||1.||"Landing To Solaria" (4:38)|
||2.||"Ocean FM" (3:31)|
||3.||"Ancient Lizard" (4:47)|
||4.||"Neon Lights" (2:47)|
||1.||"Plastica Razionale" (6:11)|
||2.||"Land Of Dunes" (4:32)|
||3.||"Naked Sun" (3:03)|
Given the connotations of their chosen moniker, we shouldn't be surprised by the mythical musical humidity at the heart men-of-mystery Mystic Jungle Tribe's debut album. A new project from Mystic Jungle and The Normalmen pair Milord and Whodammy, Mystic Jungle Tribe effortlessly join the dots between cheerful, cheap-sounding analogue funk, loose-limbed, sci-fi inspired jazz-funk, machine-heavy techno, woozy Balearica and sweet electronica. Interestingly, the beats on Solaria are often loose and live sounding, rather than throbbing and metronomic, giving the album a far looser feel than you'd perhaps expect. As debut sets go, though, it's rather impressive, and comes packed with cuts that sound as good in the club as on your home stereo.
Ben Sims, Disposable Commodities US, Curious Disco, Club Silencio, Sito / / Mischio Dischi Disco, Kone-R (Uncharted Audio), Space:tricks, Soft Rocks, Ksoul, Adesse Versions, Zambon, Roland The Realest, Marcelo Tavares, Kozber, Nick The Record, M5K, Nicola Conte, Giorgio Luceri, This Is Not Happening, Roberto (Conga Radio), Mat Chiavaroli, Andy Hart, DJ ROCCA (Ajello, Erodiscotique), Joe Drive, Cooper Saver, Rikki Humphrey, Nasty Boy, Thread London, Oli Furness, Ketsba (Rough House Rosie), Forgotten Disco Star, Giovanni Damico Aka Ron Juan, JELLY ROLL SOUL, Freddie Norwood
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