Review: Last time we heard from South Korean-in-London Postino, he was offering us a trip into solid deep house territory. Here, he completely flips the script, turning in a track that sits somewhere between the bonkers Cajun house of Greenskeepers (circa "What's My Man Got To Do With Gan?" on Classic) and cheeky funk breaks. Of the three versions here, it's the opening Mo Funk Mix that impresses most, lacing jazz guitars and funk pianos over a swinging house beat. The Mo Long and Mo 90 versions go more towards funk breaks territory, utilizing hip-house breaks and even more heavyweight funk riffs.
Review: This deep-houser from Postino comes with a whopping eight remixes, which must be some sort of record. Certainly, you get a lot of bang for your buck, with the slinky, atmospheric original being moulded into all sorts of dancefloor-friendly shapes. DJ Haze provides two of the more memorable reworks; a super-deep tweak featuring sweeping pads and subtle electronic riffage, and a chunkier, discofied take. Yubaba's organ-heavy work is also worth a listen, as is the sub-aquatic tech-house boogie offered up by B6. In truth, all nine tracks will do a job on deep house floors, and there's enough to keep most househeads happy.