Wednesday, 16 June 2010

Clemens Rumpf & David A Tobin - Ain't Nothing But House Music

Well, talk about doing what you say on tins. This is a full-length album from this duo, it's labelled on the front "A journey into soulful, disco and funky house vibes" which pretty much tells you anything I could've, and almost every track is a lyrical (usually spoken) homage to… yeah, you guessed it.

You could accuse it of being a one-trick-pony of an album, sure… unless you're like me and can't get enough of tracks like this, in which case it's something of a treat. Even for me it does get a bit wearing when consumed as a whole, but I'm not sure that's really the point: it's just a set of good club tracks (for the RIGHT clubs, obviously), and there's nowt wrong with that. The self-explanatory Jazz In The House is a killer, for a start.

It's good to know there are other folks out there who still BELIEVE, innit?

Out: This week

About: This comes atcha on Reelgroove, who as I've pointed out before do a sterling job of keeping the trad vocal flag flying so more power to 'em - website here.

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