The return of a classic Shed alias.
The A-side's melancholic keys and bittersweet pads resemble Pawlowitz classics, like the epic B-side on 20002 and the wistful chords on 50005. It's hard to go wrong with this palate, but it doesn't reach the out-of-body catharsis or meditative subtlety we've heard before. The B-side is trippier and brighter, with chord stabs and dry 727 conga hits that recall last year's Wax record, a cute touch. Both sides feel slower at the slightly reduced tempo of 126 BPM, and neither rolls out the signature Wax sub-bass hits that give dancers something extra to sink into. These tracks are safe options for fans of Pawlowitz's past work, but they don't add much to the canon.