The Neovinyl boys ready the 84th record in their catalog with another artist EP from Carlo, one of the label co-founders. He’s been on the rise lately, releasing fantastic projects and singles via SUOL, Laggafe Tales, Organic Downbeat, and most recently, Beste Modus.
Carlo's turned up the energy on this EP, and the three soulful house cuts are a welcome change of pace from his other, more relaxed projects. Once again, impeccable sampling and drum programming shine through on each track, and fans of Carlo’s music will be pleased to hear his signature Berlin influenced sound on each of the EP’s tracks.
Happiness pervades the entirety of “Little Talks,” and it’s obvious that newfound fatherhood looks good on Carlo. Track one sees him working again with collaborator Nikoss, who’s piano work sits perfectly within a jackin’ tune full of funk bass, deep pads, and swirling strings. Carlo finds the perfect loop on track two, filtering it in and out to highlight a soulful vocal that rips over dusty, organic percussion. The project’s closer is a transportive affair through vintage jazz sounds. It’s a deeper, quirkier affair that seems to be perfect closing track for another standout effort from, Carlo.