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PULP FUSION feat. Carolyn Vox/ FLYING FISH: Deeper In My Soul (Valique Remix)/ Mr Matatwe (Keep It Up remix) 7” – Wack Records

‘King of Geordie soul’ Smoove keeps ‘em coming with the latest Wack 45 hot on the heels of his first Wass imprint release by Renegades Of Jazz. Both Pulp Fusion and Flying Fish modern-up the funk quite satisfyingly in these remixed cuts but what’s really puzzling me is the similarity between the names of Smoove’s two labels. In idle moments I’ve speculated that, maybe, just for a split second, when he was setting up a separate imprint for jazzier releases that the impulsive part of his brain considered altering the name ‘Wack’ into ‘Wazz’ (to rhyme with ‘jazz’), before thinking better of it and arriving at ‘Wass…’. Then he tells me ‘Wass’ is short for ‘Wassive’ which is northern slang for ‘massive’. That’s what he’s claimin’ anyway. I wouldn’t know – one doesn’t venture north of Gloucester, as one simply can’t abide coal dust.
(Out May 2010 on Wack Records)
Listen to WACK 09: Pulp Fusion/ Flying Fish
A side: Pulp fusion Feat Carolyn Vox – Deeper In My Soul (Valique Remix)
A track that started as a collaboration on ‘my space’ between Swiss producer Thöny Terence ( Pulp fusion) and U.K singer songwriter Carolyn Vox. The track started out as Crazy Funk Drum workout, reminding Carolyn of her Pentecostal Church upbringing where everyone sang from the inner most depths of their SOUL, so “Deeper in my soul” was born. The track was then passed to Russian producer Valique (Freestyle Records) who totally flipped the track with synth bass and breakbeat funk drums turning the finished product into this dynamite club bomb!
B side: Flying Fish – Mr Matatwe (Keep It Up remix)
Flying Fish aka Malachi Trout and Ed Morris from south london, bring you the long awaited remix vinyl release of the monster hit Mr Matatwe as seen on T.V 2006 world cup keepy uppie’s. Stompin B Boy drums over killer hammond licks in a cut n paste style creating a dancefloor monster!
N.B. VERY LIMITED on Wack Records vinyl and Taken from the forth coming “Football and Funk” compilation on Skyline Recordings.

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