ABOUT THIS ITEM
Shir Khan is back with another killer-selection for his disco-house-edit imprint Black Jukebox. Three heavy cuts from Kruse & Nuerberg & Polargeist from Hamburg, The Mekanism from Paris and Stefano Ritteri from London. Kruse & Nuerberg & Polargeist's "Temperature Rise" is a bespoke, high fidelity trip for coastal festivals or sweaty summer nightclubs. It is specifically designed with the Funktion1's in mind - a full frequency excursion into slo-mo cosmic house - think Love From Outer Space tempo and groove but with extended breakdowns and even bigger drops. Proper spine-tingling, late night grooves for modern dancefloors / outdoor stages. The Mekanism's feel-good house jaunt "Good For U" is next. Bumpety drums, infectious guitar line, hand claps – it’s all there! Oh and there's a humungous disco-boogie sample to spot in there, as usual with Black Jukebox patented tracks. Stefano Ritteri's "The Partylife" concludes on the disco end of the spectrum, no messing around this time, I'm just gonna give you the sample - Marc Dennis' "Get Up And Party" - an absolutely massive disco jam that you'll instantly recognize but might not own...now’s your chance! Don't miss out. Black Jukebox vinyl sells out fast and fetches big $$$ online - move quick on this sonic contraband.
A1. Kruse & Nuernberg & Polargeist - Temperature Rise
B1. The Mekanism - Good For U
B2. Stefano Ritteri - The Partylife