Review: In the old days, the cross-cultural, cross-genre fusions of Rio de Janeiro-based DJ LK would have been called "beats and breaks". As it is, his wonderfully sunny fusions of samba, bossa nova, jazz-funk, breakbeat and hip-hop could fall between the cracks. That would be a crying shame, as Misturada is as enjoyable a breakbeat-orientated album as you'll hear this year. While there are moments when big basslines and tough drums take over (see the dutty "Nabby Riddim"), for the most part it's a loveably loose, languid and laidback affair, deftly produced by someone who clearly knows what they're doing.
Review: Perhaps this tune is putting forward the theory of how the supposedly deceased husband in Mrs Brown's Boys isn't dead at all - he's actually off galavanting in Rio, as far away from his wife as possible. Perhaps. Or maybe it's actually a cleverly chopped up sample from a Romanthony classic with a techy-disco carnival vibe (less likely we admit, but you never know).