Following on from the success of last October's re-edit EP, Hull's Imfromull is back with a whole nine new re-jigs to thaw those January blues. As usual source material is all high-end disco funk of a certain vintage. Highlights include the beguiling, elasticated rapture of "You Got Me In The Mood", the phased-out mania of Harold Melvin And The Bluenotes' "Don't Leave Me This Way" and a totally bonkers laser-strewn version of the Supremes' "Keep Me Hangin On".
Hull-based Imfromull has been making his name in the re-edits scene this year, with a series of well-regarded digital-only EPs for his Cut a Rug imprint enhancing his blossoming reputation. By and large, his edits use contemporary production trickery well, while emphasizing the original instrumentation and - crucially - killer percussive passages. This latest salvo features no less than nine fresh scalpel works. There's naturally plenty to enjoy, from the heavy disco-funk chug of "Cut Your Motor Off" and the filter heavy disco-soul release of "Janice" - all parping horns, swirling strings and cheeky pianos - to the winding filter funk of "Right On A Street Called Love" and delay-laden late night hustle of "Back In Time".