Confusion (& My Mother Say remix) - (6:25) 120 BPM
Review: French digital deep house label Neo Apparatus is back with a new one by Brian Que-Soul, a rising DJ/producer from South Africa with releases previously on Xpressed Acoustics, Tainted House Records and Vibe 'N' Soul. His latest offering titled "Confusion" is sensual and evocative deep house just the way you like it. Basically, perfect mood music packed with slick rhythms, dubby bass with ethereal pads. It receives a terrific rework by label boss & My Mother Say which takes it into more cerebral territory with its infectious 303 acid wiggle. Closing out this nifty three tracker is one more expression in bittersweet and melancholic mood music in the form of "Sonic Vision".
Review: Some well deserved modern (and classic) renditions from some right classics of the Peppermint Jam back catalogue featured here. The Hannover based label serves up part four of the Allstars series, featuring two rare vinyl only gems and two unreleased club weapons. Label head honcho Mousse T is featured twice: with none other than the mighty "Sexbomb" - his infamous collaboration with the one and only Tom Jones. Here getting a an even sleazier late night perspective which we didn't mind at all! Next is a remix of Seductive Souls feat. Onita Boone's cover of "Aint Nobody" (Mousse T's Ain T No Good Man Mix). Plus, who can remember Ann Nesby's vocal house anthem "Love Is What We Need" from the turn of the millenium? We sure can - and legend Joe T. Vannelli's remix gives it a deep down and dirtier vibe.