Shanty, the title track, is a thing of beauty. Reminiscent of producers like Four Tet or Gold Panda, it pushes the boundaries of the genre with a deep melancholy.
The remix is Shanty turned up to 11. It has all the depth and meaning of the original, but this time it’s rebuilt for the dancefloor. Harder than the original, but just as gentle, it’s the thinking DJs weapon.
Sunday Ones is just that, it’s a relaxed halfstepper made for those tender little moments. Patient and deep in equal measure, it’s the true definition of a healing sound.
Raindance is Sunday Ones without the calm temprament. Another half step track, Raindance is a brooding, aggressive track that evolves throughout, getting weightier each time.