Marvin & Guy was born in 2011 from the children of two different musical generations with a shared knowledge of how to make people dance. Influenced by legendary DJs such as Ron Hardy, Larry Levan or Tee Scott, their sound is firmly rooted in disco but keeps evolving with each release.
In their debut EP for Hivern, they keep expanding their palette with three tracks that push the boundaries between the disco culture and a techno spirit. "Egoísta" is a highly hypnotic joint driven by a warm analogue bassline and a spacey pad that has become a staple in John Talabot's sets during the lasts months. “Canción (Para Tí)" manages to blend an italo arpeggio, a 303 bassline and pumping disco beat with a certain latin spirit to create a crushing dancefloor belter. "The Man who Lost the Hat" is an obscure trip builded around psychedelic synths, a rolling bassline and topped with spooky vocal samples.
The 12” comes wrapped in a sleeve featuring pictures of México-based photographer Pia Riverola and design by Arnau Pi.