|2||52nd Street (Hexstatic Mix)||4:46||Play||£0.69||
|3||No Horse, No Wife, No Moustache||5:07||Play||£0.69||
|4||Room Full Of Spies||3:08||Play||£0.69||
In anticipation of his forthcoming debut long player for Cookshop, we’re proud to present a new EP from Jonathan Krisp. Perhaps known best for his Scalextrick 7’, which was caressed affectionately by the likes of Chris Coco (Radio 1), Nick Luscombe (Flo-motion) DK (Solid Steel) and others, Jon’s music manages to be refreshingly unique and interesting with a good sense of humour too.
On the A-side '52nd Street’ drags a very cheeky and deliriously catchy vocal sample kicking and screaming in the dancefloor’s direction with drum n’ bass breaks, hoovering basslines and some electro-synth tomfoolery to boot resulting in a totally unconventional yet insanely addictive shoe shuffler. And if that weren’t enough, the mighty Hexstatic (Ninja Tune) step up and throw down a stripped back but none less devastating remix full of twisted basslines and scatter-shot amen breaks.
The B-side showcases a couple of tracks from the forthcoming Jonathan Krisp album. 'No Horse, No Wife, No Moustache’ bears an almost Italo-disco influence laden with lush pads, bubbling synth lines and some motivational exercising tips from a rather jovial English lady, jolly nice too. 'Room Full Of Spies’ is a more paranoid affair, skipping from Rhodes melodies to edgy guitar lines backed with a tight shuffling breakbeat resulting in a quite beautifully beguiling track.
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