Review: Well doesn't this track have 'hit' written all over it. London's Ku De Ta teams up with Degrees Of Motion to remix the classic "Do You Want It Right Now". Reminiscent of such anthems as Love Inc.'s "Broken Bones" or the Robin S smash "Show Me Love", it even has those infectious organ stabs and serious diva vocals that'll encourage hands in the air moments, that's assured. For something different the "Deep Mix" gets more on the hi-NRG tip just nicely, while the Paul Morrell remix is pure pop inflected stadium house that you could imagine Steve Angello smashing out at peak time.
Review: We have been singing the praises of the 2TUF4U imprint for a fair few weeks now, but this latest release takes that to an entirely new level as they unveil a phenomenal 30 track selection featuring heavyweights such as Mad Tuff Project, Leanne Louise, Don Oliver, Kele Le Roc, Gary Esson, DIY and a tonne more. It's a pretty monumental project, showcasing the best of the combination between old and new UK garage in it's richest formats. Despite the tracklisting being super stacked, our highlights would have to include the dreamy landscapes of Undertone's Instant Mood Vocal mix of 'Let It Be' from Xavier, alongside Solution's Doctor dub mix of 'You', put together originally by the exceptional combo of Fully Loaded Project, Karl Brown & Todd Edwards. What a legendary compilation this really is.