This super-hot production reminds me of the loose abandon edging out of early-eighties New York as defiant sounds and ideas clashed evolving into a post-disco. It’s the combination of addictively, shuffling drums plus that feeling of being played live as dangerous delays echo and reverberate across the arrangement. That, plus of course the distinctive vocals of Mera De La Rosa which add a teasing, tempting flavour to events. Next the Trans Express Mix accelerates the hi-hats into a shimmering universe, while remixes from DECIUS and TYU each reinvent and shake the foundations via contrasting intensity.
Release: September 24