A super bitter-sweet ballad, like 70% cacao chocolate. Tomasz Guiddo teams up with legendary Vienna crooner Louie Austen (remember all his hits on Cheap, KittyYo, Tirk, G- Stone, Klein Records, Etage Noir).

On the flip side of this 7” on Compost Records, the Columbian superdons Meridian Brothers turn this into real mambo madness, which gives the ballad a joyful twist.

About Tomasz Guiddo:

A truly cosmopolitan, globetrotting DJ and music producer, whose discography includes tracks released on world’s most influential indie record labels such as Compost, Beats In Space, Ostgut Ton, Get Physical, Sonar Kollektiv, Mule Musiq, Luv Shack or Bordello A Parigi.

Founder of Fine Coincidence Recordings. Throughout his over 2 decades long DJ career, he has performed at the most prestigious venues all over the world: from Berghain in Berlin to MoMA PS1 New York, Lantern Beijing to Woobar Bali. In the studio he’s collaborated with artists like: Jamie Lidell, Louie Austen, Ursula Rucker, Jimi Tenor, Arnold Kasar, Georges Perin, Nirosta Steel, Rexy and many more.

About Meridian Brothers:

From BogotáColombia, Meridian Brothers is a contemporary neo-tropicalista group founded in 1998 from the interests of Eblis Álvarez (composer and multi-instrumentalist) as a musical laboratory for a small audiences and distributed at the time in cassette format.

Starting in 2007, the project became a live act formed by a group of university friends: María Valencia (wind instruments, percussion and keyboards), Eblis Álvarez (vocals, guitar and direction), Mauricio Ramírez who joined the band in 2016, replacing Damián Ponce (Drums), Alejandro Forero (keyboards), César Quevedo (bass) and in sound engineering, Alejandro Araujo (replacing Juan Camilo Montañéz).

The group performed its first concerts in 2008 on the local Bogotan scene, later reaching national festivals, and then acquired international recognition from the release of its fourth studio album “Desesperanza” (Soundway 2012).