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Alex Standish’s new track is anything but a ‘Mis-step’

Alex Standish — Mis-step

Alex Standish is a producer whose track ‘Mis-step’ has picked up support from BBC Introducing — and after just one listen it’s not hard to hear why.

Featuring reversed vintage chords, the track occupies the ground between lo-fi house and disco and sees Standish fashion a playful cut of peculiar-sounding house that floats along on a bed of pulsing basslines and never-ending bleepy melodies.

It’s all rather low-key and not at all showy — and that’s probably why we liked it so much. There’s also certain Mylo quality to the playfulness of melodies, and the tiny samples that pulse in the background also add a further layer of depth to ‘Mis-step’.

More of this, please.

Andrew Rafter

Andrew Rafter is the editor and founder of Harder Blogger Faster.