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Volume four of this tantalising Loveface De-mixes series, sees another triple threat of ‘80s infused, electro boogie rework gold, supercharged, and firing on all cylinder from the LFM DeLorean. Be quick though or this one might just slip on back to the future.


STAFF COMMENTS

says: Loveface keeps the fire burning with another hefty 12" of retro-fit boogie, this time pulling a singing for money on Ultra Nate's "Free". Let's do the timewarp again!

TRACK LISTING

A1. Let Me Love You
A2. Dub What You Wanna
B1. Do Me Baby

Barely taking a breath since he SMASHED Vol. 1 out the park (thanks in no small part to an incredibly boogie version of 'Gypsy Woman') Love is back with Round Two of his De-Mix series, providing us with three shimmering, ‘80s electro boogie workouts, guaranteed to seduce any tentative souls or shy shufflers to the dancefloor.

On the A-side, Loveface turns his attention to the Stevie-inspired chords and melodies of Chaka & Rufus' heavy funk moment "Tell Me Something Good", pitching the vocals up to a peaktime tempo, then slapping them on top of another blinding electro-disco groove. Packed with phat bass, sparkling synths and period drum programming, this is, once again, the tits. The A2 strips things back and smooths them out for a tasty dub of the same ingredients, and then it's over to the other side for more mirrorball magic. Making extensive use of those Prelude / West End style synth trills (think Imagination and Idjuts) and a super funky vocal, "Larry's Groove" sees Loveface supply everything you need to pack the dancefloor.

STAFF COMMENTS

says: Anyone who can put a fresh lick of paint on Gypsy Woman without committing sacrilege gets a gold star in my book, and happily Loveface continues to bring the goods on the second Volume. Spin the A-side for the boogie-fied Rufus and Chaka mix that never was!

TRACK LISTING

A1. Tell Me
A2. Something Dub
B1. Larry’s Groove

Loveface arrive with their De Mix series of releases, revving their Delorean up, ready to go back to a 1980's NYC dancefloor! Two classic vocals given the electro boogie treatment, transporting them back to a pre house dance floor. On the A-side Whitney's Paradise Garage post-disco / proto house heater "Love Will Save The Day" is stripped of its instrumental pulse and then reshaped like a raucous Rene & Angela jam-a-thon! So far so good, but it's the B-side that brings the maximum drama here, delivering an absurdly good boogie flip on Crystal Waters' house anthem "Gypsy Woman", supporting the vocal and piano refrain with Jomox perx, a heavyweight bassline and more sick synthlines than you can shake a stick at. These cats even put those backing vox through the vocoder - absolute jam-a-thon!

STAFF COMMENTS

says: La da deee! La da daaa!

TRACK LISTING

A1. Loveface Saves The Day
B1. Singing For Money


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