When I lived South of the River (Thames) We’d often go to Oxleas woods which are one of the last vestiges of ancient deciduous woodland near London. Here’s an artist called Oxlea. I know not from where s/he comes but here’s a lovely downtempo house number, with the slightly disconcerting title of Dance of the White Man. This is full of animals and birdsong, so I guess there’s a potential connection to Oxleas woods but who knows? And frankly, who cares? The tune is absolutely perfect for this scorcher of a day. Take repeatedly with a large drink of your choice.


~ by acidted on September 11, 2016.

One Response to “Oxlea”

  1. […] going to struggle with the centredness as we’ve Oxlea returning with BreathTaker.  Where September’s Dance of the White Man was wonderfully ambient, BreathTaker is more IDM experimental and […]

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