Review: German remixer Sascha Petersen aka Jiggyjoe has a ball with some classics on this third collection from BBP-lending "Things That Make You Go Boom" with some heavyweight bass and kicks for example, or messing around with "Ride On Time" on the hectic piano house of "Good Vibes". Soft rockers Boston even get a look in on the hip hop/breaks rerub "Boston Illegal".
Review: It's a first class ticket to Bootlegville when the Jigster's in town. Whatever your flavour, he's nailed it on this 13 party banger selection... Where else will you find the likes of Planet Funk's Sex Pistol-homage "Stuck In The UK" getting a savage electro-isation? Or Whitney Housten's "How Will I Know" getting a chubby nu-funk makeover? Or Mattafix's chart-busting "Big City Life" getting an injection with some serious swamp-bass? And all on one release? Let's get Jiggy with it.
Review: Polish party people Tru Funk continue to champion the very best of the smile-inducing nu-funk scene with this eight tracker that provides plenty of new party breaks. DJ AKA goes for the fun jugular with "Funky Horns" coming across like KC & The Sunshine band back from the musical gym. Hiphoppapotamus gives Curtis Mayfield a post-dubstep going over in "Curtis Is Dangerous", while elsewhere Dizzee Rascal finds his 'Sirens' welded to some vintage funk in Morlack's "Imagination, KRS-One has his sound of da police beefed up with tough breaks by Tosses & Varvez and Warson provides some heavily filtered and tweaked 80s soul-style fun.
Review: Taking the iconic string hook from Coolio's "Gangster's Paradise" and adding MC Lyte's man-hungry spitfire lyrics, Hungarian party monster Zenit Incompatible is making some bold, creative moves on his latest release. And it pays off. Elsewhere we find Eminem undergoing two different bass treatments on "Till The Roof Come Off", while "Keep My Light" ends us on a much brighter note with a riveting rub of Diana Ross. Eclectic and expertly executed.