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posted a review of Pound Boys - Jack It Up. over 2 years ago
Agree with the previous two reviews. Although a fan of the Pound Boys, I am majorly disappointed that no credit has been given to Spencer Kincy for ripping off Soho. The wobbly bass line that runs through the track is a brilliant piece of production ... See full review
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posted a comment on Plastic (21) - We Dig You, Acid. over 2 years ago
I'm not convinced that it's just Luke Solomon producing on this. There are shades, sounds and smells of Derrick L. Carter lurking in there too. Can anyone verify?
posted a comment on Derrick L. Carter* - Where U At?. over 2 years ago
Agreed. This was jackin' house at its peak. That's where it's at.
posted a comment on Method Men - Disko Biscuit (Remixes). over 2 years ago
Sneak's mix here is a mind bender. Let the track play in it entirety and fiddle away at the knobs for even more filtered mind bending action.
posted a comment on Nick Holder Feat. Andraya - Inside Your Soul. over 2 years ago
Killer record. All the mixes are solid and can be played at different stages of a night. My pick is the Jamie Anderson mix which has a dark jazzy Detroit tech feel but still delivering on the dance floor at the peak. The Nick Holder mixes are also ... See full review
posted a comment on Chief Rocker - Fathead. over 2 years ago
Agree 100%. Heard Derrick Carter drop this at The End in London in 2000. Made the cigarette fall out of my mouth and burn my newly-bought white dancing shoes. Dance floor killer written all over this jam!
submitted No Assembly Firm - Back in bizness. over 2 years ago
posted a comment on Frankie Knuckles - Baby Wants To Ride / Your Love. over 2 years ago
I seem to have yet another repress/reissue copy. Label on mine says and plays at 33rpm. Distributed by Sanlar Exports ... And most strangely has a barcode printed on the A-side on the rhs of the label. I bought it new circa 2001.
posted a review of JT Donaldson* - Dimension Of Breath & Life EP. over 2 years ago
Highly overlooked and underrated release from JT. This is pure deep house mastery with all 3 tracks being solid and very playable. For me B1 is the winner with its smooth licks, pushy baseline and the sax coming in late to take it up yet another level. ... See full review