Though Moving Vision Is The Fourth Ep The Japanese Producer-and-dj Has Released On Yore, It Arrives More Than Four Years After The Appearance Of Tokyo Connection And Five After City Soul And Butterfly - Even More His Return To Yore Keeps Bursting With Fresh Energy.
A powerful, seven-minute argument on behalf of Kez YM’s sound, “Extended Sunset” bolts from the gate with a steamy house pulse that oozes soul and splendour in equal measure, and luscious synth chords and funky bass lines add significantly to the music’s allure. Much as he’s done in the past, Yamaguchi threads crowd noises into “Moon Light Leaves,” a move that bolsters its party spirit and “live” club feel. In a cut that’s even more resplendent than “Extended Sunset,” the producer works vocal accents and acid-techno boogie into the tune’s charging house pulse. Unbelievably, the roaring throb of the third Track “Weekend,” which pushes the EP’s hard-charging vibe to an even higher level. Rounding out the twenty-five-minute release the 4th Track, “Fixer” that’s no less steamy as the track turns out as a pure feverish dancefloor monster powered by South American rhythms, percussion, and horns. Kez YM easily proves that he hasn’t lost his touch. [txt from ]