|MY CURRENCY: USD | MY COUNTRY: USA|
Features the latest dance music news, interviews, music and tech reviews, podcasts & more...Visit Juno Plus
DJ & STUDIO EQUIPMENT
Massive range of equipment and accessories for DJs and studio use.Visit Juno DJ
VINYL & CDs
17 Jun 13
07 Jun 13
Played by: Art Of Tones, Dave Allison, Alexander Robotnick, Flash Atkins, Alkalino, Disco Tech (Discodat), Headzsquare, Fredeverything, Shota Tanaka (Beaten Space Probe), Vladislav Moustache Love, Martin Hayes (Rose Records)
Review: Session Victim's 2012 debut full-length The Haunted House of House was arguably one of the best deep house albums of the year. Here, they return with their first new material since. Opener "Yes I Know" features their trademark loose, swinging drums, warm chords and classic deep house sheen, alongside a healthy amount of what sounds like organic instrumentation. With the addition of a delicious disco vocal sample, it makes for wonderful listening. Max Graef remixes, turning in a version that sounds like a deeper take on 6th Borough Project. "Glow In The Dark", meanwhile, is wholeheartedly Balearic - a blindingly sunny slice of semi-live disco-house bagginess that should get maximum rotations in warmer climes this summer.
05 Jun 13
10 Jun 13
Why Wait For Tomorrow (feat Pete Simpson - Al Kent Disco Madness version - Record Store Day edit) - (8:18) 120 BPM
Played by: Dave Allison, Hot Toddy, Headzsquare, The Funk Hunters, Al Kent, Vladislav Moustache Love, Random Soul, Monkey Boots
Review: Here's a downloadable version of Z Records' limited edition Record Store Day vinyl remix package of four tracks by label boss Joey Negro and his Sunburst Band. Sizzling electro-funk lead track "Taste The Groove" is given a low-slung, chugging 'Walk The Night'-style disco makeover by Hot Toddy. "Why Wait For Tomorrow" is teased out into up to 11 minutes of vintage disco ecstasy (in over three different mixes!) by Al Kent. "Definition Of Luv" also gets some super camp New York housey lovin' from Sean McCabe.
07 Jun 13
03 Jun 13
Played by: Alexander Robotnick, Disco Tech (Discodat), The Funk Hunters, Dynamicron (Los Grandes/Our Nights)
Review: If it ain't broke don't fix it as they say, and this Euro party edits producer is certainly living by this maxim. Here we find the talented producer providing Greek label Timewarp with a selection of his reworks of disco obscurities. As usual it's hard to not want to get up dance to his infectious remixes including the pulsating, arpeggiated 80s night drive of "Yull Disco Breaks (instrumental)", the wah-wah heavy hip-house of "Blast" and the chaotic acid funk of "Nose Dive".
08 Jun 13
Played by: Richard.gear, Fingerman, Cloned In Vatican!, Disco Tech (Discodat), The Funk Hunters, Shota Tanaka (Beaten Space Probe), 78 Edits
Review: Back once again with more heavyweight jams, it's the man with the dodgy name; yes it's Fingerman time again! This time we get the laconic slouch funk of ""Tootin" which comes complete with possibly the most chilled out rap of all time! Elsewhere, "Your Love" is head-nodding 70s wah-wah guitar laden soul and "Phoenix" ends things on disco diva high.
03 Jun 13
Played by: Dicky Trisco, Fingerman, Dave Allison, Superbreak, Venice Beach, Disco Tech (Discodat), Sinden, Shota Tanaka (Beaten Space Probe), Vladislav Moustache Love, 78 Edits, Martin Hayes (Rose Records), Lesale
Review: Jacques Renault and Marcos Cabral's OTP Party Breaks series has always been a reliable source of floor-filling edits and reworks. This latest installment is arguably one of the strongest releases in the series to date. Cabral kicks things off with his edit of "Latin Box", a formidable chunk of titanium-clad proto-house business that evokes images of sweaty New York basements and Chicago warehouses. Renault continues the theme on his synth-heavy homage to the 'proto' era, "Love Reaction" - all razor-sharp drum edits, cut-up vocal stabs and fierce freestyle synths. Crate-digger and renowned editor Kon provides some sublime loopy disco on "No Mistake", before WooHoo steal the show with the low-slung disco house monster "Nightwalker", a cut-and-paste fusion of elements from familiar (and lesser-known) disco cuts.
