Get Physical turn to Spanish artist Squire for a pair of tracks that show the fast-rising star could be one of the breakouts of 2020.
Squire was brought up on jazz before getting into house sounds, and always keeps his grooves deep and emotive. With one eye on history but one foot heading forwards he has released on this label as well as Kindisch, Behrouz’ Do Not Sit On The Furniture and My Favorite Robot Records amongst many more. This has taken him to clubs around Europe and even Burning Man, Space Ibiza and BPM Festival.
Tasteful house opener ‘Inner World’ is a sublime seven-minute opus with cinematic drama in the synths and effects that light up the drums. They are firmly rooted to the floor and get you in the zone and keep you there for the duration as a storytelling lead plots its own adventurous path with a hint of Middle Eastern melancholy.
The excellent ‘Indicus’ is a spine-tingling deep house track with more majestic synths and chords up top; chords brightly coloured and laden with a rollercoaster of emotions that make this a hugely accomplished production that is again finished with some subtle Middle Eastern sounding vocal chanting.