Vicente Sanfuentes has had a hand in some great records in recent years, having co-founded the Cómeme label and worked as a producer on music by Matias Aguayo, Daniel Maloso, Rebolledo, Christian S and Señor Coconut. This EP for his Sanfuentes label features two jacking and funky originals, plus a slew of remixes.
On the title track Sanfuentes winds a flamboyant male vocal ("I can tell a lot, from the way you dance, from the way you move, from the way you jack") around a tightly-coiled acid line and urgent, high-pitched house keys. "For Those About To Jack" could almost be a remix of the title track. It grabs you in a similar way, this time through flashing vocal fragments and a wonderfully down-and-dirty bassline.
The package includes five remixes of the title track, the best of which comes from Cómeme duo Djs Pareja, who recast the vocal into something seductively ominous and compound the effect through growling bass pads and flinty percussion. Jack Savidge's atmospheric, electro-house-tinted rework is a close second, while Harvard Bass's interpretation, which does little more than remove the acid line, and Andre VII and Roman & Castro's remix, which includes some heavier textures, add little to the excellent original.
02. For Those About To Jack
03. Bodytalk (Harvard Bass Remix)
04. Bodytalk (Jack Savidge Remix)
05. Bodytalk (Djs Pareja Remix)
06. Bodytalk (Andre VII Remix)
07. Bodytalk (Roman & Castro Remix)