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  • Release Date 2014-10-15
  • Label Memento
  • Catalog MEMENTOLP02
Blue Mondays is the artistic union of Italian underground talents Alex Ferrazzi and Keemani: after debuting their first works on the VA Memento012, the duo went on to release on labels such as Sonar Kollektiv, Snatch! Records, Rebirth and Manocalda gaining a cult following among the more experimental House Music fanatics. Their breakthrough came in the summer of 2013 when they were invited by Luciano to take the stage at his Ibiza party at Ushuaïa, giving them the chance to bring their blend of dope beats, smoked out samples and nu Disco to the flashy crowds of the White Island. With their LP All Cats Are Blue theyre back on Idriss D's imprint: opening Intro If You Need To Go From 105 To 115 is atmospheric, its synth arpeggio drenched in background noises;Talk To Peopleis upbeat and lively: its rolling bassline and manic organ refrain play along ethereal vocals; Holes's live bass and guitar riff are reminiscent of 80s New Wave, synth textures all around the rock vibes. The title tracks nine minutes are filled with imposing keyboard melodies, while a pulsating bassline underpins a multilayered emotional composition; Dig It, Understand It evolves around two parts: the first half is spaced out, with flutes playing, retaining a live improvisational feeling, while second halfs Acid influences are delightfully twisting. I Shines lounge and balearic, sun soaked and sweet; E Dagara (with Gabin Dabiré) has bells and whistles all around, a lot of ethnic influences that create a delicate and soft mood; Nerd Techniques pounding kick drum opens up to a Kraftwerkian Electronica piece, while Lines is percussive and features a dark intriguing singing. Silent People's field recordings flow through a groovy rhythm; ILMRDMMRD is dancey and trippy, with a bunch of loopy stabs to add colour and spice. Tropicales horns and strings are gentle and sophisticated, and Rehab Of The Bored Jack is a playful little ditty.