What's so good? By Anu Rana | Nov 16, 2012 | Total plays: 11,511
I want to dance to "Endangered Species" in a sweaty, dimly lit basement after-after party with all my favorite people, singing "I'll save you from the strangers, so we can rise above." There is no pretension in the sexuality of the track. It is whiskey on the rocks, with enough ease and enough edge.
Brooklyn's Wolf+Lamb label (Soul Clap, Nicolas Jaar) seem to follow their musical intuition instead of mainstream hype, and No Regular Play fit in quite nicely.
Greg Paulus and Nick DeBruyn grew up musically together from the time they were children. Inspired by jazz and hip-hop, and with collective experience in both classical and mainstream (ranging from study in Havana to touring with Beirut), No Regular Play have the foundation to keep it more than interesting.
You can download the track for free here and check out their entire album, Endangered Species, released November 2012 here.