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Indigo EP
Indigo EP (12")
Cat: SNDW 12041. Rel: 07 Feb 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Tripping Up (4:51)
  2. Indigo (4:29)
  3. Jungle Groove (5:34)
  4. Boogie Meltdown (4:10)
Review: So far we've yet to hear a duff track or release from Flamingo Pier, a hybrid Anglo-Kiwi crew whose vibrant and colourful music combines a plethora of musical influences in pursuit of disco-fired dancefloor gold. There's tons of goodness to be found throughout their latest collection of cuts, from the drowsy, Holy Ghost style deep disco warmth of opener "Tripping Up", to the sprightly '80s electrofunk brilliance of "Boogie Meltdown". Sandwiched in between you'll find two more heaters: the kaleidoscopic, synth-heavy nu-disco cheeriness of "Indigo" and "Jungle Groove", a tight and throbbing proto-house number that sounds like the missing link between Paul Simpson and Escort.
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Latin Parang
Cat: SNDW 12040. Rel: 06 Dec 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Colleen Grant - "Latin Parang" (6:36)
  2. Sandra Hamilton - "Parang Jam" (4:53)
Review: Expert reissue label Soundway look to 1980s Trinidad & Tobago for their latest rare gem. Two cuts of "Parang" - a sort of South American folk music originated from Venezuelan and Colombian immigrants and later infused with Caribbean rhythms, disco and soca vibes. As such both tunes are impossibly sunny, uplifting and loose groovers that will work dance floors into a spin at any time of year. Colleen Grant's take on the style is driven by a neat funk baseline coupled with her glorious vocals, while Sandra Hamilton's is more down and dirty with rump wiggling drums.
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Atlas
Atlas (12")
Cat: SNDW 12038. Rel: 01 Nov 19
International
  1. Jbit Aala Khiam (11:34)
  2. Aha Yazine Kaymaltou (7:17)
  3. Hyatti (8:04)
  4. Yogi Yamahssar (4:33)
Review: Soundway's latest cross-cultural missive is the result of a one-off 2018 studio session in Marrakech involving Belgrade-based Tapan - an act known for pushing a particularly dystopian take on techno and industrial music - and "electrified desert blues" group Generation Taragalte. It would be fair to say that the resultant music is thrillingly unique. Opener "Jbit Aala Khiam" is particularly impressive, with Generation Taragalte's psychedelic guitars, vocals and percussion rising above Tapan's pulsing, droning electronics over 11 mesmerising minutes. The squally saxophones, up-tempo rhythms, moody aural textures and chanted vocals of "Aha Yazine Kaymaltou" also make a big impression, as does the spaced-out Saharan psychedelia of "Hyatti". If it's fiendish fuzziness you're after, the EP's closing cut has that covered, too.
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