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Boomkat Product Review:
A breaker’s delight; ‘Dancing Inner Space, 1982-1984’ racks up seven prime cuts of the UK’s answer to US dance music, going deadly trim o the drum machine funk, and over-easy on the synth chops, with nuff prompts for funky limbs in the club.
They all hail from the Holloway Road, North London studio of Andy Sojka & Rick de Jongh, who formed the Challenge Records label as an outlet for these gems, aside to the more soul and boogie focussed Elite Records. The vibe are distinctly Afro-American but with UK quirks that would have worked a treat in dances from London to Manchester and beyond in a domestic UK market hungry for futuristic funk.
They span releases on Challenge and Elite, from the P-funky glyde of ‘Inside You’ to the butt-tapping swang of ‘Ecuador’ and the spaced-out, latinate, dubwise ace ‘Inca Sacrifice’, to strutting nuggets with nuff cowbell in ‘Dancing Inner Space’ and its ‘Long Distance version’, to lino-ready machine funk in ‘Break It Up’ and the dub-spangled ‘Breaking Point’.