Veteran producer Paco Buggin aka Silicodisco is back on Espacio Cielo. After his solid debut on the Spanish powerhouse, which counted with the collaborations of Franz Scala and Etane, this time he partnered with Rastro Live honcho, Xácome (FREEDL037), to bring to life “Dual Sintonia”, a colourful EP featuring an Italo-Disco-meets-New-Wave-meets-Dark-Disco atmosphere. On the remix duties, none other than Adrian Marth (SXDNS188), Italo Moderni’s boss, and Parissior (SXDNS206), Espacio Cielo’s iron fist owner.
The 5-track EP showcases the versatility of not only the main artists but also the remixers. It depicts an interesting concoction of influences and soundscapes which faithfully represent the true identity of the so-called Indie Dance/Dark Disco scene: Pluralism.
Premiered here, “Tokyo” brings the Madrid-based artists depicting the Japanese capital through Retrowave-inspired synth leads, groovy percussive elements, and a mortal-like-a-Samurai acid layer. Kudos! If this is a one-time-only or perennial partnership, we really don’t know, but the outcome of this rendezvous left us wishing for more.
You can find (and buy) this and other music pearls on the Beatport page of the label.