REVIEW: M.F.S Observatory – Bailando EP

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The Observatory label welcomes back boss men M.F.S. Observatory for four more slamming cuts that also include a remix from Davina Moss. This time out the London pair once again show off their ability to craft block rocking beats that will get any club bouncing. 

Opener Bailando is a characterful cut with an open air party feel thanks tot he big vocals that are teased through, the acid down low and the driving bass. It’s one to get people in a spin, then Bass One Bass builds the tension with rolling Plastikman style snares, old school melodic stabs and up-down drums that demand that you dance.  Keeping up the pressure, Da Art is a more techno leaning cut with burrowing synths, metallic hits and muffled spoken word samples that all get you in a trance and journey with you late into the night. Don’t Know then melts your mind with a wonky and hypnotic lead synth that undulates above crisp drum and hit combos. It’s stripped back but effective house music before Davina Moss reworks Bailando into a blistering cut that builds in loops, teases plenty and is sure to get fists pumping. This is hugely impactful club music once more from this excellent pair. 

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