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Verskotzi

Waving

Review by Gary Hill

This three track EP is classy. It’s modern, but also retro in sound. It’s more or less restricted to dance type music, but there is a decent amount of range within that.

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Track by Track Review
Day Smoker

There is classic soul and funk built into this piece. It has a modern edge, but really feels like it could have been released in the 1970s. I’m reminded at times of Parliament just a little. It’s a classy tune for certain.

Mayday
This is a little more energized and modern. There is still a lot of funk in the mix. It’s another great groove.
Sleepless One
The sound here is the most modern and electronic of the bunch. It doesn’t lose anything from that, though. This is another accessible pop dance oriented piece.
 
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