Monday, 9 January 2012

Stranger Danger – Play Deep/Next Knock

Some raw, uncompromising deep house shiznit here, courtesy of Tarantic Records and Stranger Danger, AKA Dominic F from Oakland.

Play Deep itself is a slightly techy deep house dancefloor cut with a familiar vocal sample, a disconcerting trippy breakdown in the middle and plenty of dat good west coast bump either side of it. Next Knock, meanwhile, is a funk-driven groove with occasional spoken vocal snips about "getting down" and suchlike; think Salted Music, think Tyree Cooper, think live jazzual sax, think early/late hours dancefloor bliss, especially in stripped-down Amit Shoham Remix form. The original is a slightly more accessible, party-hearty number while BradElectro beefs things up a little for bigger floors, but Shoham's mix is the one for me here.

Out: This week

About: Here's where to find Tarantic Records online, and here's Stranger Danger on Soundcloud where you can check out plenty more of his stuff

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