La Samba E Il Mare Snippett by Lumberjacks in Hell published on 2019-02-12T09:09:22Z BILL BREWSTER I've just sat and listened to the entire EP all the way through. I never do that. Usually listen for a few minutes, react and then listen properly later. This is such a triumph. Man, LOVE The Sound Of Revolution! Great vibe to it, really swings and it's got that Italo-y vocal which tops it off perfectly. My Music is lovely, too, and Italians In A Line reminds me a lot of Joey Negro's remix of Extortion's How Do You See Me Now and then finally the Bill Wyman-sampling La Samba is fun, too and a great use of that quirky intro. What a way to kick off the year. Early contender for Furtive 50 in 2019. Killer. COSMO MURPHY Thanks for this. I think its great and love the fact it was all produced and performed by Giovanni! So great in this time of derivative re-edits and reworks. Grazie mille Giovanni! I definitely need WAVs for this. I have my show on Friday so if you could send them today, that would be wonderful. Right now I’m still not sure which one I will play as its such a strong EP. FOUK What a massive EP! Mad respect, very well produced! Full support. ROBIN LEE / FAZE ACTION The Italians seem to have a knack for the old school sounds these days. And very grateful we are too. With the chrome covered never ending, drip feed of digital only fodder, this makes a very welcome and refreshing change. CONRAD/ IDJUT BOYS this is a fab record, i can't tell you which i like the most they are all so great, what a talent. I will be on the lookout for whatever he does. Truly wonderful, could have been made in the 1980's or 2 years from now, will give the good folk of Australia a treat with this, thanks Italian producer Giovanni Damico (otherwise known as G-Machine or Ron Juan) has been busting out funkified gems for more than 10 years now, and his mighty back catalogue includes plenty of turns on Lumberjacks In Hell. He returns to the label with four crisp and refined slices of boogie business that span a range of tempos to give you plenty of party tackle for any situation. "The Sound Of Revolution" is a natural choice for the A1, dripping with cosmic synth flexes and an irresistible groove, while the snappily titled "Italians In A Line" brings a sweet strain of upfront robo-disco to the table.