Having drawn favourable comparisons with acid jazz era fusionists the James Taylor Quartet and funk revivalists the Daptones, British eight-piece funk/jazz combo Nick Pride & The Pimptones stand on the brink of wider acclaim. They just need a little push to get them to the top, and this energetic, floor-friendly remix album should help. With scorching, breakbeat-laden funk versions from TM Juke, Diesler and Smoove, a smattering of Latin flava (see Daytoner's snappy rework of "Hug Lorenzo"), some nu-jazz doodles and even a spiffing D&B rinse-out (Fab Samperi's version of "Brighter Day"), there's plenty for horn-loving DJs to enjoy.
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