We’re a sodding patriotic bunch here at The Raccoon.
So if there’s a chance we can promote some British finery; we will. Whether it’s a tugboat ceremony, a heat stage of Crufts or a Babs Windsor tribute night, we are there to spur on the culture of this little isle. (Note: we will probably never actually cover any of those events, though we’re open to invitations.)
Anyway, one thing we Brits do well is beautiful electronics and Lapalux further proves this. The opening single from his debut album Nostalchic is the sultry ‘Guuurl’ which falls somewhere between Nathan Fake and Mark Morrison. Sexy, but nerdy. The album was released a few weeks back on the Brainfeeder label and looks promising, we can even forgive naming a track ‘Kelly Brook’.
Listen to the single whilst staring at a particularly British scene, like Phil ‘The Power’ Taylor ordering a pint of ale. It will bring a tear to the eye of any proud countrymen.