(15/25) Back in stock! "Paradise" features the dubbed out vocals of 21 year old Louis Howard Jones and New Orleans native Dayna Talley over a distinct synth drum arrangement that rallies both heads and feet to the dancefloor. The duo work a killer boogie bassline and steady beat into a killer arrangement that'll get the place simmering in an instant. Flip the record for two tracks that feature "International Smark"'s Swedish / Finnish vocalist Tigerlight. First the deeply funky and minimal "Mice Life" channels Metro Area aping Patrick Adams over some strident drums and staccato guitar. Atmospheric and subtle, this little beauty breathes the night air of NYC diners. Closing cut "Subconscient Lamentation", a lush and exotic cover version of the 1970's Black Devil Disco Club album finale, takes us out on a deeper, slower and altogether hazier vibe, as the spacious and vibrant synth work over a strutting bass line and bluesy trumpet serve as a bedrock for Tigerlight's haunting whispered vocal.
- A1 Paradise
- B1 Mice Life
- B2 Subcoiscient Lamentation Feat Tigerlight