Review: Having spent much of the last few years working alongside good friend HP Vince, Dutchman Dave Leatherman is no stranger to studio collaboration. His latest co-conspirator is Bruce Nolan, a newcomer who shares Leatherman's love of smothering sweet house reworks of classic disco cuts in swirling filter sweeps. The pair hits the ground running with "Need In Me", a rolling, slightly beefed-up revision of loved-up disco cut that should be familiar to all those with a working knowledge of 1970s disco's most alluring tracks. "Treat Ya Right" sees the duo apply similar production techniques and ideas to a rugged disco-funk wiggler. This time round, they wisely emphasize the original track's nagging guitar riff before unleashing additional electronics and select vocal snippets.
Review: Dutch disco jammers Leatherman & Vince take a cheeky blast of Mary Jane and get high on the soul fumes as we strut, jump and pop all night long. The Deep mix kicks with a mild jack and Chicago style groove that's spacious enough for the vocal to shine through while the Nu Disco twist has more of an upbeat step and focus on the big choruses. Climb on up the ladder.