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Dutch producer Bas Bron aka Fatima Yamaha expands on the success of his coveted Dekmantle EPs and drops his debut full length of highly infectious, electro-funk anthems with Imaginary Lines. Despite it’s unabashed, electronic execution, Imaginary Lines isn’t without emotion and soul; leading off with the dramatic curtain raiser ‘Shuppatsu’, then segueing the melody into the muffled stomp of ‘Borderless II’. Next, Bron turns on the heat with the catchy ‘floor friendly strut of ‘Love Invaders’, all dampened acid lines, crystalline synth drops and skipping drums, whereas lullaby notes and deep, considered bass nudges on ‘Migratory Floozy’ drifts us away into floating realms. Vocalist Sophie Winterson joins in on the affected, pop leaning ‘Citizen’, which turns up the emotion for an imposing, string-laden jaunt, whilst the catchy synth assortment on ‘Sooty Shearwood, King Of Migration’ is a big tip for fans of Harvey Sutherland or Ed DMX’s Fresh Up outings.