Argumento follows up its superb Franklin Da Costa/Bearweasel/Ryo Murakami release with the ‘Night Sun’ EP from Sound Diffusion man, Aleksandar Vidinovski, backed with a remix from Anton Zap.
Just six releases in a few years, Argumento is the sort of label that doesn’t rush things. Mirroring the reputation of label boss Stojche (who has made a name for himself on Dogmatik and his vinyl only Tangible Assets imprint), Argumento has slowly established itself via word of mouth, becoming a label for true house-heads.
This release from Vidinovsky displays exactly why DJs have taken to the imprint so much. The ‘Night Sun’ EP’s three original tracks are fathoms deep, ‘real’ house music joints that bring basements, closed eyes and immersive moments to mind. Think Underground Quality, Ethereal Sounds and Mule, and you’re not far off.
As it happens, Anton Zap, boss of the aforementioned dub-house fortress that is Ethereal Sound, turns in the remix and does what he does best by turning in a devastatingly beautiful version of the title track that respects and bastardises the source material in equal measure.
Another great EP from Argumento, Vidinovsky’s ‘Night Sun’ EP is released late-June 2012 on vinyl – with a digital released to follow a few weeks after.