Anchored on several tunes by more than able booty shaking basslines, "Idealism" pushes you to flaunt it; here we have an example of how minimal electronic dance music can evolve and it puts several other "artists" who love to write amateurishly simplistic loops with their 303 plug-ins to shame. Digitalism are one to watch, they are a duo bent on providing the groove, the underlying soundtrack to your evening. Simply put, these guys easily provoke inadvertent, spontaneous movement in any human subject who hears their work. This is a quirky, yet slyly humorous release. Listen to their track "Digitalism in Cairo" to get a better idea of what I mean.
That I've not crossed these fellow's path before is surprising as they are right on the cusp between what the Mikrolux label and the supremely masterful Sender Records are exploring deeper with every catalogue number they put out. A most promising debut.