|1.||Rumberos De Ayer - "Quinto Y Bongo" (Jose Marquez mix) (7:46)|
|1.||La Sancha - "Canto Del Caribe" (Jose Marquez mix) (8:05)|
Jose Marquez has long been a member of the Basic Fingers family. Since making his first contribution to the acclaimed re-edit imprint back in 2011, he's regularly delivered tasty reworks of Latin jams and African gems. Here he returns with two more killer Latin cuts piled high with South American percussion. "Quinto Y Bongo" smartly combines killer drums and vocals from an unknown, stripped-back salsa record with the sort of subtle, spacey synths and thickset bassline you'd normally find on a high calibre deep house record. "Canto Del Caribe" is, if anything, even heavier, with the combination of sturdy house kicks, dense Latin percussion and chanted vocals creating an intoxicating mood.
Flori, Mark Forshaw, Spacetricks, Adam Isbell -Racubah Sound System, Jose Manuel, Dj SoFa, Sol Power All-Stars, Juno Recommends Deep House, Ex-Friendly (Truth & Lies Music), Djs: Most Charted - Deep House, Detroit Swindle, Shaka (KolourLTD, Balance Alliance), Alan Mooney's Edits, Borrowed Identity, Cervo (Banana Hill)
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