Psycho Disco! has just released Funk Manchu‘s new EP titled, “Bounce That B/Waif Boy“, the ninth release of the Atalanta based label this year.

A household name amongst the Atlanta underground scene, Funk Manchu is now given the spotlight to showcase his affinity for seamless productions that combine a number of genres from tech-house to bass music. This new release delivers a big dose of creative synth licks, pulsating hi-hat, and even an homage to the early 2000s.

‘Waif Boy’ was originally a jam session with some newly acquired gear, namely, Treasure Fingers‘ old Roland J3-XP and a Korg Volca Beat, the Roland is the layered synth that sustains during the long break and is sampled intermittently throughout the groove. The drum programming, oddly enough, ended up sounding like a popular record from the mid-2000s” explained Funk Manchu.

Bounce That B” packed with reverbs, delays, and a relentless deep bass percussion line, the track was actually created from a version of “Waif Boy” with the audio cleared. He flipped the beat and created this dance floor thumper.

Funk Manchu’s production style is equal parts irreverent and meticulous. With the ability to marry cutting-edge sound design with hard-hitting old-school angst, this ATLien is the real deal.” wrote Sensible Reason.

Listen to these new classic house tracks below!

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