TBX Records continue with a new release, coming from Buenos Aires’s finest, Lucio Agustin. Lucio is well-known at Buenos Aires parties, bringing his own sound wherever he goes, and this brand-new EP called ‘Ubuntu’ clearly illustrates the inspiration that has allowed his sets to develop. The EP’s primary track is built on a tight drum beat, and as the bass drops, it transforms into a pretty excellent groover. The synthesizers provide a special touch, while glitchy effects create a quirky atmosphere. ‘Chalenge Myself’ comes next and showcases Lucio’s distinctive bass, which is unique to his sound and will continue to be the driving force in his tracks. The track nicely sums up its underground house style, catchy vocals, and 808 drums. ‘Prophecy’ takes you on a journey with the ideal use of snares and toms on the build ups, well supported by a bouncy bassline and the large jazz chords in the breaks. This combination accurately describes the feeling which Lucio were seeking to generate on the dancefloor.