Tribal-acid-house'owe edity. Bębny i mroczne gwizdki z Ekwadoru, potem pokręcony tech-house'owy motyw z afrykańskimi wokalami, smakowite B1 w duchu „Halcyon On and On”, piosenka o rasizmie i batucada.
Multi Culti's Cult Edits series returns to bring you some saucy, sizzling surrealism from the outer reaches of the groove. Nicola Cruz is up first with the humid beatdown and transcendental acid undertones of "Cartomante". Asa Moto keeps things clammy but driving with the African pulse of "Safari Glove" while Balam takes things in a more wigged-out synthwave direction on "Carnaval Acido". Tyu's "Negra" turns the heat up higher with a massive low end throb and plenty of chuggy pressure for ultimate dancefloor escapism. Akimbo completes the package with the feverish carnival atmosphere of "Batucada", which of course piles on Latin drums and plenty more besides.