This new twelve from The Heels Of Love is a real corker. Coming straight off the back of their great release on Under The Shade, this bad boy comes equipped with remixes from Fabrizio Mammarella and Ajello which are both ace. It's really dancey dance, lots of well matched synths, carefully layered percussion, and it's very thoughtfully structured. A very fine record indeed!
The Heels Of Love - Quiet Please [buy]
I can find very little info about Eddie Tour which is annoying because I really dig his Bustin' Out EP released on his own label East End. This edit in particular is super groovy - it reminds me of a tranquillised version of Deputy of Love, having been dropped in tempo and urgency, allowing some sparse guitars and keys to come out and play. The original by The Destroyers is great too, of course. Very solid stuff!
Eddie Tour - Lectric Love [buy]
I've been listening to a whole bunch of young Brisbane talent Charlie Why's tunes for months now and I can offer no good reason for why I haven't shared some of them. I Am Deliciously Wired is huge. Colossal. Gargantuan. Twisted and dark and thoroughly groovy. Charlie's drum programming is truly expert; the deep tribal infusion appeals on a very instinctive, involuntary level. He'll be huge and it will be well deserved. Note: Turns out this is being released on Bang Gang 12s soon - nice one Charlie!
A friend sent me this Nicolas Jaar tune a few weeks ago and I just love it. There's something extremely intoxicating about the droopy, drowsy vocals which creates an instant addiction. I, for one, am hooked.
Nicolas Jaar - A Time For Us [buy]
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