The Swing Bot - a masked French producer who made his name with re-edits of Glenn Miller and Edith Piaf, took the leap into original productions in 2018 and has been a stalwart of the electroswing scene ever since - impresses greatly with this debut full-length for Brighton's Freshly Squeezed. Opener 'Waves Of 84', for instance, carries echoes of early DJ Sneak in its dusty trumpet snatches, while the quirky, jazzy leftfield pop of 'Flowers' would, in any sane world, be heading straight for the Top 40. Sure, there are plenty of standard issue oompah-loompah beats and looped-up horns (see 'Dizzy Street' or 'The Tailor') but by casting his net just a little wider,The Swing Bot marks himself out as a talent to keep an eye on.
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