Kincaid is none other than Joe Arthur, whose dad Neil Arthur was the driving force behind 1980s synth-pop mavericks Blancmange. It makes sense, then, that Poppa Arthur would make an appearance on "Big Fat Head", his son's first single for Disco Halal. He provides a typically stylish, delay-laden spoken word vocal that slowly rises above a throbbing bed of exotic synthesizer lines, thrusting electronic bass, feverish Middle Eastern flourishes and layered percussion. The headline remix comes from Moscoman and Trikk, who re-imagine the track as a spacey and forthright chunk of leftfield electronic disco goodness. Joe Arthur handles the other remixes himself, serving up an atmospheric, slowly building Club Mix anda min-altering dub mix rich in sweaty drum hits, throbbing bass breakdowns and fluttering synth-flute flourishes.
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