Cazzette releases Eject Part II, but you still can’t buy it
Just a month after we took a look at part I, Cazzette has launched part II of their debut album, Eject. The second installment strays away from their signature dub-house sound and finds a more upbeat tone with two out of three tracks containing vocals. Things start off with “Weapon,” which is carried by female vocals that blend with a light progressive beat to set the tone for the other tracks. “Endorphine” contains electro elements but its airy beat makes this the most uplifting track on the EP. “Surrender” is a male vocal track with an electro build, that rises and falls into a pulsating bassline, though we wish it hit a bit harder. Since Cazzette has partnered with Spotify, you can’t purchase the tracks – only streaming is available. Overall, Part II doesn’t leave us begging for more, it just makes us wonder why Spotify was the distribution method of choice.
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