- That spectral voice that presides over "I'll Keep On Loving You," the A-side to Walter Jones' debut 12-inch for DFA isn't some Julee Cruise wannabe. It's Jones himself, reverbed to the max, and transformed into a ghostly presence over the slo-motion disco groove that propels the song forward ever so slowly. "I sound just like Luciano Pavarotti in the car, alone, with the radio blaring," Jones told The Fader earlier this year. But this is even better—a perfect complement to one of the most seductive beats you'll hear all year.
"Living Without Your Love" has the same lo-fi feel as its predecessor, picking up oooohs and aaaahs to counterpoint the shampoo synth and sharp-pricked guitar lick (provided by none other than fellow deep house producer Juju). It loses some of the vibe in its instrumental reworking, but unless you want to put your own vocals over top, I suggest you keep with the vocal version anyway. If this track is as big of a hit as it should be on nu-disco dance floors, the clubbers will be begging for it.
A1 I'll Keep On Loving You
B1 Living Without Your Love
B2 Living Without Your Love (Instrumental Rework)