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Scrimshire - Alignment (feat. Stac)
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Scrimshire

Alignment (feat. Stac)

Wah Wah 45s

Released: 24th September 2012 | 5 track downtempo single

It's been a huge twelve months for Wah Wah 45s head honcho, producer, singer, song-writer and DJ Adam Scrimshire. Having seen his second album, 'The Hollow', receive the Album of the Week plaudit by Gilles Peterson on BBC6Music, he then went on to tour the UK, support The Herbaliser and Jazzanova at Koko in London, and play both Lovebox and Soundwave Croatia festivals.

As he goes about putting the finishing touches to his third LP, due in 2013, Scrimshire has had just about enough time to spoil us with one final single taken from his highly praised second album. Alignment features the sublime vocals of label mate Stac and is available here in four unique versions. The radio edit gets straight to the point of this sublime piece of song-writing; Tru Thoughts recording artist Anchorsong delivers a fuzzy electro-funk take that should do some serious dance floor damage; and no stranger to a disco doghnut himself, Claws For? selects only the tastiest morsels of Stac's vocals and chops them up, creating a dishy four-to-the-floor concoction; plus we've seen fit to throw in the a cappella too for all you budding producers out there to get busy with (you know where to send those remixes!); and as an added bonus, Scrimshire has recorded a very special live version of seminal early recording When The World Was Young merging into Huey Morgan favourite Ascension.

A late contender for album of the year and possibly one of the best album's Wah Wah 45s has put out

Gilles Peterson (BBC6Music) on The Hollow

Forthcoming gigs:

Blind Tiger, Brighton - October 5th

Wah Wah Live (Scrimshire DJ Set), Scala, London - Nov 10th

Soundwave Reunion, Scala, London - Nov 16th

Bonobo, Scrimshire + Kelpe, Koko, London - Nov 17th

"A late contender for album of the year, and possibly one of the best album’s Wah Wah 45s has put out"
Gilles Peterson, BBC 6Music