Seen Dirty Sound System yesterday. I was congenial. They just stole all their tracks to Fluokids... Fuck! Nevermind, we had fun. And now time to dance. Lets listen to this fuuuuuull vocal shit. From a cd that i bought 7 years ago. Huumm you like vocal house don't you?
The brothers aren't dead, recently they've been helping a legendary underground composer called Bernard Fèvre to re-release some wicked & sensual disco, as Black Devil Disco Club (check it out!), and now they deliver vinyl gems such as this one, in limited copies but you can try to hunt them !
ALLright, allright, this one is easy, but it fascinates me how things are recycled and transformed. It began with hip-hop reworking funk, then house with disco, then electro with rock etc, etc... But it stills astonishing to me when then use stuff that i used to listen when i was younger. Actually it doesn't bother me, i think that i like. (Well at least after a few drinks!)
Sonny Venice (me), is proud to give his after-partie mix. A moist electronic mix. "I did it a few months ago, and i hope you'll have lots of fun with it. My two partners here are allready dancing! Join them!"
Two tracks that i like, its usally the kind of tracks that makes me bounce like a crazy matherfucker on late hours. Times when you just want energy, music energy. It reminds me this techno parties with german dj's.
The very Best of the Best for this post, with a remix of Englishman Mike Monday by Frenchman (as the name tells) Tim Paris. Carefully chosen to attract all attention on those two fellows, who've been producing sweet sweet tracks for the last years, this tune is spot-on the Chicago house frequency. Simple and contagious, Tim Paris' version adds a huge build-up to an already strong kick and a syncopated synth. To all neophytes, here are the fondamentals of house today...