- Record Label
- Alliance Upholstery
About this item
After a soothing summer breeze on AU001, New York's freshest imprint bring us more Balearic-boogie brilliance, this time from PPU/Omega Supreme star Sasac. Incorporating the jazzy horizontal vibes we've heard from fellow Swedes Farbror Resande Mac recently, the boogie don producer serves up an absolute belter on the A-side, providing the perfect audio accompaniment to a stroll down the shore. While swooshing pads lap our feet and those lounge-style keys get us swaying the low slung bassline and naive drum box rhythm push us onwards until we catch the faint whisper of accordion on the breeze. Next, Canada's groove manipulator, crowd rocker and general G, Eddie C takes the Swede speeding down the coastal road on the back of his trusty Red Motorbike. Clipping along at a neat house pace, the remix sees Eddie adding some glittering, almost spacey synthlines to the original, while his reappropriation of Sasac's guitar riffs sweep in from the side for a proper windswept Ray-bans vibe. Alex Irael kicks off the flip with a deep and chugging acid slouse remix, perfectly aimed at the ALFOS dancefloor. Squelching 303s and glissando sequences sit beneath palm muted guitar licks and wintery keys as a thumping beat strolls on and on. Last but not least, LA high roller Benedek, a classmate of Sasac's in the new boogie scene, drops in with a smooth, sunblushed rerub that fully steals the show. Art Of Noise pads, scratch-mix samples, synth pan pipes, celestial keys AND lead guitar histrionics? Yes please. It rarely gets better than this, so I'll let the tracks do the talking; Essential!
A1. Talking God (original)
A2. Talking God (Eddie C Remix)
B1. Talking God (Alex Israel Took Too Long Remix)
B2. Talking God (Benedek Remix)