20 May 13
Played by: Jm Jackmaster, Dicky Trisco, Michael Mckenna (Keep Schtum), Fingerman, Martin Virgin, Cloned In Vatican!, Venice Beach, Disco Tech (Discodat), Juno Recommends Disco, Freddy Love, Disco B, 78 Edits, Get Down Edits, Dynamicron (Los Grandes/Our Nights), Lesale, Grass Green, Monkey Boots, Vinyladdicted
Review: It seems that the nu-disco trend of re-edits is one that just keeps growing. Everyone from Siberia to Greece is doing it, and now the fever has spread to Ireland too in the form of the Get Down Edits label. Thankfully these guys don't (usually) pick the obvious stuff - Fingerman samples Luther Vandross' "Never Too Much" on "Too Much" so they lose points for that, but generally it's all good jazzy, funky retro jams.
06 May 13
Played by: B-Jam, DJ Butcher (Chopshop Music), Dicky Trisco, Fingerman, Yam Who?, Dave Allison, Superbreak, Jayl Funk, Disco Tech (Discodat), Juno Recommends Disco, Downtown Party Network, The Funk Hunters, The Glue, Shota Tanaka (Beaten Space Probe), Al Kent, Moonoton, Disco B, Joseph Terruel, Weedyman, Caserta, Peza, Get Down Edits, Dynamicron (Los Grandes/Our Nights), Lesale, B.g. Baarregaard, Grass Green
Review: Arriving at a fourth Midnight Riot label compilation in little over a year is no mean feat for Yam Who?'s ISM operation, and the key to their success lies in the diversity of sounds you can include within the overarching theme of nocturnal grooves. And of course the high standard of artists that contribute, with this bumper 23 track selection no different as Yam Who? call on some respected names to contribute; seeing the likes of Joey Negro, Ilya Santana, Rakyo and LTJ Experience puts you at ease as you know you are in good hands - the Negro edit of Yambee's Ballistic Brothers classic "Blacker" is a notable highlight. Yet the fact these established names don't overshadow the contributions of lesser known Midnight Riot newcomers such as Dan Butler and Caserta - indeed the latter Boston based producer provides perhaps the best example of a 'nocturnal groove' with his slow burning, beat down house cut "Get Down".
03 Jun 13
Review: Of late, veteran Venezuelan DJ/producer Pablo Sanchez (now residing in Barcelona) has been pushing a sound based around deep house, nu-disco and Afro-funk. However for this new release he appears to return to the jazzier influences that informed his earlier work. "Out & About" is six minutes of party clap beats and sizzling freeform jazz. On the remix front, Kyodai goes for a crazy, escalating, Dave Brubeck inspired freakout while Opolopo delivers a more familiar funky house version.
10 Jun 13
Review: Mullet Records continue their quest to impose the sound of the Billboard Dance & RnB Chart circa 1985 on modern dancefloors everywhere, and it's a cause we totally support. Strong, Latino-style female vocal? Check. Timex Social Club-style electro bass? Check. Debarge-style tropical melodies? Check. In short, a winner! Lots of good remixes too, the best being the ever-dependable Elijah Collins who transforms the song from a good retro tune into something more unique and contemporary.
10 Jun 13
Review: One of Kojak Giant Sounds' best moments comes to digital for the first time. These two Lefttside Wobble edits originally slipped out on 12" in 2010, and have remained in the box of discerning DJs ever since. The uplifting, low-down version of Ashford and Simpson's "Don't Cost You Nothing" is teased and tweaked to perfection, with the track's celebratory feel and springy groove rightly treated with respect. The drum breaks sound fiercer than ever, too, with plenty of subtle build and the odd dose of tape delay to keep things moving. The dubby, extended rework of Esther Philips' "All The Way Down" - all relentless bass, dubwise effects and Blaxploitation hustle - is also killer. Don't sleep.
10 Jun 13
05 Apr 13
Los Amigos Invisibles & Dimitri From Paris - "Glad To Know You" (Ray Mang's Flying dub) - (10:52) 116 BPM
05 May 13
Review: Given his encyclopedic knowledge of music, you'd expect any compilation put together by Bill Brewster to be full of unlikely gems and lesser-known anthems. That's certainly the case with After Dark, the first in a new DJ-focused series from the Late Night Tales camp. From start to finish, Brewster's selections are spot on, from the lowdown, slo-mo disco oddness of Sheffield chanteuse Marti Caine's "Love The Way You Love Me" and wide-eyed, acid-laden kosmiche of Coober Peder University Band's "Moon Plain", to the dirty electrofunk of Zed Bias's "Koolade" (featuring Toddla T, of all people) and mid'80s percussion fest of Martin Kershaw's "Keep On Pokin". If that wasn't enough, Brewster has also unearthed a decent Jamiroquai record. The wonders never cease.
