Formed in Cordoba, Argentina in 1998, Zort have recorded and released a series of albums joining the dots between hip hop, jazz, broken beat, electronica and contemporary classical music. Their first release for Revolt Into Style kicks off with the energetic electro stylings of Berlin legend Ben Mono's remix. A solid house beat sits behind irresistible synth melodies and stabs, evoking classic 80s and 90s dancefloor highs with a modern production gloss. Next up is Cordoba local Cristobal Paz, who shows a lightness of touch with his remix. Snatches of vocals weave in and out of slowly shifting percussion on this minimal house treatment. On the flip side we have the original mix, a blend of hip hop beats, synths, live brass and acoustic bass. The voices are provided by talented residents of the Nairobi Children's Remand Home, recorded by a film-maker friend of Zort named Martin Granata. He spent time in Nairobi filming a documentary about street football called `The Street and the Ball', and his field recordings at the orphanage form the basis of Mambo poa Martino. To finish we have the Frikstailers brilliant reconstruction, the vocals layered over simple synth lines and beats, with a crescendo of chopped snares, cymbals and FX before the track winds down into silence.