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|1.||"Ode To A Broken Heart"|
|2.||"The Landsberger Funk"|
|4.||"Tim's Keys" (feat Timothy Blake)|
|5.||"I'm So Glad" (feat Jocelyn Brown - Satisfied mix)|
|7.||"Six Sixty Groove"|
|9.||"Feel The Music"|
|10.||"Wake Up, Baby!"|
|11.||"Something In Yr Head"|
|12.||"Apple Of My Eye" (feat Timothy Blake)|
Such has been the rise of Marquis Hawkes in recent times that this debut album must mark as one of the most anticipated house sets of 2016. Happily, Social Housing is a superb showcase not only for Hawkes' talents, but also his understanding of house music in its' many myriad forms. The album does include, of course, a sprinkling of jackin' workouts, but these are outnumbered by such thrilling chunks of loved-up positivity as the Tiger & Woods style loop funk of "Fantasy", the Theo Parrish-ish jazz fuzziness of "Summer Memory", and the cheeky, Todd Edwards style cut-up garage of "Something In Yr Head" [sic]. The album's most potent moment, though, is "I'm So Glad", a collaboration with Jocelyn Brown that already ranks among 2016's most potent tunes.
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