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1 review | 7 people love this record: be the 8th! Ah right, now this is more like it. Straight outta Belgium, this producer takes the flitered signature waft of Flying Lotus, producing a delightful slab of electronic loveliness. It glitters and glides, like the sun dappling on rooftops and through an open window to the stereo smiling as it plays such a lovely piece of mellow gold...And thats just track one. Number two is a nice piece of squelchy ... »

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  • RAMP058 / 12" on RAMP in ltd embossed sleeve

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NVMB by Cupp Cave
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7 people love this record. Be the 8th!
8/10 Clinton Staff review, 25 October 2013

Ah right, now this is more like it. Straight outta Belgium, this producer takes the flitered signature waft of Flying Lotus, producing a delightful slab of electronic loveliness. It glitters and glides, like the sun dappling on rooftops and through an open window to the stereo smiling as it plays such a lovely piece of mellow gold...And thats just track one.

Number two is a nice piece of squelchy DJ Sprinkles, more realised, less stark, more warm like sliding your foot into a perfectly fitting wellington boot. I’m increasingly concerned about whether I’m playing this at the correct speed, the other speed just didn’t sound right but I’m not telling you which is which in case I get found out. Labels please write 45rpm or 33rpm somewhere on the record, it really can’t be that hard.

I’m going to play Side B at the other speed just to mix it up a bit. The opening track is again a nice slice of warm house, filtering down the back lanes of Saltaire, making the neighbours emerge from their houses in nightgowns brandishing candles, the final piece once again in thrall to the elastic style of Flying Lotus, its hazy beats the perfect end to a really good five tracker from this hitherto unknown artist.


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