In 2014, French native Isma Hill (born Isma Benhabyles) presented his debut artist album "The line" (through Japanese Sweet Soul Records) where he worked with various soul singers. The album includes the wonderful "Love it when we do" featuring grandiose passionate vocals by Elisha La'Verne which has been licensed by Antidote Music who present a superb selection of four-to-the-floor re-imaginations. First up, The Antidotes drop a dazzling jazz/funk inspired interpretation laced with wicked guitar by Shamrock and luscious keys. Next, Gruv Basement deliver a timeless classic rendition enriched with sublime jazzy keys and sweet guitars, and finally Dirty Harry (Harry St. Clare) serves a spell binding rework fueled with celestial synth melodies and groovey rhythms.
- Written by Mike Fossati