The EP series returns with more outlaws from San Francisco, Mexico, Japan, Portugal and err, Nottingham causing havoc on dance floors worldwide.
Mr Tea is back, this time remixing Praus and he’s turned in a deep house, space disco banger. Tribal drums, analogue B-line and heavy atmospherics result in a 4am melon twister of a track.
Tokyo resident R-04’s ‘Kanbanwa’ is 4.38 of perfectly formed deep disco garage. Heavy beats blend with synth jams to make way for the popping bass played by Mike Watt of Minutemen and The Stooges fame. That’s right, as in Iggy Pop.
For Torn Sail’s Treasure, Tiago follows up his epic Birds remix on Claremont 56 with balearic headlights turned to full beam. A nagging synth bass bounces along as organ, effected vocals and live drums create a mood that’s just lovely.
Finally, Picotropico takes things deep with stripped back house track ‘Oslove’ that uses samples, percussion and drums to take us deep into the jungle. Halfway through, things pick as the pulsing bass starts to drive a perfect blend of early doors / late night house music.
Bill Brewster: “Really like the Tiago remix!”
DJ Rocca: “Oslove is great!”
Sean Johnston (ALFOS) : “Some crackers on here but the Praus is really doing it for me the most!”
Fingerman: “Some lovely balearic moments here!”
Chris Massey: “Kanban Wa is absolute killer but that Tiago remix is aces!!!”
James Rod: “Full support!!!”
Robot 84: “quality tunes as always, lovin the balearic downtempo tune by Torn Sail”