Dan Ghenacia & Chris Carrier – Vocalized EP – MFF (Music For Freaks)

Yet more excellent music hits the airwaves this time via the freaks. Dan Ghenacia & Chris Carrier’s distinctive, highly emotive, and downright irresistible Vocalized espouses the definitive characteristics that still make House Music such a commanding force. Feeling like a far-out, twisted Tom Tom Club with its insanely infectious bassline, voices tease and punctuate the groove sounding heavenly yet dangerously addictive. Next, Burning sends soaring Acid lines into the cosmos, backed-up by an equally explosive set of drums which see both of these productions ignite sight and sound.

Release: March 6

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Dave Aju & Thatmanmonkz feat Foxxee – They Sleep We Love – MFF (Music For Freaks)

Warning: the message contained here feels somewhere between an exalted prayer and an explosive revolutionary tract. Either way you’ll love the brilliant, stunning intent. Afterall, Attitude is most welcome in these days of safe, boring box ticking. So it’s not surprising to say that the music smoulders, sounding dark and heavy, as the voices proudly proclaim the testament. This most definitely is, in a word of three syllables, excellent. There’s nothing much else to say. Listen to the record.

Release: July 20

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Justin Harris & blondewearingblack – Remember EP – MFF (Music For Freaks)

Music has that innate ability to transport you somewhere else. In one place and time that’s back to the 1990’s at some random point in the evening with music just like this pounding away. Perhaps it is the fact that Remember is musical, featuring an actual song that provokes that sense of past times. Maybe it’s just that it is a good record. Either way the playful bass and punchy drums do all the work as brilliant, occasional keys add that extra something on the original version. The remix comes from Javi Bora & IAAM who add a more brutal kick to their arrangement, while the essence remains intact care of the vocals touches providing a more open Dub feel. Eggshells In The Ghetto, then simmers with Acid tension as the vocal once again adds spice to the sequence amid fiery snares and deep intention. Fine times.

Release: March 23

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