The mix in question comes from Lee Jarvis, and it's definitely my pick of five rubs of The Spins on offer. Although a) I wouldn't have used the f***** word myself, I'd have just called it deep, techy house and b) Roy Davis Jr's spaced-out, organ-led pass ain't half bad either.
The other mixes come from JT Donaldson and Justin Reed (plus of course Goulet's original), and you also get bonus cut Extra Long Polo thrown in, which is a kind of wiggy slap-bass and Rhodes workout over a deep house backdrop.
Anyway, with six tracks to choose from, you're gonna find something to play, so check it. This is straight from the Chi-town underground, people, just the way we like it!
About: Like I said, this is from Chicago where the Revolutionary Music crew have, I'm reliably informed, been putting on loft parties for some years now. This is the 25th release on the resulting record label.
Oh yeah, and I should probably tell you Goulet is originally from San Antonio in Texas, and is one of the Revolutionary Music co-founders. Sorry, I know this review's a bit lacklustre, but I've got toothache and a million things to do.