The Eighties were a bleak and ugly decade. A lot of the music was rather cold and harsh (or over-produced which is worse). London based singer ACTRESE took the electronics of that bygone era to create Upper East Siders, a slacker song that gets under your skin.
It's a thowback to the underground that never made ito the mainstream back then; aloof, quirky and cut up with intermittent drums patterns. Timeless weirdness that will be appreciated by old school synth lovers and collectors of no wave and twisted funk.
Upper East Siders is released through Centre For The Bored.