Groove Armada discoverer and moustachioed lothario Tim Love Lee despatched Bristol hombres the Turbo Men to spread the word of his Touch Tones project – a compilation of the finest contra pop, where jaunty sampladelica and finicky trouser jazz make out with thump funk and wibbly wobbly bongo mayhem. Deconstructed #55 featured the label’s Turbo Men, originally recorded in 2002, who dropped a set of crunchy disco, knob tweaking jack tracks and lashings of high quality soul. A real treat, one of our favourite sets.
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