That bit less direct, and thus languid than Fingers before it, LicktheLeaf – the latest from London-based beat maestro Vegyn – once again suggests this enigmatic talent is ready to be mailed out imminently to a far wider audience. For having waited in the shadows a while already, this most recent piece exhibits a real dexterity when it comes to subtle glitch and hydrous drop, as lingering in an aqueous background, a mellow melody drifts into the middle distance. Vegyn trends in a type of nuanced ingenuity that yearns for your time and unswerving dedication, but application (and, in some instances, persistence) pays dividends that, signed, sealed and now delivered, you’d be unwise to return to sender.
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