Wednesday, 8 February 2012

Oli Furness - Death Of A Music Box EP

Not so well at the moment, to be honest with you… so if updates are a little patchy for the next day or two you know why! But the show must go on as best it can, so tonight let's at least take time to listen to this rather lovely four-tracker from Oli Furness on new Manchester-based label Recore Records.

The title track Death Of A Music Box itself is a piano-centric deep house groove with female spoken vocals for the first half, that then gets progressively more tripped-out as it goes on. It's cool, but the more dancefloor-oriented Pete Dafeet Remix is doing it more for me I think. Elsewhere, Product is a slightly tuffer dancefloor cut with west coast-style chopped-up hiphop and soul vox (two of 'em), while finally Can't You See What's Happening To Us is a garage-y treat for the old skool lovers.

It's between the latter and Pete's rub of Death… for me, but to be fair it's a strong EP all round.

Out: This week

About: This is number three from Recore… here's their website, Facebook and Soundcloud

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