Indie dance DJ and producer Mano Le Tough is gearing up for his second album, six years after his debut. Fusing together pop grooves, dance synths and an indie guitar crunch, it’s the kind of music I associate with summer. Sitting pretty around other artists like Tom Vek and perhaps Fenech-Soler (but a tiny bit rockier), a few musicians really nail that guitar dance vibe perfectly. For me, Mano Le Tough is one of those. There is something about the cross over of heavy dance and a bit of well-crafted rock that gets me jamming on a sunny day, even when the subject itself is more of a sad or darker one.
His new single ‘Aye Aye Mi Mi’ is a comment on narcissism, social media bloating and ego. It has warped vocals that are purposely overpowered and peaking into distortion as the chorus chants. Mano Le Tough sings simply alongside ‘don’t need to shout about it’. I agree. ‘Aye Aye Mi Mi’ is the second single from the forthcoming album ‘At The Moment’. The single is out now and you can enjoy the 12″ mix below. ‘At The Moment’ is due for release on 20th August. For more information about Mano Le Tough, rather ironically – you can follow his Facebook! He doesn’t spam though, it’s all good.
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