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Rubinskee – “Telurico” (Konfort Netlabel)

Dirty 80ies Disco-House-Styles | Rubinskee's productions sound like a dirty ol' bastard which mother was a disco-frenetic and who's father loved harsh-technoid electronics. On "Telurico" his mexican tracks pump with a straight pounding bassdrum, a smashing clap on the 2 and 4 and let the bassline fuzz around while you glide along on some shiny 80ies synthie-sounds. Glamour for the Elektro Bunker!

Konfort tell us about their own artist, that he "updates the kitsch spirit of Mexican sci-fi films of the early seventies" and gives them a new soundtrack. I've never seen a mexican sci-fi-movie but I could imagine, that the pumping beats would fit perfectly.

As ingredients for his electronic dance music Rubinskee throws some really funky herbs into the disco-bowl. Together with solid subbass-driven frequencies we celebrate the end of humanity with some hedonistic bodymoves.

While the dancing queen in you likes these old-school disco-sounds, the male headbanger sticks to the solid grooves and keeps sweating. This sound comes from Mexico but works perfectly in each club on planet earth where people party with a post-glitter-disco-attitude. Just turn on the disco-lights!

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Download: Rubinskee - "Telurico" (ZIP-Archive)
Release: Rubinskee - "Telurico"
Netlabel: Konfort Netlabel

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Phlow-Author Moritz »mo.« Sauer This article was written on 28.May 2008 by Moritz »mo.« Sauer. Moritz »mo.« Sauer is the founder of and a true music lover. As a participant and journalist of the free music movement he joined several Netaudio parties in Europe including Netaudio Nürnberg, Netaudio Barcelona, Netaudio London or Netaudio Bern. Read more articles written by .


  • Rubinskee "Floripondia" IS THE BEST ONE !!!!!!!!! nicework dale duro!

    Gravatar of DarkHHHHH DarkHHHHH said on
    23. Jun 2009 at 8:31 am
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  • i download disco.thank your services.

    Gravatar of sampath sampath said on
    28. Jun 2009 at 7:28 am
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