The reduction of pop music to it's core attributes of the catchy and the delightful, with a smattering of the fantastic mixed in, and an urbane sense of color and good taste: this is the reputation that Jeremy Jay has earned after releasing just a few 45s. His debut album A Place Where We Could Go [KLP187] was awaited with bated breath, but first "Alpharhythm": the canonical slice of Jeremy's rapidly growing oeuvre, an infectious dance pop anthem, and "Moonbeam Window", which explores the introverted, fantasy-laden elements of his inner psyche. A simply ravishing combination equally at home on either the dance floor or AM radio. K is happy to release "Alpharhythm" and "Moonbean Window" as the latest volume of our International Pop Underground series.
THIS IS INTERNATIONAL POP UNDERGROUND VOL. CXVII