Paranoid London return with some fine fine acid house. Sticking faithfully to their own Paranoid London Records for the release, Eating Glue features Mulato Pintado (who you might know from his release this year on Les Disques De La Mort) intoning vocals about, er, Eating Glue. Plus an instrumental version and a fresh track on the B-side.
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I don’t know much about acid house and our resident Techno/House maestro Ant probably roars at his keyboard with every 12” I attempt to inform you about. But here goes, this one might work, as a couple of Paranoid London things have whooshed past in the last year, including their debut album and another 12” so they’re really pushing their squelchy bass sound out there.
Multao Pintado joins them once more to utter nonchalant ramblings over the ‘London’s slinky, steady acidic grooves. This time he’s talking about his love for glue and going east and girls and stuff, it’s half nonsense but when you’re dancing you probably wouldn’t want a lecture too. My brain pushes them to the backdrop anyway and focuses on the sweet, sweet beat. OH SHIT there’s the instrumental version on the flip! Well there you go. ‘CV Bleed’ follows at B2, and it’s got this kinda funky broken beat combined with a freaky synth arp - this is gold, the beat elements shuffling around nicely, Luke Vibert would be proud of this one.
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