Lucky Paul Feat. Milosh

“Gadi Mizrahi & Eli Gold, G.paulus Rmxs”

WLM15 scanZoom inLabelWolfandlamb Music
Cat. No.WLM15
Orders fromWed, 15 Jun 2011
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Leaving in their wake a trail of mass seduction, the Wolf + Lamb crew are back from their recent worldwide DJ Kicks tour, bestowing two of the sonic jewels that lit up those clubs, rooftops and basements. Main players Gadi Mizrahi, Soul Clap’s Eli Goldstein and Greg Paulus of No Regular Play, impart the W + L effect with the ‘Lucky Paul Remixes’ courtesy of Somethinksounds. While Gadi Mizrahi & Zev Eisenberg of Wolf + Lamb are in no small part responsible for the sexy slo-mo revolution in RnB and disco infiltrated house music, they cannot be accused of languishing in the hype of their own movement or direction in sound. Instead, the label is backing a seemingly endless stream of talent in North America and beyond, consistently unearthing and nurturing artists that share the same ethos and intrinsic approach to creating timeless music that is not built to rush, and dissipate but drive into your soul and set up home there. Here, the new collaborative case in point is Berlin resident and New Zealand native Lucky Paul. A relative newcomer on the scene with his first EP ‘The Slow Ground’ about to drop on Somethinksounds, the musician has been carefully honing his craft all over the world for years. From studying traditional percussion in Brazil to living with and learning from Indian music legend Pandit Vikash Maharaj, and most recently drumming for Mocky and Chilly Gonzales back in New Zealand. Somethinksounds is the brainchild of cult culture magazine Somethinkblue, a label that put itself on the map last year with Eliphino’s infectious and genredefying ‘The Undivided Whole EP. ‘The Slow Ground EP’ will be released 15th June 2011. At the hands of Gadi Mizrahi & Eli Goldstein in the ‘Money vs Gold remix’, ‘Thought We Were Alone’ becomes a dreamy, open-ended soundscape focused on the touching intimacy of layered male and female vocals. With the music’s subtle and restrained approach, the muted euphoric rise and fall of warm floating pads and deep melodic synths, make th

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