Although its name and type font suggest that its music ought to be showered in '70s disco glitter and flared jeans, Bristol's Durkle Disco actually deals in militant bass sketches by a wide spectrum of young talent from around the globe. As they usually do, Durkle have put together a compilation, except that this latest one represents more of a house flavour compared to some of their recent outings. The opener "Armed" by Body Trouble is actually a seriously fitting piece of stutter house to what unfolds further on in the release; you should check out Unkey's broken garage on "Pho Par", the gorgeous neobass swirls of "Broken" by Jubley, and Lamont's house grime in the string-led "Other Side".
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