Review: Here they are at it again, fusing, twisting and sampling all the hits, obscurities and bangers you've come to love over the years; be they hip hop, electro, pop, funk or rock. Notorious BIG makes an appearance on this compilations opener while JLO vocals and dirty electro can be found on "Get Right". Scale down the tracklist and you'll come across J5, old school funk and flutes to The Champs - Tequila!
Review: There's no denying Funk Fusion definitely live up to their name; take these first two tracks which sample and flip Kool & The Gang and Tribe Called Quest numbers into something new and different for 2015. There's also a cheeky garage remake of Basement Jaxx, and for something slower check out the hip hop throw down of Aretha Franklin's "Say A little Prayer For You" by KMT. And have you heard Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" pitched against Sean Paul lyrics? Well you have now. Something for everyone.
Review: London's Funk Fusion are back. Their mission? To bring you the best in Funky Breaks, Ghetto Funk, Nu Funk, Glitch Funk, Nu Skool & Old Skool Breaks; no small feat! All of the afore mentioned appear on the twelfth edition of their compilation and it's bursting at the seams with surefire material. Highlights include the soul funk jams of Zemeralds "So Much Trouble In My Mind" or Bruno Borleone's charmingly titled "Move Bitch". Elsewhere there's the blunted hip hop of James DB's "Feel The Ghostwriter's Beat" (Make It Funky edit)" or KMT 's "Guess Who's Everyday People". We particularly dug the nu skool breaks of Head Honcho's "Vacation" and the hard funky house of Gentlemen Callers "Old Tyme Religion" (Mortisville remix)". There's enough block rocking beats on here for a marathon 48 hour block party.