" Is anybody out there? " Is the wake-up call proposed by the Madrid-based label Dusk & Waves in its second release.
For this review, Dusk & Waves relies once again on the Mexican electronic sound, this time together with the artist Arturo Jiménez Pérez, an independent producer with works published on labels such as Ninefont or Creepy Finger, creator of the label Tlaloc Records. The producer, known as Mogo, offers us a futuristic EP inspired by Pink Floyd's masterpiece "The Wall", with three original tracks between Chicago-House and the darkest New Wave . The track heading the Ep tittle, "Is There Anybody Out there?" Is a demonstration of the original Mogo style, with a raw tone, built from analog bases and acid frequencies.
The cosmic tone belongs to "The Crazy Diamond", with the incorporation of arpeggios and a more lysergic and deep point of view, and at last but not the least the third track suggested by Mogo. " The Lunatic" its a combination of the funkiest and most danceable style with the synthetic and martian character of the producer.
To complete the tracklist of this new launches, two italians producers bring us 2 remixes. First, it's a dirty and hipnotic interpretation of "The Crazy Diamond" coming from Vicky Montefusco. The second remix is "The Lunatic" coming from Disquiet, much more insane with an acid touch, a great track for the dancefloor peak hours.