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Boomkat Product Review:
ATFA killing it again with this louder pressing of the lead cut from DJ Katapila’s Trotro backed by two exclusive Ghana-meets-Chicago & Detroit-style bangers that weren’t included on the CD or 2LP versions.
The LP mix and instrumental of Trotro take centre place, with his deft Afro-techno rhythms sounding punchier and primed to be cut and layered with your Dance Mania, 313 electro bombs or current Lisbon sounds in the club.
His exclusive cuts are no less necessary; the pinging cowbell clave patterns and grubbing bass hits of Kotulo ricochet and resonate with so many Black Atlantic styles, from Miami and NYC electro to the aforementioned Kuduro, whilst Gbe Ohe Coco (Mr. Abbey) splits the difference between Robert Armani’s Chicago acid bangers and the more playful, contemporary sound of Azonto at 133bpm.
DJs, dancers; need this!