Wednesday, July 21, 2010

The Daily Bump: Slow Hands, Sunsets and Smooth Disco

This past Sunday, New York's Autobrennt crew brought another magical evening to the anticipated sunset party at the Frying Pan dock, held once every summer. Headliner of the night was Slow Hands (Autobrennt/Wolf+Lamb/Double Standard) - someone who has been on our radar since we asked him to kick off our Lost in Sound series a year ago. Fast forward to now and Slow Hands has quickly risen to the forefront of the US slo-mo disco scene with ear perking productions of tropical balaeric grooves, impressive covers from Sade to Mathew Dear and low-slung disco-filtred house (some call it space disco, but let his music speak for itself). With his first tour kicking off in Europe this September and gigs picking up around the coast, we're lucky we caught him before he takes off. If you missed last Sunday's set here's a best of from the night brought to you by Slow Hands himself - warm, soul drenched grooves of boogie shaking bliss.

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