The west-coast funkmeister, Slynk, has returned, bringing that late-night summer heat to get the masses warm during these chilly final months of winter. Built on top of cheeky 70s-inspired synths and an unmistakably Slynk-y bassline, “Disco Operator” is pure funk – punctuated with nimble guitar licks and soaring saxophone lines.

But the real treat here is Slynk’s newest weapon, the talkbox. Slynk and his talkbox stand alone in a world that’s becoming increasingly full of nu-disco and nu-funk. His continuing study and mastery of this sound manipulation sets him apart from his contemporaries and gives “Disco Operator” (And his recently released “That Thing You Do” feat. Father Funk) a special kick that pulls the ears to somewhere new while giving them the comfort of something oddly familiar.

– Blake Morneau, Rags Music

Release Date: January 23, 2017 | Independent Release

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Blog Contributor – Blake Morneau

Blake Morneau is freelance music journalist and professional avoider of adulthood, based in Victoria, B.C.. After writing a weekly column for the Martlet, independent newspaper in Victoria, Blake began writing for various other publications like Exclaim!. In 2014 he started Rags Music ( as a platform not bound by musical trends or genre constraints. His never-ending quest to find and devour all things funky takes him around B.C. And beyond throughout the year, bringing people his best finds. His goal is always GROOVE.

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