King Of My Castle (Crazibiza remix) - (6:28) 126 BPM
Review: It's time to step inside the Strictly time machine once again. Our destination is the year 2000, and our consummate pilots on this historic journey are Hungarian house stars Crazibiza. They've taken Wamdue Project's turn-of-the-century chart-buster and given it a full-flavoured contemporary sheen with complete respect. Adding a juicy Paul Johnson-style bass shuffle to the enveloping groove, it's an out-and-out jacking house gem. Drop this and you'll be king of any dancefloor's castle.
Review: Next up from EQ Why, we see a full-length powerhouse of an album project landing on Equalized, delivering us no less than sixty original creations, showcasing the full spectrum of footwork and juke music in 2021. We get the immediate impression this project is designed to be taken in via long-play format, with each track lasting, on average, between forty-five and ninety seconds, keeping the tracklisting lively and unpredictable as we cycle through. From the groovy melodic switch-ups and high-intensity drum chops of 'Letting You Back' and 'No Good No Good', to the more jungle-inspired synth sweeps of 'On My Lap' and futuristic, blippy electronics of 'Reflux', we hear this album dive left, right and centre, giving us an extremely interesting musical journey from start to finish.