One of the UK's most enigmatic bootleg labels returns for its fourth installment of dancefloor bombs and feel good hits. Following the trail blazed by early bootleg pioneers such as Ron Hardy and John Morales, BoogieFuturo presents two instant classics for the edits hall of fame.
'Give Me Some Emotion' features an expertly amped-up sample of a particularly well-known female vocalist (we don't want to give too much away now). Jamie Bull's edit respectfully takes the track into the 21st century, with solid, punchy drums and big room snare reverbs to support the original boogie funk synth lines and staccato guitars. Sing along vocals and catchy hooks make this a fine addition to any vinyl junkie's record bag.
'Lovin Spree' continues the Boogifuturo tradition of tasteful edits. Neil Diablo loops an infectious guitar hook with the addition of low growling synths and Rhodes keys, to build the track into a crescendo timeless disco strings, chant-along vocals and killer Sax solos. An underground classic on the disco scene but never reaching the heights of commercial success, Diablo presents an edit to give this forgotten record new life.
Boogiefuturo is vinyl only and strictly underground, this won't be played out by everyone - this one is for the purists, the vinyl addicts, the ones that reminisce over the days when the white label ruled...
A. Give Me Some Emotion (Jamie Bull Edit)
AA. Lovin Spree (Neil Diablo Edit) Available from 12.06.2015