As is increasingly the case these days: Lovingly pressed on 180g vinyl, hand stamped and labelled on a limited run. Make of that what you will. However, one things for absolute certain. The music is first-rate here. Trinidadiandeep delivers the kind of reaching for the starts rush of emotion on the aptly titled Touch It for starters. Percussion fuelled, beautifully eloquent music that may feel old-school in a sense via its emotive pads and keys yet transmits rich, joyous momentum none-the-less. Love Song, continues the theme with a heavier vibe in place next leaving room for sprinkles of piano and a further life-affirming melody. Will Lister then opens his half with the notable Changes In Light amid its shinny array of handclapping, punchy organ and horn hits plus cool, shuffling movements. The more awkward rhythms of Something Else follow illuminated by piano and fuzzy synthesized lines producing a compelling, futuristic listen.
Release: May 1