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Boomkat Product Review:
Charmingly frothy dance music from Dazion on a return to MFM’s Second Circle with a 2nd batch of late ‘80s, Afro-influenced swingers and acidic-synth-pop gems.
Leading down the path from 2018’s ‘Dragon Wave’ 12” for Safe Trip, Dutch designer and producer Dazion plays it really sweet and deft across six trax adding up to his most substantial solo release yet.
A-side turns out the Afro-Latinate acid shuffle of ‘Eu Não Sei’ with twinned original vocals by Paolo Moura & Ljubisa Arsenovic, and what sounds like Art of Noise gone to NYC via South Africa in ‘Eberhart Smurkface’, while ‘Sake Boogie City’ strikes a fine seam of high life meets Italo pianos and Japanese city pop feels.
On the other side, they operate shades away from Shakti (as issued by Stroom this week) with the slow, etheric instrumental ‘Bond of Souls’, while ‘A Bridge Between Lovers’ sashays on a dusky balcony vibe with kinkiest claves and flutes alongside the devilish percussion and electro-funk of ‘Dad Forgot The Dishes.’