Here we have more reviews that didn't make it into the weekend update.
Shakatak's "Easier said than done" (from their 1982 album "Night Birds") gets reworked for the soulful dance floors by CJ Giovanni who adds a smooth yet fierce backdrop and cool synths to the original music, never letting down the distinct jazzy feel of the original while giving it an uplifting touch (CD-R). The "Jack EP" by Andrew Chibale is a slammin' two track deep house release, with both the deeply thumpin' "Jack" and the gritty "Digital design" creating a mesmeric vibe you can't resist to dance to (Next Dimension Music Records CD Promo).
Silvando Da Silva presents "God gave us rhythm", a fiercely stompin' track featuring a catchy piano guaranteed to spread a feel good vibe. The 'Afrodynamic Mix' replaces the piano with wicked synths and gives the track an afro-tribal feel, while Davidson Ospina & Oscar P turn out a resistless peak time favorite. Lastly BK Duke injects funky flavas and adds freaky effects for an even more intense vibe (Soulisimio Records CD Promo). The "Travelling EP" by Greek Tek Killa is a lovely three tracker kicking off with the deep "Silk" which features dreamy melodies created by atmospheric synths and jazzy keys over a laidback groove, followed by the summery "The beach" which features lush synths over a smooth yet deep backdrop. Finally "Travelling" goes even deeper, with its slightly techy groove and the gorgeous synths creating a captivating feel (Deepology Records CD Promo).
Ricky Inch aka DJ Ricardo Da Funk presents "Winter love", a beautiful truly melodic deep house track built around a deeply thumpin' groove and mellow synths, with the dub giving it a groovier feel. Both Kyka and Elastic Sound add their unique touch to the track, keeping the vibe deep and melodic (Cabrio Records CD Promo). Dutch producer Sebastian Davidson goes as deep as it gets with "Boardlords", a hypnotically stormin' track featuring freaky synths and cool vocal samples over a rumblin' groove. Remixes are courtesy of Martijn and Sydney & Klod Rights who contribute great alterations keeping things deep and mesmeric (Just Deep Music Records CD Promo). "Yassoul" by Yass & Abicah Soul continues is a truly infectious track based around a captivating afro drenched tribal groove, with the phat synth intensifying the vibe to the max. The 'Abicah Soul Dub' puts the emphasis on the synths will relaxing the groove (SSOH Records CD Promo).