The title track says it started in Paris, but this no doubt started in Chicago. With all this disco and deep house being thrown around at the moment, a little taste of soulful Chicago-style house is a welcome addition to the endless stream of releases flooding our feeds. Black Orange Juice must’ve dug deep in the crates of yesteryear to find the inspiration for this four track EP.
From soulfully delivered melodies to rhythmic basslines, this EP delivers a refreshing dose of house music fundamentals with neo-soul infusions. If Slum Village decided to collaborate with Miguel Migs and Mark Farina, you’d probably end up with something like this.
The EP is set to be released September 23rd via True Panther Sounds.