|1.||"Machintosh" (Moscoman edit) (5:14)|
|2.||"Hamathil" (Red Axes edit) (6:50)|
|1.||"Hilbeth" (Rabo & Snob edit) (7:42)|
|2.||"Sorarim" (KMTR edit) (4:48)|
The first volume of Delfonic's Disco Halal series, featuring brilliant re-edits by Acid Arab and Mehmet Aslan of obscure Middle Eastern material, was something of a hit. Four months on, the series returns with another quartet of Arabic dancefloor treats. While ears will undoubtedly be drawn to the intoxicating Lebanese disco of "Sorarim (KMTR Edit)", there are plenty of tasty treats to be found across the EP. We're particularly enjoying the clavinet-heavy slo-mo disco chug of Rabo & Snob's edit of "Hilbeth" and Moscoman's darkly spun, extra-percussive rework of "Machintosh". That said, Red Axes version of "Hamathil" is a certified killer, too.
Local Zero, Maciek Sienkiewicz, Bradley Zero, Alvaro Cabana (Rotten City Records), Juno Recommends Disco, Moscoman For Disco Halal, Eddie C, Neil Diablo, Jamie Fatneck, RED AXES, Rabo And Snob, SHMLSS, Cowboy Rhythmbox
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