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09 May 11
Played by: Adam B (Homegrown Music/Palooza), The Revenge, Billy Bogus, Chris Coco, Dirt Crew, Juno Recommends Disco, Juno Recommends Deep House, Cosmonauts, Dionigi, The Unity Agency, The Main Stem
Review: Is It Balearic chiefs Coyote scored something of an underground hit with their last house-flavoured single, "Moving", for International Feel. Here they look to repeat the trick - this time for Needwant - by once again teaming up with Sheffield chanteuse Nesreen Shah for an atmospheric, White Isle-flavoured houser. In its original form, "Always" offers a snaking mix of hypnotic, delay-laden vocals, twinkling pianos and atmospheric pads, all underpinned by a distinctly bumpin' bassline. Neville Watson remixes, offering vocal and dub versions that seemingly bristle with retro deep house charm. The more straightforward Balearic disco outing "Corona" - an excuse for more big piano builds - completes a solid package.
05 Apr 13
Played by: Juno Recommends Downtempo
15 Dec 09
28 Jun 10
Review: Timm Sure and Ampo are producers on the rise. Under their Coyote alias, the Nottingham duo have been responsible for some particularly slinky nu-Balearic moments over the past 12 months. Aside from remixes for Smith & Mudd and Max Essa, they've released six EPs and an album, Harlyn Bay, on their cheekily titled Is It Balearic? Recordings imprint. This new EP for Uruguay's fast rising International Feel label - home to Rocha, Harvey and others - is a departure of sorts. While the gorgeous flipside remix of International Peoples Gang's "Second" is pure sunset Balearica - think Jose Padilla's classic Cafe Del Mar compilations given a noughties reboot - lead track "Moving" is far more stripped down and dancefloor-centric than any of their previous offerings. It could have easily wandered into pastiche territory, but it doesn't - thanks largely to the deft production and the loving way it's been realized..