::Enduro Disco::


Man of mystery Enduro Disco received plenty of plaudits for his first releases on Exploited Ghetto. Something tells us that this new contribution to Exploited (originally released on Vinyl Only on Shir Khan’s helmed Black Jukebox series) will set plenty of pulses racing, too. Check first the dreamy and loved-up roll of opener “The Knowledge”, which sounds like a house remake of a lesser-celebrated 1980s Miami synth-pop cut, before sinking your teeth into the swirling, piano-sporting late night house bliss of “Believe”.
“The Knowledge” introduces the EP through a slow and steady climb, wobbly bass shards and a suspended pad holding our attention as the excitement levels rise. “Believe” sees the first proper rush of endorphins burst off the wax, as a scintillating synthetic soundbed ripples and fizzes through our core in a exquisite display of blissed-out prowess.
The publicity-shy producer Enduro Disco joins the dots between fizzing synth-funk and heavily electronic house.
Enduro Disco has a seamless blend of house and disco goodness. Much like his selections, Enduro Disco’s productions ooze chunky grooves, fluttering vocal samples, and wonky synths. With releases on Exploited, Black Jukebox, Exploited Ghetto, True Romance and lots more pending music to come, the future looks bright for Enduro Disco.