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Cin Cin’s fourteenth release sees the DFA label mainstay, The Juan MacLean, paired up with Zombies In Miami. Nods to British synth pop can be heard on lead cut “Time Out Of Joint”, with its jubilant and optimistic melodies tied to a robust drum machine groove, whilst Juan’s second contribution, “Everywhere At Once” unfurls with a carnival of sound and a spring-like tone that’s perfectly fitting, as bright keys and synth brass tumble forward in this colourful triumph of a track.

Zombies In Miami have been omnipresent on the scene for quite some time now, releasing their infectious music on labels such as CORRESPONDANT, Love On The Rocks and Futureboogie. “Lotus” is some serious business; heavy cowbell hits and a rasping arp riff that packs a punch, it’s production sheen straight out of the 80s soundtrack books! “Dance Of Gopis” has techno chops at the heart of its chugging and dubwise arrangement; it’s a bold cut that features swinging guitar riffs, walls of synths and towers of noise for a truly splendid closing moment on this release.


A production ‘tour de force’ over the last decade, Joe Goddard has had his fingers in many pies (Hot Chip, The 2 Bears, Greco-Roman Soundsystem to name but a few) but it’s on this Cin Cin debut that he bares his solo chops and delivers something for the floor. The darker roots of acid house are channelled on “Jack Come Back”, with a rubbery bassline and churning keys loaded over the vintage drum machine rhythms as the deviant vocal calls out the track title. “Moebius Trip” takes a headier journey through wave upon wave of melodic modular synthesis and crumpled beats, with a nod to Detroit’s techno-soul heritage, whilst packing a punch with the energy levels.

Kiwi has been making huge leaps and bounds with his music over the last few years, racking up memorable releases and remixes on labels like Futureboogie, 17 Steps and Correspondant. He kicks off the new-year with a brace of futuristic disco stompers. “LakE” delivers with punchy drums and frenzied arpeggiation, a chattering vocal dispatches a warm human feel to the cold (but ever so funky) electronics. On “KatE”, double bass slaps against a rigorous rhythm section and haunting pads, as delaying distant voices ping-pong psychedelically across the deck. 


Having made an impact already with releases on Permanent Vacation, Hivern Discs and Young Turks, Pional delivers two cuts of outstanding quality for Cin Cin’s twelfth release. “Time Of The G’s” drops a gritty bassline and perpetual chord stabs over driving drums and a lingering vocal, whilst “Born 2 Be Wild” seductively teases with an infectious arpeggiated melody and wistful strings over 808 drum patterns.

Taking care of the other half of the release, the Brazilian DJ & producer Davis come correct after a slew of releases for Live At Robert Johnson, Endless and Connaisseur Recordings. Spiraling marimbas and 80’s synthwave aesthetics dominate “Clone Heart” as the TR-707 led rhythm packs a punch, and on “Delusions”, Davis ramps up the energy levels for a frenetic Detroit inspired jam that leans heavily on jazz chops and motor city melodies. 



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