Brazilian scalpel fiend Selvagem has been on fine form in recent times, delivering essential EPs for Disco Halal, B.I.S (Beats In Space's lesser-known re-edit offshoot), and Barefoot Beats. Given this impressive track record, it's little surprise to see him starring on Dicky Trisco's long-running Disco Deviance label. "Chitty Disco" is a grunting, throbbing, horn-heavy delight, with Selvagem successfully beefing up the bottom-end whilst retaining the original's natural swing. Flipside "Pontonic Por Favor" is an altogether more South American flavoured treat, with lazy tumpet lines tumbling down over carnival-ready disco beats and a slick, synth-heavy groove. There are occasional chanted vocals, too, which should have the more enthusiastic dancers singing along on the dancefloor.
RiCHARD.GEAR (Whiskey Pickle), JOUTRO MUNDO, Dicky Trisco, Aaron Dae (Razor-N-Tape), Cedric Woo, Shawn Ryan (Universal Cave), Jacques Renault, FINGERMAN, JP Source, Juno Recommends Disco, Frank Booker, Eddie C, JKriv (Razor-N-Tape), Osmose, Sleazy Beats Recordings, Dejan "Funky Junkie" Gavrilovic, Peter Croce (Rocksteady Disco)
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