Their two-track 12” CANUFEELTHESUNONYRBACK dropped last month, and as expected from these two stellar talents it offered something fresh, modern and utterly captivating.
The duo also shared a short story to accompany the release:
“There was an aging writer called Mortise Koshimitsu who lived in a small apartment. The apartment was beset with problems. It was damp, the wiring was frail and in the summer the leaking pipes added a must and swelling to the wood in the windows that effectively countered the joys of the heat. Koshimitsu’s life had been lived chiseling away at circumstance, and circumstances had not proved easy. There was however, one small reliable rush to be had, and it lay through a gloomy doorway, down some stairs and past a register”
Opening with ‘Chiselers Rush‘ a slow-moving number, that kicks off as techno track before veering into a more meditative space with a delicate bleeping melodies layered with warm percussion. Moving on they get knee-deep in the hard-ass yet subdued bass swing of ‘Majenta’, armed with a shuffling beat and awash with percussive groove this one is aimed squarely at the dancefloor.
CANUFEELTHESUNONYRBACK follows Parris Puro Rosaceaes 12″ on Idle Hands and Call Super’s debut on Peach Discs with All We Have Is Speed / All We Have Is Glue.
Here’s hoping we get an album’s worth of material from these guys soon!
1. Chiselers Rush