Mexican producer Inigo Vontier releases his fifth EP, including a massive remix from Tolouse Low Trax of Salon Des Amateurs. Vontier claims that since he was young, he's been immersed in the culture of the Mexican Aztecs and Mayas. Seen from Europe, his assertion can seem puzzling; but to him this hybridisation makes sense, expressing the dreams of people steeped in such mystique. Moreover, he states proudly that he's here to help the Mexican dance music scene to reach its deserved credibility, along with homegrown heroes such as Rebolledo (Pachanga Boys/Hippie Dance). The slow burning and atmospheric "Aluxes" comes by way of Italo via Kompakt style techno. "Patito" gets it on much darker and energetically: perfect to create dancefloor drama and will appeal to fans of the Correspondant sound. Equally brooding is "Macaco" but the aforementioned remix by Dusseldorf hero Detlef Weinrich takes it down a notch and into a nice tool styled remix for cruise control on the dancefloor.
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