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Javi Bora & IAAM offer up their ‘Poseidonia’ EP this June via Decay Records, featuring remixes from Jay Tripwire, Doc Martin and Madnax.

Javi Bora and IAAM both individually and collaboratively have been racking up releases on many of the leading imprints in a contemporary house over the past few years such as Phil Weeks’ Robsoul, Hector Couto’s Roush and Steve Lawler’s ViVa amongst others.

Here though we see the duo back together for their latest EP on Decay Records, title-track ‘Poseidonia’ leads with infectious, filtered disco loops layered underneath organic drums and a funk-infused bass line. Jay Tripwire’s ‘West Coast 1993 Remix’ follows, laying focus on swirling delays, bumpy drums and intricately processed cuts of the originals disco samples before the ‘Madnax Remix’ offers a more reduced take on things via stripped-drums, modulating pads and the originals wandering bass hook.

Next, we see Javi Bora & IAAM’s ‘Sunshine’ on offer, as the name would suggest a sun-drenched house composition featuring airy synth swells, natural bass licks and an amalgamation of hooky disco cuts throughout. Doc Martin closes the package next, an apt choice on remix duties who deliver a grittier interpretation with fluttering synth, resonant leads and crunchy drums.

Release Date: June 29th, 2018

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