Tuesday, April 08, 2008

6th memory

Once again Five20East hit us with a fantastic batch of new edits and originals, amongst them are a number of unmissable top class dancefloor goodies. You can finally get your hands on a hi-res of Ooft's lovely rework of the Quincy Jones classic 'Betcha Wouldn't Hurt Me' (as heard on the mix i did for FutureBoogie), along with the fattest and coolest rework of Barry White's 'Never Gonna Give You Up', you're likely to hear all year, by up and coming Andy Ash (Stone Cold Killer!!! highly recommended), both from the fourth volume of Five20East's 'Forever in their Debt' series. Craig Smith & The Revenge drop some bass heavy House vibes on their single 'Hit Em', check 'Hit Em Back' for the real deal in old skool deepness. Last up is a whole bunch of reworks of Funk & Disco by Craig & The Revenge as 6th Borough Project. I suggest you give all the tracks a listen, especially the three mid-tempo bruisers. Probably the track I liked the most of all the new bits, but it certainly wasn't an easy call, is 6th Borough Project's slo burner 'Just A Memory', it's going right into my current play list no doubt... Go check out the site and get busy...

6th Borough Project - Just A Memory

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Chris - the tracks you mention don't seem to be on the site - can't find the new FITD for a start..?

christopher keys said...

yeah i see that, give it a day or two, i think im a bit ahead of schedule here, but definitely keep checking back.. soon soon

Corey said...

nice and smooth, baby!