This is my jam of jams, right about now! Musical mastermind Peshay sent this heavy, heavy tune through 1-2 weeks ago and i have been killing it ever since. This is proper Uk style d&b (pardon me – London sound), released on V-recordings beginning of march – so a brand spanking new release with no expiry date (the whole ep is a killer btw). A welcome switchup to the downtempo madness of today – no wonder dubstep prducers look up to these pioneers that paved the way for no-nonsense producers of non-conformist sounds that become the trademark of the Uk Dance scene, despite the fact that them major labels and a&r’s tried to sell us all this pop band shit back in the 90’s (as well). Funkster mixes really well with whatevers on your plate before, since it belittles every other tune (like ivan drago did apollo) and leaves you craving for more. An uplifting tune that hits the floor really hard and that has a punch to match. No noise, pure feel good vibes written all over this one – deservedly called Funkster! Ps Get the Ep and check out track #6 called “Together”, which had people jumping around in a frenzy last saturday.
Ps @Vanessa, since i know you’re stalking me : High heels + going apeshit = bad combination! lol… and you should feel bad….hahahaha
On a sidenote: The man did the best, and up to this date still enjoyable version, of Adele’s Rolling in the deep a few years back, besides the many game changing records he released throughout the years (but that’s another story). Just for fun and made a proper, proper late night funk tune for the floor – just ask anyone who knows how to really move the crowd w/o premeditated sets and peer effect chasing sets. Believe you me, i see your girl on the floor. Completely ignoring the pop appeal of 2011’s biggest tune, its catchy vocals and going in in for the kill with that heavy, heavy funk and Adele incorporated and warped up in the sound. Someone knows how to fucking produce. Here is his take on Adeles “Rolling in the deep“. I guess i’m through with the ass kissing.