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he French electronic music duo of Benjamin Sportes and Nicolas Kantorovwicz dip into multicultural electronic music with ample help from gusts like Surya, Hindi Zahra, Mandel Turner, and Flora Djien, among others. “The Prince Is Dead” opens with a blend of high-energy dance, hip-hop, and alt-rock that treads similar ground to Cape Town, South Africa’s Die Antword (though much less disturbing). “F****n’ Country” cools down with looped reggae samples and sociopolitical overtones in the lyrics. Surya lends his smooth inflections for “Going Tonight,” a catchy jam recalling Cornershop’s 1995 album Woman’s Gotta Have It, while Mandel Turner’s cameo in “Getting’ On" gives the tune a cartoonish, Serge Gainsbourg feel steeped in vintage Parisian instrumental accoutrements. The seemingly Portishead-inspired “My Life” is graced by the alluring and sultry croon of Franco-Moroccan singer Hindi Zahra, who makes the song her own before Russian chanteuse Yelena Neva lends her cosmopolitan cooing to the playfully robotic pop of “Electric Sylvie” as Greek bouzouki trills in the background.

Customer Reviews

not bad but other 2 albums are much better...

it is OK, it is not bad but If you expect same level music quality like other Sporto Kantes albums, probably you can not find with this album...


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s

Sporto Kantes is a French downtempo electronica duo comprised of producers Benjamin Sportes and Nicolas Kantorovwicz that released its debut album in 2000. In association with the Parisian label Catalogue, Sportes and Kantorovwicz made their recording debut as Sporto Kantes in 1998 with a four-track EP, Nickson, which was followed a year later by a second four-track EP, Party (1999). The duo then made its full-length album debut with Act 1 (2000), which was subsequently reissued in 2003 with bonus...
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4, Sporto Kantes
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Electronic, Music
  • Released: Feb 24, 2012

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