Couple of electronic releases on the slate, starting with this from Hot Chip’s Joe Goddard (the big guy who does all the cool production work). This is a pretty hot dance number, with an attention grabbing vocal performance and some sketchy, stuttering modulation. It’s a fab listen if you like your dance music with some slightly minimalistic elements (put aside the vocals for the moment), and with a modicum of farty brass noises to really round out that chorus. It’s a head nodder, for sure, but these things that made me sit up and take notice due to the interest they provide also mean that as a track it can fade into the background quite easily. I imagine this effect would be reduce if it was being played in a club at 100 decibels around one in the morning, which is probably the intended format anyway. There’s a bunch of swag remixes of it as well, including Soulwax, whose work I pretty much always love (and he doesn’t disappoint here). Apparently that version was on GTA V as well, so it’s probably got a bit more prominence than this. I enjoyed it, with a special mention to the spooky looping keyboard (with some sort of effect on it) that plays towards the end of the song, it took me a while to notice but now it’s my favourite bit of the track. Subtle, but effective.