It's not hard to spot the influence on Roisto's new track Come On, it's classic French Filter Disco House, reminiscent of Roulé and Scratché and artists like the Buffalo Bunch and Bangalter. It's a genuine throwback a hard overly compressed pumping one bar disco loop with a snappy vocal loop running through it that worms it's way into your ears and doesn't stop until it's embedded in your brain.
As with a lot of the French Filter sounds there are little flourishes of programming and instrumentation that you're never quite sure if it's a sample or played, but either way the little stabs and bass plucks just add to the energy and flow of the track in many ways it reminds me of possibly the greatest of all French Touch tracks, the Mother Ship Reconnection in that it's kind of P-Funk 80's in how it sounds rather than outright disco.
It's an interesting departure form Roisto's over work, whcih while also delving into the French touch sound sits more along the lines of the Braxe and Falke style soulful vibe, whereas this? this is just balls out dancefloor chaos.
At 3 minutes it's a tad short (but there is an extended version for the DJ in you) but that's ok because you'll be rewinding it anyway.