Morlack's been on incredible form throughout 2013, and nothing sums up his skills better than this extensive EP on Breakbeat Paradise. "Let's Go Jammin" takes a cover of a Newcleus classic and applies some serious bubble bass and pop skank motifs. Premium party vibes can be found in the drum-dunking, uptempo bass romp "Get Your Back Off Of The Wall" and the raucous Wu-Tang/ACDC fusing body-slamming "Thunder Banger". Elsewhere Morlack shows off his more sentimental, emotional side with the Lord Finesse referencing "Everyday Thoughts" and gets his rocks off with the instant air-guitar strutting "When The Problems Are Dead". All areas of the dance covered in five simple booties - Morlack's reign over the nu-funk scene continues unabated.
Full-flavoured party vibes: emerging German funkster Myniemo lets loose with three pristine shindigs. "The Boss" dons its shades for an all-out Blues Brothers homage by way of a stomping "Peter Gunn Theme" reboot. "This Is How Rock" takes Biggie to the funkiest possible pastures while "A New Pair Of Boots" is a distinctive trip to Latin America with trembling pianos, hip-snapping castanets and mesmerising nylon string guitar strumming. Remix-wise Breakers give "This Is How We Rock" a sharper b-boy flavour with precision edits on the riddim while Endless Summer add a softer jazzier motif with jaunty organs galore. Tasty.