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11 Jun 12
Played by: Hrdvsion, Kid Who, Juno Recommends Minimal/Tech House, Leri Ahel (Mutant Disco Radio Show), DJS Pareja, Fab Mayday, Michael Mayer, Green Velvet
Review: Comeme's latest release offers tripped out, psychedelic house at its finest. "Shake" by Cowboy Rhythmbox is like an update on 90s US house, its muscular drums, dubby bassline and percussive licks housing a strangely infectious call and response vocal. "Quiero Bailar" by Sano is built from similar elements - only this time it's a sassy, sexy Spanish vocal that's pitted against stirring strings and hammering drums. The title track, a collaboration between Capracara and The District Union, opts for a different approach, with a searing bass underpinning eerie synths and trippy 303 riffs. DJs Pareja's "Tacha" is in the same general category, with huge, whooshing filters and a pulsing, acid-layered bassline providing the impetus. Highly recommended.
12 Nov 12
Review: South American heroes DJs Pareja have been taking their time breaking through since Matias Aguayo picked up on them back in '09, but this forthright single for Comeme should see them score some fresh fans. Lead track "De La Cabeza" is a canny update on the electroclash scene with a grinding bassline dominating the mix but tweaked with a modern twist to avoid sounding too pastiche, while the duo's vocals come in as cold a tone as they could muster from their passionate Latino roots. "No Paren" finds them in a more aggressive rave mode, focusing on pounding drums and more jagged synth work in a track that would make for a great DJ tool as much as it stands strong on its own.
17 Oct 11
Played by: Visti
29 Jun 09