The man whose name has become synonymous with modern house excellence drops two odes to plants on his own Wild Oats imprint. Don’t be fooled - he’s not ditched the drum tracks for new-age spiritualism. Both of the cuts on Eutrophia Sevan still fall within the orbit of his previous work, though ‘D.S.P. (Dear Sweet Potato)’ is one of the more curious things he has made. Slowing things down to hip-hop tempo, there is a wide-eyed feel to the bright synths and friendly melodies that suggests Hall really is trying to represent unity with nature in sound. A-side ‘Teacher Plant’ is more familiar territory, with Hall combining Detroit chords and textures over a click-clack shuffle.