We all feel prone at given moments in our everyday lifestyle, especially with music. The only problem is, we are genetically coded to avoid bait. To avoid traps because of the way it looks, feels, smells or tastes. But this is the Hooking Line. Every day you will be reeled into something new that is remotely different from what you are used to generically hearing. It will be handpicked from a completely randomized genre. New or old, it will not matter. All that matters is if you are brave enough to take the bite.

Today’s feature of the Hooking Line is setting an entirely different course from yesterday’s and taking us to 1979, when Disco reigned supreme and heavy, thick scented musks were defined as man. The original version of this song was on record and lasted about ten minutes long, compiled with random assortments of telephone ringings and woman with soft-spoken and sexually arousing voices. This, however, is a much shorter version and is most definitely not my doing. Enjoy the trip, savvy.

Danny Barrow – Telephones