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Public Possession favourite Anton Klint gets collaborative with Edvin Edvinssom, dropping a trio of cheeky edits on their brand spanking new Tryck & Ton imprint. The mood's hazy, lazy and loose as the duo work the controls on three horizontal dancers from right across the genre spectrum. Totally nailing the dreadlocked vibe of a languid Mediterranean morning, the Swedish producers treat us to a ridiculously groovy Italian reggae number in the form of "Sunday Morning". Built around a foundation of nimble bass and lilting drums, the cut drifts through choral vocals, funk guitars and breezy horns, all naturally wrapped in a thick cloud of dub delay. Flip the pancake and lick those lips, "She Couldn't Dance" is about to balance your palate. Sweet as sugar and sharp as lemon, this summery disco number pulls off smooth and sassy like a 70s pin-up. A limber bassline rides the pitched down disco beat while dreamy organs, crooned vocals and the occasional guitar lick soundtrack add a real touch of class. What's next? It's the return of the B2 show stealer as Balearic bopper "Æ" completely blows us away. Naive and brilliant, the combination of simple drums, a two note bassline and those jaunty keys could play on forever without losing their appeal, and as for that sultry sax - wow! Don't sleep, or this beauty will haunt your dreams.
Patrick says: Public Possession associate Anton Klint and countryman Edvin Edvinssom deliver a trio of sunkissed edits for the Balearic crew. It's this year's "Cocktails By The Pool"!