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Old Skool Bounce
Cat: FF45 016. Rel: 05 Apr 22
Funk
  1. Old Skool Bounce (3:39)
  2. It Really Matters To Me (3:33)
Review: Aaron aka Double A really serves up a double a-sided banger here for the Friday's Funky 45 label. It is a block-rocking beat with plenty of old-school samples and raw funk drumming that kick off on 'Old Skool Bounce'. The vocals are visceral call-and responses with a classic lead flute sound bring the joy. On the flip, things start with a super cool and breezy beat before a big vocal erupts and the prickly funk drums and rim shots elevate the track. It's another classic vocal top line that finishes it in style.
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The Game
Cat: M45 004. Rel: 15 Jun 22
Funk
  1. Double A - "The Game" (4:05)
  2. DJ Fleg - "Dimension Five" (2:07)
  3. DJ Fleg - "Latin Escapades" (feat Lean Rock) (2:12)
Review: Mountain Records are a new funk label, pushing 45's cut with new funk tinged with a modern production sheen. For this one, label mainstay Double A, as usual, helms up the A-side with 'Are You Ready To Play The Game?' We find ourselves answering that we certainly are, as the tune immediately establishes unclear intent: its sample urges us to "play the game by the rules", but judging from all its sharp instrumental and breakbeat choppage, it certainly doesn't abide by its own rulebook! DJ Fleg, meanwhile, brings two classy tooly cuts to the B side, one of which features fellow producer Lean Rock.
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Don't Sweat It
Don't Sweat It (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: M 45001. Rel: 28 May 21
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Don't Sweat It (Double A's Classic Breaks rework) (3:53)
  2. Warped Pigs (Jeyone's Boom Bap Refix) (4:20)
Review:  Double A is the Horizons Music label boss and here he steps up the plate with a tasteful new rework of a classic hip hop joint fro the golden era. This one harks back to 1992 and was never originally released on a 7". 'Don't Sweat It' (Double A's Classic Breaks rework) is a lithe cut with nice bendy bass and sunny sax stabs as well as killer breaks. On the reverse is something different, a flip of a rock classic that gos more raw and energetic. Both tunes are sure to do plenty of damage.
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You Feel Alright?
Cat: M45 003. Rel: 15 Jun 22
Funk
  1. Double A - "You Feel Alright?" (3:47)
  2. The Gaff - "High Life" (45 edit) (3:42)
Review: Mountain Records are a new funk label, pushing 45's cut with new funk tinged with a modern production sheen. Two label mainstays decorate each side of this one: for the A, Double A asks 'You Feel Alright?' We certainly do, not least thanks to the artist's heavy locking down of sampled big boom drums, funky grooves and evil laughter. The Gaff meanwhile offers up a breakbeat banger to the altar, letting up on bass for a weird, flauting finish. 7"s collectors, watch out.
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Kamaal & The Gang
Kamaal & The Gang (7" + MP3 download code)
Cat: HR 011. Rel: 14 Feb 22
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Trew - "Kamaal & The Gang" (take A Break remix) (3:50)
  2. Double A - "Can You Hear Me Now?" (The Source Is Yours edit) (3:49)
Review: Heat Rock Records's ongoing series hits a superb 11th volume with another crucial pair of floor-filling tunes from the worlds of funk, hip & r&b. It is a return to the golden age and flower power ear of hip hop on the opener by Trew. 'Kamaal & The Gang' (take A Break remix) is led by a mystical flute line and back with stylish horns as well as buttery rhymes. The beats cut deep and then on the flip it is Double A who serve up the hard-hitting b-boy breaks and angular rock licks of 'Can You Hear Me Now?' (The Source Is Yours edit).
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