After the outstanding success of the first single – Don’t Wanna Cry No More, Argentinian producer @kevinfingier is back with a must-have instrumental double sider.
Side A presents ‘Latin Dynamite’, an explosive tune which could have been the soundtrack of Ramsey Lewis and Mongo Santamaría visiting Soho together around mid 60s. It’s a perfect mix of Mod Jazz and Boogaloo with a very cinematic feel. On the B side we have the obscure and groovy ‘El Basement’, a stunning R&B dancer with a killer flute solo and a screaming Hammond.
This record shows the vision behind @fingier_records, an Acid Jazz Records subsidiary, which claimed from the beginning ‘Underground Soul, R&B, Boogaloo and Raw Funk’. Speaking about the label Kevin states “I don’t want this label to be something strict, I want to explore the whole universe around Soul music, what happened before and after, and what happened at that same time, when people from other countries such as Puerto Rico, Brazil or Nigeria mixed their cultural music with Soul, Jazz and Funk” says Kevin Fingier.