Review: The gritty, stomping funk finale track from Honeyfeet's debut album earlier this year, "Meet Me On The Corner" gets the treatment: Crazy P get so spaced out and cosmic they leave an original and a dub version which are both as cosy and dreamy and loaded with slap bass as each other. Elsewhere Mihail Popov brings a straight up deep house twist that nods with reverence to Paris with is stately jack and shimmered chords. Last but not least comes a subtly dark-tinged horn melting twist on the band's debut single "Sinner" from Envee. Wah Wah aren't cutting corners on this one.
Review: In recent times, Honeyfeet have been a conduit for the ideas and expressions of an exotic mixture of Manchester based musicians. This genre-defying band incorporate styles including jazz, folk and hip hop into their music. They are fronted by the amazing Rioghnach Connolly - also known for her work with cult folk-dance group Afro Celt Sound System and Real World artists The Breath. The Orange Whip LP finds the band at their most incredibly diverse. Opening with recent single "Sinner" - a serving of good old fashioned soul and rock 'n' roll crossover, the 'folk-hop' of "Whatever You Do" or the barrelhouse pop of "Hunt & Gather", they prove that they are a seriously dynamic outfit.