A more relevant thing to tell you might be that Loops are a pair of Dutch newcomers called Sebastiaan Smink and Acket Boris, and this is their very first ever release in the whole world ever. Esther Moose itself is a quirky 'is it house? is it downtempo/chill?' kinda thang with what appears to be a xylophone taking the lead role. It's complemented by three mixes of Hink Strap Sprong, which I THINK might be 'Hop, Step, Jump' in Dutch, but don't quote me on that. Here, that xylophone jousts with a Moog-ish sounding organ on a track that sits in that same house/leftfield hinterland as Esther Moose; remixes from Baldo and from William Kouam Djoko then take it more emphatically into house and leftfield territory, respectively.
All told, it's a bit of an oddity, this… but a very enjoyable one. More please, Dutch bods.
Out: 19 May
About: Think I've told you most of what I know about Loops. This is on Neovinyl Recordings, who appear to be based in Barcelona, Malaga and London (go figure) and who can be found on MySpace here.