Monday, January 25, 2010


Sean Brosnan - Sat Jam

a. Sat Jam (Ray Mang Remix)
b1. Sat Jam (Eddie C Remix)
b2. Sat Jam (original mix)

Here's an early review by wordandsound of the new Needwant. In your local shops soon!

Satjam is the debut production from Sean Brosnan. Needwant was created as an outlet for a sound somewhere between house and disco and ‘Satjam’ seems to stay true to that original ethos. So it seems fitting that the man behind the label should keep the genres so close. Satjam is a dubbed house groove with guitar licks and vocal snippets that are a nod to the by gone disco era. Driving congas keep people shaking while, old school piano stabs provide the extra energy to make this a sure fire dancefloor filler. The A side remix is from long-term super producer Ray Mang. A veteran in the modern disco scene, Raj or Ray as he is known for his productions, was one member of seminal dance act Block 16. Today he is the unofficial third member of The Glimmers and continues his fine Mangled imprint. On Satjam he takes the groove and transforms it into an old school piano house monster. This record never fails to get people running to the decks to ask the name.

On the flip is the turn of new school edit hero Eddie C. The Canadian producer has been winning fans with his edits on Jisco, Flashback and Sleazy Beats over the past 12 months. For one of his first ‘original’ remixes he creates a slow dubby groove that is true heads down material. But after a long teasing groove, in true Eddie C style, the break kicks and reminds us why he is such an in demand producer for 2010. This is the third single release on Needwant recordings. The label releases the compilation series Future Disco and has a raft of singles in store for 2010 including releases and mixes from Kaine, Deep Space Orchestra, Mudd, Massimiliano Pagliara, Mark E and more.

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