The latest offering from the brilliantly named "Tomorrow Is Now, Kid" come courtesy of "Times Are Ruff" an artist (artists? brand?) that has been doing a great job of staying low key while at the same time causing quite a stir on the vinyl scene. A new name to the label doesn't mean a new direction for the label, TINK is sticking to what they do best; delivering 4 house cuts that could quite easily be taken for vintage classics that would go for a fortune on discogs. The first two tracks bring a sumptuous fusion of heavy hats and afro funk. All that grooved out percussion, combined with the reverberated and heavily panned wah wah guitar loops means they will have the dance floor under such a collective state of hypnosis that we would not be surprised if Darren Brown was looking to pick up a copy. The "B side" steps away from the live instrumentation a touch while maintaining the old school smiles on faces house music.
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