Norway’s electro funk mastermind LINDSTROM(Hans-Peter Lindstrøm) has recently unleashed a new batch of far out disco flavored, mutantly funky outer space club jams called SIX CUPS OF REBEL(out on SMALLTOWN SUPERSOUND). This, his second solo recording, comes on the heels of a collaboration with CHRISTABELLE from a couple of years back, and it is a relentless varied swath of beat driven tracks smattered with vocal bits and smothered in funky synths. “De Javu” is 7 minutes of groovy bliss that hits you in the face with a bubbly bass line right away, slowly growing into an all encompassing celestial funk. Various voices, apparently all Lindstrom’s, waft in and out of the funk though out. LINDSTROM makes the kind of music that has deservedly made him well known in dance music circles: intoxicating enough to work out on the dance floor, interesting enough to draw to the dance floor those who may not already be out there. “Quiet Place To Live” begins with some epic guitar wailing that serves to introduce us to the minimal funk that is just around the corner. WEEN style pitch shifted vocals tell the listener, “All I want is a quiet place to live.” And they continue to share the message over the near 7 minutes of the track, even as sparkling synths enter the picture layer after layer after layer. Moroder would be(might be?) proud of these droning dance floor epics.