Previously heard composing jingles for Microsoft CD-Roms, soundtracks for fashion shows and remixing Django Django/Self Esteems’ ‘Surface To Air’, Body In The Thames delivers his first album for the label he helped inspire into creation. ‘Public Domain 3D Terrain’ coaxes an insistent groove from vintage synths dancing between acid-inflected bass, ambient surges and cosmic melodies. ‘Some People Just Never Know When To Leave’ is a jittery slice of robotic funk that traverses the soulful end of acid house dancefloors
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