Another brilliant single from these Swedish wunderkinds, who are on top of their game right now. Stripped-down drum breaks, hypnotic percussion, handclaps and overdubbed female vocals. What’s not to like?
Plucked from obscurity, Australian composer, Len Leise, releases three new-age experiments on International Feel. The legend goes that label head, Mark Barratt, learned of Leise’s work following a lucky charity shop find of early library material on cassette. This led to them meeting and prompted Leise to get back in the studio. The final result became this delightful selection of tunes that follow the Afro-cosmic lineage of Baldelli and Beppe Loda.
Reissue of this dark, narcotic proto-house gem from Italy in the late '80s. This KLF-sampling gem found favour from the likes of Andrew Weatherall way back then.
I expect nothing less than wonder every time from Hip Nott, and this proves no exception to their high standards — beautifully nonchalant yet also uptight rhymes from VP and sublime limber funk from The Other Guys on the mix. Must hear the album 'To You' asap. Same goes for you.