Yse Saint Laur'Ant Today album artwork

You used to introduce an Yse Saint Laur’Ant record by noting it is from “Ant Plate of Rhythm Plate” but it’s no longer that simple. All of these identities and aliases have been competing for attention and this vinyl-only series (on the appropriately named Vinyl Only label) has commanded and demanded a massive amount of attention from disco and boogie DJs.

Today is the latest release, packed with five tracks of experimental grooves, tracks that tune their wire-hanger antennae to Planet P-Funk. Leading off is the demented roller rink boogie of “F It,” followed by the spacier sub-dermal vibration of “Up You Wake” and the dub poetry of “It Beats The Music.” On the flip side The Commodores meet Moroder on “Life.”

Yse Saint Laur’Ant: Today (Vinyl Only / January 2021 / 12″ Vinyl)
A1. Yse Saint Laur’Ant: “F It” (6:51)
A2. Yse Saint Laur’Ant: “Up You Wake” (4:57)
A3. Yse Saint Laur’Ant: “It Beats The Music” (5:55)
B1. Yse Saint Laur’Ant: “Life” (6:15)
B2. Yse Saint Laur’Ant: “Too Young To Fail” (4:09)

⚪️ Disclosure Statement: This record was not submitted as a promo.



This was originally published in 5 Mag issue 187: The Root of the Issue with Monty Luke, Brawther, Mark Wilkinson and more. Support 5 Mag by becoming a member for just $1 per issue.




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