Astonishingly, this is the 229th single release on Robsoul Recordings, a label that has now been releasing music for bang on 20 years. Fittingly it comes from a producer who has been a big part of the Parisian imprint's story since 209, prolific Frenchman Joss Moog. His "Raw Funk Files" folder contains three tracks, starting with the addictive thrust of "Turn The Music On" - a glorious fusion of crispy house beats, rubbery but heavy synth-bass and savagely cut-up hip-hop vocal samples. Moog explores similar sonic territory on the bumpin' hip-house/funk-fuelled deep house fusion of "They Took The Funk" - DJ Sneak and Derrick Carter would undoubtedly approve - while "So Good So Fresh" is a pitched up peak-time thruster full of restless cymbals, beefy drums, sub-heavy bass and short rap samples.
Get new release alerts
DJ-friendly full length tracks
What is Album Only?
Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release. These tracks cannot be purchased individually but are available to download as part of the release