Originally the Colombian label's third vinyl release, Nomada Records returns with the second chapter of their White Series: a split EP with six tracks of driven and raw hip-hop infused deep house. Mexico's 4004 contributes the sexy/dusty late night deepness of "K Juice" and for something more adventurous - the woozy and off-kilter jack of "Tetsuo Switch". It is then over to Colombia's Jonalho who serves up the sensual and lo-slung jazz bar vibes of "1&2" and for something more uptempo -try the funky soul power of You Are Doin' It" which respectfully samples the Godfather himself.
AB/DC is the powerful pairing of two industry heavyweights: New York legend Arthur Baker - whose contributions to electronic music as a producer and remixer extends all the way back to the early '80s and Britain's 'Baron Of Techno' Dave Clarke - still known as one of the scene's hardest working and revered DJs and whose seminal Red Series of 12"s in the mid '90s are integral to the sound's bloodline. Originally released in 2003, the looped-up and driving funk attack of "This Feeling" gets a deserved digital reissue by Southern Fried, plus a couple of modern renditions. MeMeMe head honcho Man Power gives the track a dirty disco flavour assisted by some hands in the air vocals and sleazy arpeggios, then London based disco head Cody Currie (Better Listen/Razor-N-Tape) delivers a suitably lo-slung perspective that's rather sexy indeed.