- Release Date 2010-04-19
- Label Aniligital Music
- Catalog ALG034
Ciento Ocho is Spanish for 108, the tempo of the first track on the EP. A creepy crawly builder with 8-bit roots that culminate in a HUGE funk breakdown with an insidious bass hook (If you have any doubt,just fast forward 3 minutes into the track)
Next up is Desayuno en Timpani's which we think means Breakfast At Timpani's in Spanish. Needless to say this one's heavy on the percussive elements, including of course lots and lots of timpani drums. Desayuno en Timpani's gets going pretty quickly and doesn't let up. Check the flanged upright bass breakdown for extra bigness! Purely non-stop huge sound system busting dancefloor action.
Speaking of floor fillers, have we shown you our tiger bomb? Bomba de Tigre is the definitely the deepest track on the EP, but lest Anthony and Tal rest on the laurels of their 808 kicks and 303 basslines, this Tigre is a stalking beast that explodes in a vicious classic house attack!