Solaris Heights' release on Airtight was a much-lauded p-funk-tweaked house nugget.. here is a silky house follow up
Solaris Heights' previous release on Airtight was the much-lauded p-funk-tweaked house nugget, 'Midnight' - a track which gained a rather staggering amount of support from a variety of DJs right across the board ranging from Rocky and Halo & Hipp-e (who found a home for the track on their recently released mix albums, 'Faith vol. 2' and 'Fabric 07' respectively) to progsters Satoshi Tomiie, Sander Kleinenberg, Cass and more.
'Sunlight' is Bryan J Robson, Lewis Phillimore and Keith Robson's follow-up cut; a silky house number featuring vocals from Cheb that weaves the same lush magic as 'Midnight' - albeit in a more organic way - while Nova Scotia (aka Bryan J Robson) brings the quirky, p-funk hybrid styles on the flip with his Dark Chocolate mix. Bryan's recent works under the Nova Scotia tag have drawn critical comparisons with Metro Area's productions and this remix helps to reinforce those statements as he combines contemporary bleeps and bobs with a jackin' p-funk/ house vibe.
Written by Bryan J Robson, Keith Robson and Lewis Phillimore. Produced and recorded by Bryan Robson. Vocals by Randolph Matthews. Vocals recorded by Sie Medway-Smith. Backing Vocals by Cheb Stewart. Vocals recorded at Milo.
(P) & (C) 2002 Airtight Recordings.
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