Italy’s DJ Farrapo and Yanez Servadei serve up an almighty collision of rattling drum ‘n’ bass breaks, Brazilian bossa nova, earthshaking digital bass and carnival whistles in the form of “Baiano Vem Baiano Vai”. Paul Murphy applies a few more tweaks in the Afro Art studio for maximum rollin’ potential on the B-side’s “Dubaiano”.

Edited by djfarrapo on 6 May 2006, 14:47

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