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Sleazy Peek: Daniel Leseman - Mr Scaramanga [Kolour LTD]



Sleaaaazy Peeks tima a-again! And my first one, by the way. ’m sitting down in the studio with a fine glass of “Le Difese” (from Bolgheri) sleazily held in my hand; it’s red and full-bodied but has its roots near the sea. A perfect match for disco flavored tunes. So I said: what better than a tasty 10” from Kolour LTD? I love 10”s, and am crazy about Kolour. Its mid-sized wax series has got a damn mind and vibe of its own. After hosting Dicky Trisco for Vol. 5 and The Last Trip to Gandahar for Vol. 6, it’s Daniel Leseman’s turn. Last time Daniel and I met up was in Amsterdam, and in typical Dutch style we got into some fun at a HEIST party together with other crazy talented Dutch producers. You probably know by now that this man teams with Hans Peeman under the Fouk moniker, and we can thus expect a serious release here. I can assure you that it does not disappoint.
 
Here at Sleazy Towers we’ve picked “Mr. Scaramanga” for a peek. As you might imagine, the Dutchman’s signature hi-hat work is readily apparent, well above other drum elements. Then, Daniel’s delicious synth solos slowly progress, increasing the heat. The slightly noticeable sample from Stefano Torossi ties the ribbon on the track. It’s a very, very nice cut.

Proper for these hot summer nights

....stay tuned because there should be some sneaky tasty news from this big boy, mouth sealed!

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