|1.||"King Solomon's Mines" (Soft Rocks version)|
|2.||"King Solomon's Mines" (Brennan Green version)|
|1.||"King Solomon's Mines"|
Russian duo Simple Symmetry have enjoyed an impressive start to their career, delivering a pair of EPs for Glenview that join the dots between psychedelic electronics, wide-eyed nu-disco and Balearic deep house. This first single for Low Budget Family takes a slightly different approach, fixing their chiming melodies, warm deep house chords and winding synths to African vocal samples and skittering beats that sit somewhere between proto-house and Chicago jack. Soft Rocks provide the standout remix, delving deep into their bag of tricks to deliver a hypnotic, trance-influenced chunk of hazy late night house. Brennan Green's remix, on the other hand, is delightfully Balearic - thanks, in no small part, to some great pianos and jaunty synth melodies.
Alexis Le-Tan, H Track / PB Vinyl, Felix Dickinson, Therarelowry, Old Spice, Erik Skantze, Piers Harrison, Jacques Renault, Chizh, Dreamtime Records, Mystic Rock, Lipelis, Juno Recommends Disco, Steve Lee, Jamie Fatneck, Glenview Records Inc, COYOTE Is It Balearic?, Kito Jempere, Nasty Boy, Fools & Fables, Ptaki
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