Modified Man, the South London pair, delivers a tasty, gorgeous, analogue six-tracker to Albert’s Favourites imprint. Ransom Note describes the release as follows: “The beats are as broken as they are soulful, but the whole thing is underpinned by this serene sort of energy”. Indeed. These compositions are a kind of a broken chip tune jazz-funk odyssey.
“Sergio Arpeggio” is the most laid back tune on the mini-album. It’s atmospheric, spacious and full of jazz influences in equal measures. It sounds as some kind of dream of summer.