Eastern European Cut-Outs, the spin off series dedicated to exploration of sounds from behind the Iron Curtain has finally come to an end.
The final, third part contains heavy-weight material from renown international selectors.
Side A is occupied by Hungarian act The Re-magic and their sure-fire disco-infused cut „Tevedes” („Mistake”) guaranteed to fill those summer dancefloors. Next up is Belarussian maestro Schmoltz who comes correct with Soviet New Wave vibes on „Tropicheskaya Pticha” („Tropical bird”), a perfect warm-up track with kinda crazy and mysterious vocals.
On the flip it is time for Serbian specialist Kompleks and his „Vaker”, a track heavy infused with infectious Gypsy accordian action. Eastern European Cut-Outs vol. 3 is concluded with „Banany, Banany”, balearic hypnotic cut with a catchy hook from former Czechoslovakia, tweaked to perfection by two Polish disco technicians Dyyune & Boryn.
That’s all, folks.