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Record Store Day EP
by The Sunburst Band
Joey Negro's The Sunburst Band Record Store Day EP was a special remix EP released to tie in with that celebration of shiny round black plastic. Now we make some of the tracks available digitally.
Hot Toddy turns the vocoder led broken beat funk of "Taste The Groove" into a chunky driving nu disco delight. While Al Kent does his best Walter Gibbons impression for some dubbed out versions of the string led Philly-style "Why Wait For Tomorrow"
Dimitri From Paris - Great Philly vibes from Al Kent. Sho'nuff funky
Karizma – Love it
Ashley Beedle - It's all about the Al Kent mix for me. Strong!
Spiller – This is great
Danny Krivit – Classy, wonderful build
Glenn Underground - Both these MuhFukas are hot 2 def. Great work very inspirational
Hector Romero - So goooooood!! Can't wait to play!!
Scott Wozniak - Really digging "Why Wait Tomorrow" as it authentically sounds old-school!
ATFC – Nice
Faze Action - Very nice, loving the Al Kent mix
Bill Brewster - Great mix from Chris, a bit 80s, a bit modern, love it
Louis Benedetti – Full support
CJ Mackintosh - Al Kent is on the money
Tony Humphries - Two nice disco flavored mixes
Jask - Both mixes dope
Miguel Migs - Toddy remix is funky... Thanks for the jam
Richard Earnshaw - Blinding stuff
Mannix - amazing, will supp both
Danny Rampling - Excellent cosmic funk
Graeme Park - Oh Lordy, Lordy Lord. I think I might just melt. Right now
Casio Social Club - Herbie style vocoder bizness over Toddy beats... yes!
Soulmagic - Hot Toddy and Sunburst Band = Match made in heaven. Love it!!