Hello there!

juju & jordash's new EP, the "Blue plates" ep (Real soon recordings), is hitting the stores...(in the meanwhile you can get it @ RushHour, Phonica, HardWax and a few other spots)

So far people seem to really dig it... Beat Pharmacy(wave), Nick Luscombe (Xfm, resonanceFM), Lars Behrenroth (XM radio), DJ Red D, Keith Worthy, Simon Harrison, Ezy and many more...

(From "The WIRE" mag - Phillip Sherbourne)
London label Real Soon just keeps getting better.
From its origins in loosely Detroit- and Chicago-flavoured House music, it is branching out into ever more esoteric records that can't be pinned to any particular style, past or present. At a moment when by-the-numbers club bangers are causing exhaustion even among dance music fans, each successive Real Soon release stands as a gentle reminder that there are still more sounds, rhythms and – most importantly –tempos worth exploring.
If you told me these two cuts dated from 1982 I'd believe you, though mercifully there's nothing to date them as old or new, retro or futurist. While plenty of new disco has dedicated itself to the sub-110bpm range, the likes of Lindstrom have never attempted something as deliberately turgid as "Blue Plates", which grinds out a heavily reverbed rhythm forged of 808 toms, hypnotically swirling handclap patterns and an Industrial strength snare. In the background, unctuous bass and noxious pads do their best ?to drag down weirdly sprightly keys and blips.
On the B side, an up-and-down arpeggio and a lumbering shaker rhythm circle each other like wary adversaries while walking bass and jazz keys set up a lounge atmosphere for a world that's uneasy to the core.

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So if you are into some different flavors, check it out - you may like it...

you can check out clips here - here
or on the juju & jordash myspace page.

enjoy,
O