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Wut (Claude Vonstroke Remix)
NS 008R
28 Jun 11
UK Garage
Wut (Claude Vonstroke Undressed mix) - (6:10) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Wut (Claude Vonstroke Butt Naked mix) - (6:11) 126 BPM
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Review: Commonly regarded as the centrepiece of Night Slugs first year as a label, Girl Unit's incendiary ode to dirty south hip-hop is pretty much the epitome of a track that needs no extra embellishment. However we guess you can relent when Dirtybird deity Claude Von Stroke reveals an interest in tackling it. Thus Night Slugs present two of three Von Stroke remixes of the track - expect the third "Fully Dressed" version to appear on a forthcoming remix compilation. Strains of both the "Undressed" and "Butt Naked" remixes were heard several times over the Sonar weekend, and the titles lend some clues as to the stripped down nature of the results. The former slowly reveals an 8bit soaked variant on that distinct synth refrain over skeletal drums which explodes into brilliant colour at just the right moment. The Butt Naked remix is a far darker affair but no less potent.
Queen B
NSAS 003DL 2
22 Jul 16
Queen B - (3:08) 134 BPM
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14 Jun 18
Funky/Club House
WYWD - (3:30) 124 BPM
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NS 003
26 Apr 10
UK Garage
IRL - (6:10) 135 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Shade On - (4:45) 135 BPM
Temple Keys - (5:38) 136 BPM
IRL (DVA's Hi Emotions remix) - (4:54) 125 BPM
IRL (French Fries remix) - (5:01) 128 BPM
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Review: Despite having a moniker which sounds like an all-female pop outfit from the 90s, you'll be glad to hear that Girl Unit, is, in fact, nothing of the sort. A house aficionado of the highest calibre, the South London based producer blends elements of UK funky, 2-step, house, garage, Chicago juke and shades of dubstep with an iconoclastic irreverence for genre boundaries. Appearing on Bok-Bok and L-Vis 1990's label, Night Slugs, the I.R.L EP marks the third release for the burgeoning young imprint, which was established earlier this year. The EP - incidentally one of the most hotly tipped records around at the moment - begins with the title track. A dramatic, cinematic intro (rather reminiscent of D&B producer Rockwell's "Noir") initiates the proceedings with a thumping statement of intent and screechy, sliding synth embellishments. A hollow, clip-clop beat underpins the track, moving from dark, moody moments to more mellow, Mount Kimbie-style sections with masterful ease. DVA takes things down a tougher, rougher street with the tapping, grinding synthetics and raw industrial edge of his 'Hi Emotions' remix, whereas Young Gunz crew member, French Fries tunes in to a funky vibe, with shuffling rhythms, a nod to soca and lashings of sun-drenched tropical exoticism.
Club Rez EP
NS 013
07 May 12
Girl Unit - "Ensemble" (Club Mix) - (5:52) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Girl Unit - "Cake Boss" - (4:29) 130 BPM
Girl Unit - "Plaza" - (4:33) 129 BPM
Girl Unit - "Double Take" - (5:04) 135 BPM
Girl Unit - "Rezday" - (4:12) 140 BPM
Girl Unit - "Club Rez" - (5:16) 136 BPM
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Review: After breaking through with some powerful EPs on Night Slugs, Girl Unit is back to continue what he started. Interestingly, the grimey element in his earlier output has been replaced by a screamingly loud electro influence, positioned in the kind of snappy funk favoured by EDMX and his Breakin Records posse. From "Ensemble (Club Mix)" to "Plaza", the sharp edges of the synth work chafe against crisp drum machine workouts, leaving six cold crush bangers in their wake. It's something of a departure for Girl Unit, but he's absolutely nailed the target sound with tracks that will absolutely tear up the dance.
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