Various Artists: Riddim Box (Soul Jazz/Southbound)

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Various Artists: Riddim Box (Soul Jazz/Southbound)

Perhaps just a heads-up for DJs and samplers on this one?

Here be a double disc of UK underground and dancefloor tracks which should pull the punters to a spot under the mirrorball: chipping electro-bleep from MJ Cole (Volcano Riddum); lo-tech beat merchant NB Funky with the title piece; the slightly squelchy (Tubby T's Ready She Ready given a Seiji remix); various injunctions to get on the floor; suggestions of Afrofunk (Donae'O's African Warrior); JA dancehall stlye . . .

Just heaps o' beats for the nightclub . . . or when you are vacuuming in a real big hurry?

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