The next instalment of mental mash-up mayhem from Manmade with Javier Morillas, Slynk and D*Funk all taking a disco-influenced approach this time around – although it all sounds suspiciously like they’re trying to ‘house’ you. This means it’s up to label bosses CMC & Silenta to wheel out the heavy artillery with skanking ragga beast Just A Little More which has more wriggle and squirm than a fascist bigot on Question Time. Wait till it kicks in – you can end your set with that and go home happy.
After the amazing success of Feature Funk Vol1 and Vol2 we are glad to introduce
two new artists on Manmade. D*Funk a well known breakbeat producer from the
South of England and an upcoming breaks producer Javier Morillas hailing from
Granada, Spain. Again on this Record, Manmade the guys behind this project and
Slynk the best producer coming out of Brisbane.
CMC & Silenta provide another marvellous addition for the dancefloor. “Just A
Little More” contains an old and fairly unknown sample from the 50´s, using the
catchy vox, adding a phat bass-line and a miscivious bit of a ragga creating the
feeling you expect from the mash up kings. Javier Morillas did an amazing old school anthem with everything you need to think “Don´t Stop The Groove”. Driving old school beats, incredible bass-line and perfectly arranged guitar, vocal and horn samples. This one will please any party crowd with no exception!
We’re proud to present Slynks disco-breaks tune “Miss Funky Fox” alongside
D*Funks disco-hiphop-break-beat track. “Miss Funky Fox” lives up to its promise,
ladies will be shaking their hips and getting downright funky. Once again Slynk
comes up with a funky-disco tune without compromise. D*Funk accomplished a track that contains at least 4 different styles and fits it perfectly together, we hade to listen twice to realise what he gave us! Big drum set and funky bass-line let “Feeling Funky” be a peak time favourite.
(Out 9 November 2009 on Manmade)
Listen to Manmade Feature Funk Volume 3