10 Jun 13
HNNY - "For the Very First Time (Dirtytwo's Midas Version)" (Dirtytwo's Midas version) - (7:56) 118 BPM
Review: It's not all that long since Local Talk's first Talking House compilation dropped. Given the sheer volume of 12" singles from the label - there seems to be one every week these days - it's little surprise to see this follow-up dropping in double-quick time. The label's best material has always been superb, and there are some real gems here. Check, for example, Dirtytwo's clever (and exceptionally well executed) fusion of HNNY's "For The Very First Time" and Midnight Star's "Midas Touch", John Mood's "Basement Romance" (clearly inspired by classic Mood II Swing), and Cle's colossal piano house bomb "The Jam". Oh, and the thrill-packed blast of Balearic magic that is Fred Everything's "Brothers & Sisters (AM Pacific)".
11 Jun 13
07 Jun 13
Review: Brontosaurus is a lovingly curated compilation from Permanent Vacation profiling the defunct Frankfurt label of the same name. Founded in 2006, Thomas Sabrowsky, Lauer and Arto Mwambe's Christian BeiBwenger, Brontosaurus enjoyed a four year period of releases focused on "proto dance music long after its [emergence]" and can feasibly be viewed as the precursor to the triumphant Live At Robert Johnson club and label. This conclusive digital release paints an impressive picture of a label whose part in Frankfurt's rich electronic music heritage cannot be discounted. Move D's remix of Arto Mwanbe's "Hum Along" and Lauer's "Renard (With No Regard 2006)" are standout inclusions.
31 May 13
11 Jun 13
Review: Quick! Look up! Is there a glitterball twirling around majestically above your head? No? Then you're doing this summer wrong. This collection will definitely get you on the right track; curated by Germany's longest standing disco house imprint, each of these cuts will give you that all important hip-swaying, unashamed funky disco fix that you desperately require. From Roger Williams' pumping updated of Gusto's "Disco's Revenge" to Funky Star's super-polished string-slammed cover of Thelma Houston's "Don't Leave Me This Way", Disco Galaxy have put together a superb collection that will befit almost any hour on the White Isle.
05 Jun 13
Played by: Dave Allison, Cloned In Vatican!, Venice Beach, Disco Tech (Discodat), Vladislav Moustache Love, 78 Edits, Joseph Terruel, Martin Hayes (Rose Records)
Review: More edity goodness as Luca Trevisi digs deep with two new discerning grooves. "Dreaming" is laid back sludger of Mark-E or Quiet Village style proportions. Leaning heavily on a small sampled hook and diced vocals, it's the ultimate warmer-upper or sunset soundtrack. For more groove welly and rhythmic chugginess head for "Don't Let The System Get You Down" and instantly get lost in the groove.
29 Apr 13
Played by: Jm Jackmaster, Fingerman, Superbreak, Kisk, Alkalino, Disco Tech (Discodat), The Glue, Shota Tanaka (Beaten Space Probe), 78 Edits, Joseph Terruel, Grass Green, Vinyladdicted
Review: The Legendary Sound Orchestra continues his attempt to provide disco edit lovers with something extraordinary, with a third collection of hand picked reworks. Predictably, there's plenty to enjoy, from his own sparse, piano-heavy version of Silvetti's Salsoul classic "Spring Rain", to the rolling, bongo-laden goodness of 78 Edits' sprightly but loopy "Don't You Know". Highlights-wise, it's a toss-up between Alkalino's baggy disco-soul shuffler, "Have A Ball", and Jimmy The Twin's superb, TR-707-enhanced "Party Down". The latter, a horn-heavy chunk of upbeat disco-funk, is arguably the Bristol-based scalpel fiend's best work to date.
