Get It On The Floor (original mix) - (4:32) 126 BPM
Get It On The Floor (BadboE remix) - (4:50) 126 BPM
Get It On The Floor (Robinson Grooves remix) - (4:02)
Get It On The Floor (Jimi Needles rerub) - (4:27)
If this was any more disco it would come complete with a personal love letter from David Mancuso himself. Lavish strings, feelgood chord progressions, emphatic vocals - this perky breakbeat jam spins the shiniest disco balls possible. Powered by tightly edited live drum breakbeats, it's an instant summer smash. Remix-wise BadboE throws down a warped bass flex and fatter drums, Robinson Grooves slows down the vibe and injects a bolder soul vocal and Jimi Needles presses the mellow button with washed out filtered guitars and a slower, steady rhythm. Get it indeed.
Sheffield's Matt Relton - AKA Kidnap Kid - has been an integral part of the Black Butter family since 2012, and here he returns with what we expect to be his biggest release to date. "Stronger" is perhaps what you'd expect; think heavy low-end pressure, nagging riffs, woozy electronics and a stylish female vocal, all whipped together in an oh-so-now garage-influenced deep house style. "Like You Used To" is even deeper and more atmospheric, with a bolder, fragile, outsider house style vocal drifting over melancholic chords and a dewy-eyed groove. It's refreshingly tactile and feels like an unassuming anthem in waiting.
Despite there being 25 of them, it's often argued that the best James Bond film is the first one, 1963's Dr No. Set in Mad Men-era Jamaica, the movie saw our Brylcreemed-hero do his thing to an iconic soundtrack of calypso, reggae and 60s surf music. "007 Mambo" captures the raw energy of that soundtrack; all shrill brass, exotically demented percussion and the classic twanging James Bond Theme riff. Also from the other end of the 60s we get a souped-up version of bonkers choral explosion "South American Getaway" from the movie Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid.