Absolutely shameless synth stabbing going on here. Big Norske buds Lindstrom and The Todd (unfortunately not the Scrubs one) return to their 2013 release Lanzarote and, with renewed love and enthusiasm, birth a few new wax discs for your bulging shelves. It's a cavalcade of synth layers and crisply produced beats that'll probably render your eyes dilated upon first listen.
12" £8.99 OLS002
12" on Olsen inc. diskJokke Remix.
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8/10 Andrew Customer review, 21st March 2015
The anticipation building, hanging round in the queues to check in at Luton airport, groups of lads eyeing up groups of girls. Families shifting uncomfortably, hoping that they aren't going to be in the same hotel as that group of le shark polo clad lads who have been drinking since 5am. Lone teen boys trying to look noncholant and cool, like solo travellers of the world hoping that the girl over there will notice and wonder 'Who is that mysterious dude?' Until their mum shouts 'Barry, your supposed to be keeping an eye on your little brother' and they are dragged back into the family fold.
It's the lottery of the hotel allocation on arrival. Late night coaches weaving their way around islands in the Med, the Canaries and beyond. Passing good, bad ugly, swimming pools illuminated a strange and foriegn blue. Good looking grouos of girls getting off, your hotel always the last stop. 3am arrival. 8am arrivak meeting with Sandra your rep. Hit the beach, burn your shoulders, find the pleasure strip. Drink blue drinks, realise that even in a foreign, sunny location you are still Gary from a Midlands market town. But for a few days things can be different, things can be better. Excitement builds, most people are smiling, people - even you - look better in that amber glow of sunset.
I want to go to Lanzarote, I want to go to Ibiza. All the emotion of an '80s package holiday to in a single track. Disco, nostalgic punch - good times in every groove. Buy it.
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