Review: Previous offerings on No Fuss have featured the likes of Saison, Crispin J. Glover and Dean Zepherin, and now the upfront house label brings together another selection of party heaters from a range of producers. Saison makes a welcome return with the feisty "Till The Day I Die", a richly produced vocal jam with plenty of uptempo shuffle in the drums. Risk Assessment lean on the keys to create a melodic mood on "I Don't Understand" and then Saison does it again with the bright and breezy "The Riff". That leaves it to Natasha Kitty Katt to finish things up with the heavy funking disco licks of "Plenty Good" - a get-down cut for all seasons.
Review: Natasha Kitty Katt makes her debut on Re-Loved with the 'Salt & Sass' EP
Natasha has been lighting up dance floors across the globe with her energetic and eclectic brand of underground disco and releasing her music on the likes of Tropical Disco Records, Midnight Riot, No Fuss Records, Masterworks Music, Paper Recordings and Tribe.
This hot 2 track EP features 'Ninja Dance' a rousing disco stomper demanding your dancefloor attention with it's 'Dance, dance, dance' refrain. This is followed by 'Cissy' with it's strong diva vocal, pounding beat and funky as hell bassline.
Review: No fuss presents Dominique Fils-Aime & Saison featuring the well respected Waajeed on remix. Saison team up with Dominique to produce a soulful, sultry, late-night cut that further establishes them as masters of their craft. This is a perfect example of their ability to create deep, underground house music that works on crowds both large and small. Waajeed offers an emotive and classic Detroit take with the vocal . Adding atmospheric pads and moody synths that have defined the city's sounds for years whilst stamping his unique and fresh perspective at the same time.