|1.||Waze & Odyssey - "I Can't Hear You (Dance)"|
|2.||Deadly Sins - "Don't You Know"|
|1.||Fil Lavin - "You Are So Not Good For Me"|
|2.||Sellouts - "Envy"|
The Sccucci Manucci label has done a fine job of handpicking artists on the rise for their releases to date, collaring the likes of Casino Times, Francis Inferno Orchestra and Toomydisco as well as the odd established name like Jacques Renault. The label's fourth release Forza Quattro is still grounded in the disco/house sensibility that has served them so well, though the presence of Waze & Oddysey demonstrates the Sccucci A & R team are willing to deviate. The elusive US pair are in the midst of a hot patch right now with releases already burning on Body Work and Southern Fried and plenty more due over the coming months, so their presence here is a real coup. "I Can't Hear You" sounds vaguely like a extra bouncy cover of the classic "RIP Groove" and definitely ranks alongside their output to date. Alongside this the white vinyl EP has tempo traversing contributions from Fil Lavin, Sellouts and Deadly Sins, with the latter's slow and chuggy "Don't You Know" a particular highlight.
Mukatsuku Records Chart, Slothboogie, Oscar Brown (Low Slung), Ronnie Turner(Blunted Funk Project), Jacques Renault, WOLF Music, Dave Allison (Editorial), Superbreak, Mike O'Mara, Mike W - Kolour LTD, Roberto Rodriguez, Juno Recommends Disco, Giant Cuts, I Love Disco!, BICEP, Osmose, The Ivory Boy, Sleazy Beats Recordings, Seahorse & Castle, Sccucci Manucci, Ruben & Ra, Sellouts, The Unity Agency, Manuel Sahagun, Get Down Edits, Disco Dirtbox, Magnetic Soul, Desos
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