Matias Aguayo's Comeme imprint is one of the most refreshing dance labels of recent years precisely because it doesn't follow a pre-determined path. As this compilation shows, Comeme's approach is refreshingly chaotic, even when the same artist is concerned. For example, Ana Helder's contributions range from heavy, grainy jack tracks such as Aguayo's take on "El Groove De Tu Corazon" to low-slung, cowbell-infested disco like "Eat Me (Carisma version)" and the Rhodesy work-out of "Beating PC". The rest of the release follows this charmingly off the wall direction, with Gladkazuka delivering a dark synth groove and Aguayo himself dipping into relentless ghetto techno on "De Oporto A Paras".
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