As its name suggests ‘Afromance I’ encompasses Luca Cazal's African ardor with upbeat vocals and a heady rhythm for an energetic cut of disco influenced analog techno. Brigante proposes a couple of dj tools to the release. 'Kehinde Tool’ where the vox is chopped and raw sounding percussion joins a subtle sub-bass throb, as opposed to the more electronic tipped 'Taiwo Tool’ that enforces a playful hook and intricate drum work. Lastly the Disco Mix of ‘Afromance I’ puts more emphasis on wailing vocals and an injection of funk to generate a feel-good dance floor viber.
Published: 25th June 2015