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The Montreal-based micro-house boys from Luci return with a slammer for the summer. The Rapatapaton EP is a gift to anyone who still enjoys the fine art of tongue twisting. Once you've repeated the title several times in quick succession, feel free to unwrap the record. Inside you will find three brand new tracks from Guillaume Coutu-Dumont (EGG) and David Fafard (Nanalog). A-side "Da O" deli-slices voice samples against a wobbly Timbaland backbone, and builds from there into a wall of meticulous micro-funk. "Weeners ISO 9001" grabs you by the shirt collar and pulls you to bed. It's difficult to resist this track, what with the very friendly lady cooing about weeners. The EP finishes off with "November Pain," the saddest track of the three. Seagulls squawk over a muffled house beat, as the duo Luci walk along the beach and contemplate where to go next.