played by:Peedoo (Balearic Gabba Soundsystem), DJ Red D (We Play House Recs), Jane Fitz, Owen Jay (Uq/ Housewax/ Battibatti), Jonna (City Fly / Mhyh Radio), Cez (Pop Your Funk), Ben Sims, Ennio Styles (Stylin Radio Show), Brendan Clark (Northern Purpose), Red Rack'em/Hot Coins, Ender, Miles Simpson, Ernie (Minuendo Recordings), Owain Kimber (Owain K), Arsenii, Kone-R (Uncharted Audio), Eamon Harkin, Mister Saturday Night, Rolando, Vahagn, Thomas Cox, The Rhythm Odyssey, Alex Danilov, Ksoul, Basic Soul Unit, Zenner, Other People's Lives (Opl), DJ Spider (Nyc), Tiago, Fabiodellatorre / Corcos (Bosconi), Steven Tang (Emphasis Recordings), Jay Simon (Must Have Records), Juno Recommends Techno, Mr G, DJ Rame Pastaboys, Kelvin K - Grassroots, Myles Serge, Richard Zepezauer ( Rz-1 ), Samuel André Madsen (Uq, Nsy, Inkswel, Giorgio Luceri, Fantastic Man, Aybee, Mathias Woot (Krill Music), Chromatic Filters, Natan H, Joe Montana, Kastil (Soul Notes), Tommy Finger Jr., Melbourne Deepcast, Stevie Kotey, Philippe Petit (Knotweed/Dmt), Fulbert, Anji Stone, Resident Advisor, Box Aus Holz Records
The trans-Atlantic pairing of Kyle Hall and Funkineven inaugurated their Funkinevil collaboration with the much anticipated plate Night, probably the first of many twelve inch shaped emissions to surface in the coming year. Setting the tone with the dextrously smokey "Intro", this twelve inch essentially pairs off the rugged, flatulent sounding DJ tool that is the title track against its smoother B Side counterpart and fans of either producer will need little additional persuasion to indulge here. The way that the percussion is almost spat out of the speakers at you on "Night" is just one reason why the track lives up to their new name, with the intermittent distorted chants of "evil" voiced throughout making for a neat reminder. In contrast, "Dusk" lets in more of the boogie infused swinging Eglo lightness, the moment those keys rise through and align being a mere shade short of sublime. "After Dusk" proves to be a fitting final act, all too brief but allowing Underground Resistance Timeline band leader Jon Dixon centre stage to show off his keyboard skills.
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