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Published on April 28th, 2021 | by Sid Wesley

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V/A – Freshly Dipped Volume 4 (Cuttin’ It Fine)

Cuttin’ It Fine is back with the intent to further lift the mood of the nation after the recent lifting of restrictions here in the UK with volume 4 of its always on-point ‘Freshly Dipped’ EP series.

Just like the previous three volumes, this current one contains 4 free tracks that all deliver a punch of funk that’ll leave you seeing stars! Getting this edition underway is Towlie DJ who expertly combines the brass and guitars of Average White Band‘s ‘Pick Up The Pieces’ with the slick rhymes of Jurassic 5‘s ‘High Fidelity’ and finishes it all off with the smack of some chunky broken beats. Label boss Roast Beatz follows on he too has a hard-hitting midtempo Breaks jam on his hands that this time brings together The JB’s and Jay Z for one hell of a party! Not to be outdone by the weight of the beats laid down already, Crash Party live up to their name and come wading in with a high-flyin’ remix of an Aussie classic ‘Front Row’ while Frankee More brings down the intensity with a chilled yet deliciously bassy rework of Dr Dre‘s ‘Kush’ to complete what we’re sure will be another hugely popular volume of the ‘Freshly Dipped’ series.

If you’re yet to jump on the live stream train over on Twitch, Towlie DJ, Roast Beatz and Crash Party are all regulars on there and if you want to follow them so as to be notified when they do go live, you can do so on the links here:

Towlie Twitch / Roast Twitch / Crash Twitch

 

Download ‘Freshly Dipped Volume 4’ for free here.

 

Links for Cuttin’ It Fine :

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: I'm Sid, a dude from Lincolnshire. I'll be bringing you music from the perspective of the dance floor, the place I love to be most! I've no production or DJ experience, but I do know a bloody good tune when I hear one and if I connect with it, I'll share it in the hope you connect with it to. Selection and connection is the name of the game.



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