2 years ago
Friday, 16 November 2012
Max One - Program The Jam
Rather than UK garage of the mid-late 90s though, it's the deep and soulful house sound of late 90s/early 00s San Francisco that's the most obvious influence on this latest from Midlands-based deep house label Dizzy Funk. With a hip-house vocal that couldn't sound more Tyree Cooper-esque if it tried, female backing vocal wails and a fat n' funky b-line, the Original here would've sounded right at home in the early days of Salted, Loveslap!, Transport or Naked.
Remix-wise, Jay Marks' Jazzy Dub adds jazzual piano chords-a-gogo while label boss Sean Jay turns in a Dizzy Dub that strips things right back for those pre-dawn moments. Superb stuff.
Out: This week
About: You can find Dizzy Funk on Soundcloud and Facebook.