Billings themselves as “Patrick Adams making records for Dance Mania”, Girls of the Internet take a soulful approach to dance music while distilling the different strands of UK club culture.
The creation of RAMP Recordings founder Tom Kerridge, has so far clocked up releases with Luke Solomon’s Classic Music Co. and a collab with Peven Everett. The B-side to their new self-released 12″ sees Olivia Louise’s vocals skip round sliding sliding synth lines, bouncing kicks and live bass riff, in a similar playfulness to early Alunageorge (who we covered in our first week back in 2011). Another understated club hit with all the right kind of pop sensibilities, combining ghetto house, R&B and a faint touch and the 2step-indebted post dubstep sound of the early 2010s.
Humble / U Changed is out 26th April – buy from Boomkat. Watch the official video above, directed by BLAHBLAHBLASFEMIA, a Chilean audiovisual producer who combines photography, collage and 3D animation to create surrealist stories.