Can't say no to a bit of Rick Wade. Indeed, 'Tech Breed' is a shade techier that his usual, soul-drenched output, but 'Groovy' and 'Whoa Children' bring the funk. Yessir.
The legendary Mike Dunn gets re-rubbed here by Ibadan bossman Jerome Sydenham and Sweden's Martin Brodin. Vision Factory of Berlin and their balls-out epic-ness is tough to resist, though.
Cologne pair andhim present the latest excursion of their 'super house' sound. And to be fair, for all its self-aggrandisement, it is pretty super. And it's house. So here we are. Despite spelling issues, 'Spayce' has got oodles of swing among all the bleeping electronica, a clattering anthem, layered with glorious noise. 'Domplatte' is a tad more understated, but it lacks not ambition. When the drums roll back in after each classy break, all becomes abundantly clear. Very good indeed.
Slow bpm with a brutally hard kick, this is one of the coolest and most creative tracks I’ve heard in a while. Classic jump meets house!