review: broken beats
Moody Allen feat. Vince Franklin - Six Feet (FHR007)
A new flyin’ high release is coming up! after his first release “extra mile”, Moody Allen follows up with “six feet”, a collaboration with Vince Franklin who is a new talented guy on the deep shit scene. The 12” comes with 5 tracks, including the original version and four remixes from three deep-insiders.
Aklimatize, a well known guy from Puerto Rico’s Amalgama-Label (watch out for future releases!) converts the original version - a kind of excellent minimal broken hip-hop which makes you head-shakin’ - into a more organic, cleared up hip-hop burner. Also hip-hop style from Kid Swing (faces records, france) with ephasized jazz, he really makes you closing eyes and enjoying the sun in your ears. German producer and one half of Slope, DJ Honesty (Sonarkollektiv) raises speed and adds organic lo-fi basses which stimulate your stomach. His Hip-House version with similar elements and delicious claps aims much more onto the floor. Altogether a big release but what have you expected from the flyin’high-checkers...? A must have! @ flyin’ high/mfpcollective
29.05.2005 / Matthias Desch / mail
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