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Shir Khan Presents Black Jukebox 31 Feat. Phonk D I Exploited (Preview)

GET LIMITED VINYL here: JUNO: https://www.juno.co.uk/products/phonk-d-shir-khan-presents-black-jukebox/800496-01/ PHONICA: https://www.phonicarecords.com/product/view/170568 PICADILLY: https://www.piccadillyrecords.com/counter/product.php?pid=136982 COLDCUTS: https://www.coldcutshotwax.uk/collections/pre-order/products/phonk-d-shir-khan-presents-black-jukebox-31 REDEYE: https://www.redeyerecords.co.uk/vinyl/129580-bj31-phonk-d-shir-khan-presents-black-jukebox-31 DECKS: https://www.decks.de/track/phonk_d-shir_khan_presents_black_jukebox_31/che-9r DEEJAY: https://www.deejay.de/Phonk_D_Shir_Khan_Presents_Black_Jukebox_31_BJ31_Vinyl__965016 HHV: https://www.hhv.de/shop/de/artikel/phonk-d-shir-khan-presents-black-jukebox-31-782861?p=nXWuWJ Phonk D is back on Exploited’s hallowed Black Jukebox series following the success of his #29 takeover earlier this year. You just can’t keep a good man down... ‘Let’s Shake’ leads the way with serious funk intent, mixing a thumping MJ-esque bassline with some of that late ‘70s / early ‘80s synth magic. Phasing guitar licks sidle up against spunky horn swells and sassy vocal blasts. It’s a track that has ‘party-starter’ written all over it. ‘Reality Dance’ is a chuggier beast, building slowly through looping guitar-and-bass plucks until a feel-good melody emerges. This low-slung, low-tempo groove is in no hurry to lay out its funky machinations, making for a perfect early-evening floor-filler as cocktail glasses clink and glitterballs bling. ‘Players Anthem’ chunks things up with conga-inflected groove and an arpeggiated bassline throb underpinning swooning female vocal harmonies. It rocks a simple arrangement that lets the groove do the talking, with sustained string notes adding an element of tension at the requisite moments. ‘No Limits’ sees Phonk D team up with old sparring partner Sascha Ciminiera for another hot collab. The bouncing off-beat groove pumps pleasingly in classic disco fashion, with a joyous mood built through Rhodesy chords and a scintillating synth line. Swelling horns are buried deep in the mix in the second half to help propel the track higher.

AIKON - Coming Back I Exploited Ghetto

Beatport: https://www.beatport.com/release/coming-back/3129674 iTunes: https://music.apple.com/album/coming-back-single/1533255460 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/4z87wInTVrQMJeDsjzmAuc Premiere by SWEET MUSIQUE: https://www.sweetmusic.fr/premiere-aikon-coming-back-original-mix-exploited-ghetto/ Ukrainean talent AIKON is back on Exploited Ghetto following last summer’s brilliant ‘Saturn’ release’, showing us more of his magical skills that have also landed him on other leading labels like Disco Halal and Sol Selectas. Plodding acidic tones mark out a groove as lo-fi claps and shimmering shakers create a propulsive percussive groove. Nagging monotone synth stabs rise up as the indecipherable, mystical vocal wraps its way around the track. Subtle, ominous bass hovers beneath. Slow-burning melodies play out while snatches of indigenous flutes and tribal drums tickle the surface of the track. A deep, hypnotic breakdown takes us into an introspective place as the heavenly vocals soar higher. It’s hugely satisfying when the beat, bass and stabs drop back in, but there’s no explosion of intensity; just more of that gradually building heat, like a mouthful of chilli that creeps up on you. A twanging rhythmic line is the final addition, warping the track further into haziness. Early Feedback: Moscowman: Great stuff! DJ Mag France: Good track. Tsugi Mag France: Cool track. Annie Mac: To be considered for Radio 1. Sasha: Excellent groove. Glowal: Nice. Speaking Minds: Power Bomb from AIKON. Joyce Muniz: Nice tune! DJ Sabo: Nice vibes. Artist: AIKON Release: Coming Back Label: Exploited Ghetto Cat: EXP88 LC: 48629 Publisher: Exploited Ghetto Music Publishing Beatport: 06.11.20: Releasedate Spotify: 13.11.20