Fresh from scoring in Juno’s Best Disco of 2017 with Can’t Get Enough, the Soundersons are back with three fine cuts of proper dance music for those who know what’s what.
Headhunters kicks things off with a stripped back 80s analogue groove, driven by organ stabs and chunky drums. Things subtly build before some acid adds the weirdness and we’re locked down.
Make The Music keeps it deep but with added shake and shimmer and a solid bottom end. Vocal hooks, tuned percussion and a drum kit give it a late night beach vibe and the sun doesn’t seem too far away after all.
Finally Brazilian Summer brings the synths for a moodier track and an analogue disco not disco vibe. Latin percussion keeps things swinging and add dynamics as the bass and chords work their magic.
Fingerman – Make the Music is tasty :)
Severino Panzetta (Horse Meat Disco) – Great sound.
Get Down Edits – Very nice production on all 3, Make The Music sounds great.
James Rod – Brazilian is cream!!!
Marius Sommerfeldt (De Fantastiske To) – Great sound.
Jon Pierce / Da Wiseguy – Classy, quirky, cool. Expect nothing less from Paper.
Deep South Audio – Enjoyed the chunky deep vibes of the music .. quality thanks Paper recordings.