Review: Filta Freqz may well be the most prolific production outfit in house right now. Last year, they released over 30 digital singles, mostly on their own label, Seventy Four. Here they graduate to the big leagues via a single on Defected offshoot DFTD. Opener "Master Blaster" is something of a bumpin' peak-time treat - a cheery, break-driven hip-house worthy of original, late "80smaestros Fast Eddie and Tyree Cooper. The track's genius lies in its' killer combination of tweaked funk samples, rap vocal snippets, snaking sax motifs and no-nonsense house beats. The turn-of-the-90s vibe continues on "Show Me", where classic vocal snippets ride another bumping, disco-fired groove.