Since his last outing on Midnight Riot in April 2015, Ziggy Phunk has become a man in demand. This return to Yam Who's label follows inspired edit outings on Rare Wiri, Masterworks Music and Editorial. Happily, the three reworks served up here are genuine scorchers, too. He begins with the heavily dubbed-out disco-funk swirl of "C'mon C'mon", where selected vocal passages seemingly tease dancers to lose their inhibitions in time with the Clavinet-driven groove and wavy synth solos. "Disco In The Night" employs some disco-house trickery (think filtered breakdowns and judicious use of echo) on route to smile-inducing peak-time pastures, while "Game of Love" slaps on a Jheri curl wig and reaches for the '80s electrofunk synths with impressive results.
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