An interesting proposition this, Senor Kasio is not so much a single, but more an online community project. Sure the single is there to buy if you want to, but at the IWF website (www.iwfproject.com) users have the ability to download the constituent parts of the track, and create their own remixes. This throws up all kinds of questions about the nature of music itself - how much longer will it be before we no longer need artists to create music for us? Does this approach demystify the whole song writing process, and is that a bad thing? Is it really that easy to create a dance track, and if it is, does it mean that tracks like this are entirely soulless? You are of course free to make up your own minds and questions.
The track itself sounds a little like Electric Six meeting Right Said Fred in the Gay Bar. Unfortunately it's neither as spirited or as clever as either of those examples. That said, it is destined to be a floor filler, because when you're losing it on the dance floor you don't really want to think about structure and intellectual nuances. As a dance track it ticks all the right boxes. Funked up 80's bass? Check. Thumping Bass Drum? Check. Stupid chorus? Check.
It's unlikely to get any radio play, as IWF stands for the song's main refrain, 'I Wanna Fuck', hence the online approach. The only ways to really hear it is on the web, or go grab the single. Alternatively, wait for it to come on at your Christmas Party, drunkenly bellow "I Wanna Fuck" at that one you fancy from accounts, and ruin any chance you had of getting down and dirty with them.