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LISTEN TO VOYEUR’S LOW-SLUNG KERRI CHANDLER COLLABORATION, ‘PATRON SAINT’

The UK duo’s debut album lands on Kaoz Theory next week…

Voyeur hit Kerri Chandler’s Kaoz Theory label later this month (Monday 31st October) with their debut album, ‘I’. We’ve got the exclusive play of ‘Patron Saint’ from it below.

Real names Benson Herbert and Leo Picking, Voyeur broke through in February 2012 with a remix of Bombay Bicycle Club’s ‘How Can You Swallow So Much Sleep’. Soon after Kerri Chandler invited them to release on his Madhouse and Madtech imprints.

Subsequently representing one of the most exciting young partnerships in UK electronic music, Chandler has collaborated with the pair for two tracks on ‘I’, and his trademark production skills are all over ‘Patron Saint’, which generates a low-slung groove from start to finish.

The launch party for Voyeur’s ‘I’ was held at London’s Phonox on Sunday 25th September, where Chandler’s record bag was stolen from the DJ booth during his gig. Fortunately, it was returned by the thieves after an online plea from the New Jersey legend.

Listen to the exclusive premiere of Voyeur’s ‘Patron Saint’, co-produced by Kerri Chandler, below.

Rob McCallum is DJ Mag’s deputy digital editor. Follow him on Twitter here

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