championsound continue to blaze a trail, showcasing some of the hottest new talent to emerge from irelands vibrant music scene!! following hot on the heels of the premiere release on champion sound in 2013 , next in line comes the work of prolific northern irish producer, t-polar, whose previous releases on acroplane, saigon recordings, morris audio, !kaboogie records and rebirth garnered the support of everyone from mary anne hobbs to 2562 to boddika. in keeping with his previous output and adding to what must surely be irelands deepest discography in electronic music (dating back to 2004), t-polar (aka gary spence) releases feetwork, an ep which hop-scotches genres, roughened up by the searing properties of hoover bass, teamed with tough, rolling kicks, nods to leftfield house and vintage rave, and peppered with skittering two-step grit. the remix in the pack comes from the increasingly ubiquitous unknown whose youtube uploads and remixes have been setting the internet alight with speculation.
ok. this is an anthem. you know “dance” already, right? huge pal joey jam from way back in 1990? the one that flips carl bean’s “i was born this way” into the stratosphere? yeah, that’s it! except this is that track reimagined by 2 killer producers, flipped and edited into the cosmos by the new jersey legend kerri chandler and the west coast’s onionz, probably the only producers who could touch such a stone cold classic and actually bring something to the table! originally out in 2002 these 2 edits / mixes are total weapons, you need this 12” in your bag. everything is touched, tweaked and blended in just the right way and full respect is given to the mixes. this isn’t no fly by night re-edit thing, this is heavyweights bringing us some heat and their interpretation of a track that was obviously a huge deal for them on a personal level. do not snooze on this, masterfully repressed, with the full consent of everyone involved and remastered on a solid 12” for you all.