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Larytta - Jura Libre
Jura Libre
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Creaked)
8,49 €* 9,99 € -15%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
The latest release from the Swiss duo Larytta, entitled Jura Libre, is a chunky, massive, intelligent, colorful (in that full on tropical way) four-song collection of club bangers. To be exact the full set actually consists of two original songs with an in-house Larytta remix a piece. The originals lean on pronounced inflections of playful, tricky, afro-tropical rhythms, while the reworks go for a more direct four-to-the-floor approach -straight for the jugular. Apart from the vibrant, tight production what unifies all of these tracks is a head nod towards that nineties club sound, especially that golden age acid rave material. This is music made not only by great producers, but heads that really know and love clubbing culture and history and know how to tastefully reference the past. The EP closes with "Bota Mao Pra Encima” which features Brazilian emcee Junior, and that's the point at which you start to question if this EP was truly cut in Switzerland.
Larytta - Jura
CD | 2015 | EU | Original (Creaked)
11,89 €* 16,99 € -30%
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance, Pop
Jura, the sophomore full-length from the Swiss duo Larytta, is a galvanizing synthesis of essential grooves and effervescent melodies. It took years to finish the record! Christian Pahud and Guy Meldem spent this time carefully calibrating their songwriting to achieve what could be called the golden mean, i.e. the perfect balance between a radio friendly sound and club functionality. The result is a collection of songs that are instantly accessible, yet wholly unpredictable. They feel familiar because they were crafted by seasoned musicians who, over the years, have mastered the science of fundamental swing and melody. The album is full of clever and tasteful references: Africa, the Middle East, the dusty Western 70s and “the white lines” 80s, all shine through at different points of this sonic journey. The production is chunky, juicy, warm and analog. The lyrics are witty and even sometimes downright funny. The song titles testify to this fact: Osama Obama, Love Love Banana, Broken Leg Theory, Les Bambous - come on! Without a doubt, Jura is a beautifully idiosyncratic world, complete and stand-alone.
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