Bristol producer Remotif has been creating and releasing music in form or another for nearly a decade now and those years of experience are making themselves heard in his productions in a big way. His latest cut "A Way To Get Away" (due on vinyl 30th and digital shortly after via Fate And Fiction) comes as part of the Fate And Fiction's new four-track EP sampler, alongside three other originals the label describe as "organic dusty house". Remotif's "A Way To Get Away" definitely has those big, dusty drums in place but there's a spacious quality that could almost have come from a dub producer. It's still an upbeat track, however, and versatile enough to sit well in most DJ sets. Dig in below.