Both renowned electro swing producers and outstanding djs, french duo Stabfinger and K.D.S have been involved in numerous musical projects for the past years.

Having collaborated with artists from the french underground techno or the UK Ghetto Funk scenes, Stabfinger production doesn’t limit himself to a single music genre, challenging himself in original compositions, mashups, and remixes.

KDS, for his part, has been deejaying across the globe since he was11 years old and he’s especially known for his tremendously communicative performances and the extremely wide variety of genres he’s playing.

LLore EP is an uptempo release fit for the summer dance floors, with more latin and afro influences then their usual productions; the result of inspiring trips they recently made to Colombia and Argentina.

The hit song “Lloré” is a hypnotic and progressive house track composed with techno producer Audioflow from Killadisco. It contains deep and powerful voice samples from “Llore, llore” by Colombian bullerengue group Palmeras de Uraba, originally released by Konn Recordings.

“Lloré EP” shows the open minded way Stabfinger and KDS produce dance music, and their constant concern of transmitting positive emotions to the crowd. The children singing on “Iguazu”, the ancestral voices and sizzling percusions of “afrohouse”, the disco, funk, and fantastic energy of “Elastick”; all these elements come together for a good synthesis of Stabfinger and KDS great variety of musical backgrounds and influences.

Listen to “Lloré”, the title song of the EP on youtube:
Watch this crazy video for an electro swing tune they produced a while ago
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by Mateo Rivano
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