Together as Souleance, French producers Fulgeance (whose new solo record we shared an exclusive stream of just last week) and DJ Soulist combine their talents to create funky electronic works with just a touch of leftfield sensibility. "Vacances," a cut from the pair's forthcoming Brotha EP, displays this balance in fine fashion, building a considerably funky rhythmic core from a choppy break and bits of funk-era samples, on top of which Souleance unravels a seemingly limitless wealth of space-age synths and refracted processing. This particularly enticing cut will close out Souleance's six-track Brotha EP when it drops on November 4 via the First Word label.
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