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Here Come The Remixes
by Joey Negro & The Sunburst Band
Dutch duo Daniel Leseman & Hans Peeman have only been producing as Fouk since 2014 with their debut release for Outplay Records immediately catching the attention of Boiler Room. An acclaimed remix of Lay-Far for Sweden's Local Talk Records and their Kill Frenzy EP for Detroit Swindle's Heist imprint plus more remixes for the likes of Kraak & Smaak and Razor-n-Tape cemented the duo as ones to watch for the future. Now they deliver a remix for Z Records taking the title track from The Sunburst Band's classic 1998 debut album and giving the bassline driven funk cut an energetic jazzy 4/4 makeover.
Daniel Crawford is keyboard player to many a big name including Raphael Saadiq, Mary J Blige and Angie Stone as well as producing and remixing himself. The LA based musician released his debut jazz album titled "Red Pill" in 2012, also producing mix tapes in tribute to J Dilla, Michael Jackson and Fela Kuti catching the ear of the likes of Gilles Peterson. For ZR Daniel reworks another track from the first Sunburst Band debut album, their cover of Barbara Lynn's classic "U Make Me So Hot" giving it a more percussive, bass heavy rework that highlights his imitable keyboard skills.
Hot Toddy - Loving Fouk's stuff at the moment and this remix doesn't disappoint
Opolopo - Loving that Fouk stomp! Daniel Crawford remix is sweet and slinky!
Bill Brewster - Really like the Crawford mix
Mark Farina - nice!
David Harness - I am digging the Nu Disco Mixes
Shur-i-kan - the Fouk remix is the one for me here!
Glenn Underground - Banger's And Real Music
Sean McCabe - Very nice!
Giom - It's all about FOUK! Thanks
Robert Owens - Nice tracks
Reel People - All good stuff here
Ron Carroll - Good Groove
CJ Mackintosh - Nice Remixes but original still doing it for me :)
Julius Papp - FOUK takes it UUUUPP a notch or three!!!!!