Like so many other re-editors of recent years, Copenhagen-based Ziggy Phunk was given his big break by Yam Who's Midnight Riot imprint. Here, he graduates to fellow Midnight Riot alumnus '80s Child's Masterworks Music label with a five-track burst of '80s soul, boogie and electrofunk reworks. His style is delay-laden and tasteful, as if his aim is to create contemporary dancefloor dubs that pay tribute to the originators of the style. There's plenty of good quality material on show throughout, from the '80s late night radio flex of the guitar-laden, synth-heavy "Fallin For You" and rolling bounce of "The Good Girl" (a rework of a Lilo Thomas charity shop fave), to the rubbery basslines and smooth soul vocals of "In The Name Of Love".
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