Allez-Allez "Weird Science (Alternate Version)"
Here is a new take on London-based outfit Allez-Allez's "Weird Science" track, from its recently released Hideous Racket EP. The distorted, warbling dance number is fairly lo-fi and psychedelic in comparison to most club music that comes from the duo's home turf, but still manages to carve out some relatively sluggish grooves. The original is a bit more clear-headed and dancefloor appropriate, but we could still imagine hearing the alternate version close out—or maybe even slowly open up—a DJ set or two.
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