Given his passion for fusing contemporary dance music with a giddy array of global sounds, it's little surprise to see Brian D'Souza AKA Auntie Flo popping up on Moscoman's Disco Halal label. There's something particularly alluring about "Baba", a suitably deep, woozy and intoxicating house cut that sees him wrap heady hand percussion, exotic flute lines and sun-kissed chords around a Middle East inspired rhythm track. He explores similar sonic territory on the slightly bolder - but no less melodious - "Kabsa", while "Ras" sounds like an unlikely Arabic fusion of Pet Shop Boys' "West End Girls" and the intoxicating "ethno-house" of Nicola Cruz. Speaking of which, Cruz pops up to deliver a typically sparse but percussive take on "Kabsa" that helps lift the EP to even greater heights.
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