Andre Sobota has been a Dancing Astronaut favorite ever since he released his stellar remix of “Princess of China” back in June. In the five months since, he’s released Eric Prydz approved tracks and three quality EPs. Sobota is back to start the new year off right with Futura, his fourth EP since he first entered our radar. Futura features two tunes, “Paulista” and the title track. While he offers no back story for “Futura,” he does explain that “Paulista” was “influenced by Niemeyer architecture at ‘Parque do Ibirapuera’ & ‘Memorial da America Latina’ as well as some aspects of life in São Paulo.” Both tracks feature typical Sobota melodies but of the two “Paulista” is an easy favorite. Click below the break to check them out.
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