STRXX002 - Tom Jay 'Body Move EP'
For the second part of our journey into sound we have a super double A side from Tom Jay. Heavily influenced by the halcyon days of house, from the gorgeous sounds of Chicago to the warehouses of Manchester in the late 80’s.
Body Move is a piano led peak-timer and with a hugely effective vocal hook this is guaranteed to get some arms up! Remix treatment on this one comes from breakthrough artist, Jhonsson.
With successful releases on 'Knee Deep in Sound' and more recently, 'Madtech Records', he joins the Sense Traxx family with a much tougher cut of Body Move. One for the heads, the baseline is addictive and as ever with Jhonsson, contains superb synth work completed with housey stabs.
Chicago Love, is proof of Tom’s love for the origins of house. A bumpy interpretation of the classics we all know and love, superb chord stabs and nicely placed vocal ad-libs give Chicago Love a happy, summer vibe! Italian duo Mattei & Omich deliver a remix for the funk purists. Using the vocal as the lead, they’ve taken the best of early house and disco to create a insanely feel good, sun-kissed cut.
Remember, always use Sense Traxx records responsibly. Have fun, party hard, but don’t forget to go home.