London electro duo Padded Cell
(Neil Higgins and Richard Sen) return with the brand new single, "Guardians of the Night" and its music video through Different Recordings
"Guardians of the Night" is a funky jam with vocalist Free Disco's Gibb-like highs guiding you directly to the dance floor. Driven by heavy bass and its electric organ and echoed sax solos, the single tracks a psychedelic light spectacle of roller-disco proportions.
Neil Higgins and Richard Sen return as Padded Cell with a brand new single, `Guardians of The Night due to be released through Different Recordings.
Its been a few years since previous Padded Cell single releases, which have been championed by a wide range of DJs such as Harvey, James Murphy, Erol Alkan and David Mancuso.
In the interim period they have produced remixes for LCD Soundsystem and Bryan Ferry, performed live laptop sets in dark corners of the world from Rio de Janeiro to Istanbul, and seen their music infiltrate mainstream entertainment such as Grand Theft Auto and HBO comedy Eastbound And Down. In 2012 Richard Sen put together a compilation of early UK house & acid from `87-91 called `This Aint Chicago, which was released to great acclaim through Strut.
New single `Guardians of The Night` employs vocalist Free Disco alongside a live sax, bass, guitar and percussion skilfully arranged by the hands of Padded Cell.
B-side Deviancy Amp heads straight to the dance floor with its repetitive dark synth stabs and live freestyle percussion.
The video for the single has been put together by the guys own fair hands and is a collage of suitably dark and eerie animation created by Nuno Da Costa for Padded Cells live outings mixed with other esoteric found imagery.