Wednesday, January 02, 2013

Umoja's Destroyer Sees Teflon Dons Reissued

Umoja's DJ Destroyer, one-half of house music production duo Teflon Dons, has another vinyl reissue from the Worldship back catalog out now via the label My Love Is Underground.

Teflon Don's soulful mid-90s house productions are influencing a new generation discovering these rich dancefloor grooves.

You can order it right here.

Here's what has to say about the release:
Having surfaced with a few releases in the mid-nineties, My Love Is Underground have taken it upon themselves to call upon LA's Teflon Dons to reissue three punchy lessons in that currently most mined of house music eras. There's no arguing with the authenticity of a track like "Planet Eater", as the subby bass and pounding drums take the lead with just subtle dabs of noise and samples chilling in the background. "Sun Fist Rising" has a more rounded atmosphere, leaning on layers of keys and a classic garage shuffle for a sweet and soulful end result, while "Psycho Ray" gets on a darker tip with creepy vocal samples and moody organ bass.

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