Unfortunately, there's hardly anything to say about Here With Me. Instead, it's "merely" four more solid tracks to be added to the producer's sterling oeuvre. "Three Blind Rats" opens things up in melancholic mode, a plaintive melody setting things up for increasingly twitchy hi-hats, while "Stop Running Around" sees Omar doing little more than testing out the sub bass capabilities of your speaker stack.
On the flip, "Sign and Drive" is a beautiful but unsettling track, only perhaps making sense once the bassline to the title track emerges out of the darkness. And just as quickly Diviniti arrives, singing about how you should be "here with me." The backing is silky smooth throughout aside from little flashes of analogue blurt, with Diviniti's invitation sounding like a welcome one throughout. No attitude, no Willalobos, no off-key singing: Here With Me is just quality house and techno from a producer that shows no signs of stopping his remarkable run of form.