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Somethin' Changin' (Incl. Llorca Remix)

The Jaffers, Jayhem

Jaffa Music
JM11 | 2009-09-11  
After their successful debut with the track Be Good featuring Rachel Claudio, The Jaffers have come back this summer to present us with their second single Somethin’ Changin' feat Jayhem from the group KOJAK.

After their successful debut with the track Be Good featuring Rachel Claudio, The Jaffers (Nicolas Vautier & Nicolas Gueguen) have come back this summer to present us with their second single Somethin’ Changin' featuring Jayhem from the group KOJAK. A moving and powerful vocal mixed with The Jaffers pop/rocky production makes this a truly unique release.

Eclectic in flavor, this release comes with some serious remixes including:

a heavily funked-up affair by long-time French producer extraordinaire Llorca;

an uplifting beachy/hooky remix from Salokin, alias (The Jaffers en mode 'minimal/club house')

and a bangin' dub from The Jaffers vs Salokin.. (Check the breakdown!)

After Salokin and The Jaffers, we are also very proud to introduce you to the latest extension to the Jaffa Music Family, Deep Inc as Jaffa Music Artists. Two soulful-loving brothers from Lithuania (Tadeu Nice & Domino) offer up this remix in their trademark deep and funky style of production. There's much to come from the talented pair who are working on their first release!

Completing the package, and following up on his wonderful Gogo Momba EP release on Abicah Soul, Arnaud D brings us a nice minimal remix just like he knows how to deliver them!

We hope you enjoy!

Tony Humphries & Jacko

We are great supporters of “The Jaffers”.. This song is really good for the summer, we def gonna support this! Fav mixes are “LP Version” and “Beach Party Mix”.


Quentin Harris
just wanted to say that the Deep Inc Silent Hill dub is a hot track.

Nik Moss
love the deep inc SIlent Hill Dub ! llorca mix sounds nice too !

DJ Pope (POJI/Baltimore)
Will add to the CD case in rotation

Abicah Soul
much respect. one of my summer favorites.

Ralf Gum
The one I like and will play is Arnaud D

Mr. Mama
Nice and Fresh!I'm Into the "Deep Inc. Silent Hill dub and Arnaud D"

DJ Rork
I like dat!!! Pure original style, and I like the Jayhem vox..

Dean Serafini (Jjazproject.com)
A significant departure from the trademark Jaffa sound, a varied package of mixes and I love the Llorca Boogie Boogie Mix. Pure seventies funk, I can just imagine the big hair to go with the big sound!!!


Mike Stukes (Mystic Vybes WHCR 90.3 FM)
This one packs a serious punch. Should do quite well on the dance floor in clubs world wide.

YASS
Mortel, top production!, merci pour la promo Nico.J'adore le remix des Deep inc! Ca fait plaisir!!

Rachel Claudio
"Sincerely, people.. This is the kind of stuff that makes me proud to be a Jaffa baby.. Bring on the original. Shake up dancefloors with something unexpected and still totally relevant. I love it for it's originality and punk attitude, but mostly because it's a real tune in the traditional sense. It's kinda like Lenny Kravitz v.s. Cee-Lo.. Otherwise I'm into the Salokin Beach Party remix.. Crowds behave like they already know it. The whole package is rocking."

Edground (Grooveland)
I would love to play Llorca remix in my radio show !!

Rafael Moraes (Nomumbah)
Llorca did a really nice 80's sound remix, that's my choice!

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