Music Reviews

Flowtation

Angel Dance 12”

Rampant

Merritt Island boy Bob Day’s track gets a reworking by the Rampant camp. Four tracks including the old school vocal mix with Dorothy Mann. Very sincere and still workable as witnessed on a night or two out in the midst of an Ocala gathering. You want to see some people react? That’s not even the best of it. Bob also gives us his “Organicis 303 Total Harmonic Distortion Mix,” updating the sound along with ex-Groove radio jock Jeff K. Grogan gets his hands on a mix too, while a track called “Hypnotised” manages to snake it’s way onto this long awaited slab of vinyl. Usual Rampant goodness. Rampant, 1447 12th St., Suite D, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266


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