|2.||"A World Without Love"|
|1.||"Mesh" (feat Emma Brammer)|
|2.||"Straight Billin'" (Medlar remix)|
As Wolf Music reach their 20th release it seems quite fitting that three names synonymous with the London label pretty much since its inception should feature. Greymatter, KRL and Medlar have been collectively responsible for some of Wolf Music's most memorable releases and together here offer an excellent demonstration of their production prowess. This is largely a Greymatter & KRL affair with the duo combining on three of crisp London house manoeuvres that commence on a MCDE gone garage tip with the excellent "Straight Billin" - all about the ruff drum break and shuddering bassline here. "A World Without Love" features vocals prominently too but there's a touch of classic Carl Craig to this cut that demonstrates the duo's production versatility. "Mesh" meanwhile sees Greymatter & KRL trade in sampled vocals for the real thing with a soul tingled turn from Emma Brammer whilst Medlar cranks up the expectation for his forthcoming LP with a wonderful rework of "Straight Billin".
Ursula 1000, Alphabet City, Mark Johnson Bournemouth, WOLF Music, Mike O'Mara, Juno Recommends Deep House, Medlar, Sccucci Manucci, Fog, Djs: Most Charted - Deep House, Tomoki Tamura (HolicTrax/Doublet), Kick Douglas, Jack Fell Down, Matt Sargeant, Rhythm Operator
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