The prodigious Mullet imprint rounds off a bumper 2012 with a festive treat from label regulars Dato. As with much of the original material released by Mullet, "Bangkok" rides a joyous wave of 80s disco synths, melancholic melodies and bubbling bottom end. With the addition of some delightfully Balearic pianos and a cute indie-dance vocal, "Bangkok" could sit comfortably beside songs from Holy Ghost!, Poolside and Mitzy. Remix wise, Casio Social Club cuts up the vocals and emphasizes the squelchy bass, while Dato provide a delicious dub. It's fragrant, spicy and warming, like mulled wine for the ears. Sup up!
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