Since delivering the debut release on their Discoweey imprint last November, Hotmood has preferred to showcase the work of other like-minded producers, namely Selva, Hurlee and the amusingly named Monsieur Van Pratt. This return to their own label is, then, well overdue. They start in typically confident fashion via "Touch Me", a rubbery, synth-bass powered chunk of disco-house cheeriness rich in razor sharp string lines, Chic style guitars and dewy-eyed female vocal samples. It sounds like a tried-and-tested peak-time workout, and most likely is. Virtual B-side "Get It Baby", meanwhile, is a funky little wiggler that expertly chops and loops a quirky, solo-laden chunk of mid-tempo disco-funk silliness.
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