Johnny Superglu’s second release on Plynt, Rambo Village is his darkest work to date, a mysterious, ethereal and hypnotic urban safari infused with the post-industrial spirit of his hometown of Charleroi, a scarred, broken landscape of crumbling steelworks and decaying iron mills.
Pressing a disparate variety of antique, analogue audio equipment into service, it’s a piece of low-fi knob-twiddling shot through with the spirit of Chicago’s House hey-day and iconic acid house with an instant dance floor feel.
Enter a moist world of dancing red-masked devils, driven by a hypnotic & mysterious flow that will freeze your blood.
300 12″ copies, to be released on the 1st of June 2015, worldwide distribution by Clone.
Music produced by Quentin Hanon
Mastered by Frederic Alstadt at Angström Studio
Artwork by Sun OK Papi KO
Graphic Design by $wampz Mushi
Produced by Plynt Records and Le Ministère de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles
“Best EP I’ve hear for a long time loving it! RAW as fuck! ” — Busy P / Ed Banger
“Sweet meats and mind mess” — The Black Dog“Top stuff” — Angel Molina/Sonar/Tresor“Love this, really fun EP” — Bodyjack /Chris Finke“Made yesterday? Made 25 years ago?…. who gives a flying fufu. Kinda stuff that makes me dance like my dad behind the decks.” — Cottam/ Aus Music/ Wolf Music“Really really feeling this ep” — Skream