St Petersburg’s veteran electronic producer Kito Jempere plays curator on his third full-length, an eclectic album full of collaborators from around the globe. Jempere’s signature dancefloor grooves run deep on ‘Sikao Qi Yun’, a sultry shapeshifter of a tune with slick instrumental flourishes courtesy of Jimi Tenor and a hazy vocal by Minako Sasajima. Rich Thair of Red Snapper fills ‘Why You Guys Broke?’ and ‘WSI’ with percussive sketches, while experimental electronica, pop and funk also converge on this addictive international collage from Jempere and co.
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