30 Apr 13
Played by: Sleazy Mcqueen, Fingerman, Dave Allison, Superbreak, The Glue, Shota Tanaka (Beaten Space Probe), 78 Edits, Weedyman, Kono Vidovic, Grass Green, Monkey Boots, Vinyladdicted, Disco Doubles
Review: Whiskey Disco returns with a quartet of blisteringly good reworks from Dead Rose Music Company and Satin Jackets. Dead Rose Music Company open proceedings in style with "Nothin To Ya", a brilliantly low-slung, bass-heavy re-edit-turned-remix of the Jones Girls' "You Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else" that turns the delightful original into a dubbed-out chunk of dancefloor chugginess. The more upbeat "Too Late", based on a lesser-known favourite, is almost as good. Satin Jackets' "The Hustle" provides some looser - but still formidably heavy - dewy-eyed disco-soul thrills, while "I Can See The Light" is more Balearic than a wet, sloppy kiss from a grinning stranger.
14 May 13
Played by: Fingerman, Chudy, Dave Allison, Superbreak, Venice Beach, Disco Tech (Discodat), Juno Recommends Disco, B-Dub, Alessandro Otiz, The Funk Hunters, Monkey Boots
Review: Russian producer Valique is back with the latest installment of his successful disco edit series. He specialises in toughened, quanitised beats, lending old stuff a modern electro-house groove. Highlights here include his highly danceable take on The Smiths' "Barbarism Begins At Home", the skippy, cut up house shuffle of "Angry Brides" and the infectious electro-funk anthem "Like Dancing".
09 May 13
Played by: Alkalino, Juno Recommends Disco, Mark Knight, Jkriv (Deep And Disco/Razor-N-Tape), P A U L I E, Fredeverything, Shota Tanaka (Beaten Space Probe), 2 Good Souls, Jeremy Glenn, Lesale, Disco Doubles
Review: The fantastically named A/Jus/Ted - veteran producers Justin Strauss and Eddie Mars on a collaborative tip - make their debut on Under The Shade. "A Brighter Light", featuring the treacle-thick soul vocals of Jeremy Glenn, sits somewhere between electro-soul, early Chicago house and Balearic nu-disco. As you'd probably expect from the soul-minded Strauss, the resultant track is effortlessly soulful, quietly uplifting and brilliantly produced. The same could be said of the more instrumental Re A/Jus/Ted remix, which blends skittering proto-house rhythms and electrofunk dub elements with woozy modern deep house. Like the original, it's excellent.
06 May 13
Played by: Juno Recommends Breakbeat, Killer Funk Records Usa, The Funk Hunters, Ez Icarus, Basement Freaks, Essex Groove
Review: We've been waiting a LONG time for this one! Miguel Mantovani, Archerio Mantovani and Kengo San have been teasing and pleasing with their tongue-in-cheek funk on wax and on stage for years... We always knew when an album drops it would be big. And just look at the line-up - Kurtis Blow, Abdominal, Mica Paris, Tenor Fly, Omar, KT Tunstall are all collaborating across this 15 track funk explosion. With licks from James Brown endorsed CBs band and the perfect balance of tight riddims and humour, "Yo Bonita" rocks in every sense. Essential.
10 Jun 13
Review: Upon first listen to "Serious Clowns", you could be forgiven for exclaiming "oh no! not another re-edit!" Thankfully though this Canadian coast and the countryside collaboration between Neighbour (Vancouver) and DJ Spiltmilk (Calgary) is an original composition that combines sultry arpeggiated Italo disco with an 80s soul mood (a la Imagination or Dennis Edwards). The rest of the EP is pretty funky too: "Look At Each Other..." managing to channel both Plastic Dreams and the Minneapolis sound, "No You Bite It" touches on deep house and best of all is the almost Viewlexx inspired "Red Or Black".
21 Jan 13
Played by: Spec., DJ Drm (Bastard Jazz / Bstrd Boots), Los Charly's Orchestra, Andrew Allsgood (Free Association), Roberto Rodriguez, Juno Recommends Disco, Alessandro Otiz, Dionigi, Cc:disco!, Dirty Mckenzie, Dynamicron (Los Grandes/Our Nights), Future Feelings, Philosophy Of Sound, Kono Vidovic, Nu Disco Fever
Review: These guys have been flying the flag for quality amongst the disco re-edit community for a while now. This new two-tracker is being hailed as one of their best yet, with the title track being a lean, super-perky chopped up floor filler with infectious female vocals and a just-go-with-it Euro-rap. The second track is from the other side of the tracks: it's the type of slow n sleazy new wave-disco tune you can imagine in a dark early 80s New York fleapit, where the cast of Liquid Sky hang and dance in a beautifully nonchalant manner.
