But for all that… it's the I-Robots mix that I'm feeling the most. This is the one mix that does anything radically different, as they move outside the Italo blueprint to deliver a housier refix that puts deep organ sounds over an E2-E4-ish Balearic backwash of tribal percussion. Quality.
A landmark release for the label for sure, and well worth checking.
Out: This week
About: Martin Brodin, you may recall, used to be the mainman behind the fine Swedish house labels Deeplay and Deeplay Soultec, before shifting his focus to more overtly discofied vibes with MB Disco. Established in 2010, the label has already put out releases by disco dons both old (Moroder, Leroy Burgess) and new (Ray Mang, Iliija Rudman).