Edinburgh's Eyes of Others proudly describe their style as "post-pub, couldn't get in the club music". On their 2015 debut EP, Base Thrill, that meant a Balearic-minded fusion of atmospheric, lo-fi rock and swirling, late night dream pop. This time round, they've pushed the synthesizers to the fore, delivering a range of quirky, off-kilter blends of chugging, psychedelic disco, and new wave inspired synthesizer darkness. While there's something sweet and baggy about hazy vocal cut "Live Online", it's floor-friendly opener "The Inheritors Ha Fa Ka" that stands out. Solid Sound System successfully takes that track deeper into weird house territory, while Lithuanian duo Roe Deers twists "Never Complain" into wonky new tech-house shapes.
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