Fort Romeau’s second outing for Running Back is another exercise in dance floor synthesis. Starting where its predecessor “Saku" left us with the green shimmer of a Fairlight, “Emulators" - you might have guessed it - greets us with the grey realism of an E-MU II. Purchased first by none other than Stevie Wonder, immortalised in Ferris Bueller’s ode to absenteeism and the original loon sampler, there is nothing this machine cannot do for you - the same goes for Fort Romeau. His disco-informed, trance-induced tracks that usually end on a high note, are elevated by ambient soundscapes that end with a bang and sugarcoat your warm-up slots, while bird-heavy bonus beats that stand up on their own or help you out in the mix. Nice like a stick of liquo-rice.
released September 15, 2017
Written & Produced By Fort Romeau
P+C 2017 Running Back