fantastic twins, the solo artist formerly known as the twins, has always carried an air of transmutability - not only in a name creating its own hall of mirrors, but also in a constantly fluctuating sound, from the first spoken word interludes recorded as the truly fantastic dessagne twins from saint-etienne (for the pachanga boys’ infamous “we are really sorry” album) to myth-building solo releases on hippie dance and optimo music, as well as style- bending remixes for la mverte vs capablanca, moscoman and – most recently – fellow hippie dancer rebolledo.
spoon’s first minimal aesthetic two tracker with different moods. only vinyl.
“kindness” (a-side) takes you directly to an afrobeat-trip of 9 minutes driven by some interesting drums, definitely a peak time track that will deliver the afro-american vibe into the crowd. “looo” (b-side) is the early morning tune / stripped-back track with a pitched voice and rising production.
uk talent josh butler has made a rapid ascension since he burst onto the scene in 2013, winning coveted awards from beatport and dj mag. he now brings his production prowess to hot creations, delivering a club ready two-parter for his debut ep on the label. title track anonymous is made for low ceiling, sweaty basements with its deep, growling bass and select vocal cuts. doesn’t work swiftly follows suit, delivering another dose of rolling, after-hours goodness. a mainstay in the industry, having released on labels such as cuttin headz, relief and desolat, andrea oliva steps up for the remix of anonymous with an acidic bassline and lively breakdown that diffuses into a carnival of synths. since emerging on the scene back in 2013 with his debut got a feeling on mta records, josh butler has firmly established himself as a musical force to be reckoned with. releases followed on coveted labels such as kaoz theory, rejected and cajual. in 2016, butler also launched his own highly regarded imprint, origins