Sharing common musical cause with their Black Hole debut last month, ‘Electric Love’ (released today – https://blackhole.lnk.to/electriclove) is every inch the natural successor to the mesmerizing ‘Villaneve’. Singers, songwriters and producers Sue McLaren & Suzanne Chesterton formed the group after their musical kinship grew too attuned to ignore. One listen to ‘Electric Love’ will tell you all you need to know about that heaven-sent affinity. As with its predecessor, the drive generated by the power of its bass & drum is beautifully camouflaged by refinements taking place higher up ‘Electric Love’s range. Trading not in the melancholic, the euphoric, or even - strictly speaking - the harmonic, it exists in its own musical space - a captivatingly transcendent sound hovering elusively shy of definition. The singles are the first produce to come from what Siskin cryptically refers to as “our massive lockdown project”. What that means, real terms, only 2022 will tell.