Enjoy a ‘Walk To 159’ with Alba’s latest track

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‘Walk to 159’ is a melodic yet mechanical house track, meticulously constructed in what ALBA call their own studio/club house/private pool/urban utopia. It’s an ode to those very digs in Wooloomoolo where they have spent all their time perfecting their propulsive and soulful sound.

Alba is the collaborative project of Sydney-based producers Sam Weston and Cop Envy who have already churned out the highly acclaimed ‘So Easily’ with Melbourne’s beloved Oscar Key Sung. ‘Walk to 159’ continues their own brand of melodic yet forward thinking house. It’s contemplative and groove-led but in a sustainable way – not a track to bounce off the walls to, but to find your moves in the middle of the floor. It’s yet another step in the right direction for Alba as they carve themselves a reputation as consistent and formidable producers.

Alba have been impressing house-lovers across the globe since their debut ‘Knokke/Law’ with their hazy, analogue house tracks. Also masters of a solid remix, they’ve lent their golden touch to the likes of Elizabeth Rose, Oscar Key Sung, Roland Tings and Snakehips. Alba’s uncanny ability to splice together abstract house rhythms, pop vocals and jazz is leading them all the way to the forefront of what house could be.

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WORDS BY LLOYD CRACKETT

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