|A1.||Zopelar - Fim||sample|
|A2.||Zopelar - Funky Juno||sample|
|A3.||Zopelar - Thamis||sample|
|B1.||Brothermartino - For 8 freakin' hours||sample|
|B2.||Brothermartino - Dem Type Stars||sample|
|B3.||Brothermartino - We all love people who die||sample|
Zopelar - one half of Apron Records associates My Girlfriend - takes the first-side easing in with 'Fin', a starry-eyed and expansive instrumental that let us know immediately what his synths can do. Taking this shimmering sound, he adds distinct pressure funk on the bubbling, West Coast groove of the tellingly titled, ‘Funky Juno’, which delights with sensual vocoder and tough drums. ‘Thamis’ is left to take things in a more psychedelic direction, with Zopelar pushing his studio into fizzy, almost anti-gravitational territory.
On the flip, Brothermartino (Slices Of A Dog / Money $ex Records) establishes a sensual atmosphere with the lo-slung slap of ‘For 8 Freakin' Hours’, followed by ‘Dem Type Stars’, which stretches out the acidic funk, creating wormholes of spectral grooves. The release closes with the warm and nostalgic ‘We All Love People Who Die’, a cool, beatless interjection loaded with the charm of a cult film soundtrack.