While Mexico's electronic music scene is arguably getting more press coverage than ever before, little has yet been written about off-the-radar duo Dark Punk Hippies. They've been bubbling under for some time, releasing exspanive EPs and epic singles for Spa in Disco. Now they've joined Thunder Jam, offering up a suitably sizable package that backs their original version of "Janko's Drug" - a pleasingly loose and elastic fusion of flute-laden Balearic bliss, lo-fi bleeps, acid-influenced funk-rock and squeezable, boogie style nu-disco flavours - with no fewer than ten titanic reworks. These range from the warm, deep and woozy flex of Situation's drowsy nu-disco interpretation and Kellini's killer, revivalist synth-funk take, to the deliciously low-slung vibe of Planet Jumper's trippy dub disco revision.
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