'Soul is about authenticity, it's about honesty, it's about self-expression stripped bare.
So how does that connect to the machine age? After all, electronic music can't have soul in its strictest sense, not in the sense of Otis, Aretha, Marvin and Stevie.
The Slow Revolt though, is trying to do both. A South Londoner, Joe Mirza's production techniques are steeped in post-dubstep, in the clinical, chrome-plated finish of Mount Kimbie, say.
Yet he's also steeped in a soul lineage which runs from Curtis Mayfield to the 21st century. With his soft, glistening voice, The Slow Revolt's emotive delivery is set against the most frozen of arrangements.
New single 'All Your Own' will be released on October 8th, but Clash have the premiere. Brimming with promise and ideas'