Abel – Tornado – ATJAZZ RECORD COMPANY

On a more positive note come these hot reworking of Abel’s wonderful album cut featuring Marcel & Elliott, although don’t let the opportunity to soak up all that gorgeous soul-tripping intensity of the original first – an outstanding piece of contemporary music. Firstly is the Rocco Warrior Mix which breaks down the elements, then adds a caustic synthesized loop setting it all alight in a totally different way. Next, and I can’t think of anyone more appropriate, is Fred Everything’s version which expands the originals emotional richness adding a tougher, more playful quality care of funky breaks and bass while sounding most heavenly in the process.

Release: June 15
http://www.atjazz.co.uk/label

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Indy Lopez
‘El Son Del Bongo’
Kult Records

Hotwired directly from his Valencia recording studio into your system is Indy Lopez’s inescapable release for NYC’s Kult Records. Hitting all the right reference buttons his production administers a killer synth hook, fierce tribal beats and party-time vocals to remedy any given situation, or at least that’s how the feeling goes. Eddie Cumana takes a different direction with relentlessly moody stabs, heavy duty sub-bass and invigorating percussion on yet another skillfully executed remix which I’d seriously suggest you try out for size. 9

Exclusively at Beatport http://www.beatport.com/#release/el-son-del-bongo/401040
All other stores imminently

http://www.indylopez.com

 

 

Timmy Regisford feat. Lynn Lockamy
‘At The Club’
Tribe Records

Tribe’s motto of, One Sound One People encapsulates the sentiments of this powerful song perfectly. Lifted from Timmy Regisford’s album for the label, from earlier in the year, this now has added urgency with this brand new set of remixes. The Da Capo Afro Mix impressively blends together mean techno stabs and shuffling shaker rhythms with Lynn Lockamy’s smoking vocals, which when combined with the imposing pads feels nothing less than epic. The Rocco (Rodamaal) remix picks up the pace with perky chords to give the song a different perspective while DJ Mbuso reworks it yet again with cool breaks and pulsating beats. 9

http://www.triberecordsuk.com/new/index.php?action=viewrelease&id=TRIBE026

 

 

Kamo
‘Set The Routine’
Trendy Mullet

Manchester based producers Niall and Liam aka Kamo are ones to watch if this trip through twisted funk is something to go by. Pitched at a less intense tempo, and all the more forceful for it, Set The Routine manages to throw together all sorts of twists and turns by way of eighties synths through to a classic House bassline and comes up shinning. Second track Shoot Your Shot feels that bit more retro but then with a slap-bass of this magnitude that’s fine by me. Classic Recordings Luke Solomon provides an impeccable remix of Set… by combining an intense set of disorientating rhythms leaving you dazed and pleasantly confused. Buenos Aries DJ Manuel Sahagun then ups the tempo on Shoot… and gives it a techier though no less funky feel. 8

release: 12 Oct 2011

http://www.trendymullet.co.uk

 

 

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