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A year in the making, Queen & Disco's "The Royalty of Funk" has finally landed. The project was handled with TLC from the get-go and the result has been worth the wait. The Derry natives have put their souls into the record and it has come out the other end smothered head-to-toe in everything that Q&D stands for. A collectable 12" Vinyl which looks the part, but more importantly will do the business on the dance floor. The 4 track EP boasts tracks from 2 of Q&D's biggest influences in Luca Trevisi, (better known as his behind the wheels alias LTJ ) and fellow Irish men Get Down Edits, as well as a track from the Q&D boys and Q&D resident Alan Mooney. Track 1, "KOFI" from Alan Mooney's Edits is a Beatdown masterpiece. A sample ripped from a dusty old record, bent and moulded in the digital realm for it to be put back on wax and it doesn't stop giving. As far as introductions go, this one is a bit special.Rounding off the A-Side LTJ comes in, showcasing his enviable talents to endlessly produce mesmeric and distinctive tracks. "Don't You Do It" is a driving groover, heavy on sassy vocals and a hypnotic bassline. The B-Side is a sexed-up affair, immediately upping the tempo are the Get Down Edit boyos with the aptly named "Dirty". There's almost too much good in this track to start singling out individual aspects, from harmonica solos, killer vocals, straight up funk guitar, and a heavy helping of brass, this track's got it all. Closing proceedings we have the Q&D boys first foray into the production scene with "Ghetto Life". This one is all about the brass, a real party number with an infectious groove that keeps the head and feet moving for the duration. 4 Track EP with a little something for everybody.
|1||Alan Mooney's Edits - Kofi||Add to Playlist||Play|
|2||LTJ - Don’t You Do It||Add to Playlist||Play|
|3||Get Down Edits - Dirty||Add to Playlist||Play|
|4||Queen & Disco - Ghetto Life||Add to Playlist||Play|
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