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NYC leftfield disco darlings Phenomenal Handclap Band made their first appearance on Razor-N-Tape by way of a collaboration with JKriv in 2022, and now they return for an offering all their own with the 'Burning Bridges' EP. The title track juxtaposes riffy guitar driven funk with plaintive vocals that smack of 1970's Heart in the best way, and Prins Thomas turns the tempo knob up a few clicks and launches into an extended interstellar excursion with his remix. On the B-side the cinematic slow burner 'It Was The Summer' begins sparse and hazy and builds to a driving peak of backbeat rhythm and an insistent vocal soliloquy. Each Other (Justin Strauss & Max Pask) then take the tune straight the rave with arpeggiated and acidic synths, recasting the haunting vocals as a modern New Wave anthem.
NYC leftfield disco darlings Phenomenal Handclap Band made their first appearance on Razor-N-Tape by way of a collaboration with JKriv in 2022, and now they return for an offering all their own with the 'Burning Bridges' EP. The title track juxtaposes riffy guitar driven funk with plaintive vocals that smack of 1970's Heart in the best way, and Prins Thomas turns the tempo knob up a few clicks and launches into an extended interstellar excursion with his remix. On the B-side the cinematic slow burner 'It Was The Summer' begins sparse and hazy and builds to a driving peak of backbeat rhythm and an insistent vocal soliloquy. Each Other (Justin Strauss & Max Pask) then take the tune straight the rave with arpeggiated and acidic synths, recasting the haunting vocals as a modern New Wave anthem.
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NYC leftfield disco darlings Phenomenal Handclap Band made their first appearance on Razor-N-Tape by way of a collaboration with JKriv in 2022, and now they return for an offering all their own with the 'Burning Bridges' EP. The title track juxtaposes riffy guitar driven funk with plaintive vocals that smack of 1970's Heart in the best way, and Prins Thomas turns the tempo knob up a few clicks and launches into an extended interstellar excursion with his remix. On the B-side the cinematic slow burner 'It Was The Summer' begins sparse and hazy and builds to a driving peak of backbeat rhythm and an insistent vocal soliloquy. Each Other (Justin Strauss & Max Pask) then take the tune straight the rave with arpeggiated and acidic synths, recasting the haunting vocals as a modern New Wave anthem.
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