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Agustin Morpéi’s ‘Command’ is a thumping cut of tech-hoouse that sees the Bolivian producer try and bridge the gap between analogue synthesizers and organic instruments.

This, ultimately, means you get a low-slung cut of propulsive tech-house that’s festooned with all the analogue trimmings you might expect to find on, say, a disco record; think Bolivian wooden pitch pipes which are expertly set against alongside noodling acid basslines and tantalising vocal loops.

‘Command’ is taken from Morpie’s album ‘Comienzo’

Andrew Rafter

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