|1.||"The Delete Of Society"|
Roy Comanchero is a bit of a mystery. According to the brief bio accompanying this debut EP for Gerd Janson's Running Back imprint, Comanchero "hates modern production tools like laptops" and travels round looking for beaches to inspire his records. There's certainly a vintage feel to the four tracks showcased here, which combine heavy electrofunk basslines and classic synthesizer lines with Scandolearic melodies and a hazy deep house sensibility. It's a formula that guarantees good fun, from the Terje-does-boogie grooves of "Pugs Life" and bubbling analogue deep house of "The Delete of Society", to the slowly unfurling Balearic bliss of "New Horizons".
Ender, Old Spice, JEM/Joe Europe, Spacetricks, Piers Harrison, Jacques Renault, Randy "Hotthobo" Ellis, Toby Tobias, Andrew Allsgood (Free Association), Four Walls, KevinTsuba, Marcello Giordani, Admir Korjenic, Roy Comanchero, Trujillo, Fantastic Man, Tokyo Matt, The Keeper (Strait Of Gibraltar), Jean Claude Gavri, Jack Pattern, Suzanne Kraft, RSS Disco, DUBWERKE, 6th Borough Project
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