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Various - Underground Hits And Exclusive Bits 4



Underground Hits And Exclusive Bits 4
Various - Underground Hits And Exclusive Bits 4
(CD/Digital) Wah Wah 45s WAHCD011, 2009-05-04

On this compilation, a celebration of all that's fresh out of the Wah Wah camp in 2009, we've got soul/jazz treats from Scrimshire, Ashley Thomas and Stac; twisted electronica and dope beats from Unforscene (remixing Part-Time Heroes), Red Astaire on the remix for Kendra Lou & The Miracles, and cutting edge Norwegian producer King Knut. Elsewhere there's stunning music out of Canada from Alister Johnson, Scrimshire on the bossa tip for his mix of PTH, dance floor funk from Jamie Finlay and Lack Of Afro (remixing Middlewood Sessions), brand new Colman Brothers latin jazz heat, and a killer jungle workout of "Step Forward" courtesy of the mysterious Chief!!

Underground Hits And Exclusive Bits 4
Various - Underground Hits And Exclusive Bits 4
(CD/Digital) Wah Wah 45s WAHCD011, 2009-05-04

Tracklisting :
01. Scrimshire - Springtime *
02. Ashley Thomas - Would You Cry?
03. Stac - Tip *
04. Part-time Heroes feat. Jono McCleery - Angels Fly (Unforscene Remix) **
05. Kendra Lou & The Miracles - Be Kind To Your Mind (Red Astaire Mix)
06. King Knut - Ancient Drum *
07. Alister Johnson - Invitation *
08. Part-time Heroes - Sun Will Shine (Scrimshire Remix) **
09. Jamie Finlay - Don't Sleep *
10. Middlewoods Sessions - Red Waters (Lack Of Afro Remix) *
11. Colman Brothers - Sem Amor (Big Band Original) **
12. Jamie Finlay (chief's Step Up Mix) - Step Forward *
* previously unreleased
** first time on CD

Note : compiled by Dom Servini & Simon Goss for Wah Wah 45s.

Links :
wahwah45s.com
myspace.com/wahwah45s
Buy on kudosrecords.co.uk/wahwah/detail/WAHCD011
trickartt.com/work/wahwah.php (artworks)

Press Release :
Blimey, a decade of Wah Wah wax eh?!

Since starting out slowly with the Espen Horne single, (the now classic) "Magnetica" in '99, it's been a long, exciting journey. Ten years later, we´ve released nearly fifty singles and almost a dozen albums; we´ve seen vinyl come, nearly go then come on strong again; we´ve moved into the digital realm with much excitement; and have seen our club nights grow from The Jazz Café, Cargo, Vibe Bar and now to our 10th Birthday Session at The Scala in October!!

On this compilation, a celebration of all that's fresh out of the Wah Wah camp in 2009, we've got soul/jazz treats from Scrimshire, Ashley Thomas and Stac; twisted electronica and dope beats from Unforscene (remixing Part-Time Heroes), Red Astaire on the remix for Kendra Lou & The Miracles, and cutting edge Norwegian producer King Knut. Elsewhere there's stunning music out of Canada from Alister Johnson, Scrimshire on the bossa tip for his mix of PTH, dance floor funk from Jamie Finlay and Lack Of Afro (remixing Middlewood Sessions), brand new Colman Brothers latin jazz heat, and a killer jungle workout of "Step Forward" courtesy of the mysterious Chief!!

Artwork :
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Upcoming Wah Wah 45s releases :
MAY 4TH :: Various Artists / Underground Hits & Exclusive Bits: 4 CD and digital release
MAY 11TH :: Part Time Heroes / Meanwhile Remixed digital Only EP release
MAY 18TH :: Alister Johnson / Invitation Limited 7 inch and digital release
MAY 25TH :: Scrimshire / Along Came The Devil One night CD and digital release
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