Photo via Hubert Clarke Jr
Who knew that Sydney, a city I don't really actually know a huge amount about, was a hotbed of house talent? I mean, it might not actually be that, and it might be really boring there, but if the debut EP from "impressionistic dub-house devotee" Hubert Clarke Jr is anything to go by, then something good's going on down under. Al Dente, which drops on outsider house vanguard 100% Silk is a perfectly imperfect blend of Omar-S, Sex Tags Mania and a good dollop of greasy grit and it comes with some killer artwork courtesy of John-Henry Pajak and Geordie Cargill. Start slavering over it below:
It's like looking at a really nice ice cream, one of those proper ice creams you see in Italian ice cream places near Convent Garden. Proper ice cream. Authentic ice cream. Really fucking nice ice cream. Luckily for everyone involved, the music on the 12" is just as tasty as the artwork.
We've decided to give you a free, exclusive scoop courtesy of this premiere, so why not tuck into "Berry" right now and let its dusty, clanking deep house juices run down your chin. That's what we're doing. And it feels great.