The Whitest Boy Alive

The Whitest Boy Alive have an ethos which commands instant respect - they are a low-fi electro outfit who don’t rely on pre-programming to play live.

The seductively simple second album ‘Rules’ is out in March this year and although you might not reap the benefits of the anti-program stance in a recording, the fact that it means all their tunes are recreateable in real life lends the album parameters which give it a controlled feel. This is a calm, well paced series of tunes you could bash out in your car at 6.45am or on a dance floor in Fabric on a Friday night (only in room 3 but that’s not such a bad thing).

Above all, this album makes the world a better place, and will eventually become a staple of any good DJ’s record bag.

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