Bringing to mind the endlessly fucked loops of classic eighties and early nineties hits that Oneohtrix Point Never likes to occasionally purvey, Stoner Showers’ “Give Me a Chance” offers up a very similar vision. Fading right into the thick of the trite emotional turmoil so regularly touted by every other eighties ballad, the jam features a prominent sample of 1984 dance number “Give Me the Dance”, by Kym. Drum smacks abound that sound like they’re way slowed down, along with melodramatic wails echoing throughout the tragically short tune. Stoner Showers must be a bit of an audio experimentalist, due to the fact that his only other track that we’re familiar with is the dub-meets-surf-meets indietronic “Welcome Home”, which was eagerly featured on Hearing Gold’s Highlights of 2011 list and on our very own TSQ VOL ELEVEN. Honestly, I don’t care how much sampling the guy does if the rest of his portfolio sounds like Memory Vague. One thing is for sure: we’re hooked, and we will definitely be finding out soon. Do tha right thing, and check out the rest of his scene at his Tumblr, Bandcamp, and Soundcloud; and don’t forget to bust out some dimes so that he keeps busting out music.