Panthers On The RoofMp3s & jpegs
Pitto is the first artist to lead the OOSSHA way. His Panthers On The Roof EP is an ode to the wonderful and weird. Lepel Jazz's infectious groove and skewed bass patterns serves as the main course dish here. I Do The Case With A Chase brings a more musical side to the kitchen table. Filtered sample chords, meticulous drum programming and vocal parts all work together in a well-oiled dancefloor curveball with a sense of acid tribalism. Prins Thomas reworks Lepel Jazz in an even more odd, and yes perverted, affair. Stripping the elements and utilizing hypnotizing descending synth arpeggio's and sweaty field recordings to maximum effect. B2's Dum Dum is a hymn to get through life smiling. With its irresistibly contagious vocal and wonky bassline, it's a massive funk weapon and a worthy final dish to conclude a delicious menu.