It had been a long night, the hours spent fixated on the ceiling willing her body to shut off had felt endless. As the sun streamed through the gap in the curtains waking her from her short slumber, she realised he wasn't there. Pulling herself up she made her way down the stairs and into the kitchen. He didn't look up as she entered, intent on giving nothing away. She knew he was hurting, but words weren't needed right now. His body language told her everything she needed to know, and with that she knew exactly what to do.
For the inaugural release on the newly founded Dancing With Strangers imprint, label co-founder Paul Louth steps up under his Agile Kind alias. The EP, titled Pyramid, is made up of two punchy original tracks backed up by two remixes from Oliver Moon and Kirk Degiorgio AKA As One. Our pick 'Mime' matches haunting pads and synth stabs with a slow, sleazy groove.
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