The Very Polish Cut-Outs Sampler Vol.8
It was also the teenage years for the majority of the producers and DJ's associated with the label and also the time of various musical experiments on the Polish music scene.
The new 12" from the ongoing series contains 4 new edits/remixes of some obscure tracks from the repertoire of several more and less known artists from the Polish scene. This time the editing/remixing work is done by DJ Duch, Pejzaz and a new promising producer from Szczecin - who goes by the nickname - Speek.
First up DJ Duch turns out a steamy, sultry and summery remix of Krzysztof Krawczyk (imagine a Michael McDonald sounding chap but more Polish), packed with G-funk synth whistles and George Michael 'Fastlove' moods. Duch keeps it low slung on the A2 with a baggy Balearic breaker called "Lody Carpigiani" - check out those street soul strings - and then we're onto the flip where K&K Studio Singers's "Ogien" (I'm thinking this might be Polish for fever) gets turned into a spacious 93 NYC house heater by Pejzaz. We jump forward to about '97 for a pumping filter house refix of Justyna S. by Spek for the finale and everything is super gravy baby!
A1. Krzysztof Krawczyk - New York (DJ Duch G-Funk Mix)
A2. DJ Duch - Lody Carpigiani
B1. K& K Studio Singers - Ogien (Pejzaz Edit)
B2. Justyna S. - Swiat Jest Niewierny (Spek House Wersja)