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  1. James Brucke - "The Solo Player"
  2. Heat Alliance - "Time Is Changing"
  3. Samuele De Santis - "Green Paradise"
  4. Gugo & Funksonik - "Houze On Gu"
  5. Sandro Pandullo - "Indeleble Memories"
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est. release 08 Jul 22 $11.46
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Never Say Never
  1. Chris Fry - "Come To Me"
  2. Heat Alliance - "74 Streets"
  3. Kit Mason - "Amsterdam"
  4. Nicola Brusegan - "Bit Mania"
Review: A choice selection of four deep. sultry floorfillers from four different artists across this new 12" from 124 Recordings. 'Come To Me' by Chris Fry heads up the selection with sturdy four-to-the-floor foundations hinting a original US garage vibes, all embellished with classy, oozing strings and a stickier-than-gum vocal refrain. Heat Alliance's '74 Streets' is a tad slower and dubbier and as its title suggests, revels in its rude funk and sparkly disco influences processed through some subtly modern filtering action. 'Amsterdam' from Kit Mason combines tripper FX with an irresistible, chunky groove, reminiscent of the soulful delirium of Felix da Housecat's finer moments, while 'Bit Mania' by Nicola Brusegan draws proceedings to a close with a celebratory, summer-slanted slice of uplift built around a nifty 70s-style funky guitar lick. Lots of variety, but everything here is going to get feet headed towards the dancefloor without doubt.
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