Fabio Della Torre’s Bosconi Records is back with another release by homegrown artist Rufus featured this time by a remix from the now established talent from the Bosconi nursey Herva. Just an year after his latest “Black & Blues EP” released on sister label Extra Virgin, the Florentine but Berlin based producer this time delivers on the main offshoot some tougher and more sophisticated sound textures, quite different comparing to his previous works, within his new “Stranger In Paradise” 5 tracker vinyl: A side begins with the hypnotic and rolling funky breaks of “Stranger Than Paradise”, a dreamy and ethereal banger delighted by a heavenly melody floating all along the track. The second cut consists in definitively more outrageous, psychedelic, infernal atmosphere, intermixed by horny and thoughtful whispering vocals which characterizes the afro-tech funk groover and indecently named track “Slave Of Pussy”. On the flip side instead Rufus goes deeper and weird with high filtered grooves and wonky bass lines within the sneaky jam of “A Mirage” , getting then slightly more classic deep-styled on B2 with the gentle laid-back mood of “Sleepy Song”. We are finally happy to end this release with the return of another homegrown Bosconi artist, recently releasing also for labels such Planet Mu and Delsin, which is Herva, who drops a not conventional but extremely forward thinking ethno-idmish/broken-beat re-interpretation of Rufus original “Stranger Than Paradise”.