Thursday, 9 February 2012

mates 4

Where were we then? Oh yeah, probably about time you received an update from our nearest and dearest.

If you've been looking for something to replace Rusko's overplayed 'Cockney Thug', listen no further than SES's very own Fault & Touch and their chirpy, wobbly, clicky and somewhat sassy bassline track 'Scum' (sampling the eponymous film starring Ray 'bet freesixfive!' Winstone).

Perhaps in reference to the fact that his bloody job will not allow him to stop digging bloody holes and bloody come home to see his bloody mates, Monkers is currently in the process of mastering what he's described as "some depressing 130bpm garagey style shit".

And for those still fishing in the 80's electro-synth-pop (or whatever you want to call it) harbour - we have a shiny, gold-plated award winning remix from our friends on the rocks, who recently pulled apart, re-assembled and re-energised Charlie XCX's racey 'End of the World'.


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