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Samim

Flow

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“You might find it irritating,” warned the painfully cool shop bloke when NME asked to listen to Samim’s ‘Heater’ in a London record shop. Certainly this accordion-led club anthem is best in small doses, but only the most uptight techno nerd would deny it has a rowdy charm. Elsewhere on ‘Flow’, Samim’s minimal funk is more considered: sinuous, percussive, sexy.



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6 / 10

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