Phil Weeks is a house music purist, whether DJing or producing, the Parisian with the huge personality delivers raw beats influenced in equal measure by classic Chicago house and nu-school French flair, underpinned with a hip-hop attitude. His long running Robsoul Recordings also defines him as one of the most skilled label heads in underground house music, the latest release ‘I Want You’ joining the dots with the very foundations of this music and remind everyone where some of the strongest ingredients came from. And this time he’s gone straight back to 82 for a synth riff that sparks up any situation
(ahem) You’ll know it the second it drops. That crisp riff, that reverb, the shimmering loopiness and plucked synth bassline; Weeks has captured the essence of the seminal Mute release and added a whole new chapter with a little wry, tongue in cheek wit from Joe Le Groove who’s so on point he even warns you when the bassline drops.
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