Ruben Lopez And The Diatones hits back with this brand new 7” EP entitled ‘Leftovers’, following with the same aesthetic and musical style as their last LP.
The same attitude, without hesitation, from ‘Statement’, the first track in the vinyl, with which they talk about nowadays Reggae and Dancehall scene, to the killer instrumental entitled ‘Middle East Rapsody’, which closes the A side.
On the flip side there’s a dancehall stomper as ‘Move Up’ with Gilberto’s Sextet ghost feaatured at the end of the microgroove, until finishing this 4 track EP with a vocal tune called ‘Enric Durán’ which talks about those working class heroes who never tried to be so, while everything is crumbling around us.
Old shcool reggay, beating instruments, there is no samplers here, no machines, no vocoder, no auto tune. Your young brother is not here playing with his computer, just some big asses and sounbwoy exploding ears.
A1. R Lo & The Diatones Statement
A2. Middle East Rapsody
B1. Move Up
B2. Enric Duran