Dusty, synth-pad drunk breaks from golden age of lofi house. Released as the 2nd installment on Lobster Theremin’s white label series in 2014, Australian hazy house producer, Daze’s Lips mixes have stood the test of time in uniqueness and ease of listening. It flows, baby. Still, my only critique of the track is wishing the vocal loop took an artful departure from the track once in a while, but even with carrying on through most of the recording the drums and synths effortlessly sandwich the track together into a tasty snack for my ears. I am partial to the ’94 Original DAT Dub version, as the drums hit at the perfect frequencies for my taste; the 07′ Skyline Mix version in the B2 slot offers a more subdued drum break loop and filtered synth, portraying an interpretation more geared toward afterhours play perhaps. I’ve enjoyed owning this record, playing it out and listening at home over the years regardless. Big wun m8!!