11 Apr 12
11 Jun 13
Played by: Dionigi
Review: Cosmic hero Marco Dionigi must have found something out in space that has increased his creativity to that beyond us mere mortals. He's been knocking out up to two hefty EPs per month (and that's not even including his long players!), and shows no signs of stopping. And if it's working, then why not? Here we have yet more quality productions - "Base Terra" touches on bouncey but moody electro-disco, "Water Drops" toys with operatic/Gregorian vocals, "Mission For The Nature" is dreamy downtempo stuff, "Another Day On Planet Earth" is pulsating peak timer (for Dionigi anyway) and "Strong Strategy", with its suspended chiming melodies, is probably our favourite.
24 Jan 12
Played by: Timewarp, Jamie 3:26, Paul Deighton, Juno Recommends Disco, John Warren (Aural Graffiti), Neil Diablo, Karim, Eddie Matos, Peza, Dynamicron (Los Grandes/Our Nights), Juno Best Sellers 2012, Tulioxi
Review: Anyone who decides to dedicate a fair chunk of his debut edits release to scalpel cuts of tracks from Led Zeppelin, Jefferson Airplane and Stevie Wonder must have gonads the size of watermelons. Sitting down could be an uncomfortable proposition, then, for the mysterious V, whose seven-track debut EP also includes chunky, floor-friendly re-tweaks of The Kinks and Sly & The Family Stone (as well as a couple of stonking disco bangers). While some would argue that much of the material here didn't need messing with, he's done an excellent job. The Dub of "Whole Lotta Love", for example, is pitched just right, offering much more bang and exactly the right amount of disco dubbiness.
10 Jun 13
Played by: Spilt Milk
Review: For his latest release, Spain's Angel Funke dips his toes in the still waters of collaboration, teaming up with the less flamboyantly monikered Alex Brinken. It's all about the party for these producers, they don't really do the chin stroking stuff. Instead they prefer to make music to have fun to. "Disco Bologna" combines 'Ring My Bell'-style musical motifs and Speak & Spell vocals, two retro sounds that you would never had heard at the same time (unless you brought your kids out clubbing. If so, bad parent!). Elsewhere the best remix the most intense one, supplied by The Funky Factory.
13 Jun 13
Review: The best way to describe "Last Night" or "New Directions" by Canadian discomeister Gazeebo is like witnessing a soul night, circa 1983, in say, somewhere like Romford...through a slo-mo dry ice haze; the lazily blinking neon underlit dancefloor, the white stilettos and grey leather slip-ons writhing in half time to the beautifully warped synthetic funk soundtrack. That's not even taking into consideration the dub versions, mind. Monged out glamour, what more could we want...and Gazeebo keeps bringing it.
10 Jun 13
DID 009 D
23 Mar 12
Played by: DJ Butcher (Chopshop Music), Dicky Trisco, Homegroove Project, Giom, Timewarp, Fingerman, Stan Tropic, Los Charly's Orchestra, Jayl Funk, Moon Boots, Chris Deepak, Venice Beach, Mad And Spectral, Disco Tech (Discodat), Juno Recommends Disco, Pablo Contraband (Disco Deviant), Megadon Betamax, Tasun, Karim, Vladislav Moustache Love, Martin Brodin, Cyclist, Denny Loco, Matthew Kyle, Leg Jazz, Peza, Get Down Edits, Juno Best Sellers 2012, Ramsey Hercules, B.g. Baarregaard, Del Strange, Kono Vidovic, Monkey Boots
15 Apr 13
Played by: Dicky Trisco, Tronik Youth - No Dice Edits, Sleazy Mcqueen, DJ Friction (Germany), Dave Allison, Chris Deepak, Venice Beach, Juno Recommends Disco, Shota Tanaka (Beaten Space Probe), Moonoton, Get Down Edits, B.g. Baarregaard, Miles Reverse, Monkey Boots, Jakobin&domino, Disco Doubles
Review: Larse is a hard act to track down and although we don't know much about them, one thing we do know is that Larse is very good at getting backsides moving. This turbo-themed EP boasts 4 original deep body-disco cuts, the standouts being the sublime and totally glamorous "Hot" and the (possibly even better?) Adana Twins remix, which is indeed based around a twisting bassline. What's not to love?
