On Paradise, Siren's Darshan Jesrani and Dennis Kane join forces with veteran vocalist Felice Rosser, who was a key member of New York's experimental "downtown" scene throughout the 1980s. Rosser's breathy, howling vocals sit perfectly amongst Jesrani and Kane's low-slung, delay-heavy production, which sits somewhere between the post-punk dub disco of Fist of Facts, the horn-heavy strut of Konk, and the sparse, proto-house sound of Paul Simpson, Winston Jones and Boyd Jarvis. The latter influence comes to the fore on the duo's digital only Remix - think undulating synth bass, repetitive handclaps and delay-laden vocal ad-libs. For those after something altogether sleazier, Gavin Russom has provided a dark, throbbing, ten-minute basement workout that reverberates to the sound of industrial textures and muscular percussion.
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