||1.||"Sing To Me"|
||1.||"Go Easy On Me Girl"|
||2.||"All Up In This Shit" (feat Villa Savoye)|
Kolour continue their well laid plans to hand pick the best rising disco and deep house talent from across the globe with Australian producer Francis Inferno Orchestra at the helm for the label's twentieth release. The Melbourne based producer's stock has risen exponentially this year, with notable appearances on Wolf Music and Sccucci Manucci. "Sing To Me" demonstrates the FIO prowess with aplomb, featuring tough mid tempo beats, heavy bass thumps and a soaring filtered hook. Flipside, "Go Easy On Me Girl" operates via a more standard house groove embellished with a dash of disco shuffle, though proceedings are quickly overtaken by the deep pads and pumping chord patterns.
Jimpster, Ryan Shaw (Eclectic Avenue Records), Local Zero, Sean, GOLDEN FLEECE, Superbreak, Martin Haberland, Mike W - Kolour LTD, Juno Recommends Deep House, Francis Inferno Orchestra, Lwazi Koom, Equinox Recordings, Cottam, Juno Distribution Podcast Series, Duff Disco, Tyson Ballard, Sleazy Beats Recordings, Nicola Conte, The Tortoise, Fog, Casual Encounters, Norm De Plume, Giom, Kastil (Soul Notes/Stale), Djs: Most Charted - Deep House, Volta Cab, The Glue, THE TORTOISE, Desos, THE GLUE
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