Review: A double dose of fun from Samosa Records here, as partners in crime De Gama (Stefano Gamma) and Les Inferno (Pierandrea The Professor) deliver a dancefloor delight each over two sides of wax. Gamma's solo cut "Sometimes Sometimes" resides on side A, with the long-serving Italian gleefully joining the dots between sumptuous, string-laden disco-soul warmth and filter-sporting deep house, with unsurprisingly sumptuous results. The flipside collaborative track is an altogether bolder and more peak-time ready affair. It sees Les Inferno add some chunky house bounce to a jaunty, electric piano-heavy chunk of gospel-influenced disco goodness.
Review: Fire in the hole! The legendary Les Inferno returns on tasty Roman funk empire Samosa with four more salubrious shakedowns. "Making Me Sweat" lives up to its name with its tightly coiled guitar/horn looping chuggery before "Doin' It" brings in the sleaze by the dollop. Flip for the conga-led ivory burning romp "Dude Piano" before we get all sandy-toed and Balearic on the subverted glass of ice cold OJ that is "Ahmed Love". Feel the heat.