Erick Morillo and Harry Romero — two thirds of Sympho Nympho – are welcoming Alex Kenji into the mix for Subliminal’s next energy-packed production. “Flamenco” builds with a cultural combination of mystical latin strings and a soulful Spanish vocal, which drops into firing synths, relentless snare, and an intricate bassline. Between outdoorsy Miami vibes and late night club appeal, the latest offering from Morillo’s squad delivers the dance chaos we’ve come to expect. Kenji’s contribution only diversifies “Flamenco,” making for a unique Subliminal release available on Beatport.
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