Saturday, 27 February 2010

Leix & Ronro - Wapa EP

What with hype sheet talk of support from Garnier, Hawtin, Loco Dice and Nic Fanciulli, I was expecting this to be a bit techier and tuffer than it really is.

What you actually have, though, is a pretty groovy, deep-ish houser with tinges of both disco and jazz – just the way we like it. There are six mixes on offer. As is so often the case lately, it's the Nima Gorji Remix I'm feeling the most, though props must go also to Javi Murdok & Jose De Divina for their slightly deeper rub, and to the two 'breaks' mixes which aren't 'breaks' in the sense of they'd get reviewed on the breakbeat pages of magazines, just that they're deep house based on a funky, James Brown-ish breakbeat rather than a 4/4 kick.

Out: Now

About: This is on Climatic Sound, who are based in Ibiza. The label is run by the aforesaid Jose De Divina and Javi Murdok, who say they're all about "house and deep house of the highest quality" and "promoting the creativity of fresh talent". Sounds fair enough to me. They've been going less than a year and this is only their fourth release, so show some love by visiting their MySpace. Oh yeah, and their last release was an EP by Marco Violi, whose latest release is just a few reviews down the page from this one…

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