01 Mar 13
Played by: DJ Butcher (Chopshop Music), Andy Warburton, Homegroove Project, Franz, Fingerman, Juno Recommends Disco, Disco B, Joseph Terruel, Futurewife, Peza, Dynamicron (Los Grandes/Our Nights), Spilt Milk, Nu Disco Fever
Review: With a sly wink and a beckoning wave of the hand, Chopshop invite us into their boudoir for another seductive trip into slinky rework territory. As usual, many bases are covered. Captain Futuro kicks things off with "Love Me Crazy", a slo-mo disco-flecked hip-hop head-nodder. Label supremo DJ Butcher turns Dave Gerard's "Twisted Message" (a sneaky bootleg version of the Furious Five classic) into a disco funk-breaks smasher, before laying down some revivalist rare groove fun in the shape of his own "However Do You Want Me" (a rework of Soul II Soul's "Back To Life"). A decidedly sensual package is completed by the misty-eyed headiness of Ill Advised "Superstition" (yep, a remake of that "Superstitition").
23 May 13
15 May 13
Played by: Superbreak, Venice Beach, Disco Tech (Discodat), Juno Recommends Disco, Pablo Contraband (Disco Deviant), Alessandro Otiz, Moonoton, Disco B
Review: Possibly named after his favourite retro toasted sandwich maker, Brevil is an Australian disco producer currently on his third outing for Kosta Ellis' Superbreak imprint. His sound is low-slung and dirty and any of the four tracks here are guaranteed to get everybody in the mood for some disco love. Highlights include the loopy and hypnotic "Slow N Low", the shimmering female funk of "Never Gonna Stop" and the rumbling bass and delayed drums-fest that is "Turn U On".
03 Jun 13
22 Mar 13
Review: Following the success of the first three volumes of his AOR-tinged V's Edits series, Russian producer Valique (best known under his usual pseudonym for disco-flecked funk breaks) unleashes another EP of scalpel jobs. This time, the sources are a little more obscure (the silly artist names offer clues), but the party-starting remit remains. So, we get some chunky low-slung, Fleetwood Mac-ish rock ("Because"), a dash of hustling disco-funk ("Up"), a sprinkling of synth-bass laden funk-rock ("Soul Francisco"), a thickset house version of a soul classic ("Good Or Bad") and a big chunk of '90s US garage silliness ("Love You Too") - all tweaked and teased with an eye on dancefloor devastation.
10 Jun 13
Played by: Luka
17 May 13
15 Oct 12
Played by: Clairvo (Mustbeat), Timewarp, Straightoffthefloors.com, Los Charly's Orchestra, Andrew Allsgood (Free Association), Voodoocuts, Jayl Funk, Sard Boogie, Danny Massure, Hidden Riddim, Sol Power All-Stars, Venice Beach, Disco Tech (Discodat), Juno Recommends Disco, Juno Recommends Brokenbeat/Nu Jazz, Juno Recommends Funk/Reissues, Killer Funk Records Usa, Alessandro Otiz, The Funk Hunters, Karim, Ez Icarus, Nick Bike, Dirty Mckenzie, Get Down Edits, Leo Leonardi Aka Funky Brothers, Mr Doris, Nu Disco Fever, Manjah
Review: For the uninitiated, The Gaff is a Canada-based DJ, producer and prodigious maker of "party breaks" - shorthand for re-edits and reworks that should appeal for those DJs for whom loose rhythms are of more interest than a straight 4/4 pulse. This first contribution to the digital-only Katakana Edits series is full of funk and soul-laden jams with heavy but snappy drums. There's a global feel, too, with excellent forays into afro-funk ("High Life") and Latin beats ("Mambo Number 5"). While all four tracks are carefully tuned to the needs of dancefloors, the afro-flecked disco-funk grooves of "Funny Saga" stands out.
03 Jun 13
Played by: DJ Nova (Rodon Fm 95)
Review: Nu-soul Irishman Colm K is back in business with some more of his classy and classic sounding jams. Things begin with him making the impossible sound possible: "The Attic" making 80s wine bar funk sound cool. Elsewhere he's on a deeper, less showy tip: "Nothing" being a hazy 90s memory on loop, "Good Fridays" add a bit of shuffle and swing to the formula, and finally "Spaced" incorporates a vintage RnB vibe to his already impressive repertoire.