The super consistent Sleazy Beats have just dropped the latest addition to their stable and, unsurprisingly, it’s yet more utter greatness.
SBR006 comes courtesy of Melbourne native Francis Inferno Orchestra, whose profile is skyrocketing after a string of stellar releases on Dikso, Wolf Music and Under The Shade.
The Night He Came Home is his debut Sleazy Beats EP and is just a bit massive. Teetering along the beatdown disco/mid-tempo house persuasion throughout, the EP is a devastating showcase of just how talented FIO is. Rush Back is the pick of the bunch for us on this one – an immaculately-arranged, mid-tempo deep disco lick, prodded along by a gorgeous vocal and sick underlying groove. If this isn’t a proper summer anthem, we’ll swallow the wax in one go.
Lovers and The Fire Is Real complete the EP, two infectious dancefloor weapons that can be filed alongside your hypnotic Small World Disco/One Man Edit/heavy beatdown re-works.
Check em out..
The Fire Is Real
and the sumptious Rush Back
Then head to Juno, Phonica, Picadilly, Clone or whatever your favourite store may be. These don’t hang around long and with no digital or repress, they end up going for stupid money – don’t say you haven’t been warned!