Madrid based label Logical present Los Fugazzi next, who are Guadalajara based duo Bernardo Barrera and Messier 83 that serve up some wicked nu-disco grooves like on "Kinetic" with its sleazy cosmic vibe and vintage synth flair reminiscent of Todd Terje. It gets a wicked remix by Rigopolar shortly after; which takes it even further into the stratosphere in more lo-slung fashion. Second original track "Pyromaniac" carries on with some soaring and razor sharp arpeggios with some synth funk-bass that's redolent of Frankie Goes To Hollywood. It too receives a brilliant remix by Aussie duo Somerville & Wilson who accentuate the throwback vibes furthermore, even adding some nice 303 acid squelch into the mix for dramatic effect.
Following well-received outings on Wonder Stories and Logical, Los Fugazzi make their debut on the long running Emerald & Doreen imprint. Hain is their most expansive release yet, with six synth-heavy cuts to choose from. They begin with the psychedelic lead lines and chugging, gently foreboding grooves of "Halahaches", before doffing a cap to Daft Punk, electro-rock and tactile synth boogie on the crunchy "Kran". "Shoort" [sic] is a thrusting, dark Italo-disco throbber of the Rotterdam variety, while "Tanu" tips a wink to minimal wave and early new beat. A solid EP concludes with two versions of "Xalpen": the sparkling stabs and mutant Italo-disco bottom end of the original version, and the stripped back, slightly funkier Alternate Version.