Delusions of Grandeur graced their catalog with the likes of Adesse Versions for the first time recently and DAMN. I mean not surprised after all because dude is the truth when it comes to beating down the dance floor with his slamming deep cuts. Owning a few of his tunes already, no doubt I’ll be after this one once payday arrives tomorrow. Peep Pulp Fusion here and you’ll understand.
Along with that I’ll keep it short and sweet this week, Brame & Hamo just teased their next EP on IG and boy does it sound tasty. Peace!!
Midnight Riot really are on the next level when it comes to edits/sample based disco. They just dropped the Windy City / Let's Make Love EP from relatively new-comer Natasha Kitty Katt, and it's purrfect if meow what I'm saying, aaargh no more cat puns, lets just say I'm really feline it. Just in time for Valentine's day, Jambutek Recordings offer up the Pawas 'Undivided EP' it slaps all the right keys, and uplifts with some deft effects touches. Lastly, i've been hammering Oliver Dollar and Crazy P collab, 'Loose Beat' again recently. Spiritual goodiness that hits you right in the pew-piece. Really showcases both artist's talents and aligns their respective 'sounds' perfectly.
Startin' off with one hot off the represses, Saucy Lady's 7" for Audio Chemist Recordings, presumably her own imprint on Star Creature, is gettin' that repress action. The title track, Makka Na Taiyo, is a modern boogie attack, with Saucy Lady's ever so smooth and soulful vocals, you won't even know what hit you until your foot can't stop stomping. Flip it to the B side if you want to bring the tempo down and make it sensual, and pick that one up here. Blasting us up north of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy is a remix from Trinidadian Deep, for Cosmic Garden's latest EP on his Cosmic Rhythm label, hoo-wee that's a lotta star stuff. The track makes me feel like I'm dancing on a cloud, the italo inspired synthwork really does it for me, and the vocal sample is the cherry on top. Give that one a listen and find out more via SlothBoogie. Grab them reading glasses, cause J Dilla's birthday was yesterday, so that means its time to, even if you already have, give RBMA's Life Is A Donut feature on one of the most influential producer/rappers of all time, a read. Till next time friendos, stay up!