Aussie booty blaster Drummond gets his thug on with this firing four-pack. We ignite with the harmonious charms of Nate Dogg who demands we shake out jacksies with the help of Lafayette Afroband's rave-shaping horn sample and a bassline so juicy you won't need a drink for a week. "Work It" follows similar tactics as it celebrates the lyrical skills of Atlanta MC Unk. Dig deeper for an awesome, almost cosmic p-funk twist on Marlena Shaw. Finally we hit the most madcap fusion of the set as the Stones, Benny Benassi and DJ Funk get glued together with funky finesse of a mid-tempo big beat groove. Shake it.
For The Brothers In The Ghetto (part 2) - (4:51) 146 BPM
May Be The Grotto Be With You - (5:12) 152 BPM
Problems Generator - (4:35) 104 BPM
Movin' On The Dumb Stuff - (4:11) 55 BPM
900th Moon - (4:45) 111 BPM
Put It On Bitches - (4:38) 112 BPM
Freak Bitch - (4:31) 116 BPM
Bad Babe - (5:38) 59 BPM
This & That - (3:38) 120 BPM
Back It On Up - (5:46) 123 BPM
Who's The Hoe - (4:23) 125 BPM
We all know his name. And by now we should all know what he sounds like, too... Morlack has been blazing the nu funk, bass and bootleg scene with creativity and stacks of long players for a good half decade now. This latest set comprises 14 of his genre-melting dancefloor devices; from the Kravitz dancehall facelift "Boss Like Me" to the slap-bass strutting, percussion heavy 80s rap homages "For The Brothers In The Ghetto" and "Problems Generator" each cut is primed for unashamed party fun. Elsewhere there's a 90s ghetto twist on the Tower Of Power-twisting "Movin' On The Dumb Stuff" while another highlight "Back It On" sees Beenie Man getting the funkiest version of his illustrious life. Not a dull moment throughout, Morlack keeps killing it. Get to know.