More hotness from the pretty much always brilliant DhARMA and this time it's totally free. Feyorz is Russian producer lya Bodrov and there's a clear love of hip-hop, soul, funk and r&b that comes through on this release.
The EP opens with the hypnotic looping funk of 'Need4u' featuring Gillespy. It feels like a heavy love affair with nineties r&b, a slick track full of polished guitars set against a fuzzy bass that feels like an extended take on the sort of joint J Dilla would often through away on an interlude. 'Nevaleav', featuring Boho Fau, takes a similar musical approach but lays some soulful crooning and a rap to it and this time it's actually little more than an interlude at just two-and-a-half-minutes long, but great all the same.
The title track is a lush laid-back deeply sensual with heavy funky bass patterns and a softly sung vocal lifted from the original 1973 soul track, 'Pillow Talk', by American singer Sylvia. Bodrov does a good job of updating it whilst keep a lovely dusty feel and playing up the soft-core vibes.
'Until I Luv U' drops a slightly glitchy electronic beat, a smattering of guitar and some sax that continues the oversexed atmosphere. The EP is closed with the jazzy and dreamy hip-hop of 'Wake Up, Bitch', which slots lounge piano in amongst layers of warm, dubby bass and some more soulful vocals.
This is a processor to some more hip-hop material coming soon on DhARMA - since it's free I'd thoroughly recommend you check it out.