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Yes, it?s so true! No one said it would be easy to be the second son, but this up-and-coming young talent from Sydney/Australia, is an old soul, an ancient dream warrior - as he likes to call himself, walking the dreams of the whale and the serpent. SHIVERS*, new family member of MOTHER RECORDINGS.A1. SHIVERS* - Love falls crawls up your neck like a dark anticipation. Tinny beats smoothly build up to a deep bass line until a sexy female vocal disrupts the repetitivness of the track desperately screaming: Love falls on me". It's pure emotion, "what ya feel" is boosting out of the core of your body until you hit the climax and muffeled sounds of a tuba blare out to a dance march you will never forget. A2. DANIEL DEXTER, a dear friend of our Mother's house, gives the remix a dirty, unexpected loop doing what he does best: very old school house music that has made him famous as an artist of Poker Flat. Short vocal shouts are accompanied by warm synthie steps creating a sound reminiscent of Chicago house at it's peak. B1. THYLADOMID, this crazy lord of darkness, this stickler for details, shows off his whole manifoldness, combining a bouncy beat with a seductive groove. He carves out the coolness of the track, acentuating it with his own recorded voice that are neither male nor female or both at the same time. You'll be left behind puzzled and stunned by the power of the dark side. B2. SHIVERS* - Strangers in the dark playfully tells a story of mystery and dark secrets fabricating a sense of confusion with dadaistically arranged vocal scraps that still give you a sense of protection for its warmth that carries you through the track like motherly arms. When you get to the middle of the track a surprising heavy bassline break opens up the veil and you catch a glimpse of funk.