Eagles for Hands "Glitterall"
- Words: Rebecca Bratburd
While not much is known about Brighton producer Laurie James Ross, who goes by the dubious moniker Eagles for Hands, we can say that we enjoy the lush production work on "Glitterall." Syrupy textures occupy the low frequencies, droning synths melt around the middle, and smooth rhythms sweetened with just a hint of glitch drive the tune forward with help from the chopped vocals. In many respects, "Glitterall" is a sparklier version of something you might hear from Monokle's forthcoming Saints album, and if you're interested in more Eagles for Hands productions, we've included another one of his tunes after the jump.
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