Brazilica / Step In Line

Soulfuledge

Soulfuledge Recordings
SFLE017 | 2016-08-15  
With the sweet sounds of 'Let Me Fly' still ringing out across dancefloors Worldwide, the next release from Soulfuledge follows quickly on it's heels with 2 distinctly different, yet equally essential slices of soulful goodness. Tried & tested over the past couple of months, 'Brazilica' is a no nonsense feel-good party jam that's sure to bring out the carnival atmosphere wherever it's dropped! 'Step In Line' takes things on a totally different route with it's almost chuggy Rhodes groove, sweet vocals licks & saxophone solo all beautifully crafted, providing all the elements for those that like their music with a little more refinement.

DJ FEEDBACK

DJ Spen - My man…. these are truly rocking!
Tyree Cooper - Loving this! Step In Line is HOT!!
N’Dinga Gaba - Dope summer vibes
CJ Mackintosh - Love Step In Line
David Anthony - Brazilica is the one… builds & builds!
Thommy Davis - Loving Step In Line!
Hector Romero - Straight up party tune!
Mr Mike - Nice release
Booker T - Heavy vibes!
Klevakeys - Smooth vibes, just how I like it - supporting both!
Peter Borg - These both work, Brazilica is on my playlist
Bob Jones - Great production on both cuts
Niall Redmond - Brazilica for me on here
DJ Pope - Step In Line for me
Bruno from Ibiza - Nice house grooves
Gianni Junior - A proper summer hit
Colin Curtis - Now then nurse, pass the tequila! Great summer grooves
Richie Roberts - Absolute perfection, what a funk filled journey
Sahib Muhammad - Nice, I like
Sue McDonald - Two very nice grooves, love them both
DJ Mannix - What an EP!
Beni Candelario - Good tunes, very funky!
Andrea Florin - Nice summer tunes
Stefan Thorsell - Sounds great
Chocolate Brown (RiskSoundSystem) - 2 tracks that will definitely go straight in the bag!
Mind Street - Rock it!
Craig Stewart - Proper dance music this

SPIRIT OF HOUSE REVIEW

Soulfuledge return with an expertly crafted two tracker: the Carnival-esque "Brazilica" is an utterly infectious latin/jazz/funk infused feel-good anthem destined to jam-pack the dance floor, while the refined "Step in line" is on a more laidback tip, fusing sweet vocal licks with sublime jazzy saxophone, exquisite keys and a smooth yet irresistibly groovin' backdrop
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