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Boomkat Product Review:
**Housed in gold-inked jacket and inner sleeve. Includes Om Unit remix** Brussels-based Spanish musician Strand (Migue Gil Terte to the taxman) presents his 2nd release of squashed and colourful electronic funk inspired by and commenting on the international economic crisis. Besides creating music, Miguel is also an economist. It's an aspect of life which has clearly inspired his music, which draws metaphoric parallels between G-Funk and Gangsta Rap and the Banksters/Gangstaz who f**ked sh*t up for the world. In the case of his music, the Banksters are Javier Diez-Ena from jazz-surf dudes Dead Capo, Mario Zamora from Lüger, and engineer/producer Oswaldo Terrones, who're accompanied by the cannily titled Afrobeat-Soul players, The Financial Horns. Their six tracks are a tight fusion of modern funks, bumping from the triplet-rolled talkbox-infused melancholy of 'Bankstaz' Groove' to the criss electronic swing of 'Ain't Nuthin But a B Thang' through the deft and deep Broken beat styles of 'Ain't No Fun (If The Banks Can't Have None)' to juicy boogie-pop on 'Que Soy Compañero, Coño' and a darker, leaner remix of 'Ain't Nuthin But A B Thang' by Om Unit.