Sir Woolfy/DJ Spun - Brooklyn Creams (Whatchawannado)

Ahh always nice to have a good week of nice releases in our little world. This one's a grand little package by Rong/Mindless Boogie all-stars Woolfy and Dj Spun out of L.A. and NYC respectively, who bring us a couple of top tracks on the relatively new US label Whatchawannado. 'Brooklyn Creams' is their second release, and with two hot cuts it seems they're onto something mighty good. The title track on the A side is a stellar pitched-down and reworked version of Street Man by the 70's disco band Brooklyn Dreams'. We're welcoming the sub 110 tempo of this one, along with the moody vocal and disco strings. A definite warmup winner.

Spun's on the flip, 'Straight To The Bar' is a slightly more uptempo number that hits the bullseye in terms of musical elements: fat-ass bassline, snappy woodblocks, cowbell, delightfully reverbed claps topped off with an especially dreamy organ riff make this tune go down extremely well. Unfortunately you can't hear from the clip, but the breakdown is simply monumental; an irresistible slap-bass discobreak. Quite tough to pick a fave on this 12".

Pick up this spectacular record HERE and treat it like you should.