||1.||"Moog Sessions" (7:34)|
||2.||"Dizzy Vibes" (6:13)|
||1.||"Otra Voz" (8:32)|
||2.||"Friday Grooves" (6:09)|
Last year, experienced Chicago producer Ricardo Miranda delivered the first Latin Soul Brothas 12" in four years. Here, he brings the long-running project back to Neroli for the first time since 2012. As usual, he uses the opportunity to fuse traditional Chicago house tropes - the dreamy fluidity of Larry Heard, the sharp acid lines of Phuture, and so on - with percussion and instrumentation from the world of Latin music. The results are uniformly excellent, from the twinkling pianos and winding acid lines of "Dizzy Vibes", to the dusty electronic jazz bliss of closer "Friday Grooves", via the "Brazilian Rhyme"-goes-house shuffle of "Otra Voz".
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