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Les Diaboliques is a Scottish producer (or as mum knows him, Stuart Evans). Pizzico cite the sense of detachment in his out-there productions as the reason why they love his music so much and who can blame them? The John Coltrane & A Kick In The Eye EP presents four ever-deeper cuts of sublime, groove based leftfield disco jams. Highlights of which include the DFA-esque punk funk of the title track, the spaced out nu-disco odyssey "Jupiter & Beyond" and best of all, the gothy Balearic trip, "Some Far Away Beach".
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Comprised of two brothers who worked on their music in relative solitude, Woo is one of those cult offerings in the unclassifiable junction between all kinds of music that Emotional Rescue thrives on reissuing. There is a very sweet natured soul murmuring away at the core of this remastered LP, but never does it feel saccharine (thanks no doubt to the resoundingly lo-fi nature of the production). With its dreamlike repetitive mantras and more fleeting, fluttering elements, there is something quite beguiling and meditative about the sound of Woo, whether in their more tangible acoustic guitar moments or their most light and airy synth jams, but what comes through the most is the overwhelming romance of the music.