Bamboleo bosses Neverdogs make their long-awaited return to the label this March with What Are You Doing To Me. A blossoming label and events series, with stand-out dates across Europe and beyond, Italian duo Neverdogs Bamboleo project is quickly becoming a favourite for many within the world of house, with the past twelve months welcoming material from rising names including Roberto Surace, Ray Mono, GruuvElements and Calvin Clarke to name just a few. As the label now ventures into its second year, March sees the return of the label bosses themselves following their acclaimed debut album Details on the imprint last summer and further recent material via the likes of Moan, Decay and more as they deliver four fresh original cuts in the form of their latest EP, What Are You Doing To Me. Title cut What Are You Doing To Me opens the EP with authority, combining infectious vocals and rolling drums with a snaking core bassline, before Acid Summer takes cues from its title as the duo work a menacing, evolving lead acid line throughout. On the flip, the bubbling Two Thousand Twenty fuses skipping hats with further trademark Neverdogs percussion arrangements and vocal work, whilst Swing Dreams closes proceedings in style with a slick pairing of organic drum licks, hefty kicks and rich chordsshaping up an impressive return from the Italian duo.

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A1 – What Are You Doing To Me, A2 – Acid Summer, B1 – Two Thousand & Twenty, B2 – Swing Dreams