Having impressed with a couple of on-point singles last year, D.KO Records founder Mezigue deivers his debut album. As you'd probably expect, it's an entertaining and subtly eclectic affair, with the French producer giddily flitting between loose, jazz-funk influenced house jams, sweaty ghetto-house (see "Accunes Nouvelles D'Alexis"), electrofunk-fuelled "braindance" business, jazzy techno, boogie-tinged deep house, acid-fired Aphex Twin style madness and drowsy, organ-rich electro. It's an arresting and largely off-kilter affair, but one loaded with neat musical touches. For example, barely a track passes without Meringue tweaking an acid bassline or laying down a kaleidoscopic, boogie style synthesizer solo.
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