A Night In Nassau, begins with a beat much like almost every other Dance record but then quickly reveals just what an intriguing production this is. It’s one party Jazzy, one part Electro, two parts House and so on it goes by combining summertime piano with funky guitar licks until the equation beaks down into abrasive analogue distortion, then back again into the sunshine. Two further versions rework the idea with ‘A Late Night Dub’ supplying heavy drums and bass alongside darker vocal treatments, while the actual ‘Dub’ re-imagines the Originals elements. Next on the EP ‘Such A Dreamer’ again plays with your senses with melodic instrumentation pitched against taught, invigorating, electronic rhythms. Either way, this is another killer release from Culprit.
Reviewed by Greg Fenton
5 out of 5