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Boomkat Product Review:
The wayfaring Cómeme leader heads to Africa for this link up with Johannesburg’s Spoko.
Cómeme co-opt Bacardi House into their worldwide panoply of ‘loony beats’ as founder Matias Aguayo runs through a killer six-track grip of stunted, blunted Kwaito jams with the masterful DJ Spoko. Recorded in Spoko’s Joburg studio over the course of one long night, Dirty Dancing finds Aguayo largely doing his best Bez impression, leaving the Bacardi House originator free to deliver a percussive masterclass.
The title track is a less than subtle, but wholly satisfying, reminder Spoko was the percussive mastermind behind Mujava’s Township Funk, with Aguayo’s input largely shouting “Watch what you doing!” over the top. Ghost of Dombolo is a relentless slab of Kwaito meets UKF, whilst an Elbee Bad acapella inspires Spoko and Aguayo to craft a Bacardi House homage to the classic New York sound on Something about the Groove.
You can’t have a Cómeme release without a few trippy drum tracks and the rest of Dirty Dancing fills that quota with the zippy Taxi Rank a clattering, free-wheeling hip tugger dominated by a killer Kalimba solo.