Soundersons slowly expanding discography is chock full of high-grade material, so it's little surprise to find that their latest Midnight Riot outing is also rather good. "Sopa De Tomate", in particular, is excellent - an ear-pleasing chunk of post-boogie/nu-disco goodness rich in chanted Italian vocal samples, bright synthesizer riffs, warm bass and densely layered percussion breaks. Label boss Yam Who provides a typically slick and soul-fired modern disco interpretation full to bursting with his trademark tasty instrumentation, before Glaswegian disco don Al Kent serves up an instrumental revision that sounds like it could have been made in Brooklyn in 1979. Bonus cut "He Doesn't Love Me", meanwhile, is a sparse and atmospheric late night nu-disco jam blessed with seriously rubbery synth-bass.
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