While little is known about Eagles For Hands AKA Brighton producer Laurie James Ross, it doesn’t stop him from blessing us with this sugary piece of carefully crafted glitch pop.

Don’t be fooled though, Ross hasn’t gone completely unnoticed in his production career. Influential American music and culture magazine XLR8R picked ‘Glitterall’ out of the ether back in October 2012, and considering the magazine has documented the rise of acts such as Disclosure and Bondax their recognition of the track alone bodes well for Eagles For Hands.

‘Glitterall’ itself makes resourceful use of some chopped up, pitched-up vocal samples and wraps them around a dreamy synth lead. Throw in there some choice claps, snares and hi-hats and Eagles For Hands can do no wrong.

The Brighton producer leaves the listener wanting more, and it looks like we will have to wait for the moment, as there is no sign of any new music just yet.

Words by Patrick Swift
Tip courtesy of Rob Platts

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