Their records are well calibrated, have a marked musical balance and reflect the commitment that the founders dedicate to the scouting of artists. Their next album, the ninth so far, is called Morning Dub and is a three-track work, by the Russian duo Malkov and Andrey P., which includes a remix by the Hungarian producer BDTom, who gave his version of the title track. It's an extremely classy EP, where the fusion of genres feels very organic and natural. It is a sound path along which we do not find forced, violent turns, but well-paved straightaways and smooth, sinusoid-shaped curves. The opening track, which also gives the EP its name, is perfectly representative of these metaphors, with its smooth rhythm section, accompanied softly but firmly by a creamy bass-line and an impeccably produced harmonic section, which guides the arrangement effortlessly. BDTom, who’s a dedicated producer, remixer and vinyl collector, displays his ingrained talent for sound manipulation, producing a stunning Deep House anthem just by giving a different shape to Malkov and Andrey P.’s stems and giving his touch of originality to the whole composition. Speaking of which, I always find it very elegant not to completely overturn and disrupt the original track when on remix duties. First of all because it is much more difficult to produce a remix that is respectful and faithful to the original version, secondly, because for obvious reasons, the whole listening benefits. Mandalorian is the closing tune and more frantic one. Surely more suitable to club use and with a distinct darker sonic feature. The pulsing, acute recurring synth stabs, fused with the repetitive bass-line, are surely the leading characters of the play and chart the way to the end of the record in such an unblemished way. All in all an engaging and enjoyable, but most importantly well produced, EP by the three artists involved, which continues the hot streak of excellent works released by Aureon. Malkov and Andrey P. - Morning Dub EP is one of the next cool things to keep an eye on, in the upcoming Autumn.