Cómeme’s founder Matias Aguayo returns with a new album of gnarly and loony techno.
The first track debuted from the record is El Sucu Tucu, and if that’s suggestive of what’s to come, then the album’s gonna be a riot. Like a lot of Aguayo’s bigger tracks, particularly I Don’t Smoke and Walter Neff, it keeps things firmly groovy without sacrificing an inherent silliness, scattering vocal shots over swung percussion. It comes across like Liaisons Dangereuses jamming over the more conventional parts of the new The Knife’s new album, and it’s a lot of fun.



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