RELEASES

ALBUMS / SINGLES

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Phil Hooton feat. Testament – King Of Kings

‘King Of Kings’ is one of the biggest tunes for years on the Soulful House scene. The combination of an old skool inspired Chicago House (‘Love Can’t Turn Around’ meets ‘Move Your Body’) bass line, uplifting lyrics, storming gospel vocals and spoken intro by Ron ‘Back Together’ Carroll has proved impossible to resist on the dancefloors all over the world via White Label plays.

The first 12” contains Phil’s original vocal mix which runs out for a massive 9:44 and is flipped with the massively popular Terry Hunter remix defining the US slant on the Soulful House sound. The second 12” contains Phil’s self-explanatory Bang The Party Sax Jam and is flipped with RC’s Chicago Hop Mix – to see things taken deeper and darker. Together they complete a scintillating package that shot to #3 in the DMC and #5 in the Music Week club chart and has crossed over from specialist to regular club dancefloor action.

 
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Morris T & Fjrmo feat. Barbara Tucker – Let Me Be

This summer’s smash from Oxyd’s hottest signing to date gets a full UK release from suSU with a fresh batch of mixes from Problem Kid Mark Wilkinson, with Italian duo Morris T and the illusive Firmo acting as the brawn behind this classy vocal production.

Sporting the incredible soulful tones of US vocal veteran Barbara Tucker, combined with this awe inspiring selection of dancefloor groovers, suSU certainly lays out a succulent helping of soul food here.

And what can we say about our man Wilko? Dishing up an epic piano fuelled, bass bumping floor rocker, (try saying that after a few jars), Problem Kid and Kidology head honcho Mark Wilkinson provides the perfect compliment to the lush groove of the 7th District Club mix by way of a chunky dub and a mind blowing vocal mix.

 

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Solitaire – I Like Love (I Love Love)

Some dance records are such solid gold anthems that they never go away.

The original mix of ‘I Like Love (I Feel Love)’ came out on suSU 2 years ago and was instantly hailed as an instant classic of the funky house/disco house genres. Now, the little beauty is back, stronger than ever, thanks to stonking new mixes by Bobby Blanco and Mike Moto, both of which are causing a massive stir on the underground.

This is just perfect for all the DJ’s just itching for another excuse to start playing the brilliant ‘I Like Love’ one more time…

 

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Afro Angel – Magic

Afro Angel aka Patrick Cole, Nicholas Bennet and Latin house’s queen vocalist Isabel Fructuoso make a welcome return with the follow up to their super smash ‘Join Me Brother’, with another corking dance outing titled ‘Magic’.

‘Magic’ carries warm uplifting melodies and crisp orchestration over fat n funky beats and bass as Isabel delivers one of her potent infectious chorus’ guaranteed to bring the house down.

Remixes come courtesy of G&G aka Vince Garcia (formerly Drizabone) and Alliance DC aka Bob Povey (formerly of the legendary Bump and Hustle nights).

 

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Souledz feat. Kenny Thomas – You Can’t Hide Your Love

Full Intention’s Jon Pearn and radio jock Steve Facey team up with awesome vocal connoisseur Kenny Thomas to revisit David Joseph’s 80’s soul smash ‘You Can’t Hide Your Love’.

Originally a huge hit way back in 1983, David’s soulful sounds had the heads bumping on all corners of the globe.

Fast forward a good decade or two and Souledz step up to deliver many of the eighties references lovingly crafted into a new slice of dancefloor heaven, guaranteed to get both the die hard Southport Weekender veterans and the new headz bopping their little pants off!

 

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