Acid Pauli and Nico Stojan’s Ouïe label acts as home for left-of-centre music from disparate sources - somehow connected by a thread of hedonism with a melancholic edge. Welcoming Kerela Dust to the imprint, this four tracker showcases the different dance floor shades the label always reaches. Kerala Dust are a London based trio that owe as much to Tom Waits as they do to Four Tet or DJ Koze, but somehow tread a fascinating line between genres and moods. Mixing jazz, indie and the sharper end of the club sound, Francesca’s Frames is the perfect introduction to their vibe. ‘Maria’ is augmented with a thick, mid tempo kick and sparse, effective percussion. The clever vocals provide the topping - showcasing the band’s pop writing prowess. The track will appear as a single release on 6th Aprila accompanied by a music video. Acid Pauli and Nico Stojan’s remix picks up the pace a little, while dubbing out the elements into deep, late night dance exploration. ‘Nyla’ brings a new vibe, deep, pulsing synths and a bubbling baseline accompany the crisp, compressed rhythm track before Ed’s iconic croon arrives to take the track to a new level.