Swedish veteran Martin Brodin has been busy since a "road to Damascus" style conversion to the disco cause a couple of years back, ditching deep house in favour of heavily electronic nu-disco. Here he pops up on electrofunk-obsessed imprint Mullet with a chugging chunk of midtempo robo-disco. With vocoder vocals, Robotnik-esque bass and plenty of vintage synth touches, it pushes all the right buttons. "Extra Cash Money" dubs the original out a little, adding even more Balearic synth touches and some tasty cowbells, while Casio Social Club offer up a suitably chugging rework that sounds like Giorgio Moroder sparring with Jam & Lewis.
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