Review: Described as coming from an imaginary tropical island somewhere between Netherlands and South-East Asia, Yin Yin is the best thing since Palto Falts reissue of Mariah's Utakata No Hibi LP. This debut album comes off the back of two singles for Les Disques Bongo Joe out of Switzerland and its instant popularity suggests it's something of a hit with Amsterdam's supremely knowledgeable diggers community. For the rest of us there is no denying the western disco touches of "Dis Ko Dis Ko", a number making great use of Donna Summer's timeless "I Feel Love" bassline alongside licks of Indie surf rock guitars. The album revels in a wild west and cosmic approach to post-punk, disco and dub. If Pulp Fiction had a sequel this would be its soundtrack.