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The Goddess (With Quiet Village Remix)

by Bubble Club

The Goddess (With Quiet Village Remix) by Bubble Club

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The Goddess (With Quiet Village Remix)

by Bubble Club

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Label: International Feel
Dan Keeling was head of A&R at Parlophone and managing director at Island Records; now, as Bubble Club, he sets the clock back to his days of promoting club nights in the early '90s. Following three acid-tinged EPs for his own eponymous label, he turns up on the DJ Harvey-related International Feel imprint with "The Goddess," a midtempo groover with a distinctly Balearic feel — lots of chiming guitars, soaring leads and easygoing breakbeats, all very Krautrock meets Café del Mar. It's not the most complicated thing in the world, but it balances its lush grooves with a knowing wink (and vice versa). A remix from Quiet Village (aka Radio Slave and Joel Martin) is a slow-motion haze of pulverized congas and ambient exotica.

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Dan Keeling was head of A&R at Parlophone and managing director at Island Records; now, as Bubble Club, he sets the clock back to his days of promoting club nights in the early '90s. Following three acid-tinged EPs for his own eponymous label, he turns up on the DJ Harvey-related International Feel imprint with "The Goddess," a midtempo groover with a distinctly Balearic feel — lots of chiming guitars, soaring leads and easygoing breakbeats, all very Krautrock meets Café del Mar. It's not the most complicated thing in the world, but it balances its lush grooves with a knowing wink (and vice versa). A remix from Quiet Village (aka Radio Slave and Joel Martin) is a slow-motion haze of pulverized congas and ambient exotica.

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About This Album

Dan Keeling was head of A&R at Parlophone and managing director at Island Records; now, as Bubble Club, he sets the clock back to his days of promoting club nights in the early '90s. Following three acid-tinged EPs for his own eponymous label, he turns up on the DJ Harvey-related International Feel imprint with "The Goddess," a midtempo groover with a distinctly Balearic feel — lots of chiming guitars, soaring leads and easygoing breakbeats, all very Krautrock meets Café del Mar. It's not the most complicated thing in the world, but it balances its lush grooves with a knowing wink (and vice versa). A remix from Quiet Village (aka Radio Slave and Joel Martin) is a slow-motion haze of pulverized congas and ambient exotica.