Review: A four-tracker here from publicity-shy French producer Georges, who's racked up nearly 20 releases on Boogie Angst and French label AOC but about whom we can tell you very little. 'Karma' opens the EP on a laidback, summery kinda tip with some chorus'd female aahs and oohs by way of a vocal. Next comes recent single 'Now You're Gone', which features Stee Downes on mic duties and will appeal to fans of Smoove & Turrell, Andre Espeut etc. We then head down a slightly deeper, jazzier path with 'Back To FM', before the EP's rounded out by a Dub of 'Now You're Gone'.
Review: Not content with serving up regular doses of ear-pleasing nu-disco, the Future Disco crew has decided to start sound-tracking days spent lounging on the beach. Somewhat predictably, this second Beach Life selection is packed with seriously steamy, sun-kissed grooves. While this epic digital package does contain two (un-credited) DJ mixes, the real joy is the expansive - not to mention eclectic - selection of DJ-friendly, unmixed tracks. Check, for example, the sun-down, jazz-funk influenced bliss of Folamour's "L'homme Loup", the head-nodding lounge warmth of Snacks' "Daydream", the gentle Balearic nu-disco of Sirs, the lo-fi deep house haziness of DJ Boring and COEO, and the sand-in-the-shoes shuffle of Eli Escobar's delicious remix of Kraak and Smaak's "U R Freak". Throw in a swathe of tasty, laidback but floor-friendly deep house jams and you have a solid collection of serious summer jams.