Following several releases on their own Keep Up imprint and with a track on an upcoming Ninja Tune compilation Paraguayan producers Lopez ditch the vowels and swap the hip-hop beats for 4/4 drums and make their debut on Body Work as LPZ.
3 tracks that range from the stuttering, sample filled body popping house of 1983 through to Mafia Dub's stripped back deepness and Snake & Butterfish's slow-mo arabic disco, the 1983 EP has marked LPZ out as ones to watch.
The 1983 EP received its online premiere on XLR8R's website and has been slected as the Disco single of the month in the forthcoming May issue of DJ mag, LPZ are also being profiled in Clash Magazine with a podcast for Clash online due to be aired in early May.
Huge DJ support from a wide range of DJs from Rob da Bank and Sinden, through to The Glimmers, Disco Bloodbath and Horse Meat Disco DJs.
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