Mexican label Disque Discos now presents Aristidez with "Trepanacion" (original mix) which gets that indie dance style in the vein of Correspondant or Multi Culti in full effect. Then "Una Sombra en la Esquina" a dark electro-noir thriller that is equal parts sexy and will get some really sleazy moments on the dancefloor in effect: guaranteed. The remix by homeboy Inigo Vontier up next injects more attitude and swagger into it: in a way that even Moscoman would notice! Some Mexican spices, trippy atmosphere and dark delights on offer here.?
13 months after wowing us with a Multi-Culti style druggy disco debut on Disque-Discos, Daniel Aristidez finally delivers his second salvo via another fast-rising Mexican label, Calypso. He begins in similar fashion, wrapping breathy female vocalizations around a chugging, tribal-tinged groove on the atmospheric and ear-pleasing "Nada Nada (Original Mix)", before layering up the drum machine hits, tribal vocals and Latin hand percussion on EP highlight "Reyerta (Original Mix)". Aristidez navigates a course through feverish Amazonian rhythms, raw analogue bass and psychedelic electronics on the superb "Ecoca", while Simple Symmetry brilliantly re-imagine "Nada Nada" as a bustling and percussive chunk of Middle Eastern disco delight.