Review: After a string of excellent singles on ESP Institute - not least the brilliant Gomez land EP - Japanese duo Cos/Mes relocate to Belgium's King Kung Foo Records. "Naruto" is a typically eccentric treat, coming on like "Assassin" era Orb jamming with Mungolian Jetset after a particularly heavy night on the sauce. The percussion is slow, dense and delirious, the guitars languid and the pedal steel almost glistening with the sweat of steamy Hawaiian afternoons. Belgium's own Ronny and Renzo remix, utilising some of the original's dreamier elements in a late night techno workout that's satisfyingly hypnotic.
Cos/Mes - "Naruto" (Ronny & Renzo Takotsubo Take Ten remix)
Ronny & Renzo - "Taboo"
Review: Warning! There are no general instructions, guidelines or warranties. Every Sandwich Record is individually hand-assembled, unique and therefore irreplaceable. Nobody can be held responsible for damage caused to your copy of The Sandwich Record when trying to free the 7".
Review: Yasuyuke 'Mutron' Hirata is a very remarkable Japanese music composer who resides the neon city that never sleeps - Tokyo! In a nervous high speed race through his mysterious mind he grabs you by the hair and forces you to move to this electronic ode to loneliness - "Alone". It is a fusion of high octane electronics, haunting strings and evil voices. This highly collectible series is strictly limited to 1000 copies worldwide, with no repress! Act fast.
Review: Ronny & Renzo take you by surprise with their hypnotically sluggish but psychedelic funk-bomb "Uniqorns". It's a dark, sweltering track, built around a strong and funky rhythm and a truly throbbing bass line. After a fantastic journey it summits with a cosmic fazing lead solo. A truly weird & wonderful experience we think! So do Quiet Village, as they show their interpretation by transforming it into this mesmerizing minimalist walk through a virtual tropical paradise where goddesses roam and colours reign. They are currently playing it in their sets and it's raising surprised heads across the dance-floors. Oh yes, the cover art work "The Triumph Of The Unicorn" by the undisputed head of Fantastic Realism, Professor Maestro Ernst Fuchs is simply stunning. A visually overwhelming yet historically important art painting as the ideal complementation of this audio-visual feast. Limited to just 1000 copies worldwide! Enjoy.
Big Smack & Flies (Mungolian Jetsets Medievelknievel version)
Review: With their second release on King Kung Foo Records the dramatic duo Ronny & Renzo really shows they are constantly pushing the envelope. "Big Smack & Flies" opens with a spine tingling music-box like melody reminiscent of mid-seventies horror flicks. This highly collectible series is strictly limited to 1000 copies worldwide, with no repress! Don't sleep on this, get it now.