Los Massieras do not exist in your time or universe! Los Massieras are a reality only in your 70s boogie state of mind! This re-edit project formed by two well known Berliner DJs aims to bring a fresh approach to the art of bastardization. Boogity Boogity Boogity is their first EP, which also launches the new (velvet) underground label Bananamania.
The opening cut for their debut 12-inch is "Boogity Boogity Boogity", the right tool for getting a reluctant crowd to bust out their savage dance moves, with high-octane funk, guitar and flared trousers. If there would be one song that could convince Salsoul to revive itself, this would be it. Its like an instrumental of an unreleased Carol Williams tune, and the ghost of her voice proclaims a rebirth of the senses. "Bananamania" is an epic disco-not-disco anthem, part Quando Quango, part Konk funk rhythms, with some Tito Puente conga action and Material-istic mutations. In "Shroom Heaven", the closing theme, that old dude John Carpenter wiggles his waist with Soft Rocks, while Vangelis relaxes at the end of the bar, wading amidst the final measures in a serene, psychedelic bath.