By now, we should know exactly what to expect from the Shir Khan curated Black Jukebox series, namely party-starting house cuts aimed squarely at peak-time dancefloors. This particular edition - the 23rd in total - naturally sticks to the formula, presenting two tracks apiece from Freiboitar and Hurlee. It's the former who steps up first, serving up the bold, mind-altering bass, jazzy keys and bumping beats of "Blue My Mind" before laying down the filter-heavy jazz-house/disco house fusion of "What's Up". Hurlee reaches for the winding sax solos on the deliciously warm and loved-up roll of "On The Floor", before brilliantly cutting up and beefing up an old Patrice Rushen classic on the heady and intoxicating goodness that is final track "Disco Love".
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