Apologies are in order once again. I've been neglecting you all for far too long and it's time to get back in to the blogging groove.
I thought I'd start by recapping on a few things that have apparated in to my inbox in recent weeks concerning IT favourites.
French five-piece Turzi have just released their Buenos Aires / Bombay EP (which you can purchase at Rough Trade here) through Record Makers.
Featuring remixes from label-mate Sebastien Tellier and relative newcomers to the remix game Django Django adding some Pharaoh flava.
I'm starting to love DD as much for their choice of mix/remix names as I am their music. This time referencing the unquestionable TV classic staring Hulk Hogan and a speedboat named Thunder.
Turzi - Bombay (Django Django's Thunder In Paradise Remix) (YSI)
Next up is a new track from So Say So who recently supported Gaggle and the much loved Clock Opera (whom I'll soon be interviewing) at Hoxton Bar & Kitchen as well as having several live dates at Catch, The Fly and The Flowerpot in the coming months.
So Say So - Nowhere Near The Heart (YSI)
by Riaz Phillips
Kwes is also up to his usual tricks, finding time between nurturing the next generation of London's musical prodigies and cultivating his own solo material to rework Screaming Lights new single 21st Century.
The original may not be to my taste but this is fantastic.
Screaming Lights - 21st Century (Kwes./[o=o]. Rework) (YSI)
Finally, after my previous interview with the mysterious Kid Adrift, he decided that he liked the title of the post that much that he decided to name his EP after it (no joke).
L.E.D. Illusions EP will be released through Euphonios on 19th October and you can pre-order it from their online store here.