Back with their second release, Disco Cakes assemble a talented mix of breaks producers of all different styles and collect them on this new, funk-fuelled set. Tom Drummond and JMC have fun with Daft Punk's "Robot Rock" on "Again & Again & Again", while big soulful vocals can be found on The Dancefloor Outlaws "Get Your Boogie Down" and Delimentary's "Why Can't There Be Love". Slynk and Ed Solo meanwhile update Skee Lo's evergreen "I Wish" in a whole new breaks-tinted way.
Big booty business from two of south England's most promising nu-funkateers: London's Lebrosk gets his backpack on with some classic horn-blasting hip-hop fusion that doesn't sounds dissimilar to Ugly Duckling. Party vibes guaranteed. Delimentary, meanwhile, opts for a darker sound. Throwing a well-known Jungle Brothers vocal down over a bolshy bulbous bass and dramatic strings, it's an instant crowd pleaser.