Review: Under the Tuxedo alias, Jake Dutton and Mayer Hawthorne have previously delivered two superb albums of revivalist boogie, disco and '80s soul for Stones Throw Records. For album number three - their first in two years - the pair has moved label, though musically it's business as usual. That means hot-to-trot early-to-mid-80s grooves, superb soulful vocals, colourful synthesizer motifs, rubbery slab bass and more club-ready, radio-friendly cuts that you can shake a stick at. Pleasingly there are plenty of high profile guests this time round, too; check, for example, the synth-boogie/rap fusion of MF Doom hook-up "Dreaming In The Daytime", the slow and seductive goodness of the Prince-ish "Extra Texture" (featuring Dam Funk) and the smooth but bustling "Toast 2 Us", where Dutch artist Benny Sings provides lead vocals. A triumph!