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Let It Go
Let It Go (12")
Cat: MAKINEP 013. Rel: 22 May 24
 
Deep House
Maqman & Joseph Junior - "Let It Go" (GU aka CVO remix) (7:45)
Maqman & Joseph Junior - "Let It Go" (GU aka CVO instrumental) (7:45)
Trinidadian Deep - "Jump & Move" (7:18)
Trinidadian Deep - "Hola Mamita" (6:15)
Review: The Makin Moves label hits relate number 13 which is unlucky for some but is another doozy deep house outing for them. It's a split EP that features Maqman & Joseph Junior's 'Let It Go' tune served up in two versions by Chicago house legend Glenn Underground. First off he brings warm synth smears and lush strings to the original which is a soulful gem, and then he strips out the vocal for a magical instrumental. On the flipside is Trinidadian Deep's 'Jump & Move', a blissed-out late-night house sound with lush instrumentation and spiritual pads. 'Hola Mamita' shuts down with shimmering pads and percussive broken beats for classy party vibes.
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Black Queen
Cat: MAKINEP 010. Rel: 15 Aug 22
 
Deep House
Black Queen (12:29)
Black Queen (instrumental mix) (12:27)
Review: This is one of those records that you just know is going to be good when you see the personnel involved. Ron Trent is, of course, one of the most talented and decorated deep house producers of all time, while beat poet Ursula Rucker has contributed inspiring spoken word vocals to countless house and broken beat cuts over the years. She's naturally in prime form on the original version of 'Black Queen', delivering an enticing, thought-provoking and increasingly energetic lead vocal over a backing track that sits somewhere between Trent's classic, Prescription-era deep house works and the breezier, more Latin-tinged sound he's been exploring over the last few years. The accompanying instrumental take is almost as good: a 12-minute, late-night deep house classic in the making.
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