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Sure to brighten your weekend is a new release from the legendary Cut La Roc on his own label Rocstar Recordings. If all new music from the big fella isn’t enough, there’s a remix package which covers just about every base (bass?).
Supa Disco is a disco groover that’s well, super!! The original rolls along delightfully upon layers of horns, keys and wah wah guitar which sit nicely in the mix with a chugging bassline that’ll have you strutting along in no time. But if this inexplicably isn’t your bag, don’t despair because there’s bound to be something for you among the 4, yes 4, vastly varied remixes on offer here.Danny Way steps up first, doing away with the horns to make room for a far dirtier bass while keeping the groove of the original. Then you’d be forgiven for thinking you’d gone onto another track as the intriguingly named Cromer Suicide Club up the funk and swing quotient giving the track a whole new vintage feel. Next up on remix duty is LSM fave Cakeboy, bringing his signature bouncy breakbeat touch to the party, complete with glitched out bass and vocals. If you are a house fan, and who isn’t, don’t worry; you are ably catered for by Wax Hands who offer a twisted acid electro interpretation to complete the super Supa Disco release.
Check out the tunage on Soundcloud here, and it goes on general release today from all the usual purveyors.