Caucasian Boy ‎– Hotrox

Strictly Rhythm ‎– SR 12370
Vinyl, 12"

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A1 Hotrox
Engineer – Damian Stanley
A2 Dubrox (Dominic Dawson Remix)
Engineer – Damian StanleyEngineer [Remix] – LajRemix – Dominic Dawson
B1 Jelly Belly
Engineer – James Brown (3)Producer, Arranged By, Mixed By, Written-By – Denise Bayliss
B2 Kashmir
Engineer – Crispin J. Glover, DJ ShakraProducer, Arranged By, Mixed By, Written-By – DJ Shakra


  • Executive Producer – Phil Cheeseman
  • Producer, Arranged By, Mixed By, Written-ByCrispin J. Glover


Side A: Produced for Matrix Records. Recorded at Strictly 4 Groovers, Nottingham. "Dubrox" remixed for Reel Houze Productions.
Side B: "Jelly Belly" recorded at State 51, London. "Kashmir" recorded at Ali Shack, London.

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November 5, 2010

4 tracker with a north & south side as opposed to A/B.
South side - Jelly Belly - Nice groove, bongo beats, deep bass, slight vocal snippets and a TB303 style simple synth part. Its not exactly acid house sounding, and definately a typical strictly rhythm tune.
Kashmir - Starts with simple kick and hat/clap house beat, but a very acid sounding TB303 synth line bubbles up. The track builds very nicely with a string synth entering, and the TB303 line filters nicely, so all the parts work together very well.
North side - hotrox - starts with a cowbell/clap beat, then enter typical strictly thumping kick drum. Bassline is really nice, and synth parts give the tune an early garage feel. Quite a nice simple vocal part works very well, overall I really think this is the standout track.
Dubrox - seems like a reworked version of hotrox. Different synth part, but the vocal is the same, and as much vocal as the previous track so not really a dub. The synth is more a high string sound, and although its very nice, doesnt work as well as the organ/electric piano sound of the previous track.