Anything with Eliot Lipp's name on it seems likely to bubble over with Moogs and disco-pulsing sheen and that's not a bad thing. Leo123 and Lipp wear the Dark Party moniker like a slick silvery space suit, moon-raking over Daedelus's earthy, Latin-based percussion throwdown with chopped vocals and alien, purring analogues. Lengthy, too; it's less of a dark party and more like a dark electrofunk odyssey.
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