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Late Nite Cable, Late Nite Cable (Nub Records)
CD Reviews: March 3, 2016

03/03/16
By Eric Saeger news@hippopress.com



 Late Nite Cable, Late Nite Cable (Nub Records)

Don’t know about you, but I’m noticing a trend toward Aughts-era trance/prog-house emerging as a signature background sound-scaping for more and more things. I know I heard some of it during NFL “off to a commercial” mini-segments, things like that, so don’t look at me like I’m nuts, and besides, there’s nothing wrong with a little lazy-sexy Ibiza vibe no matter how you slice it. Although promoted as electro-pop, this New York duo come more from the velvet-rope side of the tracks, and I’m told this is starting to get a lot of notice, which makes sense for a lot of reasons, the first being the easy-breezy sounds themselves, which will please anyone who’s ever been into Tiesto’s or Paul van Dyk’s lighter stuff. Peter Cable Roessler, the Fairfield, Connecticut-bred male half of this pair, spent a few years in Costa Rica and Argentina before moving to the city, and it sure does sound like he brought some of that laid-back life with him to help realize a promise he’d made to French singer/keyboardist Severine Casati, a music student of 12 years, to form this outfit. Prettiness abounds here, world-class stuff. A+





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