the next instalment in the dubplate series sees our very own scrimshire step up to the plate for the third time! having gained huge amounts of radio play for his own productions, as well as the occasional cheeky re-edit, scrimshire unleashes two very timely revisions of the jazz dancer s favourite a night in tunisia, with extra beats and bass meaning that the rest of the dance floor can join in too!
scrimshire s edits are synonymous with our imprint, and every one has been of the highest quality, often hand-picking the more obscure works you never knew you loved, from some of your favourite soul voices. and as we turn 21 (release-wise) he pulls it out of the bag once again, rework chaka s string-laiden -some love- into a monstrous dance-floor destroyer, adding some serious sliced and diced funk chops to merry clayton s percussion heavy version of -keep your eye on the sparrow-, and finally, subtly and tastefully turning mcneal + niles rare slow and soulful treat, -summertime love- into a late night balearic beauty. the perfect summer soundtrack and another sure-fire dubplate winner!
some say that soul music is making a comeback, but for these two funk-soul brothers it really never went away. here we have two great workouts of classic covers that show love & respect for the originals while steering them directly at the dance-floor. youíll know these tunes, but not like this!
the next instalment in the dubplate series sees our very own scrimshire step up to the plate for the fifth time!
having gained huge amounts of radio play for his own productions, as well as the occasional cheeky re-edit, scrimshire brings us two firing reworks of a couple of musical rarities covering latin, soul and disco angles.
his re-work of the 1975 brazilian obscurity tatarue by giovana aims both barrels firmly at the dancefloor, while his extended edit of the morris wilsonís version of rappers delight, entitled bebopperís delight, thankfully extends the originalís 1í35Ē length with some typically scrimshire twists and turns along the way.
once again, we hope you enjoy!
the sweet sixteenth instalment in the dubplate series sees regular contributors beatsy collins and bopperson deliver two firing, dance floor friendly re-works of a couple of classics from the legendary bobby mcferrin. beatsy collins re-work of thinking about your body has been knocking around on mp3 for some time now, and has been a mainstay of sets from a small selection of london s finest underground djs. it s a low slung affair, complete with a frenzy of filters and beats to move your feet. on the flip, mcferrin s cover of the lennon & mccartney favourite, from me to you, is completely re-imagined by young bopperson, giving it a foot friendly percussive shakedown, whilst adding some serious, face melting bass. as always, we hope you enjoy!
summer anthems alert!! featurecast turns his hand at re-working the aretha classic into an uplifting hip hop flavoured joint that brings smiles for miles. on the flip, the loot beggar mashes up miss winehouse and alton ellis into a spaced out jazz/reggae future classic.