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Funkyjaws Music has decided to offer up its first solo EP here having decided to make the previous four volumes of its Let's Dance series various artists collections. JKriv gets the nod here and doesn't disappoint. First up is the leggy mid-tempo disco of 'Share The Night' with its chattery Chicago house style drums and rasping bass. 'Big Chief' is a brilliant mid-tempo jumble of percussion, toms, hits, grinding bass and lazy kicks and 'Let's Do It Right' then takes off on nice clean piano house grooves full of uplifting joy. 'Acid Fantasies' closes out a truly varied EP with a more raw and direct acid house jacker.


Mine says: Funkyjaws is churning out yet another of their popular Let's Dance 12"s, a solo venture rather than a various artists affair this time, and while I'm usually a sucker for a compilation I think this one's the best yet...


Share The Night
Big Chief
Let's Do It Right
Acid Fantasies

James Greenwood & Aniello / Scruscru & Los Protos / Jkriv / Love Drop

Let's Dance Vol 4

Funkyjaws Music comes though with more of that lovely loose-limbed disco goodness that is never going to fail in energising a decent dance floor. Let's Dance Volume 4 is another various artists affair that launches with James Greenwood & Aniello's feel-good 'Look Of Love' which has it all - the sweet female vocal, the florid strings, the rolling bassline and big brass leads. Scruscru & Los Protos's 'Corason' brings some Latin flavours with a more deep and seductive groove and Jkriv and Love Drop offer up two b-side jams packed with soul and irresistible rhythms that effervesce with uplifting vibes.


Side 1
1. James Greenwood & Aniello - Look Of Love
2. Scruscru & Los Protos - Corason

Side 2
1. Jkriv - Moonlight Dance
2. Love Drop - Ain't Never

Jacques Renault / The Patchouli Brothers / Paul Older / Elado

Let's Dance Vol 3

Funkyjaws Music keeps on keeping on with its Let's Dance series, which now hits volume number three. It is another doozy that follows the tradition of bringing together four different and equally able artists on one 12". Jacques Renault kicks off with some funky and disco-fried fun on 'Such A Tease' and The Patchouli Brothers take it old school with their steamy disco burner 'Wishin' U Would Call.' The flipside keeps the good vibes alive with some lovely cowbell action and mad-funky riffs on Paul Older's 'Dancin' On Your Mind' and then a little steamy psyched-out guitar magic defines the glorious closer 'House Of Rising Sun.'


Matt says: Feverishly collected already by local disco aficionados, Funky Jaws drops volume three of its Let's Dance series and its another unmissable selection which keeps feet a tappin' through a well curated set of feel-good funky disco cuts.


Jacques Renault - Such A Tease
The Patchouli Brothers - Wishin' U Would Call
Paul Older - Dancin' On Your Mind
Elado - House Of Rising Sun

Funkyjaws Music is back with more music to make your jaw go funky, this time in the form of a second volume of its Let's Dance series. It features a quartet of esteemed tune makers starting with Frank Booker's 'Yes No Maybe' which is a horn laced and loose-limbed delight, while go-slow master Eddie C brings his classy touch to the funky licks of 'Love Dancing Theme.' There are plenty of cosmic synth waves to Black Truffle's 'Dancing Through The Night' while the LTJ Xperience close down with a super laid back and summery vibe on 'Sunny Groove.'


Frank Booker - Yes No Maybe
Eddie C - Love Dancing Theme
Black Truffle - Dancing Through The Night
LTJ Xperience - Sunny Groove

Funkyjaws Music launches a new edits series here with four absolute dons of the form on one vital 12". It's Lay Far that kicks off with 'Never Ever Edit' which is all horn-led excitement and upbeat disco claps and kicks before Admin's 'Moon Trippin' takes a more slow and soulful approach. When it comes to edits few are more essential than Chicago's Rahaan who kicks off the B-side with 'Gonna Get Ya', a leggy funk number infused with cosmic synth rays and warm piano chords. Delfonic shuts down with the loose percussive jumbles and jazzy vibes of 'Let's Dance The Spank'. A fine start to the series with volume two already in the works.


Mine says: High octane disco-house sunshine here from four major players. Let's Dance sets out their stall in fine style.


Lay Far - Never Ever Edit
Admin - Moon Trippin
Rahaan - Gonna Get Ya
Delfonic - Let's Dance The Spank

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