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Loosewomen - Nobody
12" Vinyl
£9.00
Digital
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Loosewomen

Nobody

Grade 10

Released: 29th January 2016 | 3 track house single

Loosewomen is a founding member of Grade10 and his first release is a mix of classic UK piano house and slown down Balearic vibes. Nobody the lead tune from the 12inch is a uplifting vocal piano house tune which was instantly picked up by Monki on Radio One and got air time on the iPlayer and 1xtra, Nobody was premieired on Clash Magazines website who wrote a great peice about the track. On the B side there is Slides which is a repetative slow Balearic house tune which was premiered on XLR8R, who gave it a great write up.

The second tune of the B Side comes in the form of a remix of Nobody by label mate Classic Coke, this was premiered on Boilerroom Debuts and got rave reviews, it hit 20k plays in a number of days, the Classic Coke remix is a bass heavy footwork cut which takes Nobody from a slow tempo sing along to a hightempo dance floor crusher.

The single was also picked up by lots of other blogs and websites including Inverted Audio and Datatransmission.

"The production feels bleached by the summer sun, a glistening, translucent feel which recalls the white heat of the rave era"
ROBIN MURRAY, Clash Magazine
"slipping into a low tempo Balearic groove in the same sort of vein as the Fountains Of Elisha remix of The Orb’s ‘Outlands‘. Dreamy pads, breathy vocals and low end sub; it drifts along like a crisp clear stream through your fingers on a hazy summer afternoon."
Simon Whight, inverted-audio.com/
"Slides is a low-slung, Balearic-tinged affair driven along by floating pads and groovy, muted drums; whispered vocal phrases slide in and out across the sun-soaked five-minute run"
Luke Cheadle, xlr8r.com
"Old-school purist LooseWomen takes care of the two originals; each of which are soaked in feel-good vibrations and glued tight with a sturdy percussive underbelly. Yet its the mutated version of “Nobody” from Classic Coke track that causes the biggest ruckus; this is high-octane, industrious footwork with a hefty bassweight anchor"
Boilerroom, Boilerroom