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Nov 24th, 2012 14:47pm
 Moullinex: Tear Club

A maniac on the floor

Moullinex's debut album Flora released on Gomma Records last month mixes up that classic 70's chic disco sound with a new polished edge. Flora encompasses French house, nu-disco, neo-pop and future-retro with panache and style.

Munich-based Luis Clara Gomes, originally from Portugal has made an album that effortlessly mixes from the couche to the dance floor, with a wealth of talented friends in tow Moullinex creates a real organic live-sounding nu-disco sound. Featuring an array of vocal excellence from Luis himself as well as guests Peaches, Iwona Skwarek and Da Chick.

With an impressive back catalogue of remixes behind him the disco aficionado certainly has an ear for a catchy hook and a deep baseline. Including a very credible cover of Michael Sembello's eighties hit Maniac from the Flashdance soundtrack which features vocals from Peaches.The sun-drenched melodies of Flora will spawn many underground hits, let's hope one breaks into the mainstream and give's Moullinex the exposure they deserve. A timeless album that is highly recommended.

Moullinex official site, Buy it on iTunes

Next month Moullinex release Flora Club Versions.

Categories: Disco, Nu Disco
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