This breezy, hand-stamped 12" comes with little or no information about the producer (or producers) behind it. It's hard to know whether it's an original production - admittedly blessed with samples from an old, Balearic-era groover - or a re-edit. Either way, there's something deliciously sun-kissed and saucer-eyed about the A-side title track, where synthesized horns, jangly acoustic guitars and an elastic dub disco groove provide plenty of thrills for those seeking White Isle disco flavours. The Idjut Boys style dub disco influences naturally come to the floor on the flipside "Noche (Dub)", which also boasts some languid flamenco guitars, fluid piano lines and rush-inducing electronics.
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