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  • Release Date 2013-10-07
  • Label Sleazy Deep
  • Catalog SLEAZY033
Sleazy Deep just seems to get better with age and following on from the serious HEAT of the amazing More Or Less EP we knew it had to be special. Introducing our Brazilian talents Bob & Luke and their debut release the Hollywood EP. This EP has three strong originals and we've enlisted killer remixes from the super cool Teenage Mutants & Nhan Solo, Ben Gomori, label favourites Framewerk and Sleazy Deeps big boss man Rob Made. Title track Hollywood is a serious venture into all things La La Land. Quirky cool vocals mixed with lush Rhodes keys, phat bass and you just gotta love that G-Whistle baby. Fusing the nu skool disco vibes, with deeper house & jazzy synth work truly shows Bob & Luke's musical talent off. One More Time follows this same musical path with beautiful synth keys and more deep lush chords and Let It Go has more jazzy undertones & sunshine lush hidden behind the Nu Skool killer bass & pumpin' beats. Now to the first of our 4 remixes, Teenage Mutants & Nhan Solo who need to introduction decided to team up and deliver us their romantic mix of Hollywood, stamping their phat beats into the mix and keeping it as a dub with no vocals certainly gives the track a romance mixed with glitter ball shine perfect for working the floors. Ben Gomori delivers the goods on One More Time giving it a great UK Deep House workover and Framewerk also "werk" their spotlight magic to give Hollywood a perfect makeover. Finally we wanted to finish on boss man Rob Made's remix of Hollywood. He's turned this into a sure fire dancefloor bomb set to ignite and infuse the floor with it's 80's synth work and stripped back yet never changing bag of nu skool gold dust. Rob Made is certainly crafting out his own sound with production and the label and this is definitely the best yet. Again sleazers, this is ESSENTIAL!!!


Hollywood EP