Piano-rave'owy house z „afro” inspiracjami od producenta z Hong Kongu. Zabawa na Ibizie pod koniec lat 80., w tak mocnych electro-funkowych werbli i do dźwięków MIDI.
While there's plenty of variety to be found within the Shir Khan-curated Black Jukebox series, you can always rely on the showcased material being club-ready unashamedly party-starting in nature. That's certainly the case with the 30th volume in the series, which sees Romain FX giddily charge between revivalist old-school house cheeriness (the late '80s style Latin house rush of "A Fuego", which lifts tribal-influenced scat style vocals from a familiar favourite), post-freestyle NYC/Miami business (the Latin Rascals-go-house flex of "Western Outlands"), clanking Euro-dance-meets-acid sleaziness ("Jungle Goerge Goes Acid") and jaunty, smile-inducing proto-piano house giddiness (wonderfully cheerful closing cut "Dancing In Hong Kong"). Music that will make you want to throw your hands in the air (like you just don't care).