Marseille based label The Exquisite Pain is back after a great release by fellow Frenchman Squarewave. Now it's the turn of Mexico's Lemon Mint who has done stuff previously on Hotbox and Deep Sense. He teams up with homeboy Supervo on "Lowriding" a deep, low slung nu-disco jam packed with enough funk and vibes of the cosmic kind for some serious travelling without moving if you know what we mean! Club Bizarre (Days Of Being Wild) deliver a wicked remix which stays true to the original but gives it more adrenalin and added dance-floor mojo. Finally Romanians the Gemini Bros deliver a fully tripped out cosmic excursion with some acidic bass and wonky synth leads to propel you into the cosmos.
Since 2012, Sweden's Tom Tom Disco has been kind of dominating the whole Scandinavian nu-disco thang and, thanks partly to the effort of its founder Richard Rossa, has managed to cement a clear sound and direction to its catalogue. Supernova is here this time and the newcomer sets the scene with the slowly-burning, mid-tempo chugger "Flat Track", which is followed by the housier, more acidic cut "Stratto". "Usual Station" is a more electro-minded nu-school boogie monster, while Rossa's own remix of "Stratto" adds a little dubbiness to the mix. Solid DJ weapons.
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