Highway Motion Clap Hands / Double O One Disco

    Freestyle Records
    • Highway Motion – Clap Hands
    • Highway Motion – Double O One Disco
    • 1. Clap Hands
    • 2. Double O One Disco

    In 1980, Clap Hands and Double O One Disco were recorded under the name 'Highway Motion' - intended by Humphrey as "raw experimental tracks" they were both laid down on a 4-track and subsequently released on the DIY Star Records imprint. Rough, grooving, candid and playful; these two tracks seem to somehow simultaneously meld the burgeoning brit-funk sound of the early 80s with a riotous post-punk edge, along with a good dollop of synth-led library music.

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