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|1.||Carisma - "Muerte Instrumental"|
|2.||Gladkazuka - "El Untitled"|
|3.||Lechuga Zafiro - "Sapo De Manga"|
|1.||Matias Aguayo - "El Transatlantico"|
|2.||Alejandro Paz - "El House"|
|3.||Christian S - "Die Durch Die Nase Lachen"|
The Comeme juggernaut gathers pace with the label's fourth release of the year, veering off from the impressive full artists release schedule set by Barnt, Ana Helder and Phil Gorbachev for one of their trademark split releases. Featuring no less than six tracks, El Untitled offers an equal share of artists resident to the Comeme cause and newcomers. Buenos Aires DJ and production duo Carisma (Carolina Stegmayer and Ismael Pinkler) fall into the latter category but feel perfectly at home on Comeme on the basis of opening track "Muerte Instrumental" which pairs chunky almost stadium rock drums with wavering sinewave stabs and skittering radio interference - if Mr Oizo was born in South America he might make music like this. Columbian Gladkazuka debuts proper a remix on the label's recent compilation with the detuned and dusty twilight sojourn through Medellin that is the title track, whilst Lechuga Zafiro offers some Uruguayan flavour to the Comeme cause for the first time with the chirping Candombe rhythmic of "Sapo The Manga". The flip pairs together new cuts from Aguayo, Paz and Christian S which in no way overshadow whats come before.
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