presided by tom kerridge, girls of the internet is one of a few new projects kerridge dug into having spent over a decade running labels such as ramp, fourth wave and brainmath. providing a break from label life, girls is a new creative outlet - a full band with kerridge as producer and band leader, spawning music that pays tribute to a lifetime of collecting disco and techno records. their debut 12? came out on west norwood cassette library, and recent follow up ‘when u go landed on derrick carter & luke solomons label classic music company to sweeping acclaim. girls of the internets latest single ‘love delicious features legendary chicago vocalist peven everett. this single is pevs first venture into the studio since his standout feature on last years gorillaz album, ‘humanz. on remix duties are sully, who drops a storming, retro uk garage version that has been tearing up dancefloors across the country for months, and saine, who delivers a lush analogue house version.
girls of the internets deep-house-dub-techno-afro ballad: when u go is now being pressed up to vinyl on ramp recordings. since its release, when u go has been burning up some of the more discerning dancefloors worldwide, with club support from djs as diverse as mark farina, stacey pullen, eli escobar, oliver $, françois k, soul clap, roger sanchez, carl craig, booker t, serverino, riva star, doc martin, karizma, marco carola, tensnake & mousse t. peckhams finest pervayers of deep house, bradley zero approved duo fyi chris, turn in an exclusive dubby west coast-vibed remix of the track available only on this vinyl. the b side is a brand new track from girls of the internet - running featuring nattlie maddix, of the house gospel choir. mixing live instruments with synths and drum machines, running is a soulful yet driving disco tinged deep house track. to finish off this massive package, local actions finn delivers a genre-straddling remix of running.
they are called the girls of the internet and they are making their debut on wncl recordings. they come from the countryside and use hardware. that’s all i can tell you. written and produced by the girls of the internet.