Waiting For Your Love (Harlem Hustler's Moogy mix)
Review: Italian producers, Bianchi & Carissimi, have teamed up with vocalist Brent St Clair to create this one of a kind soulful gem on Look at you called 'Waiting for your love'. Feel good rhythms and a sunny hook make this an instant winner for the crack of Spring. This package comes off with three solid mixes, a main vocal, jazzy dub and a Harlem Hustler's mix which takes things a bit more electronic. Another classic cut from the look at you camp for fans of Spen, Karizma et al...enjoy.
Review: It's been a long time coming but label boss DJ Dealer is finally releasing another solo. For almost 10 years now Dealer has been busy with his Pound Boys & Juke joint releases so it's high time to drop some sounds from his solo efforts. The initial demo mix of "Dance Electric" was being hammered all last summer by the likes of Tony Humphries and DJ Spen. This is your chance to get on board with the whole set of mixes that range from dirty chi-town grooves to smoothed out floating bliss. It's electric!
The Dance Electric (DJ Dealer Summer Breeze remix)
The Dance Electric (Blacksoul Truelove remix)
Review: The original mixes of DJ Dealer's 'The Dance Electric' rocked the clubs all through the winter, now these new remixes from Look At You are set to do
the same all summer! Truly a global remix package - Mark Grant (Chicago), DJ Dealer (Denver), Blacksoul (Croatia), & Manuel Shagun (Argentina) - enjoy.
Review: DJB, one of the residents at the legendary Zouk club in Singapore, steps up with a pumping four-track release. This EP is loaded with clubby, driving main floor grooves - getting right down to business on the A-side with two mixes of "After Midnight", both featuring heavy electro keys, acid bass and chunky house beats galore. On the flip "Don't Sleep" works a more dubby, stripped-down synthy groove that'll do some massive damage for the Pasta Boys fans. Finally "Flight the Clash Yo!" is a real anthem of soaring disco strings, nasty 80s basslines and hypnotic percussion galore. Quality instrumental clubbing grooves all over this EP, getting some nice support from Juke Joint, Copyright and Franck Roger.
Review: A dynamic four-track release from Edzy, who is no newcomer to the dance music scene. This gent was part of the Unique 3 crew back in the rave days, and now he pops up on Look At You with a choice release of deep, teched-out soulful house. "Do It Till You Burn" features some hot disco and r&b licks mixed up with a hot bassline and chunky percussive groove, while the bottom-heavy groover "1-Six-7-Nine-1" is a swinging garage workout with a bumping 95 North/Strictly Rhythm dub kind of thump. On the flip "The Groove (So Funky)" could easily pass for a 1992 funky breaks joint, while "Dig It" is a masterpiece of tribal America-era Deep Dish. Nice assortment of house joints on this promising EP.
Review: The Polish duo Karol XVII and MB Valence are back and unleash their afro-tech monster "Calabar". This one is going to blow you away! The Original Mix is downright dirty while the Alternative Mix features a jaw dropping breakdown. This is a devastating Look At You release.
Review: Polish production team Karol XVII & MB Valence bring straight deepness to the growing Look At You catalogue. Bringing a message of peace and a call to never stop the music, this package delivers four outstanding mixes ranging from two peak-hour bombs on the a-side and two deep 80's tinged version on the flip.
Review: Pure Philly vibes! Taking us back to seminal places & revered personalities such as The Loft, The Garage, The Powerhouse, Frankie Knuckles, Tony Humphries, Timmy Regisford, Paul Trouble, CJ Mac, etc.