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General News / February 15, 2019

Naeth steps up for the debut release on Irish label Move Slow Records

General News / February 15, 2019

Naeth steps up for the debut release on Irish label Move Slow Records

Move Slow Records is a Dublin-based label “with a weakness for house, disco and boogie” brought to you by the crew behind This Greedy Pig and Hen’s Teeth.

 

Dublin producer Naeth shares a new EP release following his 2017 project on Memphis label Future Everything.

“Produced in the middle of a rare Irish heatwave, the title track ‘Poolhall Lovers’ brims with the optimism of school day summers, while the B-side ‘It’s My Job’ veers into the more sombre side of this promising young producer’s talents.”

The release is accompanied by an animated series by former Boiler Room art director Mason London.

Check out the snippets below and click here to buy the record. Or, you know, go to a record store.