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  • Release Date 2015-07-13
  • Label Sleazy Deep
  • Catalog SLEAZY068
Following on from the mighty Nolan Sleazy Deep enlists the Danish talents of Volmer & Blaknet for their Can I Be Your Man single. Blaknet is a new alias for the established and well-known producer Asle Bjorn, better known for his well received hit Golden Sun and classic remix of Candi Staton's "You Got The Love". Moving forward to Sleazy Deep and we have a killer package featuring some super hot remixes spanning the best of underground music. First up is the original, phat house beats and hypnotic vibes bring the tension building with its huge bigroom vocals from Zalon speaking of a love story for the floor. The house rhythms and classic chords evolve throughout this epic peak-timer which we just love. Next up label boss Rob Made totally flips the script with a Jackin' & Dark Tech House workout, very subtle yet explosive for the dancefloor. Lickin' funky bass builds the drive and tension while the haunting pads and cleverly chopped vox work the floor with subtle nods to the housey sounds of the original, the clever arps and use of drops really work the track and the final bongo drop again really shows another side to Rob's work, striding between techno & house masterfully. Need & Necessity come next, after hearing these boys remix for Brodanse and Rob meeting them at Movement this year he's quickly snapped them up with an EP forthcoming. Their take instantly grabs you with it's deep and chugging bassline, chopping up and re-pitching some of the vocals with great effect, another Tech House slammer which really does provide all the right dance-floor ingredients to ignite a party, heads down. Last but certainly not least comes Karuva who's signed to Worthy's Anabatic Records, who injects some deep bass house nastiness into the fold which really does smack the floor. Yet again, Sleazy Deep come back with more quality to suit whatever taste, This Is Essential!!!