Robsoul 297 – Animist – Sandman


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Listen to the tracks :

A1: Sandman


A2: Too Much


B1: You Found Me (with Chubz & Nukem)





Nottingham-based producer Lee Eden, AKA Animist, brings a dope re-rub of a Blue Boy classic from ’95 for Phil Weeks’ Robsoul Recordings.
Plucky jazz bass and finger-clicking swing meet crisp and punchy percussion on Sandman, as Animist utilises The Undisputed Truth vocal to perfection to create a smooth key-laden, horn-fuelled funker. Dancefloor perfection.
Too Much rolls with a techier bump as two-step aesthetics, deep bassline and razor-sharp hi-hats drop us into a teasing break,  only to explode like a glitter bomb with some French Touch flair.
Animist joins forces with Chubz & Nukem to close the release with ‘You Found Me.’ A polished and positive slice of modern house.

Release Date: February 10th 2023

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