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That Peruvian Boy – “I Came To Jam EP”
The bowels of Flapjack Records are very excited and relieved to push That Peruvian Boy out onto some vinyl. What a relief! This new EP is so phat that we thought it might have required a trip to the hospital. There is no enema strong enough to work this hot piece out. This would require some dance floor surgery. “I Cam To Jam EP” is like the signature dish of Peru and works like magic on the dance floor as well as your taste buds. Here are the simple ingredients that make such an explosive experience:
The main squeeze is a carefully stir fired and flambed “Don’t You Know”. This is the filet mignon of EP that is succulent, fat, and juicy in all respects. The beats are hoppin, the bass is deep, and the hook is something you want to sink your teeth into over and over again. The tune is so pleasing to the ear buds that it will make even the sternest of vegans want to bite.
Next thing you need to do is toss in some “Love We Feel” for some intense flavor. Sautee these in the mix for that added muster of groove. This is the ingredient that makes the leap from a good mix to a great dish. Don’t be sparing with this tune either. Plenty of this will add flavor like a calculator in math class.
“The Jive” is like that miracle vegetable that makes the base for everything. It’s the tune you will want in every mix for the next year. Once you are familiar with this ingredient, without it, your mix, your dish, and your life in general won’t feel as complete. It’s the difference between whether you brush your teeth before bed. You either wake up fresh or you don’t. Your mix will end up the same way, so just be smart and practice good hygiene.
The last ingredient is the sugar and spice of the dish. “Gangsta Slam” really turns out this EP and makes this signature dish amazing. This tune is no garnish. Even though it is the last tune on the EP, it will most likely end up as the first tune in many mixes. The vocal hook and break down push this track to the brink or your taste buds. It’s got that flavor that is just as amazing as the first time you taste, every single time. It’s the added spice that completes That Peruvian Boy‘s masterpiece and first vinyl release “I Came To Jam EP”.