"Tell Me Something Good" sees the Scottish DJ / producer cover Rufus & Chaka Khan’s 70s jam of the same name, twisting catchy vocals and huge synth stabs into an ecstatic peak time club weapon. There's a huge voguing element to the track but also a large stadium approach that should have both divas, students and club vets all fist pumping manically in unison. It possesses that ferel rave energy which runs through the spirit of many Scottish-produced dance tracks. Unfeasibly massive!
"Delta" brings the tempo down, but keeps the energy levels high as life-affirming piano chords drift effortlessly across a chugging breakbeat and rolling bassline, making for a euphoric closing track which had me tingling and shuddering in aural pleasure! The child like 'dance me, and I dance you' vocal providing the much needed vocal hook on this most dreamlike of epics.
STAFF COMMENTSMatt says: Mad love for tracks like this. Unifying the queens, bears, ravers, peasants and string-vest soldiers under one punchy, stadium tickling groove. Surely massive in Ibiza right now. Flip side track should have deep house heads writhing in a xtc-soaked aural orgy. Crazy good record from McVicar!
A. Tell Me Something Good