“Don’t Follow Me”
Street Light Interference
What a great soundtrack Rude Audio has produced. The tension throughout “Don’t Follow Me” would fit perfect with a John Carpenter film. The tension is so beautifully presented, when the climax is achieved, you are almost not ready for it. The core of the collective are Mark Ratcliff (whose releases have been played by the likes of
Andrew Weatherall, Laurent Garnier, Kris Needs, Don Letts, Graeme Park and Rob de Bank, as well as BBC Radio 6’s Nemone and Gideon Coe), Owain Lloyd (mixing engineer for everyone from Oakenfold and Weller to Niall Horan), and Dave [The Rave] Brennan (ex The End
recordings and key player at tech house dons’ label, Bombis). There is something so satisfying with the increase and then release in “Don’t Follow Me” that I recommend closing your eyes while the song (and the whole album for that matter) plays, and let the movie play behind your closed lids.