Elliot Power is a new young producer who caught the ear of James Lavelle, who apparently reignited his Mo’ Wax label just so as to release the guy’s stuff. Murmur is a bass-loaded and bouncing club number, topped off with on-edge-sounding vocals. 12” single backed with an instrumental version.
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7/10 Andy Customer review, 8th October 2015
I'm stupidly excited about this record, even without knowing the name of the track, anything about the artist or even having heard the track I knew I'd buy it. The news that Mo Wax was back had me grinning. I was obsessive about James Lavelles's imprint back in the early 90's and never really shook it off. So I bought this, took it home and....
Well I love it because it has Mo Wax stamped on one side. I didn't think I'd be buying fresh issue stuff from this label again. It made me feel like I was 20 again which is a lovely thing. Also not a great thing because this could have been produced almost as long ago. Yes - its trip hop. Massive Attack might want a word with Elliott Power as I think he may have something belonging to them, like an out-take from the Mezzanine sessions.
There are nods to Burial here, but really this is a slightly updates take on the paranoid Bristol sound that Tricky made his own. 'Murmur' is a good record, make no mistake, if you are of an age were mention of Trip Hop makes you nostalgic rather than shudder you'll love it.
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