MELT YOURSELF DOWN
plus guest support... Matthew Bourne
Imagine, say, a hot, vibrating country, with a sea to the north, desert to the south, jungle to the east, mystery to the west. At the no-man’s-land heart of the fast, bothered capital city, salvation - a club, bar, dive. Approach with caution, for the production of pleasure, and wild nights.
Will there really be a morning?
The dedicated house band, Melt Yourself Down, blasting the four walls, a skittish, kinetic six of them, stars in their eyes, done with the compass, firing off in all directions at once, in total control, working up to breaking point, playing all the senses, leaving port, go, go.
Give and take. Functional and spiritual. Call and response. Stop and start. Near and far. Back and forward.
Melt Yourself Down is:
Pete Wareham (Acoustic Ladyland, Polar Bear)
Kushal Gaya (Zun Zun Egui)
Shabaka Hutchings (Sons Of Kemet, Heliocentrics)
Tom Skinner (Hello Skinny, Mulatu Astatke)
Ruth Goller (Acoustic Ladyland)
Satin Singh (Fela!, Transglobal Underground)
- Leafcutter John (Polar Bear)
side X: Fix My Life (4:02)
side O: We Are Enough (4:33)
release date: Monday 25 February 2013 12” single (limited edition of 500) and digital (MYD 2 / UPC 843190051564)
Price: £6.00 advance (Buy)