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Good Vibrations Music

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Good Vibrations Vol 1
  1. The Journey Men - "For The Culture" (feat Mike City) (6:17)
  2. Black Sonix - "Danny's Jam" (6:30)
  3. Sean McCabe - "Wanna Be Good" (6:33)
  4. Motion Severn - "My Way" (6:52)
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I Wonder
I Wonder (12")
Cat: GVMV 001. Rel: 25 Apr 18
Funky/Club House
  1. I Wonder (Louie Vega Roots mix) (10:06)
  2. I Wonder (7:46)
  3. I Wonder (Sean Nostalgic dub) (5:43)
Review: Sean McCabe initially launched Good Vibrations a few years ago as a regular party in Bristol, with the assistance of local soulful house legend Deli G. This 12" marks the debut of the freshly minted offshoot label and sees McCabe join forces with regular collaborator Nathan Adams. Predictably, it's another superb slice of dancefloor soul music, with Adams' impeccable vocal a snug fit with McCabe's skipping drums, sumptuous Rhodes chords and bubbly electronic bassline. Arguably even better is Louie Vega's ten-minute Roots Mix, which replaces some of McCabe's electronics with more traditional instrumentation for an even richer and warmer dancefloor experience. McCabe's Nostalgic Dub, complete with fresh paino and synth solos, is also superb.
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Was It Just A Game
Cat: GVMV 003. Rel: 16 Dec 20
Deep House
  1. Was It Just A Game (Black Sonix remix) (7:23)
  2. Was It Just A Game (Sean McCabe dub mix) (7:14)
  3. Was It Just A Game (Motion Severn remix) (6:46)
Review: Good Vibrations Music boss Sean McCabe has done the world a favour by persuading NYC house legend Victor Simonelli to resurrect his Solution project for the first time in 14 years. Strictly speaking, 'Was It Just a Game' is not brand new - it appeared on the flip of 1993 single 'Was That All It Was' - though the three versions most definitely are. Justin Stride steals the show under his Black Sonix moniker with a bumpin' A-side revision that recalls the glory days of 1990s New Jersey garage - all infectious organ stabs, rich chords, cut-up Tafuri vocal snippets and bustling drums. Elsewhere, McCabe delivers a tidy 21st century dub that features a wonderfully fuzzy bassline, while the Motion Severn remix is a warming drift through tactile deep house territory.
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