NATHAN G- TEARS FROM THE GHETTO REVIEWED IN 5 MAGAZINE

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-From 5 Magazine OCTOBER, 2012

9/10

The third installment of Nathan G's Future Proof follows suit with the previous releases, three solid tracks with no filler. "Tears From The Ghetto" is the standout track. It's Deep House with little extra oomph that will definitely get the crowd's attention. It's somewhat reminiscent of Julio Bashmore's "Au Seve", which has been an anthem at festivals overseas all summer. The second cut, "History Repeated", is another Deep House cut with a gnarly acid line. It's slightly aggressive but not in a bad way, more in an energetic fashion and is accompanied by some subtle keys before the slight break with an additional piano drop in as the acid line disappears. It's a great for a transition from a harder song. "What A Beautiful Day" rounds the release off with a slow-chugging, Nu Disco-type groove with a somewhat deeper vibe to it. All in all an excellent EP enabling diversity in any DJ set.