Miguel Lobo is yet to fly solo on a release and this time hooks up with Spanish producer Ramiro Lopez for the Timba EP. Sultry female vocals and sexual groans of "Coming Hard" make for seven minutes of sleazy tech house, equalled by the woofing bass, tickled pads, tribal percussion and male vocals of "You Know". Clever sampling and improvisational jazz keys from "Letters From The Other Side" keeps things tropically cool; one for the poolside DJs. The EPs title track "Timba" is reminiscent of Daniel Steinberg's 2009 works for Supdub and Front Room Recordings. Timba also receives a "dub mix" - Miguel Lobo & Ramiro Lopez slightly boosts the originals low end and adds some new horns during and after the break down.
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