The latest missive on admirable Amsterdam institution Night Noise comes from an unfamiliar artist, San Francisco's Dance Station. In fact, the outfit is a collaboration between old friends Layne Fox (member of long-running dub disco collective 40 Thieves) and former Leng artist Josh Praus. Title track "Sirens" is an absolute doozy, all told - a cosmic, deep space dancefloor excursion influenced by the arpeggio-driven throb of Patrick Cowley, sleazy Italo-disco and ricocheting, delay-laden proto-house. The duo hurtles further towards the stars on "Beige & Yellow", a spacey chunk of acid-fired cosmic disco straight out of the top drawer. LA Decadense reworks "Sirens" and adds a fuzzy dub disco flavour, while "Roliva" delivers a wonderfully psychedelic take on "Beige & Yellow" that's probably capable of making perfectly sober people hallucinate vividly.
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