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The Daydream label was established in France in 2017 and has since provided us with numerous forceful groovy cuts. It seeks to offer its listeners a sophisticated and efficient vision of house music that even a rookie of the genre could appreciate. All things considered, it delivers once more with its latest. 

The label’s tenth release comes via Berlin producer Sota, who returns to the imprint following a string of appearances on label VAs. He provides four carefully crafted tracks, each one with the right blend of trippy and uptempo, alongside raw sounds, infectious grooves, bass driven melodies and deep, warm pads. At its essence, this record perfect encapsulates all that Daydream is about, embedded on one single piece of wax. 

What’s apparent throughout here is the sheer emotion that Sota conveys on the record. Feelings that remind us of better times – and good times to come. And that’s what this EP is all about: good music, happy feelings and moving bodies.

Sota’s Isomotion is out now via Daydream/ Buy/listen to the release here and check in with Daydream on Bandcamp here.

Tracklisting:

A1) Jayvee

A2) Vice Versa

B1) Ely Junction

B2) Kim’S Chi 

Words: Bisz

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