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Dusty - An Exotic Breed EP

An Exotic Breed EP
Dusty - An Exotic Breed EP
(12"/Download) Jazz&Milk JM-009, 2009-02-20

An Exotic Breed EP
Dusty - An Exotic Breed EP
(12"/Download) Jazz&Milk JM-009, 2009-02-20

Tracklisting :
A1. An Exotic Breed
A2. An Exotic Breed (Umberto Echo's Dub)
B1. Salsa Step
B2. Rhythmo

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Press Release :
Finally Dusty presents the most exotic tracks of his new album "Keep it Raw" on this brilliant vinyl EP. True to the title, the opener guarantees an exotic mixture: dubby horns, latin voices, african drums as well as melodic saxophon and rhodes solos. Umberto Echo, a great dub producer from Munich has formed the title track into a wonderful and energetic dub version with half tempo beats including great effects and reverbs.

The B-Side which is more on the latin tip, comes with "Salsa Step". Broken beats paired with salsa rhythms, progressive synth sounds, heavy percussion and a massive horn section – definitely a great tune for the dancefloor!
"Rhythmo" features the wonderful voice of "Carla Vallet", a jazz singer with multicultural background who has already worked with artists like Monday Michiru, Mondo Grosso or DJ Krush. This is a nice downtempo track, with a smooth brazilian guitar, combined with latin percussion and spanish vocals.


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