Two years on since the release of their latest offering for the label, "Continents III", Swedish duo Elfenberg resurfaces on Stil vor Talent with "Macacos Rosas" - a four-track EP giving full room to their genre-hopping fantasies, playful persona and outside-the-box production philosophy. Last but not least, this mouthwatering package comes complete with a remix from high-profile Mexican outfit, Zombies in Miami.
Drawing first blood, "Acid Sins Ever Since" channels a vibrant mix of energies, bending the scope between crisp breakbeat traction and 303-infused psy-ops with seamless ease. A proper bouncy joint, geared up for optimal soul and body entrancement down the basement. Proper EBM stuff by the book, laced with a hint of Detroit-influenced electro for good measure, "Bambaataa" takes us on a hectic ride with its laser-guided arpeggios painting all kinds of vivid, lysergic motifs in the sky - perfect for cosmonautical loiterings and frantic boogie sessions altogether.
Taking Italo for a nocturnal stroll in the jungle, "Macacos Rosas" finds Elfenberg dishing out a melancholia-drenched disco workout, packed with enough all-night-ready oomph and dreamy vaporousness to withstand all types of DJ use and abuse. Adding their inimitably floor-efficient spin to the lead-single, Zombies in Miami pull out the heavy rave artillery for the occasion. A forward-dashing smorgasbord of processed Andean pipes, mystic forest sounds and powerhouse bass moves leading the charge, the Mexican duo's revamp summons visions so deep you'll have a hard time wriggling yourself out of their all-engulfing hoodoo spell.
released October 7, 2022