Saturday, May 24, 2008

Born Ruffians

Toronto's Born Ruffians continue their quest for world domination with the release of their new single "I Need A Life". The lead track is taken from the bands impressive debut album "Red Yellow and Blue" which was released earlier this year. This ep also features an acoustic version of the last single "Hummingbird" which actually doesn't sound very acoustic and a previously unreleased track "So Long, Tadpole". The big thing here though is the Four Tet remix of "I Need A Life" which is only avaliable on the digital bundle format but is the best thing I've heard this week. It really wouldn't be out of place on a Fuck Buttons album the way it jingles and drones it's way along for about seven minutes with a rather nice section of amplified noise about half way through.
The single was released last week through Warp Records who seem to have a fantastic roster of artists at the moment and is avaliable on sexy red vinyl, cds and the didgit formats and can be purchased HERE. You can even buy Born Ruffians baby grows. How cool is that.
mp3: Born Ruffians - I Need A Life (Four Tet Remix)

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