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DJ Soopasoul More Sex Cream (Crooklyn Style) Earlier this summer, mash-up maestro DJ Soopasoul raised our temperatures by layering Wu-Tang Clan vocals over a chunky, funk-fuelled backing track crafted from snippets of James Brown jams. He called it "Sex Cream", and now he's back with more sickly-sweet goodness based around the down-low greatness of the Godfather of Soul. A-side "More Sex Cream (Crooklyn Style)" delivers a similar-sounding JB-inspired beat, this time peppered with rhymes from "Crooklyn", the debut single from Masta Ace, Special Ed and Buckshot's short-lived Crooklyn Dodgers project. It works wonderfully, of course, as does the flipside instrumental version. Bare party-starting fun for funk-loving hip-hop heads! Soopastole 7"
CB Zombie London Dubbing Infamous ska/reggae producer unleashes two new reggae remixes of classic 70s punk, MISFITS and THE CLASH go Jamaican on this first installment. Hand stamped sleeves and labels limited to 300 copies. DJ friendly big hole 45 on pink vinyl. Punk In Dub 7" Pre-Order
DJ Soopasoul / House Of Pain Mo Jumpin Around (Soopasouls Overhauled Vocal Mix) / Mo Jumpin Around (Soopasouls Overhauled Inst Mix) Dope re-work by Soopasoul, of one of the most recognisable hip hop bangers of all time, given a fresh twist here! SOOPASTOLE 7"
Haynesy Haynesy Hip Hop Edits 2 (feat. Jabbathakut) Complete with striking artwork, DP number 27 delivers two more sure shot club friendly, hip hop favourites, re-worked by UK production don Haynesy, complete with turntable trickery galore from DJ whiz Jabbathakut. I'll House Youis a real party starter. The hip house classic gets dramatic horns, frantic percussion, extra drums, fierce cuts and a little jazzy organ added into the mix - enough to make any dance floor sweat! Root Downwinds down the pace a little, taking a legendary NYC rap group into new territories with more brass, scratches and beats galore. Another essential slab of hip hop heat courtesy of your favourite Dubplate provider! Dubplate 7" Pre-Order
Crooklyn Dodgers / A Tribe Called Quest / DJ Premier Crooklyn Dodgers / Return Of The Crooklyn Dodgers A limited edition 7" with a dinked centre from the Crooklyn Dodgers featuring A Tribe Called Quest & DJ Premier on production duties, killer! Crooklyn Dodgers 7"
Devon Russell / Mukatsuku Mukatsuku presents Reggae Soul Tribute To Curtis Mayfield Devon Russell originally recorded his sublime version of the Curtis Mayfield club anthem back in 1984 ultilising his own falsetto vocals to a fantastic soul reggae rendition . Years later in 1993 he subsequently record a whole album of Curtis Mayfield versions for the Darker Than Blue album from which his lesser known version of 'Give Me Your Love' is taken from. Both tracks here are lovingly remastered for this special Mukatsuku dinked 45. Mukatsuku 7"
Soul Supreme Check the Rhime / Lyrics to Go Jazz runs deep through the music of A Tribe Called Quest. It's as Q-Tip infamously puts it inExcursions,the opening track of their sophomore album:"Don't you know that things go in cycles? The way that Bobby Brown is just ampin' like Michael."A new 7" release by Amsterdam-based, Jerusalem-born keyboardist, DJ & producer Soul Supreme is in its own way a reflection of that. The record features homages to iconic hip-hop tracks "Check The Rhime" & "Lyrics To Go" from a jazz perspective. "It's kinda ironic: these tracks are interpretations, but almosteverythingis different," says Soul Supreme. "The harmony, the melodies, the instruments that are used for each part, the structure… I want to take the listener on a trip to overlook a track they know, but from a different perspective. I try to go 'in and out' of the ATCQ tracks so the listener never knows what's going to happen next. My overall goal is to give existing music my own twist. I don't want to sound like a rehash of something listeners have heard before." Soul Supreme Records 7"
Mr Bristow / Mako Stank Soul Edits Vol. 6 Trunk packed with the hot contraband of Stank Soul Edits Vol. 6, Mako & Mr Bristow are barreling down the remix highway yet again, hightailing it first to the Tropics with Stealin' Alright before pulling a u-ey and fishtailing directly north for Stolen Nolan! While Side A chops and re-arranges a funky steel-drum Joe Cocker cover to fit on one side of a 45, Side B converts a northern soul cut from 6/4 to 4/4 time for a new twist on an old classic. As always, expect bass and drums to be stankily tweaked so both cuts are re-vitalised for twenty-first century sets without losing that vintage feel. Breakbeat Paradise 7"