Ursula 1000 have always been a bit of a musical oddity, capable of delivering everything from tongue-in-cheek lounge grooves and downtempo beats to booty-shaking funk breaks. This latest excursion for Thievery Corporation's ESLM label is another curiosity - a kind of cheeky electro-lounge jam with a strange spoken word vocal from French chanteuse Isabelle Antena. Despite being hard to pin down it's excellent, and comes with a trio of floor-friendly remixes. Of these, it's The Pinker Tones' kitsch Hammond funk/lounge music rework that stands out, though Linntronix's mid-90s pop-house take is also great fun.
DJ-friendly full length tracks