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Mechanical Me - Beachy Head (Bonobo Mix) / on Mechanical Me - I Like - Mixes



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Mechanical Me - Beachy Head (Bonobo Mix)
on Mechanical Me - I Like - Mixes
(12") Lumenessence Recordings LUM002, 2001-05-28

Tracklisting :
01. Mechanical Me - Beachy Head (Bonobo Mix)
02. Mechanical Me - Blue Skies II (Tiresias Mix)
03. Mechanical Me - I Like (Blue States Mix)
04. Mechanical Me - Lover's Theme

Info :
Mechanical Me were Lumenessence's debut signings in 2000. Now on an extended sabbatical their infectious blend of eccentric sampling, fairground atmospherics, pop hooks and Louise Davis' highly individual vocals charmed and won over many early Lumenessence supporters.
They released two eps for Lumenessence, the deliciously infectious and now deleted "I like" and the equally well received "I Like Mixes" ep which featured fantastic makeovers from Bonobo, Blue States and Tiresias as well as original tracks by the band.
Though they never made it to the album stage rumours of new projects featuring both Sam and Lou abound. Lou went on to work with Osymyso and other collaborative projects, while Sam is currently playing keys in Brighton band Clearlake. Watch our news pages for updates.
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