Review: With the DJ Supermarkt-helmed 'Too Slow To Disco' series now up to Vol 439 (or something), you should be familiar with the concept by now. This, though, is one of their occasional series of re-edit EPs rather than a compilation album, and finds French DJ/producer Vibes4YourSoul delving deep into Brazilian music - about which this writer knows very little, so we'll have to forego the whole "ID-ing sources" routine for this one! Still, if laidback grooves built for poolside chillin' are your thing you'll find same here in abundance, while if you're looking for something a little more floor-friendly then 'Joia Da Bahia' is your best bet.
Review: If warming, glassy-eyed midtempo disco niceness is your thing, we'd heartily recommend this languid, sun-drenched edits offering from the Too Slow To Disco camp. It's packed to the rafters with toasty, afternoon-ready fare that's arguably best listened to while decked out in boat shoes, pastel-coloured shorts and a stripy t-shirt. HOLDTight steps up first with the head-nodding, saucer-eyed shuffle of future yacht disco classic 'Be My Love 2Nite', before Delfonic offers up a fine rearrangement of an obscure, breathy and seductive disco gem full of prominent Moog synth sounds, jaunty pianos and whispered vocals. 'Jorge's Pipa' by Jack Tennis is a fine, floor-friendly tweak of a disco-era Brazilian gem, while Those Guys From Athens' '4 Your Love' is a seductive disco slow jam straight from the top shelf.