The album's out today on his much-loved Smiley Fingers label
Our second track premiere this week is the title track from Smiley Fingers boss Larry Cadge's debut artist album Me, Myself And Larry, which drops today.
Based in London and set up in 2010, Smiley Fingers have long been a favourite label among the tech-house cognoscenti. Over the years they've slowly moved from straight-up club bangers to a deeper, more funk-fuelled sound, and that progression and breadth are reflected in the main man's first studio long-player. As Mr Cadge himself puts it: "The idea to make an album started out like a review of my life, in a way. It was a pretty reflective experience. I had to evaluate not only where I was musically, but also personally."
Accordingly, tracks on Me, Myself And Larry range from the mellow, dusty Reflective to the deep tribalism of Funkin' Always, and from the throbbing, funky and prog-tinged Andiamo to the dark, technoid rumble of Weathered. The cut we're showcasing today, though, is one of the album's deeper moments, Me, Myself And Larry itself - a looping, shuffling affair that'd be equally at home in the warm-up, on weary 6am dancefloors or at the post-club chilling session.
See what you think...