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Bottin - Horror Disco (2009) Lossless

14-11-2014, 09:52
Music | Funk | Electronic | House | Deep House | Disco | FLAC / APE

Bottin - Horror Disco (2009) Lossless

Artist: Bottin
Title Of Album: Horror Disco
Year Of Release: 2009
Label: Bear Funk / BFKCD007
Genre: Nu Disco, Electro, Funk
Total Time: 1:18:19
Format: FLAC (tracks +.cue, log-file)
Quality: Lossless
Total Size: 490 mb

Bottin, AKA Guglielmo Bottin, first crossed paths with us at the Carnival of Venice. He was playing live synth whilst Bearfunk head-bear Stevie was DJing. After more DJing & some jovial keyboard sessions and some seriously impressive listening, we knew we had just found our favorite new Venetian.

The Horror Disco concept all started with the chance loan of a noisy, old, incontrollable, 70's Farfisa Syntochestra synthesizer. This proved to be the weapon of choice for several of the tracks on the album (Mary Lewis, Magnetic Cat) with Bottin building up hand-played layers old school style. A few tweaks of the Farfisa led our man to the world of sounds he grew up to: the soundtracks to Italian slasher B-movies (like those by Lucio Fulci, Bava, Argento & Alberto Martino), but also futuristic horror scenarios, cosmic travels and close encounters with space vampires... The die was set.

Horror Disco melds these soundtrack and aural ideas with a 100% disco album. One that drifts away from most of the soulful elements of disco and one that is dirtier, warmer and less polished than contemporary Scandinavian nu-disco. The album is wide and varied: "Slashdance" gives us a Goblin-esque robo-vocoder-disco, "Roger Bacon" is pure cosmic groove, whilst the Italo-disco-Thriller "Disco For The Devil" features the vocals of Italian-based, UK-born session master Douglas Meakin - who back in the day was lead vocalist in Simonetti's Easy Going and Crazy Gang cult disco projects.

The film influence is ever present too, "Horror Disco" is the Giallo intro opener. "Venezia Violenta" is the imaginary soundtrack to a futuristic cowboy flick Westworld and the closing track "Endless Mother" is pure John Carpenter 1982 vibe, rejuvinated by a screaming synth ostinato. The well-received, recent, single and Italo chunker "No Static" is also included.

"Horror Disco" is an impressive album with a rare attention to detail. We hope you like it as much as we do.


01. Horror Disco
02. Theme From St. Mark 30124
03. No Static
04. Disco For The Devil
05. Auricola Judae
06. Venezia Violenta
07. Sciarando El Scuro
08. Slashdance
09. Mary Lewis
10. Roger Bacon
11. Bianca
12. Magnetic Cat
13. Undercover Monkey
14. Endless Mother

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