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In 5 Sets
The sixth release on Amadeus sees itself graced by the (now) Los Angeles natives Steve Huerta and Prince Club. This time around, a two-track EP, Can't Let Go, that delves within the multifaceted spectrums of house music.
EP opener and title track, "Can't Let Go," is a selection tormented by its indepth pad work and vocal delays. An atmospheric, yet bass heavy track with its feet dug deep into the subconscious. In contrast, EP backing, "4 Me," is quite the tease. A track built around fluffy arpeggios and simplistic percussion, yet only to be deflowered by widened bass chunks. Can't Let Go, in its entirety, is a carefully crafted release with its intentions built both for the club and a morning run.
A1. Can't Let Go
B1. 4 Me
Waze & Odyssey - “DAYUM!! GOT THIS.. ALL OVER THIS!
All City Records - “Wicked EP, Can't Let Go is a killer, cheers”
Broke One - “diggin can't let go. great track!”
Catz & Dogz - “will play Can't let go”
Poupon - “sexy music from sexy dudes”
Dirt Crew - “Very NIce track ! love the Burial'esque touch”
Viadrina - “Can't Let Go" is great! We were looking forward to this one, yeah.”
Presk - “Thanks for this! Really like the 'Can't Let Go' track, those repeating strings with the bassline moving underneath really do the job.”
Droog - “Digging Can't Let Go here, has that subtle mid 90s house vibe to it, in a nicely modern setting. Will play”
Sinden - “Love this one! A label going from strength to strength. Thanks!”
Joyce Muniz - “nice stuff , 4 me is my favourite. thx”
Leftwing & Kody - “Love the vibe on Can't Let Go. Favourite track for me is 4 Me wicked groove and awesome riff/bassline. Awesome work Amadeus!”
Original work arranged, recorded, and sampled by Max Gendron & Stephen Huerta.
Mastering by Lajos Nadhazi and Kristóf Ambrózy.
Release/catalogue number: AMA006
Release date: Oct 31, 2012