For the first three tracks he injects a kind of technicoloured energy into the classic UKG formular. A bit like what Zomby did with hardcore breakbeat on “Where Were U in ‘92”.
Side B sees more 4/4 avenues explores with “Flashposergio” possessing an almost trance-like sugar rush and a hugely anthemic chorus, with “Kenan & Kergio” concluding proceedings with a rugged hip-house cut with a west coast feelin’ and utilizing that’s classic Funkadelic “Flashlight” sample to devastating effect. Recommended!
STAFF COMMENTSMatt says: Tasty smattering of underground dance tracks from this Brazilian producer. Deploying a satisfying amount of heft, ruffage and presha in large quantities this should nice up any dance session.
A1. Desista Da Cidade
A2. Rola Uns
B2. Kenan & Kergio