Tom Tom Disco founder Richard Rossa has been part of the European electronic music scene for the past four years, releasing fluid, synth-heavy blends of Italo, nu-disco and deep house on a variety of labels. Here he returns to his own label with a three-track blast of undulating goodness. "Ramvong" sets the tone, offering an attractive fusion of raw analogue synths, live-sounding drums and vivid electronic melodies. "Draco" flips the script a little, focusing the action around a thunderous, rave-influenced synth bassline and wonky riffs. Best of all, though, is Justin Robertson's rework of "Ramvong", which morphs the Stockholm native's breezy original into a head-pounding chunk of acid-tinged Italo-disco.
Swedish nu-disco troubadour Richard Rossa is back with a short and sweet two-tracker. "Party Time" is a rousing retro roller, with tension building guitar licks and a vintage soul chant, intent on taking us to a better world. "The Veal" is an absolutely killer tune that begins like an early '80s US TV theme, before flowering into an utterly infectious (and slightly surreal) disco funker.
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