Adesse Versions is undoubtedly a canny fella. Few others would have thought have re-casting Yardborough & Peoples' "Don't Stop The Music" is a sweaty acid jam, but that's exactly what he's done here. It sounds like he's replayed the bassline on a TB-303, accompanying it with clattering drum machine percussion, wonky acid lines and a plethora of delay-laden vocal samples. It's a simple idea, brilliantly executed. Elsewhere, he cuts up a well-known, disco-era soul groover and turns it into a chunky house loop-jam ("Slide"), before beefing up the beats and reaching for the TB-303 once more on disco-acid stomper "Kameleon". File under: guaranteed party-starters.
Ben Sims, The Last Trip To Gandahar, Aroop Roy, Jacques Renault, Rouchos (Andreas Marouchos), OK Jones / Love Glove, JKriv (Razor-N-Tape), Osmose, James Duncan, Tomasz Guiddo, Nachtbraker, The Silver Rider (Whiskey Disco)
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