Earlier on in the year, our heads turned and ears tuned in to enigmatic London pairing Modern Air when we got ahold of Industry, the smouldering lead to a propitious EP infested with gelid electronics that was imaginatively entitled Debut. For a first impression, it was appositely designated I suppose, as is this – the first we’ve heard in literal months: Resurgence. A euphoric swell of minimalist electronica beaded with syncopated glitches and overpowered by a devastating four-on-the-floor climax, it’s down as being as yet Unfinished. Vocally, it breaks off into something a little unkempt in its middle moments, though ultimately it’s another almost impeccably produced surge; an invigorating return.
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- A robust hunk of gritty, blues-infused psychedelia, put @gulpworld's Vast Space on, "open up, and let the fun begin." http://t.co/65vRRzVZ6l about 1 hour ago from web
- A disarmingly subdued affair, stream @BrodyDalle's Parties For Prostitutes: http://t.co/JIBZWuXAyS about 1 hour ago from web
- Continuing to peel away at their steamy, upcoming #HotDreams, Ontario eccentrics @Timber_Timbre draw back Curtains!? http://t.co/mw6tVuorGk about 2 hours ago from web
- A wonderfully muddy romp, stream Del Rio – the B-side to @st_vincent's #DigitalWitness http://t.co/xNbijfJ1vN about 2 hours ago from web