Wurst's evolution from disco edit imprint to a platform for original material from some of NYCs finest continues apace here with this debut EP from Great Weekend.
Last seen on the 2005 Prince Language BBE comp Real Music For Real People, Great Weekend is the side project of Anthony Khan, nephew of Chaka and sometime producer for Common. "It's Now" and "That's Where It's At" offer two alternate takes on the same infectious bouncey house groove with splendid synths. "It's Now" features the debut vocal appearance of one Justin Carter, long term fixture as a DJ on the Brooklyn warehouse party scene and possessor of quite the sultry R&B croon. "That's Where It's At" calls out the great and the good of NYC nightlife that's very much in the vein of block party rockers like Frankie Smith's "Double Dutch Bus". Instrumental and dub versions are also available for those that don't like the sound of the human voice.
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