Review: Australian funk wizard D-Funk returns to Grits n Gravy with three new floor monsters and a luscious remix. This guy knows how to get the groove on and "Save Me" is one of those tunes that'll send your panties in a twist from the first bar. Title track, "Kick This Thing" is a certified boogie tool, whilst The Owl's remix goes into deeper mode and brings out the percussion further. "Never Knew" is just the cherry on top of the cake - beats, bass and funk.
Review: Here we have a meeting of minds from down under, with Aussie producers Sugar Ray Johnson joining forces with D-Funk for what they explain is a more disco orientated release that what we might normally be used to hearing from them. SRJ and D-Funk are big fans of Grits N Gravy, so that's where they've decided to stay, delivering two subtle vintage edits for our listening pleasure. "Gove Me Your Love" delicately tweaks and phases a shuffly old Curtis Mayfield number, whilst "Hold Me Back" adds some extra housey thump to some prime old crackly soul/funk loops. Ace!