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1-2 Weeks


This double vinyl compilation is 100% dancefloor approved by Comemian DJs. Its tracks have been making the body mechanics work from Santiago de Chile to Cologne, from Tbilisi to Medellin, from Bucharest to Buenos Aires, from Cholula to Hollywood and back. The music was crafted by DJs from the "Inner Circle," meaning the likes of Christian S, Ana Helder, Alejandro Paz, Carisma and Djs Pareja, but also by some lovely guests Comeme welcomes here, for the first time: Voxels from Lisboa, Portugal, Zombies In Miami from Aguascalientes, México, Auntie Flo from Glasgow, UK, Rous from Mendoza, Argentina, Vaskular from Santiago de Chile and Bryan Kessler from Cologne. We start off with Auntie Flo from the label Huntleys + Palmers with "Jas," a pounding slow-jam featuring a rave signal that will make your speakers crackle and burn and your arms go up while your body goes down, down, down, to the rhythm. This one's followed by Bryan Kessler collaborating with Christian S. They deliver "Nebel Dance," an underground club track with shoulder-shaking toms and foot-stomping bass drum and bass. Switching to the next side, please welcome, again, Ana Helder, this time with "Gasoline," a crazy teknotika uptempo gem featuring Ana singing: "I wanna smell -- Gasoline! I wanna swallow -- Gasoline!" On that same side of wax we have Vaskular with "Black Jesus." Vaskular is a musician and DJ belonging to that Santiago Underground crew of Discos Pegaos, vocals by Valesuchi. Side C features a very special collaboration of Djs Pareja and Alejandro Paz, recorded at The District Union, Comeme's own studio in Berlin. Alejandro's dark Latin house inertia meets Pareja's psychedelic dancefloor terror to shape this darkroom anthem. Another psychedelic moment follows with Zombies In Miami, followed by a remix done by Carisma for Rous, a young boy from Lujan. The two last tracks are provided by Voxels and Djs Pareja. "K-Hauz" by Voxels reminds Comeme of their roots -- that southern hemisphere groove and that cutting rhythm that will make people dance in more surroundings than just the club. The package wraps up with "Si Senor" by Djs Pareja, which gives us a glance into what the future will bring.