Pursuing their explorations in the vast corridors of international Funk and Disco music Favorite Recordings and Bruno "Patchworks" Hovart present us Voilaaa. With this first single composed of 2 tracks that clearly reveal the AfroDisco inspiration of this new experience Favorite also expands its new series of Disco 12inch singles recently launched with several fine reissues but this time with one of its special homemade production recipe. Under the imprint of the label and after their long years of collaboration in the achievement of projects such as The Dynamics Mr President Mr Day Patchworks Galactic Project or Taggy Matcher the insatiable French producer therefore returns to his first love and specialty Disco music staring this time at the African and Caribbean influences. Indeed as everywhere in the 70s and 80s Funk and Disco movements were extremely influential in these regions as its been very well highlighted by some specialized labels for years with multiple reissues. France and its African and Caribbean communities was no exception and was also nurturing many productions of the genre. In most cases the combination of the festive yet sometime futile nature of Disco and the instinctive deep sometimes rough nature of African music sounds like a perfect balance. Aiming to find back this energy and specific sound Patchworks quickly began producing a few tracks; Using his unique and ruling beats and bass lines as foundations this time he dresses all with guitars keyboards and brass distorted with vintage and DIY effects pedals and boxes. A field game dustier and less flamboyant than the traditional and flashy Disco codes but perfectly suited for Patchworks who seems at the top of his game and to have fun like crazy facing this new challenge. With a very dynamic music scene around him in Lyon where there is no shortage of artists with African origins he decided to surround himself with singers from the region even if it means to accompany them on unusual musical paths. A more than successful bet with a result surprising of authenticity as its unveiled by these first two titles alongside Sir John and Pat Kalla both from a musical background as rich than different. With an album planned for the end of the year that promises to be as explosive and magnetic Patchworks and Favorite Recordings make a strike again and confirm them a little more if needed as the true warrant of the modern dancefloors loyalty to the spirit of their mythical ancestors ... Voilaaa tout (Thaaats all)!!