It's been an epic year so far for Milos Djordjevic. Kicking off with his debut album and a string of lavish originals on the likes of Editorial, Midnight Riot and Manuscript, here we find him launching his own label Disco Fruit, and he's doing it with a vibrant trio of cuts that sit pretty in the endless green pastures between the lands of house and disco. "Bring Out The Love" wades into the fray with a lolloping DFA style bassline and Paqua-style slinky guitar washes, "Don't Make Me Wait" struts with Joey Negro-level string-striking disco fever while "Keep Moving" ups the jack factor with a set of crunchy drums, an array of cosmic disco bubbles and a bassline so funky you'll be convinced it's 2003 all over again. Guaranteed to bring out the love, Tonbe continues to smash 2014 into smithereens.
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