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Techfunkers The Album: Techfunk Is Where It's At (Vol 2)

Second volume from this imperative re-issue series by DJ Duke aka Techfunkers, originally released in 1995.

Vol. 2 features three more tracks from the album, remastered and sounding ultra crisp.

"Da Bomb" is a groovy, concentric, early doors number; with flanging stabs skipping across a rotary Chi-town beat peppered with electronic cowbell and a phased breakbeat.

"Moon Light" deploys wet hats and wetter snare flaps for a submarine dive into the depths of celestial house goodness. Two, wonderful, winding synth brass & synth flute lines decorate the track as the aquatic groove rudders on and on - dreamy AF and yet totally danceable - mega!

"Sunlight" is equally fathoms deep, but undampens the perc section for more direct hitting drums. Goosebump inducing leads slowly converge of rippling arps and warm pads, making for that perfect moment of next-day unity; pick your crew and embrace each in the glorious "Sunlight"!


STAFF COMMENTS

Matt says: Second installment of this mind-blowing Techfunkers LP. They've split up the original 1995 release into three volumes, giving each track much more length (and therefore fidelity) on the wax - these Chi-town rollers sound grrrrreat!

Techfunkers

Techfunkers The Album: Techfunk Is Where It's At (Vol 1)

Sex Mania return with another killer, under-the-radar reissue. These guys are smashing it at the moment!

DJ Duke aka Techfunkers' "Techfunkers The Album: Techfunk Is Where It's At" was originally released 1995 in three volumes and sounded reassuringly ahead of its time; melding techno, electro and a Chicago mindset. The first volume is repressed here with three breath taking tracks, stylishly constructed and effortlessly cool; it's makes just the kind of statement and impact you require when taking over the 1s and 2s...Inabit everyone else! Hard to pick a favourite, "Looking 4 Da Perfect Beat" are tougher jackers, but I can't resist the sensual bass glide of "Techfunk Revenge". Fabulous!


STAFF COMMENTS

Matt says: Another one from 1995 that's escaped my radar up until now. Not sure if I'm a) genuinly devo'd at myself for not doing enough homework or b) mega buzzed that I get a chance to play it out now. Oh the quandary!


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