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Artist EP Three
BB 003D
20 Sep 12
We Love To Party - (5:06) Biggest-selling track on this release
The Greatest - (4:10)
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Review: Finnish DJ crew Rollomatik break out on Boogie Boutique with a two track release that aims to represent the Arctic Circle fully in the nu funk/breakbeat scene. Formed of Hesh & Eaves, Rollomatik aim to rock the party and that much is evident on this cheeky EP with "We Love To Party" deftly blending Will Smith with Chic amidst a melange of other recognisable samples. A similar approach runs through flipside jam "The Greatest" as Rollomatik lay down the vocal from an oft used Q-Tip solo joint over a heavily filtered take on Sister Sledge's most ubiquitous track.
Artist EP Five
BB 006D
23 Nov 12
Bring It Back - (4:13)
In The House - (4:02) Biggest-selling track on this release
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Played by: Chudy, RamSkank, Ez Icarus, Varvez
Review: This bass-heavy twosome from Rollomatik should have breakbeat heads and ghetto funk enthusiasts getting all giddy in double-quick time. Opener "Bring It Back" sets the tone, mashing together shuffling midtempo riddims, Skrillex-ish mid range wobblers, low-end pressure and bouncy hip-hop vocals. "In The House", meanwhile, features a vocal that sounds like it was pinched from a Jurassic 5 record. Musically, there's a greater reliance on sax-laden funk and breaks that pack more energy than their sluggish tempo suggests. Both tracks will be getting major rotations on breakbeat dancefloors this Christmas - and rightly so.
Bootique Volume 1
BB 007D
11 Jan 13
Rollomatik - "Frying Pan" - (4:14)
Jimi Needles & WBBL - "Crash The Party" - (4:34) Biggest-selling track on this release
Rollomatik - "Soul Power" - (4:53)
John Farruggio - "Move Your Feet" - (3:26) 128 BPM
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Review: Wide-armed sounds abound on the latest Boogie Boutique offering. More hip-hop than nu-funk in places, there's great casual confidence about each of these rubs. The label's Finnish faves Rollomatik are on board for two horn-heavy joints; the p-funk block rocker "Frying Pan" and the roof raising peak time "Soul Power". Label newcomers Jimi Needles and WBBL, opt for jazzier keys and a bassline that gradually evolves into quite the glitchy gem. Jacksonville jive merchant John Farruggio finishes the set with a waltz through 80s electro, mid noughties house and late 90s big beat. Swashbuckling stuff.
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