After the trippy elegance and rolling groove of their last release, Flow Vinyl welcomes JML with ‘Seek till You Find’. Maintaining the Australasia connection, JML is from Sydney, while Fiord are from New Zealand, and musically there are similarities too with both artists producing deep, melodic progressive house full of subtle twists and turns.

http://youtu.be/8_PTO0j_qQs

Jason Milton Lowe, otherwise known as JML, is the man behind the Vibrating Balance imprint, and has also released on labels like BEEF Records and Subsonic Music and championed by Key players like Steve Bug, etc.

Seek till You Find is pure class with its low-slung funky groove and delicate strings. Jazzy keys have been laid over the top to superb effect creating an understated but captivating track. Most definitely a case of less is more.

http://youtu.be/c6oNhfKn-pU

Acclaimed Frankfurt producer Oliver Lieb takes control for the first remix taking Seek till You Find darker and techier, but still retaining its essential funk. With its added percussion, this one is destined to do some serious damage on the dancefloor.

It’s over to the Netherlands for the second remix from Nuno Dos Santos, again on the techier side, but with more of a laid-back, deeper vibe; atmospheric and spacey, but still with jazzy overtones.

Completing the release is a second original track, The Way It Should Be, a fine fusion of gentle beats and swaying synths, and a nod to the glory days of chillout grooves.

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  • Mitch Alexander
    Mitch Alexander

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    Mitch Alexander is the owner of microCastle | Beatport "One of the most influential, tastemaker labels out there and also part of our genre committee."

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