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For a banger that apparently doesn't smoke, Deekline's seminal "I Don't Smoke" has certainly been smouldering.
At any point in the last 19 years, you can drop any version of this UK bass classic and expect it to cause riots in the dance.
And now there's a whole new slew of refixes to cause chaos with: Vital Techniques' switchy, twitchy breakbeat flex, Deadbeats jaw-dropping bassline whip-up, DJ Spookz warped slug sesh, Lucent's fluttering beat tipped-out bashment roller, Fish's wonked-out technoid bassline twist and Majora's stripped back UK funky deep house hybrid. Flexing between garage, house, bass and bassline, Daze Prism has been blessing us with some prime cuts for several years now but this EP is by far his biggest yet; "Lose Control" jacks and tickles with a cool twist on a classic mid 90s UKG vibe with warm, dreamy dulcets from singer Sabrina Gunston.
All exemplary updates on classic that's still sparking things up to this day. Elsewhere both "Kraft" and "Wob" get jiggy on the classic breaks with insane, hype-fuelled results, "Slaps" lives up to its name with dark Headzy style pads, stuttering drums and crystal bars from Danny Jaqq and "Bad Fit" takes us on a twisted dance around the sharpest lasers in Daze's armoury.
Remix-wise fellow Southpoint rising stars Freddie Martin and Said Who deliver some utter gold: the former turns his sandpaper funk machine up to 11, the latter smashes every wooden block in a 50 mile radius. If Foo R were to put together a studio album, where else could it be other than their legendary home imprint of Yos H.
As an album 'Friends Of Foo R' is a collection of high profile collaborations from the bass house giants, including both production features and high energy vocal additions.
Our favourites include the swordplay duo with Endor, the skippy house textures of 'Bad Man' alongside Jay Robinson and Dekar artist' and of course the triple threat rinse out of 'Black Bandana' which features Killa P, Irah and Long Range.