Viola* ‎– Little Girl

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bwana

bwana

May 7, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Little Girl (Masters At Work Remixes), 12", NE 20507

the whole thing...especially the dub is completely off the hook even though the vocal loop gets a tad monotonous...still maw deep bangin'
Unterhimmel

Unterhimmel

August 27, 2014
edited over 4 years ago
referencing Little Girl, 12", NE 20478
Little Girl (Club Mix)
Hard to believe that these times are already over, but this was (is?) "cocktail House", not really something to dance to but to stand or sit around in a trendy bar or club with a roof terrace and sip the latest drink. Next to you there are some fashion people, some students, some artists and some gay folks. No hipsters, no smartphones, no laptops, no oversized flatscreen TV on the walls, no dazzling energy-saving bulbs (a European issue), no distortion in the music. Outside it's a warm summer evening with the sun almost down and somewhere behind you a DJ plays "Little Girl" in a clubby Deep House mix, vinyl only.
lewisdene

lewisdene

August 22, 2011
referencing Little Girl (Illicit Mixes), 12", NE 20508
This slow burner from last autumn has already been previously been mentioned in dispatches as another ‘Finally’, yet the original Kyle Smith production then lacked the mixes to justify the means. That all changes as two twelves share a plethora of recreations from the Messrs Vega and Gonzales and the UK’s Illicit boys. Most attention I suspect will go to MAW’s mixes of solidly chunky beats that suit the incessant “put your clothes back on hook”, but for the more accessible club market it’s Illicit’s Club Remix that shows more chance of wider appeal. Either way this future classic is already starting to bubble away nicely.
lewisdene

lewisdene

February 19, 2011
referencing Little Girl, CD, Maxi, 20507
Cited by many as having the potential to become the next ‘Finally’, at the very least this is set to become somewhat of a cult classic for the soulful US garage fraternity. This very credible piece of modern dance is an entirely original production - no samples here matey – built round a ceaseless yet simple bassline, funky percussion riff and soothing piano chords. The vocal is simple and the song is just about as good as anything else you’ll hear all year, but the killer lick is the repetitive “put cha clothes back on, leave something” chant that could well become something of mantra given wider exposure. There’s four soul-iced mixes to edify the tastebuds that’ll shortly be joined by some new Louie Vega remixes too – he was so impressed he asked to mix the single.
lewisdene

lewisdene

February 19, 2011
referencing Little Girl (Masters At Work Remixes), 12", NE 20507
Cited by many as having the potential to become the next ‘Finally’, at the very least this is set to become somewhat of a cult classic for the soulful US garage fraternity. This very credible piece of modern dance is an entirely original production - no samples here matey – built round a ceaseless yet simple bassline, funky percussion riff and soothing piano chords. The vocal is simple and the song is just about as good as anything else you’ll hear all year, but the killer lick is the repetitive “put cha clothes back on, leave something” chant that could well become something of mantra given wider exposure. There’s four soul-iced mixes to edify the tastebuds that’ll shortly be joined by some new Louie Vega remixes too – he was so impressed he asked to mix the single.
lewisdene

lewisdene

February 19, 2011
referencing Little Girl, 12", NE 20478
Cited by many as having the potential to become the next ‘Finally’, at the very least this is set to become somewhat of a cult classic for the soulful US garage fraternity. This very credible piece of modern dance is an entirely original production - no samples here matey – built round a ceaseless yet simple bassline, funky percussion riff and soothing piano chords. The vocal is simple and the song is just about as good as anything else you’ll hear all year, but the killer lick is the repetitive “put cha clothes back on, leave something” chant that could well become something of mantra given wider exposure. There’s four soul-iced mixes to edify the tastebuds that’ll shortly be joined by some new Louie Vega remixes too – he was so impressed he asked to mix the single.