Tooth Faeries brings together Mark Brydon and Parrot. Two versions of the title cut plus the gently pulsing Love & Resistance. Deeply melodic yet also crisp and compelling, The Sound layers Carmen Squire’s lush vocal over a martial drum beat, unleashing a dose of deep Sheffield bass just when it matters most. It’s an arresting and irresistible record, disarmingly simple and yet designed to stick fast in the memory.
Mark Brydon established the groundbreaking FON studio and label in Sheffield, and went on to head up the FON Force production team. He then delivered a string of global hits with Róisín Murphy as Moloko.
Parrot was one of the pioneer DJs who first brought house music to the UK, playing at the legendary Jive Turkey parties alongside Shabby Doll labelmate Winston Hazel. His ‘Sweet Exorcist’ collaboration with Caberet Voltaire’s Richard H. Kirk became the first album release on Warp Records, and helped to define the bleep techno sound. Constantly reinventing himself, his Crooked Man project has been receiving worldwide acclaim.
Though Brydon and Parrot are key players in the history of British dance music, there’s no doubt about it: Tooth Faeries aren’t thinking about the past. They’re too busy delivering The Sound of now.
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