Fine Mundi (Marco Skarica radio Mmixix) - (3:55) 128 BPM
Fine Mundi (Marco Skarica extended mix) - (5:41) 128 BPM
Fine Mundi (Niko Noise remix) - (4:43) 128 BPM
Fine Mundi (Mario Jay Bee & V1ru5 mix) - (5:45) 130 BPM
Fine Mundi (Candiolo Hotel mix) - (2:54)
Two announcements, both of which might alarm you. Firstly "Fine Mundi" is actually Latin for 'end of the world'. What does Kronos know that we don't? Should we be spending our money on mad holidays and getting naked more often? Secondly, this is a ruddy mad record! If you enjoy the operatic drama of Justice but would rather it with a big helping of Euro pump then you've come to right place. Whether it is the end of the world or not you've definitely got time for a few more DJ gigs and opening with this will blow your dancefloor's mind. All flavours of upbeat, trance-tinged house are on offer... Just be quick before we all die, eh?
Yam Who?'s ISM label come through with a four track slice of disco centric Futurism, featuring the man Yam himself alongside PBR Streetgang and Ron Basejam. It's the latter who takes the lead with a remix of Alena's "Changes" that sees her sultry vocal teased by a most excellent of analogue synth leads that splurges brilliantly across the crisp mid tempo chug. Yam Who? teams up with vocalist Natasha Watts for the similarly bottom heavy bump of "I'm In Love" which has a certain warehouse appeal to it. Up next, PBR pay respect to the godfather of soul James Brown with the gritty flex of "J2thaB" with the sadly departed Mr Brown strangely sounding at times like he wants to go to Tesco. We always took him for a Waitrose man, but regardless this is probably the track you'll reach for most! Finally Brothers Young do their thing to a Trammps classic, with little more than the bassline retained. Big tip!