Lee Walker – Recycled

May 14, 2013 in Singles

Lee Walker Recycled Unrivaled MusicFinally tonight we have this newie from Unrivaled Music, coming from Lee Walker. Which, by a REMARKABLE coincidence, just happens to sample the same classic Rhythm Control vocal I just quoted in the review below!

So yes. No-nonsense midtempo tech-house beats chug along below those famous “let there be house” vocals on the original mix, Tony S’s remix injects a little more funk and groove, Kevin Kind ups the tempo a smidge and add some sirens, while MarcSoul rocks a more complex rhythm and some killer Rhodes chords.

It’s the Tony S and MarcSoul rubs that do it best for me, but TBH it’s not really gonna matter too much which rub you opt for, cos that vocal’s never gonna fail, is it?

Out: This week

About: Here’s the usual link, then!

Rishi K – Dysconnected

January 16, 2013 in Singles

Rishi K Dysconnected Unrivaled MusicYou know I was talking about records that are “fine-but-fairly-generic”?* Well, that’s one sort of fine. The “yeah, s’fine, y’know, pretty good, not bad, quite like it” sort of fine.

Then there’s the other sort of fine, the fine wine sort of fine. Fine like that girl you were watching on the dancefloor was fine. This rather outstanding piece of chuggin’ fruggin’ house music is THAT kind of fine. It’s got musical DNA from New York, Nottingham/Leeds and Berlin all at once, it’s got considerably more bounce to the ounce and you should acquire it immediately.

Juan Lombardo and MarcSoul supply a pair of more now-y rerubs but it’s the classic stylings of the Original that are making me… er… definitely NOT jump bump and strut around the room in a manner that’s really quite undignified for a house music lover of my advanced years. Honest.

Out: This week

About: This comes on Unrivaled Music.

* See below if you don’t