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Boomkat Product Review:
Eclair Fifi pulls the right strings with a reissue of a wicked, cusp-of-house-and-freestyle cut from Chicago, 1987, backed with revitalised mixes from Air Max ’97, Aden and Strip Steve.
The Glaswegian DJ shares one of her secret weapons in the Original Drumapella of Mickey Oliver & Shanna Jae’s Never Let It Go, effectively squaring the root of Latin house, UKF, electro - basically all those good drum patterns plus a memorable vocal.
Remixing, Air Max ’97 pumps out a starker, glancing rework with nifty, Kraftwerkian vocal-as-percussion processing; Aden deigns to brings forward the freestyle with a lean, tucked in funk; and Strip Steve goes hard for the snares with a militant Jersey club flair.
Should be a really good series this.