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Rayko & The Glue - Die For You (Untz Untz)

Forthcoming and highly anticipated track by a relatively new name for me, hailing from Norway (Bergen to be precise) The Glue along with Spanish remix and edit master Rayko unleash this pure beast of a 12", the third outing by the fantastic Berlin/Bergen-based Untz Untz imprint, that is likely to get a good few plays by myself this summer season. This limited red vinyl slice of pure loveilness kicks off with Rayko's "I Would Die For You" a driving uptempo edit of Prince's 'I Would Die For You". I don't know how many of our sleazy readers remember the 80s when Prince's original version came out, but I really loved this tune then (definitely showing my age here) and the edit does it justice in my humble opinion. It's got serious 80s edge and top flair that is quite likely to bring a rush of emotions on the dancefloor especially for those who remember the old days, sure to please.

That said, it's most definitely the flip that I'm all about on this record though, which belongs to The Glue, with 'Broken Heart', my oh my what a lushious stormer they've cooked up for us here. A killer 9-minute pure journey of a tune... a fantastic breezy midempo workout that you can't help but sway and move to, killer vocal, big stompin' dreamy track. Have a listen, and tell me - how can you just not love this? Pure perfection for summertime IMO, the soundcloud button is seriously getting a rinsing here at sleazy Towers.

The Glue - A Broken Heart by The Glue

Keep em peeled for more from these two, especially The Glue; who potentially might just have put out this summer's best tune.

Wax should be available on May 23, grab it HERE,don't miss the boat.

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