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|1.||OD - "Sol Baize At The Chinga" (5:54)|
|2.||OD - "Eau-De-Vie" (6:32)|
|3.||OD - "Manual Greever" (2:17)|
|1.||MB - "Miwp" (Miwpy mix) (10:14)|
|2.||MB - "A Well-Oiled Party" (2:46)|
|3.||MB - "Absolutely No Peace (Can't Get No Peace & Quiet)" (5:26)|
Oh yes! Some of you out there will have picked up on Shout Outs to the Weirdos in Rathmines, Morgan Buckley's Rush Hour No Label debut last year which presented the young unheralded Dublin artist as both immensely creative and capable of some mind bending electronic music. We are super excited to see Buckley back on No Label with Shplitting The Shtones, a split LP with the unknown Olmo Devin that veers further off piste in the most enticing of fashions. It's Devin that mans the A-side with three tracks that range from tropical house ("Sol Baize At The Chinga") to odd krauty Balearic excursions ("Eau-De-Vie") and the unclassifiable vignette that is "Manual Greever". Buckley supplies the same amount of productions on the B side and it's fair to say 10 minute track "Miwp (Miwpy Mix)" is the highlight coming across like Stereolab jacked up on some particularly potent mushrooms.
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