The first time I heard the lead track from the latest Les Sins single I passed it off and more or less thought I had forgotten about it. It hadn’t grabbed me like his previous release under this alias. Funny thing though, a few weeks ago while working or going about my usual day to day there was this bass line that crept into my head over and over for at least a week. It was one of those annoying moments where I just KNEW who’s song it was that was in my head but I couldn’t quite place it.

I did eventually realize it was the newest Les Sins single. I looked it up, put it on again and the bass line hook locked in immediately with its rolling charm that left me with a distinct need to move. Once it managed to permanently stick in my head I could not help but order a copy. Its one of those dance songs that lifts my spirits somehow. Not too heavily electronic, with just enough of an organic old school groove that puts me in a good mood any time I put it on. Easily recommended for anyone needing an extra hop in their step.


  1. Carlos Cabezas - October 2, 2013 at 6:37 pm

    Nice!! thanks for posting it!

  2. Balthasar - October 6, 2013 at 6:50 am

    Its is a great track indeed! Got it myself on vinyl a few days ago.
    Really digging your photos in general and your vinyl series in particular :)

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