It’s whole lotta bumps time from Chudy‘s Funkosol label already as Fresh Beats Vol. 2 delivers a slew of ghetto funky edits and mash-ups from one of the scene’s newest labels. The Man From DelMonty says ‘yes’ to a Ghetto Funk Icons-style edit of The Spin Doctors’ Two Princes, Robinson Grooves moves your feet with the sort of bass-heavy rework of early nineties style house-y soul that has been a feature of 2013 and Azzar‘s Discogirls is hammering disco boogie camper than a row of gay men in a tent shop. I’ve got a soft spot for the pumped-up nuclear soul of The Funky Boogie Brothers‘ Right On though and also the bonus free cut which sees Tosses & Varvez give you every inch of their mash-up love with Cypress Hill and The Fugees atop a well-known Led Zep riff.
(Out now on Funkosol)