Pigmalião, not only known for his elegant productions, but for digging the vinyl crates, found another gem in musical history, this time from Japan.
Being truthful to Itsuroh Shimoda’s original he extends the percussion line, shapes the bass and adds psychedelic synths that send shivers down your spine.
Martha van Staaten debuts with her first production. An edit of the Lijadu Sister’s original ‘Osupa I’. Skillfully chopped and baked together. Floating guitar hooks, a laid back bass-line and finely-spun rhythms are the ingredients in that ode to the moon. As the wolf howls: ‘a- ooooooooo’
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