The Italian disco masters are back in stock with four heavy funk-fuelled cut on vinyl.
Cabasa has off-kilter bass, Rhodes, dirty drums and grainy samples knitted together in to a groove heavy enough to get your Gran going. Hypnotic, trippy disco at its finest.
Congo Club goes full cowbell and 80s drums. A chanted vocal wonks out over a Rhodes that weaves all kind of magic, then the lead drops and critical mass is reached.
The title track cracks on at a pace with synth strings, flanging bass, distorted drums and keys tying it all together. Latin percussion is dropped over a a sung sample and the swing is on.
Summer of Sam takes a more soulful diversion but keeps a foot firmly in the disco camp. The track builds with spacey atmospherics in to something that will work in any situation.
A2: Respect the Funk
B1: Congo Club
B2: Summer of Sam
10 in stock
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