Colombian producer Sano is a few days away from dropping his self-titled debut LP via Cómeme, a label helmed by pan-Latin dance music innovator Matias Aguayo. The vibrant "Cotoneate" serves as our first taste of Sano, bringing waves of modulated synths and an unabashedly funky bassline which complements the heavily percussive four-on-the-floor nicely. Like most things to come from the Cómeme camp, Sano's new track effortlessly comes together as a multi-genre hybrid, one that is squarely aimed at the dancefloor and—perhaps most importantly of all—is just plain fun. Sano is set to see a release on Monday, October 28.
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