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Wolf Music - Back To The Future EP (Wolf Music)

Remember we went apeshit last year when the mighty Wolf Music camp unleashed their "I Want To See All My Friends At Once" EP? Featuring four exquisite tracks by four of the most talented producers in beatdown disco land, we rightfully dubbed it our 12" of the year.

Wolf Music follow the same recipe for their first release of 2010 and serve up four new tracks by Cottam, KRL, Greymatter and Ilija Rudman. As is to be expected from this all-star crew, all four cuts are killer. Cottam (whose Cottam Limited releases have been going down a treat) drops a deliciously dubby, wobbly hypnothising workout. KRL turns in a bass-heavy, slightly more uptempo number (with souldiva vocalsnips!) that shuffles in all the right places. Greymatter makes his second appearance on Wolf Music and turns in a mesmerizing track based around a Roseroyce sample with an almost-broken beat. Ilija Rudman finishes off things in style with a superdeep, lowslung vocal track (hovering around the 100 BPM mark). Hard to pick a favorite here, but Ilija's track really is something special. Check out a snip here:

WOLFEP004 01- Ilija Rudman-Who's Crying Now (snippet) by NYSoul

Out on February 15th in all good record stores. Buy on sight.


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