|1.||Dorsi Plantar - "Senorita Lolita" (5:46)|
|2.||Sune - "Californicate" (7:18)|
|1.||Long Island Sound - "Ease In" (5:19)|
|2.||Ethyene - "Good" (feat Folamour & Marc Bianco) (6:36)|
To kick-start its 2018 release programme, Kyoku Records has decided to offer up its first multi-artist EP. Fittingly, the producers featured have all previously released solo singles on the Melbourne-based imprint. Dorsi Plantar steps up first with "Senorita Lolita", a bumping chunk of starry-eyed peak-time warmth marked out by jaunty jazz-funk bass, spacey chords and lilting melody lines, before Sune doffs a cap to disco and jazz-funk-loving Detroit house superstar Andres on the superb "Californication". Turn to the flipside for Long Island Sound's sinewy, string-drenched loop jam "Ease In" (think Pepe Bradock's "Deep Burnt" after a fistful of anti-depressants) and the bumpin', jazzy disco-house brilliance of Ethyene's "Good", which features contributions from Folamour and Marc Bianco.
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