We’d like to welcome a very good friend of ours to the family, London-based Deep House maestro Pete Dafeet. Pete and Giom go way back, having worked together on many releases on Pete’s own Lost My Dog imprit. Mr Dafeet is finally back on the scene with his first EP since last year’s critically acclaimed The Root, The Soul LP which went on to score a 4/5 review on DMC World Magazine as well being supported by some of the greatest players in the game such as Laurent Garnier, AtJazz, Steve Bug, Charles Webster and many more.
Introducing the Afterlife EP. The opening track, Polar Bear, perfectly showcases Pete’s own brand of techy future soul, layered with M1 hits and shuffle-y 909s all over. Next up, Jungle Fever, is a percussion-heavy banger that has been working wonders in Giom’s sets lately, perfect for those intense mid-sets moments. Last but not least, Fear, nicely rounds off the EP with its moody atmosphere, catchy female vocal hits and bouncy drums. On the remix tip, we're very excited to bring you another Lost My Dog regular, the one and only Harry Wolfman. We have been really loving Harry's recent work on labels such as Dirt Crew and House Of Disco and are happy to get his signature sound on the label. Beautifully crafted intro, crunchy, raw production and a great arrangement makes his mix the perfect addition to this EP.