Review: Those of a particular vintage will remember well the jump up sounds of Mickey Finn and Aphrodite which found particular favour with Mary Anne Hobbs in the early days of her Breezeblock show. Released in 1996, "Bad Ass" was perhaps the most ubiquitous track from the duo and its dragged all the way into the 21st Century thanks to this pair of remixes from perennial red liners Slum Dogz and Serial Killaz. As you'd expect when Doctor P is involved, the Slum Dogz effort is caked in epicness, successfully balancing their own distinct production touches with elements of the original. The Serial Killaz effort takes an industrial approach with equally screw face inducing results.
Review: Fourth release in the popular Amix series. On the A side Aphrodite's gives us a wicked roller called 'Breaking Point' the track is heavily influenced by the current tech sound of Sub Focus, Pendulum etc...The track has been getting a lot of attention and rightfully so, Aphro still comes with his trade mark beats so his fan bass will love this too. Flip it over for a second mix which features the Fugee vocal sample 'Killing Me Softly'.
Review: "Calcutta" is Classic Aphrodite business on his own Recuts label, dedicated to re-releasing his most sought after tunes. This time it's "Off Limits", with Big Daddy Kane on vocal duties, his inimitable style sliding nicely over a characteristic Aphrodite backing track, complete with rumbling bass, stepping breaks and hip-hop swagger.
Review: Absolutely huge tracks from the legendary Aphrodite once again, taking his signature style and creating two fun dancefloor numbers
that leave the floor wanting more every time! Both 'Criss Cross' and 'Odyssey' are classic Aphrodite and this 12" is available in limited
quantities so get them while they're hot.