Buoyed by the success of their recent creepy tech-house cover of Pink Floyd's "Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun", Bedouin pitch up on All Day I Dream with an altogether more picturesque collection of tracks. "Sight" explores similar sonic territory to that now infamous Floyd rework - think hypnotic beats, gently pulsing chords and quietly exotic instrumental flourishes - it's the looser, more obviously positive that stand out. Choose between the chiming melodies, rolling piano riffs and shuffling beats of "Straight to the Heart", and the subtle variations of the more fluttering "The Way Home".
Bedouin are the Brooklyn based nomads Rami Abousabe and Tamer Malki. Bringing their unique spell of melodies and rhythms to Damian Lazarus' imprint, they deliver a cover version of the famous Pink Floyd classic "Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun". With diverse influences owing to their Middle Eastern heritage, Western upbringing and world travels; here Bedouin deliver some of their best productions to date. They even had the chance to play the track to Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason in person, and he's said to have really appreciated it. Second offering fittingly titled "Guacamole" is an original track conceived in Mexico and made for the dancefloor. Israeli tech house hero Guy Gerber also steps in; the Rumors boss delivering a deeply mystical dance floor remix.