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Azari & III - 'Reckless (With Your Love)'

Plinky keyboard and generic soul vocal

Toronto’s Azari & III are supposedly making some of the most exciting house music around right now, but frankly, what kind of chino-wearing berk listens to house music in 2012? This track, which features a plinky keyboard sound and a generic soul vocal, is the kind of dismal bumwash Dave Pearce used to ‘rinse’ in the ’90s. Probably still does, out there in some dank radio netherworld.

Luke Lewis

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