Over the last few years, Mexican producers have delivered some of the sleaziest and most hedonistic nu-disco and revivalist Italo-disco around. Zombies in Miami have been responsible for more than many of their contemporaries, chiefly via killer EPs on Love on the Rocks, Correspondant and Bordello a Parigi. They're at it again here, too. You'll struggle to find a better combination of druggy Italo-style arepeggio lines and sun-kissed, head-in-the-clouds Balearic influences than that heard on "Primitive", while the thrillingly dubby and surprisingly foreboding "Tazane" is the aural equivalent of stumbling into a pitch-black after-party while vividly hallucinating. Jonathan Kasuma does a good job re-casting the latter track as a low-slung, post-punk influenced chugger, while Mijo's remix of "Primitive" is a cheekily lo-fi, off-kilter Italo-disco affair.
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