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One Day, One Day, One Day, One Day
One Day, One Day, One Day, One Day - (6:43)
One Day, One Day, One Day, One Day (The Mekanism remix) - (6:02)
One Day, One Day, One Day, One Day (Kx9000 remix) - (4:38)
One Day, One Day, One Day, One Day (K' Alexi Shelby remix) - (6:34)
One Day, One Day, One Day, One Day (Frivolous Jackson remix) - (6:00)
One Day, One Day, One Day, One Day (Hebdonis remix) - (6:36)
07 Apr 23
Funky/Club House
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I Am One, I Am Many
I Am One, I Am Many - (5:44) Biggest-selling track on this release
I Am One, I Am Many (Adelphi Music Factory remix) - (6:07)
I Am One, I Am Many (Make A Dance remix) - (7:04)
I Am One, I Am Many (Nenor remix) - (5:06)
I Am One, I Am Many (T.U.R.F. remix) - (4:54)
I Am One, I Am Many (Make A Dance Deep mix) - (6:32)
I Am One, I Am Many (Make A Dance dub mix) - (7:04)
Review: Following two collaborative releases (with Marcellus Pittman and Marius Vries respectively), Chicago veteran and sometime Greenskeepers member James Curd goes solo for the third missive on his freshly minted label, Pronto. In its original form (track one), 'I Am One, I Am Many' is an insatiably funky, Chicago boompty-influenced roller that makes great use of booming bass, crunchy Clavinet riffs, excitable disco samples and atmospheric female spoken word vocals. London twosome Make a Dance provide a trio of reworks: a rolling, organ-flecked, '90s US garage-influenced 'Remix', a hazy and effects-laden 'Deep Mix' and an organ bassline-propelled, extra-percussive 'Dub'. Elsewhere across the EP you'll find further reworks from T.U.R.F (big room, warehouse-ready hedonism), Nenor (synth-sporting, dub disco-influenced house stomp) and Adelphi Music Factory (colossal, hands-in-the-air disco-house bounce).
10 Feb 23
Funky/Club House
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Psychedelic Freak
Psychedelic Freak - (6:23)
Psychedelic Freak (Tour-Maubourg remix) - (6:52)
Psychedelic Freak (Drop Out Orchestra remix) - (6:04) Biggest-selling track on this release
Psychedelic Freak (Jc's Mushroom mix) - (6:57)
Psychedelic Freak (Ten Fingerz' Freaky French mix) - (5:21)
Review: Long-serving Chicagoan James Curd established the Pronto label earlier this year as a vehicle for his entertaining, party-starting house productions. He's already served up collaborations with Marcellus Pittman and Marius de Vries, and here drops a killer solo workout. 'Psychedelic Freak' draws influence from a mixture of classic NYC nu-disco and star-gazing deep house, with Curd layering cut-up vocal samples and spacey synth sounds atop unfussy beats and a bassline reminiscent of Metro Area classic 'Muira'. The accompanying remix package is predictably strong, with Tour-Maurbourg's jazzy boompty-goes-breakbeat house, Drop Out Orchestra's Morgan Geist style revision and Ten Fingerz' deep disco-house flip being our picks of a very strong bunch.
16 Dec 22
Deep House
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Auditory Gates
Auditory Gates - (6:18) 125 BPM
Auditory Gates (Jacques Renault remix) - (7:00) 125 BPM
Auditory Gates (Oliver Dollar Refix) - (6:12) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Auditory Gates (original Demo version) - (6:55) 125 BPM
Auditory Gates (radio edit) - (3:32) 125 BPM
Auditory Gates (instrumental) - (6:22) 125 BPM
Auditory Gates (Jacques Renault remix instrumental) - (7:01) 125 BPM
Auditory Gates (Oliver Dollar Refix instrumental) - (6:12) 125 BPM
Auditory Gates (original Demo instrumental) - (6:55) 125 BPM
Review: The second release on the freshly minted Pronto label sees experienced Chicagoan house producer (and label founder) James Curd join forces with an unlikely collaborator: GRAMMY-winning British composer, keyboardist and audio engineer Marius De Vries. The pair's original, club-length mix is especially impressive, with Curd's drowsy spoken word vocals, spacey synth flourishes, warming chords and cascading vibraphone melodies riding a rubbery, action-packed disco-house groove. Jacques Renault opts for an extra percussive, filter-sporting, French Touch-style disco-house approach on his weighty remix, while Oliver Dollar makes the track bigger, snappier, heavier and bolder. Throw in a swathe of instrumental reworks and the more fluid and sun-splashed 'demo' version and you have an excellent package.
04 Nov 22
Deep House
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