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Malaga’s Cuartero is next up on Constant Black, bringing a finely honed minimal house sound that fits into the label’s shadowy club aesthetic perfectly. “Rame” is a driving, insistent slice of stripped down house with plenty of subtle wriggles and textures gurgling away under the surface. “Melkor” has some tougher drums, not least around the low end, but the same economy of sonics is applied here where the beat takes the lead and the FX skirt and skitter around the beat. “Caterpillar” has a tougher, less swung accent to its beats, but the chunky drum machine patterns are still executed with that stern focus that makes a minimal track pop off in the mix.

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