Sonny Fodera's Solotoko imprint has just got stronger for a serious banger of a release as tech house hotshot Kideko teamed up with south coast duo Catchment for a net EP "Talkin'." The EP is released on August 10th.

The new EP is already treating to become a real underground house classic, as it has everything it takes to become one. From quirky vocal samples, throbbing basslines and sharp, punchy percussion, the EP showcases all the technical ability of the Kideko & Catchment, as well as subtle details they incorporate in every track.

This cutting-edge release is just another confirmation of their skill, and the collaboration will surely give them even more attention, becoming a staple in both, Kideko and Catchment's careers. Well deserved.

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