Last seen brandishing a pair of Stillove4music releases circa 2009, Bruce Ivery resurfaces in style with the debut release on the newly established Street Edits label. "Clap Your Hands" kicks things off, hogging the A Side with a loopy retro disco style and a bassline that flows like Chic's "Everybody Dance". Face down, Ivery lays out two cuts, opening with an Impact mix of "Mr Paganini" (a possible reference to Ella Fitzgerald) fuelled by synthesisers and pumping drum machines, while the four-four kicks and thumping bassline of "Harlem" - sampling Bill Withers - parades around the track like ballroom dancers stomping and twisting to grungy strings and vamped melodies. If you liked those Stillove plates you'l dig this!
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