The one and only Marco Bailey is back on Phobiq with a threefold attack, covering all bases and flavors. Starting off with "Funky Feet", we are introduced to a steamrolling groove with tons of percussion-based action alongside busy snares and a stomping kick. The aptly-titled "The Black Stallion" takes over from there with a galloping bassline and sneaky shakers and hats. Some very tasty dark stabs come in to play alongside gurgling fx and the stallion is literally on the loose. On "The White Stallion", on the other hand, things are more straightforward with pulsating bass and streamlined synths putting together a tense atmosphere; all of which Mikael Jonasson completely flips around, adding otherworldly pads and phrases made of vocal edits, on his own rendition.
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