AM/TM - Who's Afraid Of Monty Luke (Aniligital Music)

AM/TM are San Francisco pro bros Anthony Mansfield and Tal M Klein. “Who’s Afraid Of Monty Luke” is a VERY SERIOUS song Anthony and Tal wrote about their friend Monty Luke who left San Francisco and moved to Detroit so he could live closer to his techno friends and run A&R at Planet-E Communications for someone named Carl Craig who AM/TM think may be related to Carl Cox because they have the same first name. It’s a song about house music, or possibly This Old House, and it might be a tribute to Bob Villa whose last name actually means ‘house’ in Latin. When Monty Luke heard this song he got really scared and locked himself in a dark room which, as his eyes adjusted, he realized was a recording studio. As we all know, the best way to overcome one’s fears is to confront them, and so Monty Luke made a remix for the B-side and submitted it to AM/TM with assurances that he isn’t actually afraid of himself.

Doc Martin - “Freaky deeky work!”
Trevor Jackson (Output / Playgroup) - “The Monty Luke Remix is great.”
Sleazy McQueen (Whiskey Disco / Bear Funk) - “Frighteningly good…”
Joshua Iz (Vizual) - “Seriously … This is dope! Carl Cox or Carl Craig would approve.”
Cosmic Boogie - “Wobbly goodness.”
Three (Hallucination Limited) - “Mr. Mansfield has got the touch these days. The Monty Luke Remix is super good and I will play it a lot.”
Bruce Tantum (Time Out NY) - “Nicely kooky tune from two of my favorite Bay Area producers! I’m loving the toughened-up remix, as well.”
Monsieur Monod (SleazyBeats blog) - “Sterling stuff. The original is incredible and I can’t wait to try it out on a big system.”
Lee Jarvis (MyCuppaT blog) - “Heavy! Will definitely play the original a lot.”
Black Alley (In Control Radio Show) - “Good to see someone putting the fun back into the house.”

Also supported by Maceo Plex, Makossa & Megablast, Richie Hawtin, Onionz, Inland Knights, Horse Meat Disco, Flash Atkins, DJ Sabo, Jota Wagner, and Stereo 77.

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