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Contemporary disco is an unpredictable beast, none more perfectly defined by this new album by Strictly Grooves' Daughters & Sons. Take opener "Klaus" for example, which starts as moody electroclash before dropping some piano house into the mix. Further on we encounter a dispora of the kind of eclectic sounds favoured by fans of Richard Sen, HMD and Pete Herbert: the sweltering fly-buzz-dub of "Constance", the hypnotic Afro house of "Savana" the far out electro-funk of "Sugar" and the exquisite homage to Debbie Harry down the Paradise Garage, "Blondie".

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