Nocta Numerica sixth instalment comes courtesy of French duo Glass Figure, putting on display six cuts that set old-school breaks and hectic electro grooves against an ebullient retro-futuristic backdrop. Vocoder blazing and synth arpeggios glancing off, the Drexciyan title-track – which you can now stream in full via our channels, whizzes at mega light speed like a space-traveling vessel flashes across fields of asteroids, in search for a new planet to colonise.
‘Brightside of House’ represents the debut release for the french band Glass Figure, Christoph Le Gall and Julien Mercier. They make dance music with the old age, iconic and of course comforting, tag of Acid House. The music that sound-tracked the 2nd summer of Love and for most Europeans, the soundtrack to arguably the last great cultural movement of the 20th Century. Crafting their music on “synthesizers Alpha Juno, TB-303, SH-101, TR-707, TR-909, TR-626, TR-808” plays a large part in the authenticity.