Fusci Ep - Boot & Tax
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Fusci Ep

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Boot & Tax return with their second EP following the success of the sold out “Acido” EP which received a multitude of plays from a plethora of djs in a profusion of discotheques.
These Milanese maestros deliver four dance floor delights in their own inimitable and distinctive style. Working across a range of tempos and incorporating more of Boot’s great vocalising they also manage to weave a Jaw’s Harp solo in there and make it seem like a potential replacement for the TB 303.
This also takes us to 50% of Optimo Trax so far being of Italian origin. We’re not entirely sure how this happened but despite rumours to the contrary, we are open to releasing music from other countries within or outwith the EU.

 

A1) Fusci
A2) Confuzed House

AA1) Occhi Blu
AA2) Il Canto

 

Optimo Trax OT 008 – released on 12″ and digital June 2014.
Distribution by Kompakt and Rub A Dub.

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4 tracks that continue with that distinctive, personal style and great variety of influences in their compositions for the sole purpose of making us dance

It’s as stylish and – on occasions – dark as you’d perhaps expect, variously being influenced by ’80s industrial, fizzing post-punk, chugging Chicago house and strobelight electronica. There’s naturally much to enjoy, from the hypnotic, left-of-centre Italian house revivalism of “Il Canto” and fuzzy “Occhi Blu”, to the energetic, darkwave-meets-punk funk rush of the irrepressible title track.