Say what you want about Ibiza, but the island has clearly spurred a new sense of creativity in Mark Barrot and his International Feel label. 2015 has seen International Feel on wonderful form, issuing records at a rate to match their initial rise and with the quality to match. Fresh off that excellent Gonno record, it's Barrot's turn to shine with the two track Bush Society 12" revealing the latest development in the veteran musician's sound. The title track effectively links two periods of Barrot's recent life, commencing with field recordings from his time in Uruguay and gradually unfurling into a ten minute epic that deftly nudges up the chug factor with aplomb as it goes. "Saviours Or Savages?" is a fine track too, a near perfect exercise in B-side Balearica.
DJ Red D (We Play House Recs), Alexis Le-Tan, Frank Tope, Lexx, Peter Visti, Sito / / Mischio Dischi Disco, Cedric Woo, Stupid Human, Jacques Renault, Max Essa, Zambon, OK Jones / Love Glove, Tooli (Local Talk / OMENA), Eddie C, Kojake, Kenneth Bager, Feodor AllRight & Elena Mechta, YSE Saint Laur'Ant **, Sleazy Beats Recordings, Roy Comanchero, The Keeper (Nemas Problemas), Young Adults, Jack Pattern, RSS Disco, Ptaki, ESS O ESS, Junto Club
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