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1 review »The age old debate - city versus mountains. I still can't decide - they both have their own benefits. What about a City in the mountains - is that possible? Anyway this sounds like a cross between Toro Y Moi remixing Hall and Oates and the type of thumping pulsating music that would blast out of a dingy underground Berlin Gay Club (so I've heard).  The press release mentions Paddy McaLo ... »

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  • SFT003 / 12" on Software/Mexican Summer (Joel Ford of Ford & Lopatin!!) First press Hand-numbered of 500
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City Vs Mountains / Rotating Cloud by Airbird
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8/10 Clinton Staff review, 21 October 2011

The age old debate - city versus mountains. I still can't decide - they both have their own benefits. What about a City in the mountains - is that possible? Anyway this sounds like a cross between Toro Y Moi remixing Hall and Oates and the type of thumping pulsating music that would blast out of a dingy underground Berlin Gay Club (so I've heard).  The press release mentions Paddy McaLoon and as an enormous fan of the man I just can't hear anything remotely like him in the churning beats or Darryl Hall vocal cut ups, similarly I'm finding it hard to imagine Paddy Mcallon frequenting a German hardcore gay club, his beard will get caught on all the leashes. The B side is more on a 4/4 computer funk tip with some weird synthetic squwarking noises and squeaking sax's. Its relentless. So this is the solo thing of Joel Ford, one half of Ford and Lopatin.




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