Long-time collaborators Woolfy and Projections are back with a full LP of their signature psychedelic laidback house beats, and it’s called The Return Of Love. It’s coming out on September 21 on the legendary Permanent Vacation imprint, which is/was home to similar artists like Aeroplane, Tensnake, John Talabot, Todd Terje and many more.
The new record is the result of an interesting story and I’m excited to hear the entire thing soon. Here’s what Woolfy & Projections had to say about the development of the record:
"The Return Of Love" was conceptualized in the Californian Big Bear Mountains. "We we're focused on recording during the dates of November 9th 2009 to November 11th for mysterious purposes, so we packed up a grip of analog keyboards, pre-amps, laptops and fine ales and boarded ourselves up in a log cabin for a couple of days." The influences on the album oscillate between the likes of Wings, David Crosby, Brian Ferry and today's disco leaving the boundaries of electronic music far behind them. In fact, Woolfy vs. Projections have recorded a modern west coast psychedelic rock album with "The Return of Love." The best example is most likely the track "Nina," a coproduction with Hamburg's Tensnake. This music hits you like a good peyote trip!
Check out the first single, “Set Me Loose.” Deep dubby disco goodness.
Stay tuned for purchase info as the release date approaches. Both vinyl and digital versions will be available.