titillates your senses with T E L L
We’ve had Joor Nitth a few times on this blog but always as artist. This time he’s reviewer, or as he puts it “improvised news editor”.
“With nowadays a shortage of meaningful music (hence the pain of having to browse through hundreds of unbearable cacophonies, as already discussed here) it’s a pleasant surprise to suddenly find something capable of shaking yours truly from this long-running musical torpor.
A native of Paris and published by Banoffee Pies Records in a (highly recommended) Vinyl compilation comprised of five tracks, French producer T E L L titillates our senses with a lush downtempo reminiscent of Global Communication’s 1997 hit “The Groove”, sustained by the ever-present Rhodes piano and flavoured with a smooth pattern of bongos I’d most certainly argue being borrowed from Michael Viner’s Incredible Bongo Band repertoire.
It’s a dish for discerning palates, to be served cold after dinner, with soft lights and accompanied by a simple, white and blue cover by Ellen Pearson that will satisfy the tastes of both cartoon lovers and foot fetishists.”