Sean Cormac presents his Movin’ Forward February Top Ten vinyl cuts on Juno.
A few word from Sean on his picks.
1. Franck Roger – Love is Always: Franck Roger goes into the never fail category. Both of these tracks are flawless.
2. VA – Strictly Rhythm Vol 9 Part 2: couple of slightly updated mixes of some classics. Everything on here is great dancefloor music. Happy that The Untouchables were untouched.
3. Long Distance to Detroit 3: This record covers a lot of great landscapes. Can’t say enough about this record at the right time in the right room.
4. Hunee – Tour De Force EP: Hunee takes out the scalpel on every track. Rare Silk is a rare gem. Stellar re-issue.
5. Suonho – The Ghetto: Donny Hathaway gets a proper wash on The Ghetto. For The Love Of Soul – great end of the night edit.
6. The Mole – Hang in There Fry Guy: Hang In There Fry Guy is a really well put together track. Steady moving percussion journey with proper vocal and melodic slices.
7. Kevin Griffiths – Twenty Mids EP: Leon Vynehall’s Acid Splash – can’t get enough of the rough edges and squelching bassline on this remix.
8. Leon Vynehall – Rosalind EP: Leon does it again with “Title #7” – when the bassline and chords finally give way to the groove this record opens up nicely.
9. Julio Bashmore – Husk: Julio Bashmore kills it with Husk – straight groove.
10. Quarter Notes 002: Quarter Notes with 4 super relevant tracks. Quality, quality production here.
11. Francois K – Road Of Life: Road Of Life is a classic record- Francois’ original is a timeless piece and Radio Slave gave it the typical treatment you’d expect.