After yesterday’s exclusive non-album track from The Awkward Silences (still avaiable to download here) we’re back on a seasonal tip with an unusual take on a well-worn festive favourite from a band that have garnered rave reviews withing these pages.
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Brighton synth & drums duo AK/DK‘s third album Shared Particles moved Joyzine’s Paul Cook to declare the release “worthy of an environmentally friendly ticker-tape parade complete with blimps and fireworks” (read the full review here) and after even the most cursory of listens to its deep electro-organic grooves it’s not hard to see why.
They might not be the first band you’d think of to take on Brenda Lee’s rock & roll Christmas playlist staple ‘Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree’ but they’ve always seemed the type to confound expectations, so perhaps we should have been expecting this sumptuous slice of seasonal retro-futurism all along.
Come back tomorrow for more exclusive tracks + check out the tracks from previous windows, all of which are still available to download: