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  • Release Date 2012-11-05
  • Label Sleazy Deep
  • Catalog SLEAZY010
Sleazy Deep just keeps on delivering the quality! Time & time again, now it's time for us to introduce you to Denmark's finest and Future Sleaze/Sleazy Deep's Hottest new talents Pete Oak. Not many people would of heard about Pete, I've sneakily introduced you to him over Future Sleaze Vol2 with his amazing track "Alice" & hot off the heels of his remix of The Way I See. We've clearly saved the best til last here and think after this EP you WILL remember his name. Pete isn't only an amazing producer he's also a great singer/song writer which he's proved with "Alice" and with his track "Hey Boy" which features on this his Slow Groove Sex Moves EP. Pete's got a super sexy sound, I hear his music and think Finnebassen which can't be a bad thing, however I feel he's got a real unique edge to this sleazy sexy and emotive music. Whatever's in the water up in the Nordic's needs to be bottled and sold quickly as another young breakthrough act is born. We kick off with the sultry Nu Skool 80's disco bomb "Baby Baby" that's oozing lush and emotive synths, crisp 707 drums and a killer pitched vocal that's just too sexy, for legal reasons I shan't be mentioning who it is, many a favourites tipple is a good clue though. This track flows and builds beautifully with a knockout bass ready to get any floor shaking from early on to late at night. Next comes "Only You, I Want You So & Hey Boy" which are all so good and kicking, very much on the same slow groove sex moves template hence the name of the EP. Rather than telling you about each and every track, I think we should leave this on the great words of Pete Oak himself. More music, less talking
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