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11 Nov 11
Played by: Butterfly Crash
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18 Jan 13
Review: Jamie seems to like flinging out these one-track specials on Flak. Good for him! Why clutter the release with remixes when the original packs enough punch to knock out parties from now to 2092. Electro-swing a-go-go, this is an unapologetic joy ride fun town with all the horn parps, squidgy bass burps and weird, trippy glitches you'd expect to see along the way. Cause some dancefloor "Magic" today!
03 Aug 12
Played by: Cab Canavaral
Review: A single-track wobbler from electro-swing producer Jamie Berry, "Marvellous" is a subtle builder that slowly brings up some swinging jazz horns over a tight electro beat, complete with thick bass throbs and some flitting synth leads.
01 Nov 12
Played by: Cab Canavaral
Review: Currently residing in Leeds, producer Jamie Berry has carved out a decent niche for himself thanks to his prolific approach to releasing his own electro-swing productions. For his latest offering, he has teamed up with enigmatic singer Octavia Rose for a track that really defines his sound more than any other. Berry has really learnt how to fuse antique 'neo-Charleston' vocals and melodies seamlessly with contemporary electro-house production techniques resulting in a dance-floor smasher!
30 Mar 13
21 Sep 12
Review: Here we have two brothers from Leeds who are unapologetic about their mission to produce uplifting feel good party music. Bouncing firmly in the electro-swing camp, these energetic chaps have lived up to the genre's ideals of fusing house beats to like, really old swing, jazz and big band music, with their new single, "Chimichanga Cha Cha". Shuffling modern beats nestle with a vintage Mexican party sample (a jovial ode to the eponymous burrito!), before some heavier wobble bass kicks in to push things up a gear or two.
06 Apr 13
Played by: Juno Recommends Funky House
Review: Ever since Serbian producer Gramophonedzie burst onto the scene with his blends of sturdy house and goodtime swing, the Balkan nation has become a hotbed for electro-swing. The latest Serbian talent to impress is Uros Petkovic, who hear repeats his countryman's formula with a goodtime fusion of parping horns, swinging beats and effortless vocals (from guest chanteuse Sofia Knezevic). The loose and groovy original is joined by a duo of remixes by Nikola Vujicic and Grant Lazlo. It's the latter's low slung, funk-laden swing-rock remix that most impresses. The EP also features "Get Up", another cheeky chunk of hip-wigglin' electro-swing goodness.
22 Feb 13
Review: Flak's love for the swing jams continues unabated with two pant-swinging dashers from Serbian Nikola Vujicic . "I Walk In" struts with cocksure confidence and a horn loop that's not too far away from Riva and Noze's seminal "I Was Drunk". More groove-based and less novelty than Riva and co, it's a strictly heads-down-and-air-trumpets-out deal. "Butterflies In The Rain" adds more of a quirky twist using a much larger vocal sample before the chugging 4/4s make themselves known. Anyone familiar with the 'something in my front pocket for you' song from South Park will be suitably amused.