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Monster package of edits that standout from the rest because they are daring, off the beaten track and covering a wide range of genres. The last two Belpaeses set up the bar pretty high and this third instalment is no less.
You are greeted on the A side (in its full splendor) by 'Vai di Samba', a gentle yet energetic 80s synth rich brazillian underrated tune with sweet vocals and that casio-flavoured piano typical from this era. The climatic sax mid way through this track is pure glory.
On the B side you get an italo-tinged 80s Italian female pop beauty that could have easily come out from the 'Call Me By Your Name' soundtrack that, by the way, is also excellent. The beat is rushed but by no means stressful. It possibly can cause some heads to turn - for good reasons though.
The third edit is the one for me. A drum reach, vocal free fest called 'Electrosamba'. The title says it all - althoug the emphasis goes on the samba and not the electro. A great tool for alternative peak times.
This label does fly off the shelf. We are getting some copies but do get yours now or repent in future times!
Sil says: Part three of a label coming strong into the overcrowded world of edits. These ones, however, are pretty good and varied from the ordinary run of the mill stuff out there. Definitely one to go for.
A1. Vai Di Samba
B1. Fonde E Confonde