Fans of Duck Sauce engorged themselves today on the largest-ever helping of the succulent New York duo in the four-track EP, Duck Droppings.
Party In Me kicks us off on a wave of humming chords before guitar strums and a flute lead the way for three-and-a-half minutes of ’80s-inspired nu disco bliss. The ducks then throw a funky curveball in Louie The First, in which the vocal track from “Brother Louie” by Ian Lloyd struts across a warm, high-energy breaks rhythm. Next up, we’re offered something tasty to slather in Duck Sauce with Calamari (Put The Sauce On It), a feel-good house groove with a seductive guitar lead that the duo premiered in their October Essential Mix. Mondo makes four courses of piping hot house and nu disco with that signature Duck Sauce ’80s nostalgia.
In the rare occurrence that A-Trak and Armand Van Helden go around leaving free Duck Droppings, you’d better bag that sh*t up. Scoop yourself a free copy of the EP here, courtesy of Fool’s Gold.