Boomkat Product Review:
The talented Seven Davis Jnr returns with a killer 5-track EP for Funkineven's Apron imprint, with the man himself opening the EP with an edit of 'Celebrations' - a dry, functional edit injected with the requisite level of funk and bolstered by Theo-style EQ tomfoolery that feels nicely on-the-fly. P.A.R.T.Y. is up next and dominates the EP, sounding like 'White Horse' reworked via D.M.S.R - it's heavily indebted to Prince, which is no bad thing in pretty much anyones book. 'Fun' ends the A-side with another Purple pastiche, this time with beautifully eerie synths and brilliantly produced, clangy percussion that lend proceedings a toughened, updated look, while 'Summers' on the flip makes use of more partified, latin percussion, and 'Highways' ends the EP on a straighter Boogie-House tip. Nicely done - watch out for this cat.