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Pleasure / For Love

Another sublabel of Hot Biscuit, Funtown drops its sixth volume. Soley featuring the cuts of the so far anonymous outfit, we get another duo of disco cuts, tastefully chops for our dancefloor delectation.

"Pleasure" is the kinda of driving, late 70s-styled number we've come to expect jocks like Theo Parrish and Jeremy Underground tease our dopamine glands with. Gilded bass, driving drums, sparkling Strat licks, and that all important, soul-elevating vocal section.

"For Love" swaps the gender of the vocalist, but otherwise is another exercise of peak time disco enjoyment. More synth heavy than its predecessor, it's still propelled by a hefty slap bass line, and delicately picked guitar riffs; with the vocalist clearly enjoying the tight instrumental backing supplied to him.

Criminally I've no idea who did either of the tracks on display - so hats off to Funtown for keeping us on our toes and keeping the source material fresh. Recommended! 


Matt says: Hot Biscuit continue their upward trajectory with sub-project Funtown who mine more secret seams of disco gold with a 24 carrot double header.


A. Pleasure
B. For Love

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