Idjut Boys Cellar Door

Idjut Boys Cellar Door
After a 20-year career that's included spinning "non-conformist" DJ sets, heading labels and hoisting the nouveau-disco flag high on a ton of twelve-inches, it was time for London, UK-based duo Idjut Boys to settle down and make a proper solo album. Cellar Door is the result. Sonically, it's a collection of eight tracks you might find yourself gently bobbing your head to in a Starbucks, circa 1997. With its downtempo, vaguely house-inspired production, it's an album more suited for blowing the foam off of your venti-double-nonfat-mocha-soy-chai-latte than blowing the doors off your local disco. Album highlight "One For Kenny," with its rolling piano-lines and deep, dub-y bass, is one of the few tracks on Cellar Door that has the potential to break out of the album's java house confines and cut a serious figure on the floor. Cellar Door is best suited for lazy days in the park and after-pool-party come downs. (Smalltown Supersound)