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10 Jun 12
Played by: Chrissy Murderbot, Lpz, Discomendments, Cloned In Vatican!, Alexander Robotnick, Juno Recommends Deep House, Pat Lok (Homebreakin/On The Fruit), Tasun
Review: Since the launch of Futureboogie Recordings last year, Bristol cellar dwellers Behling & Simpson have consistently delivered some of the label's finest material. Here they're at it again, blending rush-inducing deepness, spine-tingling pianos, drifting vocal samples and heavy basslines inspired by their secret former lives as bass music stalwarts. This time round, Well Rounded Housing Project type James Fox has lent a hand. Lead cut "Work That Body" is arguably the pick - it's formidably wide-eyed and tactile - but find time to check out the bumpin', R&B-sampling "Good Thang" and the midtempo beauty of "Tangled". "AAW" is pretty damn tasty, too.
05 Jun 09
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
31 Oct 11
UK Funky/UK Garage
Played by: Monkey Beats
Review: Originally released on a 12", James Fox's Put It Back here sees a digital release with an exclusive track. "Put It Back" is a warm piece of futuristic house with a classic influence. With a stripped back feel, incorporating a deep bass groove and crisp hi-hats, the track is given warmth from its snatches of Chicago-leaning strings. David Kennedy in his Ramadanman guise provides a superb remix, upping the tempo and bringing some impressive bass production. The real gem however is the digital only track "Rebuildings", which offers a more glitchy, future leaning take on Fox's deep style, taking the Chicago feel of "Put It Back" and transplanting it straight to Detroit, with a the atmosphere of a stark, post-industrial wasteland.