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Ghetto Funk Presents J Roc
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Cat: GFP 06. Rel: 05 Dec 11
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  1. Dizzy
  2. Throw It Up
  3. Slammed
  4. Hot In Here
Ghetto Funk Presents Kool Hertz
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Cat: GFP 011. Rel: 16 Jul 12
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  1. Originator
  2. Supadupa Bad
  3. Uh Oh!
  4. Trigga Phinga
Ghetto Funk Presents Slynk
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Cat: GFP 15. Rel: 24 Jun 13
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  1. We Came To Party
  2. My Sound
  3. Dancefloor Silly
  4. Old School (feat Tom Drummond)
Review: Hot on the tail of his recent Good Groove repress, Aussie funkster Slynk jumps aboard the good ship Ghetto Funk with a quad of authentic block rockers. "We Came To Party" shakes and shimmies with a slap bass power-line and classic b-boy party chants. "My Sound" fuses a Latin lick or two with Parliament level bass runs. "Dancefloor Silly" is a little more subversive in its glitch riddim dynamic - more spacious, unpredictable and littered with very cool samples. "Old School" brings us to a fiery finale with a series of horns, vocoders and James Brown samples. Premium ghetto vibes.
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Ghetto Funk Presents Tonic
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Cat: GFP 17. Rel: 09 Dec 13
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  1. The Way
  2. Informer
  3. Sugar Is Sweeter
  4. Thistler
Review: Party purveyors of the highest distinction, Ghetto Funk return with four track EP that's so strong, it can intoxicate you just to look at it. The creator behind these plump sounds is Aussie nu-funkateer Tonic, previously spotted on the label with the awesome "The Pump" he's back with a four crucial booties; Betty Wright's smouldering soul roll "I Love The Way You Love" gets an electro block-party treatment on "The Way", Snow's "Informer" gets an authentic nu-funk facelift, CJ Bolland's "Sugar Is Sweeter" gets a savage mid-range bass conversion while "Thistler" jumps and jiggles with b-boy panache. Just in time for party season, this is essential.
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Ghetto Funk presents WBBL
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Cat: GFP 19. Rel: 02 Mar 15
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  1. Stephen! (3:58)
  2. Mambo Baby (3:00)
  3. Ryde (3:54)
  4. Wooaahhhh! (feat B-side) (3:58)
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