Second 12 off the "From Night to Night" LP features the charming slow jam - Put the Love In It. A finely crafted pop pysche tune that sounds like it could have come straight off a PPU reissue rounded off with sax and woodwinds from Ben Castle. Reaching into his bag of unreleased bits, the tempo gets upped on the vocoder boogie bounce sound of "Let the Freak Come Out At Night" and Peaking Lights Aaron Coyes is on hand for remix duties to complete the 12 adding his brand of cosmic West Coast dub-kraut-groove to really space the title track out.
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I’m an underground hound so when popular labels release something I basically ignore it. BUT, I stumbled across Bicep recently and was overcome with nostalgic wave that fist got me into techno in my youth. Strong melodic hints of Orbital with house and breaks intertwined throughout. A lovely blast of the past with techniques of the present. hotnany loveloin
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I first heard of David Kitt with his album “Not Fade Away” on a plane flying 1st class on Aer Lingus flight to Dublin to go to the 2006 Ryder Cup on Dublin. In a miserable marriage and drinking with an open bar. I plugged into the plane’s sound system and listened to this album over and over until we landed in Dublin. The answers were very clear. Ever since I have been a big fan. Gordon Strole