The Sccucci Manucci label continues to develop with every release and following the success of the last double 12" vinyl pack, the 'Octofiga EP', the imprint unleashes another 8 tracks that traverse the house sound.
Aashton is the first up on the EP, this young producer from Brighton is hotly tipped for big things in 2014. His track 'I can't Shake It' is a combination of emotion and polished production. A little bit of a good weather anthem if you ask us.
Next up we have another Sccucci debutant: Maverick. It's hard to believe this is the producers first release. A pure and raw house track thunders out from the vinyl grooves. We have a lot more to come from this talented Frenchman, keep it locked.
Super talented and all round top guy 'Jackson Ryland' unleashes 'Tandem Tech' on to the masses. A monster of a track that wouldn't sound of place in a Boddika set... crunch!
Neapolitan based house collective 'Marsupials' round off the first 12" with a garage shuffling, pipe organ, hands in the air good time track. We love what these guys are doing, look out for their full debut EP on Dabit Records coming soon.
When he is not dishing out advice on his talk show, Montel is dishing out chunky house monsters like 'Lemme Hold U'. We are honored to have this guy on the label, quickly establishing himself as a leading figure in the house scene and keeping his sound firmly in the roots house.
Sultry deep goodness from the man called Mr. Kavalicious is next on the EP. A woozy bassline and sublime vocal cuts make this track one of our favs on the EP. Another one to check on Dabit Records too.
Mikki Funk calls in a vocal favour from Albert Vogt to create a timeless piece of house music in our humble opinion. Sounding like it was made in the basement of Chicago youths house in 1994, Mikki nails it.
Last up we have the mysterious B Moe with an awesome track entitled Gambino. Solid bass work, hip hop spits, strings and a twonk bass drop that will leave you drawing for a pull up.