When LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy sings his distain for our times (“Nostalgia for the unremembered 80s”), something tells me he wouldn’t apply that verse to Altocamet’s new album Dulce Calor. Argentina’s Altocamet mixes up vocals reminiscent to Gustavo Cerati, while harkening back to a ’90s chill-wave dance vibe, that doesn’t sound like Neon Indian’s light twist on the genre. Altocamet keeps it old school, oscillating from down tempo to glittery dance numbers. Dulce Calor, produced by Graham Sutton and mastered by Tim Young, is available on Casa del Puente Discos.
Listen to Altocamet’s album Dulce Calor below and see the video for the title track as well.