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Loin Brothers - Garden of Vargulf (Tornado Wallace mix)

Killer release by Australian disco hotshots out of Sydney, Loin Brothers, who serve up a scrumptious dish of deepdisco in four different flavours entitled Garden of Vargulf. This is another one on that beaut of an aussie label Future Classic that can't seem to do much wrong with their recent few outings.

The pick for myself here is an easy choice: a sure-fire smasher by our very own Tornado Wallace, who's seriously on a bit of a tear right now with his killer sound; following up correct on his lovely DOG release, and the Alex Agore (who we love, for the record!) remix of Man Down, this tune is more or less butter on a growing stack. This one introduces hammer to nail with confidence for me; Tornado's trademark punchy, spaced-out beats, combined with the right mix of disco elements and deep sounds make for easy ingredients in perfection. Toss in one gnarly bassline, a pinch of lush keys and random wolf howl (as if there shouldn't be more wolf howls in house music) and it's all win in this corner.

The original version churns out a deep groove that's also sure to please, which honestly if I close my eyes brings me to a sunny beach somewhere with a cool sea breeze, complete with boat drink in hand. And finally the infamous LA psychadelic lads Woolfy vs Projections come correct with their Top Sirloin rendition too, staying true to their tropical, rhodesy roots with Woolfy on vocal duties, this one also keeping it lush and lovely.

Have a listen to the TW version 'ere:

Loin Brothers - Garden Of Vargulf (Tornado Wallace Remix) by future classic

And snag the wax here


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