LindsayTuc* – “Changedinhouse / Nicemicroscope” (Live)
I haven’t quite got hold of the essence of Lindsay Tuc yet. There are so many exciting elements in his music – honesty, sincerity, a reserved nature that is still enigmatic rather than dull—but I have yet to 100% come to peace with what exactly it is that draws me in so enthrallingly. It’s skillful, and innovative, with Tuc using a range of household products to create the atmospherics in his tunes. This cultivates an organic edge in his music, something one wouldn’t necessarily associate with house music. And there’s space to breathe woven in there too, so each track leaves you salivating for more.
Make sure to keep up to date with his jam-packed SoundCloud, or download his first release Shoe Box and second release Hutton Street Sessions for free, or order the vinyl (which he cuts himself, what a dood).