‘Can’t Seem To Hide’ will be a bona fide classic of 2017 thanks to its combination of a party-time keyboard line over a relentless groove and Megan Doherty’s hypnotic vocal. Nicole Willis can do no wrong, either, as she steps up to deliver further damage on the flip. -Mixmag 10/10 March 2017 Tune Of The Month
Bosq’s new single sees him diving deeper into funky disco, creating songs that are more musical but maintain the rawness that translates to a feeling on the dancefloor.
The A-side features a collaboration between Bosq and vocalist Megan Doherty from Social Lovers which has already garnered a tune of the month feature and a 10/10 rating from Mixmag. Mark Usher’s funk-laden rhythm guitar attack punctuates the song while Megan’s silky smooth vocal delivery glide on top of the Bosq-crafted groove with an understated cool and sexiness that permeate the entire track.
The featured vocalist on the flip of this double A-side disco burner is none other than soul-highness herself Nicole Willis, who was featured on Bosq’s previous single Bad For Me. Her powerful vocal style reminiscent of disco divas past along with Mark channeling his inner Nile Rodgers delivers yet another future dancefloor classic.
Calling Medellin, Colombia home for the time being, these 2 tracks were the last songs Bosq made in his US studio. Seeking inspiration and surrounded by a new landscape literally and musically while finding new partners to collaborate with on projects such as Body Music with The Rapture’s drummer Vito Roccoforte he continues to hone his craft. Along with dropping the Tumbala EP on Soul Clap, the full-length album San Jose 51 recorded in Puerto Rico with the Candela All-Stars and his various remix work for Fania, and Cultures Of Soul to name a few, Bosq’s relentless work ethic, output and openness to further develop his sound can only mean good things for Latin, Afro, Disco, Funk, and Soul aficionados alike.
Ubiquity Records, 2017