Unashamed boogie revivalists Qwestlife are a good fit with Defected's disco-minded Glitterbox offshoot. It probably helps, though, that "Give Me A Minute" is something of a shimmering, synth-fired treat. The "ultra-hot" boogie band, assisted by the sensual vocals of Jacqui George, are in prime form on "Give Me a Minute", which is so authentic in its' construction, vibe and instrumentation that it could have been produced in New York in 1983. Sadly, this digital download edition doesn't include the Paul Simpson/Serious Intention style "Dubbed Out" and "Bonus Beats" versions showcased on the vinyl release, though the sublime "Give Me a Minute 7 (Extended Mix)", with its subtle nods towards Leroy Burgess and Patrick Adams, will be more than enough for most DJs.
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