another impeccable production from the slyde boys, with driving beats, infections vocals, and outstanding remix by man of the moment twocker. the a side is breaks at its best. the bassline weaves its way through the sonic stack as posh seduces with her flirtatious lyrics. an outstanding remix comes courtesy of pete tong faves twocker, whose previous remix skills have run riot on cj bollands sugar is sweeter and morillos we like to move it. their genre crossing slyde remix hits all the house buttons, with a jumping jack intro and intense punchy bass lines which juxtapose perfectly with poshs vocals.
making a triumphant return to dance floors world wide, the incomparable plump djs unleash their first official release since 2005. system addict gets proceedings underway with a rumbling clarion bass call. with its central automatic, system addict mantra, the track switches between serrated bass and a gated synth hook, underpinned by some typically plump driving rhythms. flipside doppler sees the plumps going for some serious heads down action. a screaming crescendo drops into techy vocodered riffing before layered percussion builds and builds to devastating effect. this release has become a classic hands in the air plump djs weapon already taking dance floors by storm.
hes re licked soul of man, re mixed queen and re touched prince to name but a few, so what could the boy wonder a.skillz possibly put his hand to next i hear you ask? yes you guessed it, its none other than the original kings of pop the beatles!! strawberry jam forever is a catchy party starter like no other and has gained plays from pete tong, annie mac and sir krafty of kuts for that very reason. and if the kings werent enough hes only gone and remixed a reverend as well. soul legend al green gets the once over on with you, whilst collapsed lung booty eat my shorts completes a rather formidable package!
watch out here comes trouble! soul of man are back with the final release taken from their highly acclaimed re licked album and arguably they ve saved the best til last. rammed with ragga twins ruffness, trouble has been causing havoc worldwide since its inclusion on the finger lickin thang 4 mix whilst the deepcut remix completes the package giving the original an almighty run for its money! limited edition red vinyl!
whilst their debut release i like you is still causing havoc on near by dancefloors, shimon & nixon are proving themselves a force to be reckoned with! the burbling bass of around the edge is destined for sun soaked dancefloors and homegrown festival tents alike. shimons junglist influences are evident, minimal keys sit atop warped synth lines and atmospheric vocals. whitenoise is more the instant club banger, taking a trip to the darker reaches. the omnipotent bassline pulsates its way into your brain and builds to a powerful breakdown then bashing its way back to the jugular
with their new album on its way, slyde offer up a hell of a taster on this release. highrise is an atmospheric and twisted outing for the duo, with a heavy dose of bleeps and squelches creating a certain festival charm. on the flipside get this good sees a moody bassline provide the backdrop for infectious synths and sassy vocals on. yet another finger lickin bullet
brothers bud return with another chunk of boisterous bass in the form of yap yap, a casio fuelled concoction of heafty beats and cheeky bleeps! the a side is as solid as we have come to expect from the boys bud, with yap yaps robotic vocals building to a typically funk stained breakdown. on the flip escobar and vito steer things more towards electro house territory ensuring there is something for everyone on this peak time belter
despite the title >never coming back< they are back! back with the >stamina< and this time here to stay! stereo 8 hail from bristol, the town once described as the >graveyard of ambition< a corner of the united kingdom oozing with so much talent but overshadowed by so much lack of motivation. finger lickin are very proud to present this aa sided anthem >never comin back< – it is the official soundtrack to the summer festivals 2006
nick slater and kevin lancaster were shades of rhythm. they are now the critically acclaimed breakbeat heroes the drumattic twins. following hot on the heels of their recent smash remix >feelin kinda strange< they return with yet another monster. dj support - krafty kuts, soul of man, plump djs.
next in line of finger lickin monsters is from none other than the mighty plump djs. taken from their critically acclaimed album >saturday night lotion< is the enormously funky dr dub which contains elements of the thomson twins s 80s anthem doctor doctor. poptastic or what! on the flip is the highly sought-after but until now elusive blackjack
this cheeky one sider arrives just in time for christmas yet another bomb from the massive plump djs compilation saturday night lotion red shift is an ominous creeper that twists its way into your mind and stays there sinister synths and a growling bass ensure that this is yet another plumps killer (sb)