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|1.||"Cham Bomb" (Photay remix) (4:58)|
|2.||"Why So Angry" (Sarathy Korwar remix) (3:11)|
|3.||"Search It Out" (Dengue Dengue Dengue remix) (5:27)|
|1.||"Iyesa" (Daisho remix) (6:42)|
|2.||"Tribes" (Al Zanders remix) (7:11)|
When it was released back in 2017, Penya's debut album "Super Liminal" was praised for its unique fusion of Afro-Latin elements and contemporary electronics. This EP, where like-minded artists provide their own takes on the London band's 21st century global fusion, is not only appropriate, but also long overdue. Highlights are plentiful, too, from the woozy horns, chiming melodies and metronomic jazz-house beats of Photay's fine revision of "Cham Bomb", to the squeezy acid bass of Al Zanders' deep Balearic house take on "Tribes", via the layered African vocal harmonies and sunrise sweetness of Dengue Dengue Dengue's brilliant version of "Search It Out". Sarathy Korwar's bustling, lo-fi style, techno-tempo version of "Why So Angry" is pretty tasty, too.
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