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NDATL back with new joints from the label's creator Kai Alcé. "Sheeds Move" kicks off the twelve with super lush flute part (played by Rasheed Ali) dancing atop catchy house beats and the odd burst of bass. A gentile but engrossing slice of biotic house music that's perfect for the daytime. "Jam Tight" deploys a heftier beat structure as detuned Rhodes brings that classic Detroit house flavour. Title track, "Back In This Shit" sees Alcé conjure up a hypnotic house-garage hybrid which is certain to please even the most avid dance music aficionado. "Not" concludes with a driving deep house number with warm piano chords, shuffled beats and snappy claps. With gentle vocal infections and a jazzy mood, it again recalls the storied history of Detroit house music whilst keeping things looking to the future. Kai Alcé returns with a bang! - most recommended.
Matt says: Really feeling the title track, "Back In This Sh!t" - a shuffled and shimmering deep house bomb that's guaranteed to fill the floor.
A1. Sheeds Move
A2. Jam Tight
B1. Back In This Shit