Published on June 16th, 2019 | by Sid Wesley1
That’s Not An Edit Vol.10
Stone a flamin’ crow, if it isn’t volume 10 of That’s Not An Edit‘s self-titled compilation album that predominantly celebrates the abundance of talented producers from its homeland of Australia, with a few friendly globetrotters joining the tracklist too. It only seems like five minutes ago that we were revelling in the wondrous sounds on volume 9 and before we can all take a breath from that compilation, it’s time to do the Funk, Disco, Hip Hop and Soul thang all over again with another 23 free tracks!
With highlights around every single corner, a few tracks that I have found myself returning to more than once include Dj Soup‘s opening track ‘Front Row People’ where he throws down classic Hip Hop beats on a dope Melanie Safka edit. Timber pulls up the flood gates and lets the Funk flood in on his Disco edit of Leroy Hutson‘s ‘Blackberry Jam’ while Sam McNiece also brings a truckload of Funk for his groovy flip on ‘Fat City Strut’ by Mandrill.
As well as that trio, Dastardly Kuts fresh B-Boy ‘Pusherman’ edit is another serial repeater and a great take on a well reworked classic. SanFranDisko always rams his music with as much groove as possible and his slick edit of Shalamar‘s ‘Right In The Socket’ is another that’s packing some serious groove. SLMDNK‘s soulful stomper ‘I Ain’t Lyin’ is a low-slung take on a familiar George McCrae tune and the final pick of my faves is ‘Finally’ which is D-Funk‘s cosmic and trippy midtempo Breaks edit of Kings Of Tomorrow‘s dance classic.
With so much brilliant music on offer, there’s every chance you’ll find your own favourites, so tuck in to see what’s what.
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