Saturday, 12 June 2010

Harry Choo Choo Romero - Phuture

The Subliminal stalwart makes a surprise appearance on Ovum with a slab of driving house that's just a little bit tech-tinged around the edges.

With a spoken female vocal about seeing into the, er, future, Phuture is house-y enough to appeal to the traditionalists, but with just enough of an edge to it to appeal to younger, Berlin-obsessed crowds as well. It's accompanied by a Dub from Romero himself, which is a slightly druggier take, and – best of all – by a Joris Voorn Remix. Voorn's mix retains the drive and dancefloor energy, yet is nonetheless that little bit deeper and groovier. Listen carefully and there's a cheeky little acid squelch to it, too.

To be quite honest, it's been some time since I paid much attention to an HCCR release, but Harry's a nice guy so I'm pleased to report that this is his best in YEARS, and you really should check it for yourself. It's a proper dancefloor mover and no mistake, guv'nor.

Out: This week

About: Both Harry Choo Choo and Josh Wink's Ovum imprint have been 'big in the game' for years so I shan't bang on, but it is worth noting that this release forms part of the label's 15 year anniversary celebrations - good effort! Here's their website – if you're VERY quick, you might just catch the end of their '20% off' sale...

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