Since surfacing with a terrific debut EP for Matias Aguayo's Comeme imprint in 2009, Mexican maverick Rebolledo has been on a fast track to the top. This long awaited debut album expands on his peculiar but invigorating take on house and techno, offering up a selection of tracks that veer from the raw and brutal to the cute and cuddly. In between, there are collaborations aplenty (most notably with Superpitcher and many of his Comeme label mates), Mungolian Jetset-ish vocal outings, Krautrock-inspired weird-outs (check the hypnotic "Aire Calliente" and its two-minute beatless intro), a dash of dubbed-out South American synth pop and even a brutal electro-fisco workout inspired by a high profile US car brand. Deliciously bonkers.
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