James Huxley, London - United Kingdom - on 18/8/11
This Saturday Soul Clap bring back their 90's Jam to London with a line up including some of the 90's most influential producers. Ashley Beedle will be performing under his Black Science Orchestra moniker and both King Britt and Coldcut's Jon More will be joining the Brooklyn duo. We asked the DJs to each pick one track they will be 'coming correct' with on the night.
De La Soul – Roller Skate Jam Named Saturdays (David Morales 6Am Mix)
The original is one of our all-time favorite uptempo hip-hop party jams, but it was only recently that we dug the record out and realized that David Morales has amazing dance mixes on it. The Mo Mo Dub is out of this world, but it's his 6am mix that has that morning magic. From the spaced out intro to the classic keys to the rap that takes it home, this is 90's house at its best.
Bjork - Violently Happy (Masters At Work Remix)
It's a killer mix from Masters At Work at the top of their game. Match this with a vocal from an artist who is so influential and brilliant, even now and it's one of the great dance mixes that came out of the 90's.
Meat Beat Manifesto - Babylon
Going to go with Meat Beat Manifesto. The perfect mix of early jungle Hardcore Reggae and Punk. Has remained in my box for the last 21 years!
Alison Limerick - Where Love Lives (Red Zone MIx)
This song for me defines the 90s vocal house anthems. I used to go to Red Zone on a regular basis in NYC and when this came out, i couldn't stop playing it. I knew her from her work with This Mortal Coil. Bravo. I will be doing small tributes to my 90s producer heroes. Morales is one of them.
Mr Fingers - Closer (The Deep Down Basement mix)
Beautiful early morning deepness from the man who basically invented deep house. Get your art dance on.
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