There really isn’t much I’d rather get down to than bass-heavy, soul sampling brand of house music being pumped out by the likes of Bicep, T. Williams and Julio Bashmore. The sound nods to the 90’s, but is far more dynamic and less reliant on simple drum programming. It’s no coincidence that both Bashmore and Williams have released tunes on PMR Records (see also: Disclosure, Jessie Ware) as the label has championed the looking forward, reaching back sound. “Dreaming” is Williams’ latest cut and will be released on both PMR and Rinse. The track is full of the oxidized bass that sounds at once dark/muddled and airy/enthusiastic. The yearning vocals are pretty standard fare, but contribute to the peak-time nature of the track. “Dreaming” is out via Rinse on November 12 and PMR on the 19th.