NZ resident and old friend of Paper, Dick Johnson kicks off his new label Neat Music with Maya Vanya vs. Magik Johnson’s Don’t Need No-One.
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Leftside Wobble : The Chaos In The CBD is so deep and soulful. Pure nu skool funk flava’s.
Stevie Sole : Magik Johnson Mix DOPE
Kiko Navarro : I think is a good release for all those who like the broken beat and the sound of Bugz in the Attic.
Crispin Dior : I think the vocals sit best with Chaos in the CBD mix by a long way. This broken vibe certainly has a grip.
The Lovely Jonjo : Love love love the original. Amazing vocal bring on summer already.
Aldrin Zouk : Fab slice of primal groove! Instrumental is a perfect addition.
Danny Mac : Rob 3’s mix is the one for me. Dark and moody, love the percussion. In the box for the weekend!
Karoshi : Digging the label ethos and the MJ remix is sweet.
Stuart Patterson : Nice set of varied mixes but good to have some proper variations in there .
Nathan Detroit : Love Dick!! Nice work & original for me.
Murray Richardson : Brilliant, love this 1st release from Neat – solid as you like!
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