Felix Wenzel

“The Felix Wenzel E.p.”

USR09 scanZoom inLabelUnderground Solution
Cat. No.USR09
FormatEXCL12"
Orders fromThu, 23 Jun 2005
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Review

It’s hard to find a record that will work on every dancefloor - The Felix Wenzel ep, however is one of those rare gems. Already played by Ian Pooley, Knee Deep, DJ Tonka, “I’ve never been to Brasil” is a deep house tune with Latin Flaour in a Naked Music Style.. with a rolling bassline that works and works. Radio support from Dave Clark / Galaxy100, plus 5/5 in Blues and Soul Magazine! “Itıs not often these days that you get a three track E.P. where all tracks are essential to play, but this latest release from the Underground Solution camp. At the moment Iım torn between which is my favourite cut, with the funk-fuelled ³Fire Up The Funk, the deeper ³Never Been To Brazil² and the electro based ³Scratchafunk² all getting heavy rotation on the Technics. This EP really is a class apart and one you must get at any cost.” 5/5 (Curtis Zack / Blues and Soul)

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BLUES & SOUL: “It's not often these days that you get a three track E.P. where all tracks are essential to play, but this latest release from the Underground Solution camp. At the moment I'm torn between which is my favourite cut, with the funk-fuelled 'Fire Up The Funk, the deeper 'Never Been To Brazil' and the electro based 'Scratchafunk' all getting heavy rotation on the Technics. This EP really is a class apart and one you must get at any cost.”

BLUES & SOUL: “It's not often these days that you get a three track E.P. where all tracks are essential to play, but this latest release from the Underground Solution camp. At the moment I'm torn between which is my favourite cut, with the funk-fuelled 'Fire Up The Funk, the deeper 'Never Been To Brazil' and the electro based 'Scratchafunk' all getting heavy rotation on the Technics. This EP really is a class apart and one you must get at any cost.”

DJ MAG October 2005: “It's rarer than it should be to find a decent quality tracky instrumental groove that doesn't rely on samples, but Hamburgs Underground Solution label have unearthed a producer who's come up with a trio of them. Herr Wenzel kicks off with the fleet-footed 'Fire up the funk', a fast moving stomper with an impressive sequence of electronic keyboards that would do John Julius Knight proud. He then slides into the wagishly titled 'I've never been to Brazil', a jazzily flavoured groover with neat strings, guitar and vaguely Latin percussion. Finishing up, there's the breakbeat-driven deep house/hip hop/funk soundclash of 'Scratchafunk'.”

DJ MAG October 2005: “It's rarer than it should be to find a decent quality tracky instrumental groove that doesn't rely on samples, but Hamburgs Underground Solution label have unearthed a producer who's come up with a trio of them. Herr Wenzel kicks off with the fleet-footed 'Fire up the funk', a fast moving stomper with an impressive sequence of electronic keyboards that would do John Julius Knight proud. He then slides into the wagishly titled 'I've never been to Brazil', a jazzily flavoured groover with neat strings, guitar and vaguely Latin percussion. Finishing up, there's the breakbeat-driven deep house/hip hop/funk soundclash of 'Scratchafunk'.”

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