To wrap up 2016, True Romance unleashes one more disco stunner. This time the fabulous three tracks 12” comes from the classically trained yet funky to the bone: Phil Gerus. The Russian producer has been a rising force of the modern disco movement with releases on Futureboogie, Sonar Kollektiv, Thugboat Edits to name a few. The Make Time EP, his first offering on True Romance, confirms Gerus is here to stay. The A side, She Is Wearing Her Black Boots Again, is meant to played very loud and very late in a dark smoke-filled room. It’s a raw thumper with a thick post-disco bass line, robotic italo synth, dreamy chopped up vocals all layered with catchy mysterious chords. The flipside starts with the irresistible Make Time, a groovy number with loopy funk guitars, soulful vocals and infectious keys that will stick to you like glue. For the grande finale, Gerus serves us Detective From Kamakura: a gritty electronic funk track with banging percussions and delirious moans that will keep you awake until the break of dawn.