Featuring two gloriously atmospheric cuts, the Dramadam EP kicks off with the brilliantly titled 'The Colour of Dramadam'. A deep, dubby techno cut, its not lacking in groove, with its intoxicating loopy vines sure to work a treat on any dancefloor it's allowed to let loose on. A perfect track with which to bring the night toward more peak-time territory, its many melodic flourishes are every bit as colourful as its title lets on.
The B side is no less emphatic. Characterised by a host of squelchy acid tones, it's another vibe-heavy number that keeps the listener second-guessing from the off. More hypnotic sounding than what's come before, it too is sure to prove a popular DJ tool over the coming months.
An EP that compounds Brouqade's reputation as a consistently eclectic and varied vehicle for discerning electronica, Giuliano Lomonte's presence here is very much a snug fit for both parties. All things told, this is top drawer stuff from an artist - and a labe =l for whom we've come to expect nothing less.