Hubie Davison returns to Leisure System with the Khayyam Grey EP, marking both his and Leisure System's funkiest output to date. Following on his 2013 debut of pastoral electronics and muffled house, Khayyam Grey highlights Davison's vivid production skills, drawing from a deep well of influences varying from Werkdiscs and Sound Signature to Bill Withers and Otis Redding. The title-track takes cues from Daphni's stand-up-and-shout, sample-heavy house, while "Get On" is a comparatively restrained yet incredibly funky mid-tempo number. "Vowels" appears here in extended and altered form, breaking down vocals on a syllabic level from smooth to percussive.
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