Names You Can Trust teams up with spacey synth wiz Donatinho and his father, the legendary João Donato, to release an exclusive 7-inch single from the duo's fantastic new album, Sintetizamor. While the full-length is only available in Brazil, this crisp single, mastered especially for vinyl, will be reaching stores in the US and around the world this summer.
Included are two cuts that set modern boogie funk fans alight when they leaked out online: "Lei Do Amor," with a sophisticated slinky groove that brings to mind a Brazilian Kashif, and the talkbox feature "Surreal," a knowing nod to Herbie Hancock's classic "I Thought It Was You" with all the hip touches the Rio de Janerio Donato duo do so effortlessly.
The single comes housed in a custom screened NYCT company sleeve with a full color postcard reproduction of the album cover art, a spectacular image crafted by Allan Jefferson of DC Comics.
This is a special advance order and is expected to ship on or before August 25, 2017.
released July 13, 2017
**LEI DO AMOR**
(Donatinho, Donato, Rogê)
Donatinho : Vocals, Rhodes, Synths, Bass & Drum Programming
João Donato: Vocals & Synths
Rogê: Electric Guitar
Another compelling 7" from E. Live on Star Creature.
"Do me like That" is a nice and soulful disco track with a somewhat playful vocal.
"Floatational Device" is one slamming instrumental jazz/disco workout with E. Live's "going for broke" solos.
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