Rekids sub label Pyramids Of Mars reaches it's fifth release and further strengthens it's dedication to the finest in left of centre discoteria, unveiling the refined sounds of Rouge Mecanique. Most newcomers would balk at the idea of following releases from Matt Edwards in The Machine mode or Joe Claussell, not this 25 year old Parisian whose style can be best described as sleazy psychedelia for the sensual disco lovers. Imagine DJ Nature editing The Skatt Brothers for Golf Channel and you're in the right frame of mind for title track "Witches". B Side cut "Stingray" veers even further off the beaten path; Pyramids Of Mars hit the nail on the head describing it as Ry Cooder, Didier Marouani and Andrew Weatherall leaving the party at 5am to hit the studio to make a blues record. A mooted Rouge Mecanique LP should be sublime on the basis of this.
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