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UNDERHER and Midnight Workouts come together for a superbly emotive new EP on Kindischthat also features a remix from Fulltone.
UNDERHER was formed by Khaled Bess in 2017 after many year on the techno scene as ‘Kalden Bess’. Originally from Tunisian he has become a leading light from his hometown of Montreal and has
remixed and worked with artists such as Moby, Booka Shade, U2, Maya Jane Coles and many others. His sound mixes the emotive and melancholic in perfect fusion and has seen productions extend beyond the dancefloor, with his music featuring regularly on leading TV and film. Meanwhile, Jay Saccone and London singer-songwriter Georgie O joined forces in late 2015 to create Midnight Workouts. Fans of their emotive deep house grooves and cinematic tones include Claptone and Audiofly. Just before the pandemic hit, they put out a fine LP on German Brigante’s label Manitox, and now continue their good form.
Superbly atmospheric opener ‘The Cure’ is a dubbed out and cavernous house roller. All that open space allows the angelic, sensuous vocals and pensive pads to really sink in as the rubbery drums roll on and pull you in further. ‘Up To You’ is another carefully crafted track with tender vocals that make an indelible mark. They ring out over the deep but icy beats as yawning pads convey further emotional pain.
Remixing is Egyptian artist Fulltone, whose diverse beats, sounds and melodies all come together into something organic and innovative. He has worked with All Day I Dream, Akbar and L’Enfant Terrible
and goes super late-night here. His spine-tingling pad and vocal whispers are delicately layered into a soft, emotive house groove that makes for a majestic listen.
As always with Kindisch, this is a high-class EP that works on a deeper emotional plane.