Is Frank Butters a new artist risen out of nowhere via incendiary releases on his own Too Many Squares label, or is he perhaps an established artist taking a new direction? The only concession to this question is that he’s someone Man Power has known a long time, and one of his favourite new artists.
Frank’s Cult Of Glamour focuses his early 80s proto-house aesthetic, with two machine driven cuts at differing tempos for opposing late night moods.
For remix duties, Me Me Me asked all time hero Andrew Weatherall to deliver his own version, and deliver he does with a swamp rock lead bellied organic take of Make It Right (as well as a digital only instrumental version).
To close off the package Man Power has enlisted Not An Animal Record’s mainstay Ess O Ess, who amp up the 80s vibe via an early Chicago House tinged reimagining of Rubber Bullet.
Make It Right
Make It Right (Andrew Weatherall Vocal Remix)
Make It Right (Andrew Weatherall Instrumental Remix)
Rubber Bullet (Ess O Ess Short Remix)
Rubber Bullet (Ess O Ess Long Remix)