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|1.||"Knockin' Boots" (2:14)|
|2.||"Holding On" (feat Sam Dew) (4:38)|
|3.||"She Ain't" (feat Julie Mendoza) (3:55)|
|1.||"Let Me Be Your Weakness" (feat Bixby) (4:16)|
|2.||"Rhythm Of Auld" (feat J'Danna) (5:21)|
|3.||"For Your Love" (3:31)|
|1.||"What's Mine Is Mine" (4:44)|
|3.||"Umuntu" (feat Okmalumkoolkat) (3:56)|
|1.||"Simple Love" (feat J'Danna) (5:03)|
|2.||"Kong" (feat Bixby) (4:26)|
|3.||"You & Me" (3:53)|
It's been a long time coming, but Julio Bashmore's debut album, Knockin' Boots, is finally here. With releases on Dirtybird, Futureboogie, and mixes for Mixmag and FM radio, the hat loving Bristol producer has come a long way throughout the last five years. Knockin' Boots is a ten-track blend of soulful house and minimal-edged bass music, with the title track itself being something of a Chicago stomper. There's plenty of sublime sampling within Bashmore's house servings, such as on the excellent and discofied "Hold On" featuring Sam Dew, "What's Mine Is Mine", and the juke-inspired "Bark". The LP also verges on the pop end of things with tunes like "For Your Love" or "Rhythm Of Auld", and it's simply a pleasure to play from beginning to end. Bashmore coming through diverse and explosive, as per usual. Ya need.
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