Review: Symmetry – Night Rhythms 2 EP

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signee Symmetry’s first EP Night Rhythms 1 made its way into quite a few respected DJ bags around the end of 2013, and this week the young London based producer follows up with the sequentially named EP Night Rhythms 2.

Opening track Night rhythm is a libidinous amalgamation of bleepy Electro, House and Techno with vicious acid bass and synth stabs punching their way to the front of the mix.

The old-school sounding second track Body, mind and soul offers a nice contrast between a naïve piano house riff and an analog techno beat. Echoing into the depth, the body mind and soul vocal sample gives the listener ample space to lose himself before being drawn back into the track by the mechanical drum and bass combo.

Like its predecessor, Night Rhythms 2 is dark and dirty club music, made for coming back to your senses before plunging back down for another couple of hours of palpitating dance-floor stomping.

With early support from Erol Alkan, Fake Blood and Style of Eye, head over to Beatport to get your hands on the tracks.