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Hot on the heels of Guinu's modern Brazilian jazz-funk opus 'Palago' LP, comes an exceptional remix 12' of four standout album tracks. For the A1, Jose Marquez flips the title track into a percussion-heavy and hypnotic Afro-Latin house burner, a masterful future classic of a mix that feels all but destined for late night Louie Vega or Osunlade sets. Faze Action harks back to their early-2000s vibe with their loungey beat-driven reimagining of 'Haja Fe'. On the flip, RNT stalwart Diogo Strausz takes the angular 'Electromandinga' into the stratosphere, with anthemic synth melodies, rousing bloco percussion and interstellar vocal treatments. Rounding out the EP, well-loved Brazilian producer Carrot Green gives 'Porao de Ferro' an 80s boogie makeover, complete with dubbed out vocals and funky synth bass work over bouncy analog beats.
Hot on the heels of Guinu's modern Brazilian jazz-funk opus 'Palago' LP, comes an exceptional remix 12' of four standout album tracks. For the A1, Jose Marquez flips the title track into a percussion-heavy and hypnotic Afro-Latin house burner, a masterful future classic of a mix that feels all but destined for late night Louie Vega or Osunlade sets. Faze Action harks back to their early-2000s vibe with their loungey beat-driven reimagining of 'Haja Fe'. On the flip, RNT stalwart Diogo Strausz takes the angular 'Electromandinga' into the stratosphere, with anthemic synth melodies, rousing bloco percussion and interstellar vocal treatments. Rounding out the EP, well-loved Brazilian producer Carrot Green gives 'Porao de Ferro' an 80s boogie makeover, complete with dubbed out vocals and funky synth bass work over bouncy analog beats.
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Palago Remixes
Artist: Guinu
Format: Vinyl
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Hot on the heels of Guinu's modern Brazilian jazz-funk opus 'Palago' LP, comes an exceptional remix 12' of four standout album tracks. For the A1, Jose Marquez flips the title track into a percussion-heavy and hypnotic Afro-Latin house burner, a masterful future classic of a mix that feels all but destined for late night Louie Vega or Osunlade sets. Faze Action harks back to their early-2000s vibe with their loungey beat-driven reimagining of 'Haja Fe'. On the flip, RNT stalwart Diogo Strausz takes the angular 'Electromandinga' into the stratosphere, with anthemic synth melodies, rousing bloco percussion and interstellar vocal treatments. Rounding out the EP, well-loved Brazilian producer Carrot Green gives 'Porao de Ferro' an 80s boogie makeover, complete with dubbed out vocals and funky synth bass work over bouncy analog beats.
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