First up, collaborating with LeSale on LuvSick a soulful and later 80’s boogie joint reminiscent of Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis. Keeping it simple and letting the groove do the work, this track will slide into your Disco set, nu or old, like a beautiful breeze. Track two on the A side is Lee teaming up with label companion Jakobin on Find a Girl. Deeper, evangelical, actually quite ethereal, but with a proper wobbly basslines and some serious stomp on the kick drum. Like the drummer has one of those military boots on. Deep, deep celestial house in which you better turn the lights off in the club (or else!) The deepness continues on the flip side with the first track Deep Inside featuring Simonlebon. Spacey and cosmic, bass and synthesizer heavy, but with the quality of weightlessness and a soft delicacy. It’s a little treasure of a track that will find some broad appeal, especially when you need to break up a “too banging” set. Think of “Equilibrium” and you know what I mean (hopefully?) Finally, B-2 (and it is by no means the weakest link on this EP) is Domino in association with Lee on Be Yourself. Funky and flavoursome with bright young vocals and keys. Again, as with all Luv Shack outings, you get this effortless and sexy settled groove, basslines that softly shake the rump, and you always get simple sensual synthesizer action. The sexy track on the EP! Quality mastering as always by the magician that is Patrick Pulsinger. Yeah, it’s another high calibre EP from Luv Shack. Enjoy!
- Alan Brown, Soul Seduction, Vienna
(added: 2012-10-02 13:08:46 )