In 2016, Eric ?Eman? Clark launched the Run Bklyn Trax Company. Expect to hear many more releases from the featured artists and Eman himself - playing through a speaker near you. Here label staple Sinsay delivers more of his respected (not to mention respectful!) edits here as part of the Screwface series. Cheryl Lynn's "You Saved My Day" is an oldie but a goodie that never gets tired - that definitely needed an edit! Admittedly, we have not heard "Time" by DJ Oats but it's about time we did get a dose of this deep, uplifting and proper NYC house jam. We're equally sure that Sinsay did a decent job of resplicing it for optimum dancefloor bliss.
Colorado-based producer Funk Hunk has already built up quite a following on SoundCloud for his "buff" re-edits of '80s boogie and disco classics. Here, he makes his commercial debut on the amusingly titled Nude_isco label with four cheeky scalpel jobs. There's a sensual feel about his loopy, immersive re-cut of Billy Griffin's '80s soul jam "Serious", while Junior's "Not Tonight" gets impressively chopped and reworked in an '80s edit style. His rework of Barbara Fowler's stone cold classic "Come & Get My Loving" expertly emphasizes the original's excellent synths and singalong chorus, before he gets all Tiger & Woods (with a touch more vocal and extra filters) on Cheryl Lynn's long-forgotten 1981 track "I'm On Fire".