Review: So far, Dublin's Future Bones (aka Leo Pearson & Stephen Mulhall) have sounded fairly electro-pop on their limited output. Here however they've worked a bigger, guitar-driven thrust into their sound and come across as either recent Arcade Fire or U2 attempting electro depending on your taste. We reckon it's somewhere in the middle. Elsewhere the Edge-like chiming guitar riff remains in both a punk-funky mix by Tici Taci and a cosmic Italo disco rework by Mr Cogs.
Review: There seems be a move away from re-edits in the disco scene of late, with producers opting for original recordings instead of just sticking a bigger kick under someone else's classic. Here, highlights include the Terminator-style disco noir of "Meccanica Futurista", the immense sleaze of Castillo and Thomass Jackson's doom-disco joint "No Wifi At The Attic" and the Daniel Molosso-style warped electro-disco of "Round One". The sound of all the good stuff that's happening in disco today.