[PREMIERE] The Mole – Ufos Over Egypt feat. Cristobal
Here is the first Selectors premiere of the year – on a more ambient / lo-fi future funk tip, track titled Ufos Over Egypt, taken from the soon to drop Mole album. Shout out to Circus Company!
A normally elusive creature, The Mole can be found most at home behind a DJ booth during the wee smoky hours in the midst of long, drawn-out sets. Known for his love of sonic collage and musical noodling, he boasts a long and colourful list of releases—for labels like Perlon, Ostgut Ton, Slices of Life, Circus Company, Haunt, Musique Risquée, New Kanada, Internasjonal and longtime home Wagon Repair.
A relentless digger with an utter disregard for the structural capabilities of his living room floor, Colin is on a constant one-man mission to keep the record store industry afloat. This means, in his case, approaching music with the kind of open-mindedness and humility necessary for not only acquiring, but learning. Which might be what makes him an ideal bandmate to his friends in Modern Deep Left Quartet and Units & Measurements. “That—or the jokes.”
It’s the low profile, the constant smile and a genuine love for music that make The Mole, an artist with a career spanning over 20 years, an easy one to recognise at a party. He’s the guy with an ear-to-ear grin on his face, wondering why in the world he got so lucky.