- Swirling house destined for anthem status.
- I gotta hand it to Fort Romeau—not many people can pump out floor-fillers with as much consistency and variety. This year alone has seen starry-eyed prog on Permanent Vacation, psychedelic techno on Correspondant and a split release with Simian Mobile Disco's Jas Shaw. His latest EP takes him to Live At Robert Johnson, where he mixes old-school house with one of the biggest melodies in a discography built around big melodies. At nine minutes long, you can tell "Dweller On The Threshold" is meant to be an anthem. It has the the perfect centre to sink into, piling on the arpeggios until it's a swirl of molten synth. The secret is in contrast: simple drums prop up the supernova melody above them, making it hit harder in all the right places.
A Dweller On The Threshold
B Kontra Punkte