Flumo Recordings starts the new year after the goldrush of our last release - Chocky “The Supplier EP”, the wax of which was extremely collectable thanks to its beautiful artwork. Unreleased Highlights is the fourth edition of the series, predicting a year in which we will have to follow closely the Spanish label based in London.
Opening this selection of jewels we discover ‘Simple’, a track by Nicson featuring the smooth vocals of Dixie Yure. This collaboration gets an A+ with, flawless deep house full of details in the arrangements, and a restrained funk, all marked by a sparkling and addictive groove.
‘Anu Davai’ by Alland Byallo is another gem in this special Flumo release. The delicious density of the track shows off Alland’s skills. Energetic, and extremely elegant.
We applaud the new work by Chocky and his particular ability to capture the essential soul in its purest state. Dub of the deepest frequency with the tidy and chilled warm-up number ‘Seek Deep’.
It’s also a pleasure to include Kasper on this fourth volume in the series . The capo of Esperanza Records shares ‘Lndn’, a rhythmic programming with the old fashioned scent of pure American tech funk. However, what could be an expected exercise in drums rhythm becomes instead a piece full of melodies and sound shades that transport our minds to a techno initiation ritual on a beach on Avatar’s Pandora.
Next up, is ‘My Babe is so Funk’ by Dixie Yure, a track full of sensuality and elegance. Crystal source of 90’s deep house feed a track soaked in soul and funk, with an exquisite bass line. An instant classic for our catalogue. Superb.
To crown this tiara there’s a gem from genius Tom Ellis. His ‘First Things First’ is unclassifiable. Minimal sketching and maximal dramatic tension, chamber music for the club scene, superb!