It’s an all house affair on the sixth volume of the Wild Army that has its lasers aimed firmly at the dancefloor.
Lanowa’s Day After Day oozes class as a gospel vocal drops over nailed on deep house. Arps, acid, guitar, sax, atmospherics and crisp production add to the soul as this demands to be heard on a big rig in the heat of the night.
Benny Pitcher keeps on the soulful tip with Rhodes, driving beats and jacking bass as the music weaves its magic and ups the energy,
Mexico’s La Guardia De La Luz gets more dancefloor than his previous releases on Paper and channels the spirit of the 90s. Trance Alemán De Los 90’s builds and hypnotises with a locked in groove as synths and arps create music to lose yourself in.
Finally DSD takes nu-disco tribal with his trademark crisp beats and studio skills over a 303 riff and bass with spacey synth stabs and plenty of EFX.
Mark Farina: “Yep, dig this!”
Alice Palace: “Nice EP, especially enjoyed La Guardia De La Luz and DSD”
Dicky Trisco: “Feeling the Trance Aleman number on this one”
Sean Johnston: “All Great!”