Aussie-in-London Frankee More has developed some neat momentum with a fine line of free edits. Now ready for his first official release, he joins the party-hardy messers at Bula. And he's done so with three instant floor-pleasers; "That's The Funk" takes a Bootsy seminar and sonically illustrates it with slinky results, "Let's Celebrate" takes Kool & The Gang and rides them rawhide with a bumping electro bassline while "Give Up To Party" takes the KC & The Sunshine Band and gives it such a filthy low-end lick you can only play it after the watershed. Naughty.
An Australian based in London, producer Frankee More gives the occasional instalment of frothy party fun. There's no fear of groundbreaking sounds here or deep navel gazing, it's all about cheeky giggles on the dancefloor. Here we have another two such sizzlers to enjoy. First up, "This Feeling" fuses a laid-back electro-funk bassline with an impassioned soul vocal and a sax solo. On the digital flipside lurks "Dance Now", basically an update of C&C Music Factory's Everybody Dance Now that, if played at the right time, will blow the roof off any self-respecting house party. Job done.
Australia's Funkee More makes his comeback on the always-up-for-it Bulabeats with some party-ready, pseudo house gems filled with dirty little samples. "Hit The jack" is a half-step house edit of the infamous "Hit The Road Jack", "Feelin Good" takes Nina Somone's classic and spins it on its head good and proper, while "A Naughty Holiday" opts for an electro swagger and turns out to be the heaviest missile among this artillery of edits.
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