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Tobor Experiment Disco Experience - Disco Moog EP
12" Vinyl
£4.49
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Tobor Experiment Disco Experience

Disco Moog EP

Bearfunk

Released: 29th September 2008 | 4 track ep
Every now and then we get some music sent to us at Bear towers that makes the whole office stand still and say what the ***k is this? We had that feeling when the first Lindstrom's came in or the beautiful sounds of The Diaphanoids and now we have that lovely feeling again with the music of Giorgio Sancristoforo aka Tobor Disco Experience. Like the whole bear team Giorgio can't seem to move on from the 70's. Obsessed with the synth instruments of Bob Moog, Vocoders, Bad hair and cult sci-fi flicks like Space 1999, he was obviously born in the wrong decade. Disco Moog has already been used on the rools for rules compilation earlier this year and had many beards twitching at the thought of not having this on vinyl, Shooting star is a more up-tempo affair with blissful chords, slap bass, disco handclaps and Gio's trademark vocoder. I feel loved is a personal favourite of Stevie Kotey with anthem written all over it. This awesome clavinet workout has such a good happy vibe, you can't help feeling nothing but loved. It could be mistaken for Alan Hawkshaw super rare Bruton library track. GammaGamma is an obvious nod to the great Alan Parsons' Mamma Gamma'. Gio makes his own interpretation though and once again he uses the vocoder in such a beautiful way that you want more more more. DJ support comes from Pete Herbert (Reverso 68): 'Hi chaps. Loving it!! All winners. The ecstasy vocoder madness especially....10/10' Eric Duncan (Rub n Tug): 'Cool.' Tom Findlay (Groove Armada): 'Really digging Disco Moog and Gamma Gamma. Properly accomplished stuff.' Robin Lee (Faze Action): 'Lively Disco. I mean live sounding disco from the European school. I like. Will play out regular.' Tako 'Great stuff!' Damon Martin (Disco Bloodbath): 'Really liking this. All tracks have that really authentic late 70s European exotic disco type of sound. I will definitely be playing these out a lot.' Tensnake: 'Oh man. What a lovely time warp! Full support!'