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Rufus
Like A Virgin EP
Bosconi Extra Virgin

Maxi Single & EP
BoscoEXV001
Out: 23-11-2009
 
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€5.56
€1.11
€7.96
€1.59
 
MP3 (320 kbit)  –  WAV    +ASD
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    I Was Back From Nigeria
    Original Mix
    Nu Disco / Disco
    06:25
    123 BPM
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  •    
    Strong Feelings
    Original Mix
    Deep House
    06:07
    124 BPM
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    I Was Back From Nigeria
    Crowdpleaser Reinterpretation
    Deep House
    06:04
    127 BPM
    no wav
     
  •    
    Miss Stormy Weather
    Original Mix
    Electronica
    06:03
    118 BPM
    no wav
     

What we say

Rufus is one of the most interesting, innovative and versatile Dj in Italy. Bosconi is proud  to launch the alternative version of Bosconi records, called Extra Virgin, with his first official re
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Rufus is one of the most interesting, innovative and versatile Dj in Italy. Bosconi is proud  to launch the alternative version of Bosconi records, called Extra Virgin, with his first official release - Like a Virgin ep – . This guy delivers a selection of tracks those rappresents exactly his finest style as a Dj. Resident in the past three years at the very succesfull Monochrome Nights in Florence, Rufus is a “jacker” who spins great oldschool music moving through different styles and influences. The ep has the intent to put out some kind of organic house music, where everything sounds “almost” played by real musicians. No glitches or digital bleeps, but a retro sound that melts 70’s disco-funk instruments like organ, clavinet, guitars and horns all together, generating an explosive club music formula. A side starts with the funky house smasher track called“I was back from Nigeria”, that is an explicit tribute to Chicago and Frisco, Sneak, Robsoul &co, while “ Strong Feelings” is a driving deep house tool inspired by Rick Wade’s works. On the flip there’s  a timeless, introspective, deep, superbly elegant, soulful and avantgardist re-interpretation by Crowdpleaser of “ I was back from Nigeria”- no words just ears. The EP ends up with Miss Stormy, a great melancholic but sensual track at 115bmp, just made for you opening set or your collapsing sunday afternoon at Club der Visionaire.  
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