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Zeitlos, a german word meaning 'timeless' is one way to describe Chris Wood & Meat's new EP, Triple S. This is House of a different flavor, pulling influences from freestyle jazz and funk. We find ourselves late in the night. We enter Triple S; a smoky cool atmosphere, relaxed and ready. Light percussion leads us into the back, where a lone wandering bass line takes the stage. The simmer of hi hats and trample of toms usher in the kicks. Chugging along, a single jazz flute, and sassy women punch through the fog. The strings rise and the bass sinks into the cellar. Downplayed with style and elegance, Triple S is the perfect track for half past midnight, opening the gates and pouring your body on to the dancefloor. Moving along, we come to 'The Girl With The Blue'. We jump right into the beat, as saxaphones hum in the distance in anticipation of the hot and sultry build. The Perfect warm up to a great set on any hot dancefloor. Next up we Chris and Meat Go East. Taking us back to the days when disco ruled the world, and funk was king. Light chords from an electric piano accompanied by shakers get things moving in the right direction. The bass steps in and chords rise. 'The place I want to go' is where we end up, a bubbling mix of piano and funky guitar licks. The track holds itself well against Triple S and The Girl With The Blue as the feel-good, happy end to the EP. The Digital exclusive Dub version of Triple S gets down to business, stepping the energy up and hitting the bass where it counts; while maintaining all what makes Triple S what is is. Chris Woods & Meat open the doors of funk, and dive into jazz to prove themselves once again in this release, which is sure to make a splash wherever, and whenever played