Rodney Cromwell is perfectly capable of making sophisticated music. The evidence runs all through his back catalogue. But just because you can do something doesn’t mean that you should and so his latest single, “Opus Three” cuts an unadorned and less complex figure as it takes a spin across the clubland dancefloor…


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