difusion take to their first solo release on editorial in style, with four irresistible edits of summer goodness. afrocal kicks things off channelling a slice of south african disco on the a side, coupled with a cut of electrifying funk in the form of can i do it. flip it over and you re taken on a more soulful tip for i can feel it before the sunset groover askin you rounds off the e.p perfectly.
the difusion crew turned some heads last year with the low-key release of their first grip of cult edits, and now they re back with a second installment that keeps the source material obscure, the treatment respectful and the vibes pure and positive. -someday- is a killer simmering slice of disco funk, while -on the scene- slows things down and turns up the 70s bombast with philly strings and brass blasts aplenty. -freaksta- takes things in a more cosmic direction, while -right now- aims right for studio 54 indebted flamboyance, all stirring diva vocals and bold production to get everyone freaking the right way.
billing themselves as crew of beat junkies raised in the legendary sugar shack studio,difusion make their first appearance on their own label in style with some righteous edits that make some decisive cuts where it counts for pure dancefloor dynamite. losing me is more of a rolling breakbeat inflected house workout with a deadly delay treatment on the vocals that drops in at just the right time to surely set a club off at any hour. get up is a more sultry cut but it still hits heavy, and be truthful and change it both offer up differing soulful angles to make this a highly versatile record for all kinds of situations.
special 4x12 inch pack containing four classic releases:
- solar-021: anton fielding & tiny stikz - afro punk’d (solar recordings)
- dcr-005: de hugo - music is u (danse club)
- act002: prompt - kieto (achtung)
- facto020: ismael rivas - relouder (factomania)