Bristol-based party-starters Studio 89 have got good connections, so it figures that the mystery producer behind their first edits label release will be someone pretty well known. Certainly, the quality of the three tracks showcased here suggests as much. "Track A" is a wild and sleazy number that sits somewhere between eccentric Italo-disco, psychedelic disco, and weirdo rock. It's bizarre, but really rather good. Things simmer down a little on the flip, where the familiar, pitched-down disco sweetness of "Track B" is followed by the heady Euro-sleaze of "Track C" - all bubbly slap bass, trippy arpeggio lines and breathy, new wave-era spoken word vocals.
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