Cole Medina

“Red Hot - The Mole Remix”

INT013 scanZoom inLabelInternasjonal
Cat. No.INT013
FormatEXCL12"I
Orders fromThu, 21 Jan 2010
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Review

Here’s a mighty steamroller of a track by funky californian Cole Medina, co-founder of the House Arrest label, that aims to put the Ghetto back in House Music, and esteemed producer with a jazz background championed by the Haute-Volée of current disco and house DJs.While his slo-mo Bee-Gees cut-up is still the center-piece of numerous latenight/ early morning sleaze hours worldwide, “Red Hot” is quite another beast: footstomping peak-time action with dangling funk guitar and dubby brass stabs. Finally dropping after Todd Terje already included it in his Resident Advisor almost two years back with an additional stellar THE MOLE ( Wagon Repair, Philpot ) on the support. Canada’s funkdoobiest reconstructs it in a jacking, midtempo wild pitch manner around a dirty fuzzy bassline plus cut-up beat and wah-wah guitar that’ll slap you silly. this hurst so good!!

INT013 in the media

Karotte (CocoonGreat Stuff): “booth sides are great. love it.”

Mike Shannon (Cynosure, Wagon: “yes, the title says it all... Red hot! ”

Richard Carnes (RA): “This one's been highly anticipated ever since it first appeared on Prins Thomas' RA podcast over a year ago, and should still kill disco-orientated floors with its dubbed out stomp. The Mole's remix is nice enough, but lacks the killer groove that form the basis of his best tracks.”

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