T. Esselle “Until She Spoke”
Sit down kids, and let us regale you in a story. Back in the day (roughly around when BR was shaking off the last of its early UStream trappings) there was a consistently ahead-of-the-curve clubnight happening in Whitechapel, and later Peckham. It went by the name of Wholemeal, putting on sets by the likes of Blawan, John Heckle, Leif, Bake All Caps, Al Tourettes and plenty more besides, with one ‘Esselle‘ holding down a regular slot warming up the dance. Well now Wholemeal are back, pivoting toward the honourable business of releasing records; Esselle has also gained a first initial. Happy days all round.
“Until She Spoke” melds a skippy rhythm, punchy drums and the kind of Rhodes or Rhodes-alike organ slope-offs into something super well-balanced and supremely enjoyable. In spite of the nearly 7m runtime, this little earworm whips by in flash, maxing out replay value. It’s going to be the sound of spring, and most likely summer too. Cop it imminently on Wholemeal Music.
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