As far as vibrant drums, primed full of energy, plus a heavy dose of occasion go then this reworking of Saccobros – Why Not defies a certain logic. Finally appearing on vinyl this 2009 original now gets reworked and jacked-up scoring high on all points care of Franco Cinelli’s excellent, forward thinking remix. It’s not often these days you hear something that feels just that bit different, finding its own path, but this certainly does sequencing brisk percussion together with the eventual charge of heavy stabs alongside the rush of emotive, swirling strings over the course of ten epic minutes. Two new tracks then follow: the intriguing Morph Sense and the probing Dub Sine Of The Moon completing this great release from the Buenos Aires imprint.
Igniting their vinyl-only series of releases is this first of three collaborative productions – hence the title. What’s great here are the range of sounds and styles escaping the usual cliques while offering up an exciting cocktail of ideas. Opening is Leonel Castillo ‘Vibraphonistix’ which sprinkles playful jazzy notation across a suitably cool bassline and shuffling drums all sure to excite the dance floor. Next in line is Jorge Savoretti & Paco Wegmann’s ‘Din Cartier’ which has undulating synths played out across a succession of splashing rhythms, while Fosky’s contrasting ‘Benefits’ gets more rewarding with a thought-provoking array of deeper pads and atmospheres. Finally, Franco Cinelli’s unfussy ‘Mind Out’ sequences smouldering electronics alongside pounding beats to end part 1.
Enjoying yourselves at Paradise this season? Then no doubt you will have encountered either of these two numbers during the course of the night. Haus Boo, delivers fiery Chicago flavours direct to your soul care off infectious basslines and sassy drums galore. While the deeper, Shady fuses more in the way of intense low-end theory together with soaring synth lines plus edgy vocal touches for heightened effect.
Erlin’s Adel and Jan-Eric aka Autotune proceed without due acre and attention to pulzarise your senses into submission via their rousing My Wife Mix of the title track, She. Offsetting its funkier bassline are sizzling drums and repeating, bruising stabs but what perhaps sets this up to ensure your attention is grabbed is its ‘tell-it-like-it-is’ vocal. The Original version feels breezier in comparison with almost jazzy notation colouring the soundscape. The moodier, uncomplicated rhythms of Circles then bounce around in engaging fashion as the equally compelling Mind Judgement feat. Dirty Paul digs deep with dark voices amid throbbing grooves.