The Caulfield Beats have being causing a mini ruckus over the last couple of weeks with their shambolic, spikey edged take on acid house. Compromised of Lawrence Northall and Molly Dixon, the duo apparently live on a rave barge, which they sail up to parties on, like some roguish 303 brandishing bucaneers. We'd like to imagine they pull up to moorings banging out their latest, 90s Love, a dark hued number that looks as much to the spirit of the Madchester era Hacienda as it does to classic Chicago. The video's got a load of mind bending mad shit going on, which is little surprise really. If you fancy more, grab their Mexican Smoke EP via Straight Lines Are Fine on May 25th...
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