Electrified disco with a synthwavey feel, “Bullfight of Love” breaks through the vinyl groove on Razor-N-Tape’s new release. Made up of records from Eli Escobar‘s “personal arsenal,” these four edits of tracks ranging from somewhat well known to the untraceable have a hyped no-sleep vibe similar to DJ KON‘s edits.
Rootsy soul with strings from the early days provide the source material for “Everybody,” with a bassline that’s an absolute heat seeking missile aimed straight for the soul. Side A gives way to the “The Music” and “Seven Eleven,” both of which are probably ID’able if you’ve been at this long enough to appreciate this music to begin with.
Originally published in 5 Magazine Issue 141, featuring Sumsuch on Kiko Navarro, Paris’ legendary soulful mecca Djoon, Rondell Adams & more. Become a member of 5 Magazine for First & Full Access to Real House Music.