Slovenian nu-disco producer Ichisan has had a slow but steady career since first appearing back in 2008, but he's turned into one of the more reliable figures working in the field, combining thick-set basslines with a cosmic flourish that feels more contemporary than rooted in the past. His first appearance on Internasjonal is another winner, featuring two pieces of music that sound like the perfect half-way point between Todd Terje's poppier inclinations and Lindstrom's progressive structures. "Kristina" sounds almost like the closing credits for an '80s action movie combined with a bit of disco funk thrown into the mix. "Hoppsa" on the other hand is a track you could expect to hear on a sun-drenched terrace in the Balearic isles drinking a cocktail - in other words, pure fun.
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