Quantum Entanglement [03:12]
Romulus and Remus [06:53]
Tell Me Why [05:09]
Quite Rightly [05:08]
"...I tell you, these were two of the most important acts and labels of the electronic scene. Having The Cutler back on our radar is a real treat. Unashamed downtempo loveliness that's had people like Rob Da Bank (BBC Radio 1) getting very excited indeed." (Dom Servini, Echoes Mag)
Remixes of Cutler tracks from Richard Dorfmeister (Kruder & Dorfmeister), Gavin Hardkiss (aka Hawke), Tranquility Bass, Mark Rae (Grand Central Music / Rae & Christian), Pete Lazonby, Mark Brydon (Moloko), Robin Guthrie (Cocteau Twins) and Darren Emerson (Underworld) support this release.
Popular across the UK and Europe...The Cutler has had radio and DJ play in the Czech Republic, Finland, France, Italy, Germany.....and the USA, especially California and LA - and in San Francisico played and supported by Andrew Jervis (Friday Night Session radio show, The Sport of Selection blog, ex-head of Ubiquity Records, now chief curator at Bandcamp). UK spins include Gilles Peterson (BBC 6 Music/BBC Radio 1), and ex-Pork artist Lost Idol on his Morning Glory show for Totally Radio in Brighton UK.
Steve Cobby is one of Fila Brazillia, and with Steel Tiger compatriot Sim Lister he forms bouncy clubbing favourites J*S*T*A*R*S - and the consummately melodic Heights of Abraham. Downtempo-darling and purveyor of essential aural fluids, Cobby has remixed everyone from Radiohead, Busta Rhymes and Black Uhuru to The Orb and Lamb, as well as music used for cinema and TV. His collaborations include Stephen Mallinder, Adam Regan (Different Drummer Soundsystem), Bill Nelson and Harold Budd. During summer 2013 Cobby is DJing at the Garden Party in Croatia, and working on production of the debut album from Sheffield's hotly-tipped folktronica collective, Little Glitches.
Pork masterminded the delicious and disobedient Pork Recordings, "...a hugely important label in the 90s Downtempo arena........and constant purveyor of the highest quality material." (Charles Howarth)
There's joy to be had listening to this album: this welcome third release from Cobby & Pork is exquisite stuff, featuring haunting vocals from Little Glitches, Isobel Helen, Andrew Taylor and 'Archie' Hesslewood - think stretching-out in the sun enveloped by a happy-haze: very plum and hot in a smooth way.
The Cutler ".... produce the kind of easy yet epic and edgy (entertaining, esoteric, extraor...
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