After Revelación, Bufi deliver us his first volume of remixes. The package starts with a steady take on “Apocalipstick” by AFFKT, head of Sincopat Recordings, that takes us into a synth psychedelia journey with an epic middle break, just before the climax. Right after that the beat goes solemn, with a thoughtful organ driven mix by Zombies In Miami, filled with laser like percussions, spacey synths and sensually treated vocals, transforming “New Ground” into a oracular esoteric gem. Max Jones, keeps the groove reflective, exploring “Interlude” synths, chopping the acid lead and adding a “conservative” afro minimal beat. The batch ends with a solid mix by french producer Damon Jee, delivering a severely rigorous steady bassline alternated with confident and faithful uplifting synths.
After SXSW Moullinex is going on a quick tour around the US with the fam: XINOBI & DA CHICK. We’ll hit:
Mar 16: LA @ The Echo | tickets: mllnx.co/JlSeqf
Mar 17: SF @ Neck of the Woods | tickets: mllnx.co/j4db0Q
Mar 18: NYC @ Baby's All Right (with GPU Panic) | tickets: mllnx.co/b7Bzkc
Mar 20: DC @ Songbyrd Music House & Record Cafe | tickets: mllnx.co/OzEwt6
Luis Clara Gomes, our man behind Moullinex, is paving the road towards a new album this year, and if “Open House” is any indication, get ready for a smooth ride into funk nirvana.
“Open House”, premiered yesterday at Majestic Casual, is an aptly named dancefloor gem, and there is no escaping its infectious groove. The piano hugs you like a long lost friend, and when those synth stabs kick in, it’s already too late: you’re under. This is the soundtrack for an imaginary club night ran by George Clinton and Colonel Abrams in 1981 Rio de Janeiro.
And who’s that on vocals? Tee Flowers, a singer/performer whose identity has been shrouded in mystery, has stepped into light for a wake up call: the best way to counter a rising divide is to get together. Dancing is one of the last standing manifestations of collective love, so we should join forces and celebrate difference. Call it militant escapism.
'Far Away Place' is Xinobi's forthcoming single that anticipates his new album to be released on 24th of March. This track echoes 90s Deep House peppered with Pop sensibility. The tracks swoons with layers of texture; delicate female vocals, cascading water soundscapes, drum machines, and light synths. The core of the track is the hypnotic vocal loop that Bruno Cardoso (Xinobi) masterfully crafts.
'Far Away Place' exists in a space between Pop, Ambient, House, Disco, yet successfully translates as an elegant radio ready track. There is something undeniably upbeat about the track. Living up to its title, the track gives you the optimistic feeling of driving down the California coast, off towards far away destinations.