Review: Italian veteran Salvatore Stallone serves up two slices of disco from the leftfield side on his own Polyritmia label, drawing heavily on Italy's own experimental musical heritage. With its wukka-wukking guitar loop that builds to a squelchy, heavily effected solo, 'Livinig Jump Ana Log' is the more overtly 'discofied' in the traditional sense, albeit still one for open-minded crowds only (it'd clear the floor at your average wedding reception!), while 'Goce The Dub' is a darker, chuggier affair that's one-part cosmic/Italo to two-parts acid house and Detroit techno, and that features a very 80s-sounding synth solo as it reaches its climax.
Review: Originally released on vinyl back in 2016, here is some disco not disco, techno not techno and jazz not jazz: 6 L 6 & Co. is a duo formed by Daniele Brenca and Salvatore Stallone. Influences of post psychedelic rock are present, but also by darker techno vibes as well. The spaced out dub experiment of "Voice From Juno" will have you travelling without moving, while the futurist jazz funk of "Where Is My Island" has a lively energy to it that proves that the duo certainly honed their skills on-stage. Stallone is said to have been a DJ and producer since 1974, which figures. Here's hoping the label's sophomore release will become available digitally too.