Sunday, 10 July 2011

Z-Factor - Keep On Jumpin'

You know the song, of course – originally by Musique and covered to glorious mid-90s handbag effect by both Todd Terry and the Lisa Marie Experience. You might have forgotten, however, that Mr David of Leeshire had a crack at it back in the mid-90s too, wearing his Z-Factor hat.

Well, he did. Now his take gets a second run-out in the form of a brace of new mixes from hot Italian talent Luigi Rocca… and, well, what can I tell you? Yes, you know pretty much what this is gonna sound like before you even hear it, but with so much shoddy second-rate disco house doing the rounds right now, there's no harm in the young pretenders getting an object lesson in how it's done properly from the original master. Keep on jumpin' indeed.

Oh yeah, and while Mr Rocca's vocal mix is a fairly classic-style peaktime rendering, his Dub is a more stripped-down affair that would work on deeper/later floors as well, ensuing this release is no one-trick pony.

Out: This week

About: This comes atcha of course on Mr Lee's own Z Records, who live here.

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