RELEASES

ALBUMS / SINGLES

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James Ratcliff ft Tommy Blaize – Takin’ You Back

Soulful headz listen up as North London’s classically trained Musician/DJ/Producer James Ratcliff makes a welcome addition to suSU’s reputable stable of soulful artistes with his fantastic debut for the label.

Featuring the silky smooth voice of Tommy Blaize, who hits all the right spots with his heartfelt harmonious vocal, ‘Takin U Back’ is the ultimate classy floor groover packaged with warm key stabs, delicate percussion and a bumping bass.

With influences stemming from mentors such as Quincy Jones, Gamble & Huff, Bill Evans, Donny Hathaway, Marvin Gaye, Teddy Pendergrass though to MAW & Jazz n Groove, James has sprinkled his magic dust onto a whole manner of projects – Let this not be the last under the formidable suSU umbrella.

 

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Kim English – C’est La Vie

Kim English is one of the outstanding artists in the history of dance music, a true front runner of soulful house, with a stream of classics. She is equally liked by DJ’s and record buyers alike – and has a healthy fan base who buy her every single.

suSU released Kim’s Drizabone style throwback single ‘Simply Grateful’ last year to rapturous acclaim and ‘C’est La Vie’ is a right worthy follow up, with it’s classical Maurice Joshua Chicago production and uplifting lyrics making it an instant favourite for house heads.

Jon Culter of ‘It’s Yours’ fame puts his hands to the remix resulting in a real tour de force, with Culter reinforcing the soulfulness of the original, but taking it to another level.

“suSU + Kim English + Jon Culter = Essential.” Uptown Records

 

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Hi Planes Drifters – Showdown

‘Hi Planes Drifters – Showdown’ is a Spanish guitar influenced track, that has been setting dancefloors alight for quite sometime now.

Representing something slightly different to the usual soulful sound of suSU, this tune is much more of a peak time roller, guaranteed to fill the floor of any superclub.

As main room orientated as the track is, it still manages to succeeds in maintaining the inspiring, uplifting house vibe synonymous with the label.

Essential wax for all crowd pleasing party starters.

 

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7HQ – The Rainfall

South East London exceptional live soul band 7HQ, aka soul vocalist Ricardo, Lee Burnett and Rees Bridges, touch down on planet suSU and unveil their floor smashing debut single ‘The Rainfall’. Oozing with lush heartfelt vocals, tagged with an infectious harmonious chorus that bubbles over piping hot grooves, ‘The Rainfall’ comes tailored with four different mixes providing some serious shape making inducing fodder ripe for any party.

Two of the mixes come courtesy of Portsmouth’s multi-talented remix producer Groovefinder aka Barry Barnett, with the full vox mix adopting a US garage flava, embracing the song and featuring dramatic breakdowns that launch into a bubbling groove of warm keys and funky guitars. The Dark Dub mix carries a deeper vibe, with a large chunky bass groove, whilst the Funky Guitar Mix opts for a slightly more retro vibe, upping the tempo and riddled with classic house flava. The firey sounds of the Latino Mix completes the package and features hints of classic Latino piano, fused with filtered vocals, all laid over furious percussion and pumping beats.

 
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The Donatella Movement ft MJ White – Get Ready (A Change Is Gonna Come)

The Donatella Movement is the creation of DJ/Remixer/Producer/Record Label owner Mark ‘Problem Kid’ Wilkinson, one of the best up and coming record producers in the dance arena.

The group – a cross between S’Express and Delite – are set to be huge, with a series of tunes recorded to appeal to everyone; from dedicated dance heads to the crossover crowd. ‘Get Ready (A Change Is Gonna Come)’ is the anthemic debut and has been a huge favourite everywhere – reaching #1 in the DMC dance chart and #2 in the Music Week RM…

Mark has come up with peak time mixes which are complemented by Liquid People workouts and harder, stripped down versions from Paul Jackson, winning the support of Radio 1’s Pete Tong.

 

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