Australian duo The Swiss (Luke Million and Tony Mitolo) are back with a new dance/funk EP Elouisa, released on the 17th June on Kitsuné. After their house meets disco hit single ‘Bubble Bath’, The Swiss give us a disco/dance EP rammed full of good vibes, catchy riffs, groove laden bass and booty shaking keyboards.
The high pitched vocals and bass groove of ‘Elouisa’ brings the feel of old school disco, as modern dance elements are brought to the table by the keyboards and cheesy guitar solo. Sounding like a more in your face version of Daft Punks ‘Get Lucky’.
‘Peach Pit’ on the other hand is all nondescript dance, boring guitar runs and standard bass.
The EP also contains two exclusive remixes of ‘Elouisa’, one by Villa and the other by Late Night Tuff Guy. I personally prefer Late Night Tuff Guy’ remix, Villa’s effort is a bit too ‘We Speak No Americano’ for my liking.
Out of Elouisa’s four track half a good if not great and the other half lack a curtain something.