Grab the Malaria pills and sun cream: sometime Moiss Musdic man Levantine is taking us on a tropical disco excursion. As you'd expect, it's a humid and sweaty affair. He breaks us in gently via the jaunty synth bass and rainbow synths of "Cosmic Love", before urging is to whip off our shirts to dance to the walking bassline, restless cowbells, sharp strings and hard-wired guitar riffs of "Liquid Disco". "Desire" sees the experienced re-editor craftily reworking a piano-heavy chunk of sleazy, leftfield disco, while "Il Rumore" is a fuzzy but rolling revision of a relatively recent revivalist Afro-disco cut. A happy finish is providing via the filter-heavy disco-house pump of swirling closing cut "Starvue".
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