As another pair of soulful musical expression and its reinterpretation broadens MoBlack Records' catalog, the label adds another dense layer to its already complex and rich carapace. L.A. based indie-electronic band Dear Humans, jumps on the afro house label's ship, traversing a trajectory that stretches both the label's and artist's breadth, and depth. Kidogo starts off cushioned in coarse earthy elements, swiftly careened by a simple, steady bass line and budding percussion. As the narrative sprouts and the marriage of melody and rhythm illuminates, a colorful cornucopia becomes visible to sensory capacities beyond the naked eye, narrated by emotional ejection as delivered by Alex's vocal prowess: "when another one close the door, see, we are opening up one more, one more..." Italian duo Armonica returns to the label with their reimagination of Alex & Corey's centerpiece, brushing a bit of ruggedness and dancefloor sense and percipience from their tenure in both DJing and production. Never losing grip of the vim and vigor at the original's core, Armonica's remix, more tenacious in speed, ambitious in timbre, enhances Kidogo's mobility and moves freely into all doors unlocked by bodies in the state of dance.
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