Saturday, September 19, 2015

Juno reviews Shaka!

To dispel Juno Records question - it is indeed BOTH. One of us lives in "The D" and the other lives in "The H". Now that the geographical mystery is solved - we can salute those fine folks at Juno for yet another humbling review of our material and the nice words about our label. It's inspirational to say the least!

"We're not sure if the crew from Kolour are from Houston or Detroit; perhaps both? What we do know is that they release some funky sure-fire deep house that's guaranteed to rock dancefloors and this is further indication. Shaka is a Swiss fellow known to his mum as Kurt Spichiger. Some of you may know him from early noughties minimal imprints such as Revolver and Morris Audio. On this four tracker he provides some nifty deep house that's worth checking. "Urbanature" is the first track and it's all swirling, feel good nu-disco business. On the flip "Time Is A Trick" is smoother and has those lush arp stabs facing off with a killer 303 lead and the real highlight on here." - Juno Records

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