The wind up of Phillip Lauer’s album debut “Phillips” is in the hands of NYC remix/production outfit Runaway and Versatile’s very own I:Cube. Runaway do their best to turn “Tentatious” into one of those early morning deep house dubs that you could find on the b-side on vintage designer labels of their hometown. Music for baby powdered wooden floors. I:Cube does the opposite and manufactures a bumper car boogie beat that also works as a UK rave dub. He likes to move it. On the flip, Lauer himself turns in the hidden album track “Boringtone” - his very own secret ode to the Café del Mar - and the super exclusive smashing pumpkin that is “Highdimes". 100% Overground melodies.
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