Review: Having previously plied his wares on XXXY's disco-house-championing Sour Edits imprint, A/P transfers to another similarly minded imprint, Pomme Frite. The headline attraction of this first EP for the fried-food loving editors is arguably title track "You", a Soundstream style disco-house loop jam made in cahoots with fellow producer Husko. It rises in falls in all the right places, striking a fine balance between locked-in loops and extended sections of summery disco samples. If you're looking for something altogether sweatier, we'd recommend he breathless cut-up disco-house hedonism of "Terrace Fever", which is subsequently beefed up even more on Dance System's weighty "World Cup Mix".
Review: More disco house slammers from London's Tom Jay, who has previously appeared on Axe On Wax, Sour Edits, Sterns Music, Esuoh and Inhale:Exhale. This new one is for Alex Virgo's Pomme Frite imprint. Features the late '90s funky house vibe of "Thief'' complete with roaring diva vocals that calls to mind classic Defected and Soul:furic sounds of old, while Tilman gets on the remix to make it rougher, deeper and dustier. Second original offering comes in the form of "Let Go '' - a proper disco inferno that's made for getting down, complete with sleazy guitar licks, conga polyrhythms and a sick horns section. All you need right here!