DUSTY HOUSE - ROOM 3
12" Vinyl BE
Undoubtedly one of the successes of 2009, Rejecteds Dusty House series rolls into town with its latest installment, and this time the Dutch label has invited a new artist on board: Nic Fanciulli!
Stuart McMillan (Slam) - "Work The Week works best for me!"
Patrick (M.A.N.D.Y.) - "Work The Week sounds good."
Nick Curly - "Good release from Nic... Feed The Freezer...full support!"
Anja Schneider - "Work the Week...like it. Nice work."
Samuel L Session - "The best one so far! Points to Feed The Freezer alone."
Hernan Cattaneo - "Feed The Freezer is great stuff!"
Bart Skils (District One) - "Filter house in full effect with Work The Week.. uplifting sounds for the dancefloor. Will play it for sure!"
Christian Smith - "Full support for Feed The Freezer. Very solid release. I will play this in Buenos Aires this weekend! I love the artwork! and good luck on bringing back disco house Joris!!!"
Mihai Popoviciu - "I love them both and will heavily support!!!"
Tiger Stripes - "I like both tracks, nice work!"
Darren Emerson - "Feed The Freezer will fit into my set no problem..nice one Nic!"
Till von Sein - "Loving both tracks here..dope weapons!"
Karotte - "2 good house tracks for the series, but the other 4 from Joris was much more powerful:-). Full support also for the 2 tracks from Nic."
Thomas Schumacher - "I really dig the "Dusty House" concept. If I want to drop "big room" tunes than this is my first choice. Feed The Freezer is top!"
Anthony Collins - "Fat house groove on Feed The Freezer!"
Tom Findlay (Groove Armada) - "Feed The Freezer is my favourite here, really working the groove, nice."
Federico Grazzini - "Work The Week is good for me, thanks a lot. Will play."
Orde Meikle (Slam) - "Cool tracks. More quality from Nic. Feed The Freezer is cool!"
Erick Morillo - Downloaded.
AFFKT - "Great work! Feed The Freezer!!"
DJ W!LD - "Cool EP will play Feed The Freezer."
Butch - "Looking forward to play this tunes! Feed The Freezer shines!"
Sébastien Léger - "Disco-house is back.... maybe i should re-release my old french touch records from 1999-2003? - This is good thou, will support both."
Deetron - "Feed the Freezer is really powerful and chunky, can't wait to hear it on a big system."
Jay Bliss - "Massive release again from Rejected! Will play both tracks. Thanks!"
Al Redmond - (RTE Pulse, Dublin) - "This series has been such a great addition to the 2009 year of music. Disco-fuelled pumping housers. They've all been guaranteed floor fillers and this is no different. Feed the Freezer is the one for me. On it!"
Steve Parry - (Juice FM) - "Feed The Freezer is great, infact they both are. Filtered house is definately on its way back big time! Love 'em!"
Jose Maria Ramon - (Ibiza Global Radio) - "Madre mia!!! What a great house music. The 2 tracks are fantastic. Sure play on Ibiza Global Radio."
Tom Wax (YOU FM) - "Disco is back on the floors! Feed The Freezer is great!"
Club Madnezz Holland - "Feed The Freezer has a nice groove!"
Tsugi Magazine (France) - "Feed The Freezer is a good one!"
Undoubtedly one of the successes of 2009, Rejected's 'Dusty House' series rolls into town with its latest installment, and this time the Dutch label has invited a new artist on board... Nic Fanciulli.
With the incredible success of tracks like 'Sweep The Floor' and 'Chase The Mouse', the series has found world wide DJ, Radio and Chart support, for its exciting brand of powerfully charged house. Sometimes filtered, sometimes disco, but always fueled by funk, it is a brave man who takes on the challenge of hosting a room at the 'Dusty House'.
Take it on he has. Fanciulli has fitted the function one, built the lighting rig, hooked up the smoke machine, and he's even gone and supplied a free bar. All to create the perfect setting for these two prime cuts of filtered goodness. 'Feed The Freezer' has been hugging the disco ball, where as 'Work The Week' has been getting friendly with the Latin chick who's been samba-ing over the in the corner all night...
Both are perfect additions to a Dusty House that with each room is becoming one hell of a party venue [Feedbacks from ]