For the Garage heads, this is sure to be something that is a mesmerizing listening experiencing innit fam!? Once you hear the lush pads and the pitched vocals the track immediately pulls you into it's aura.
The influences of Burial and Four Tet shine through clearly thanks to the overall vibe and Dejector's dainty production techniques that are quite reminiscent of the electronica legends. Rhythmically the track has an enchanting bounce beautifully complimented by the beefy bass presence and brought to life by the subtle shakers too. All in all "If It Gets Too Much" by Dejector sits as comfortably on the dance floor as it does in moments of quiet introspection.