Well Cut Records 003 – Dubble D Presents Moodymanc ft Luke Solomon.
Out not on a beautiful 180g 12″ vinyl with spot varnished sleeves.
This is a big release from Moodymanc on the the Well Cut Records imprint with a banging remix by the Classic records legend Luke Solomon.
Vinyl is available in all good stores now with the digital release rolling out later on in October.
Will be keeping a close eye on this label.
Well Cut Records is the label from Danny Ward, perhaps better known for his productions as “Dubble D” and “Moodymanc” also being part of 2020 Soundsystem amongst others. The label is vinyl lead, releasing 180g 12”s in a series of bespoke designed full colour, spot varnished sleeves. It primarily showcases different projects in which Danny is involved from right across the spectrum of House music with the motto of “Passion over Fashion!”
The label has been quick to gather support from some of the biggest hitters in the industry, getting chart support and plays from the likes of Jimpster, Detroit Swindle, Danny Howells, Oliver $, Osunlade, Groove Armada, Shadow Child, Brothers’ Vibe, DJ Sneak, Doc Martin, Moxie, Recloose, Mr G, Trickski, Sidney Charles and many more…
Next up on the new Well Cut Records and the third in the series, is another outing from label boss Moodymanc.
A1 – Opens with “Comfort Me.” a 118 bpm soul drenched deep disco chugger which builds vocal refrains over analogue drums and a beguiling bass line. Definitely sounds for the summer!
A2 – Sees a re-touch of a previously limited release “War and Peace” finally brought to vinyl. A dirty filtered bass line groove coupled with disco drums and jazzy samples gets a funk workout, building to a deep vocal breakdown with a call for peace. Sublime stuff!
B1 – Welcomes a true daddy of the scene, Luke Solomon delivers his “Love and Death Re-Make” of War and Peace. Luke brings that classic touch to the party by toughening the kick and adding some twisted and wonky analogue synth action to up the energy to silly levels.
B2 – Closes with “Hashtag.” A straight up jacking and bumpy groove with a cut up sampled conversation between Snoop Dogg and G-Unit about the current state of hip hop. The sentiments however resonating completely with this producers feelings about the current state of House music in certain quarters, which we are sure will make a lot of sense to any true House head from the old school! An invaluable tool for DJs who really ARE DJs!