Esteemed Brooklyn house duo Wolf + Lamb roll out the soul in the latest exclusive Clash DJ mix.
Effortlessly hip without ever trying to be and – crucially – without ever taking themselves too seriously, W+L (producers Zev Le Wolfe and Gadi Mizrahi) have made some of the slinkiest, slickest and occasionally funkiest house tunes in recent years (check ‘Idiosyncratic’ ‘Just For Now’ and ‘Must Be Brooklyn’ for a taste)
No meant feat, but they’ve also found time to unearth and nurture some of the brightest underground and leftfield house producers, too, via their record label of the same name: Nicolas Jaar, Lee Curtiss, Maayan Nidam and even Seth Troxler (before he became enormodome-famous) have all graced the W+L Music label over the years.
For their exclusive Clash mix, the duo have opted for a set of slow-burning, disco and soul-infused house that isn’t afraid to go oh-so deep. There are also plenty of funkier textures in there as well, including some deliriously jazzy moments that skirt mischievously around the boundaries of fusion, before winding things back firmly into blissed-out club cut territory.
There’s no tracklist this time, so you’ll have to lock on the headphones and do some detective work – or just let the grooves roll by, just like Wolf + Lamb intended.
'Festival Erotica' by Wolf+Lamb Vs Nick Monaco ft. Russoul is released on Beatport on October 27th and worldwide on November 10th, both on Wolf+Lamb Music.
Words: Tristan Parker