Thursday, 17 June 2010


Just a quick heads up for you about a new track from Leeds producer Ghosts of Venice aka Lee Dunn aka one half of Youth Attack aka one of the guys responsible for the now defunct (but excellent) Kill The Rhythm Leeds night. Hands. Pies. A lot of.

Lee's being doing big things as GOV, teaming up with the likes of Le Principle, Jo Kira and Bobby Analog. With support from Grum and Laberge, his debut EP well and truly did the rounds, and his Shakira re-edit made Shakira cool for the first time in a while (since Hips Don't Lie??). He's also toured the US, and plays out a fair bit around the UK.

His latest production, Sweatin' is not just a great piece of disco-house, it's also music for a good cause - all proceeds from the sale of Sweatin' will be given directly to a charity called CETA, part of Braintrust. Braintrust as a charity does research into our thought processes, trying to maximise the ability of individuals to use every part of their brain at maximum efficiency, so a highly worthy cause. You can pick Sweatin' up for a measly £1 (although this is a minimum suggested donation) over at Bandcamp, so why not do so - it's a great summer anthem, perfect for BBQ's, beach parties or the club. Proper good vibes, guaranteed to get some hands in the air action.

While you're at it why not grab GOV's excellent guest mix for the Chemical Jump blog (originally found here). This mix is summer in a bottle, proper disco funk vibes, with a nice diverse tracklist.

(Right click, save as - hosted by Chemical Jump)


1. Toecutter – Best Party Ever (Jordan Lightyear & Jimmy 2 Sox Remix)
2. Swivel Hips – Cheaters
3. En Masse – Paura
4. Matt Hughes – Stand Up
5. DJ Sneak – All Over My Face
6. Paul Johnson – I’m Alone Until You Show Me
7. Defunk – Move Me
8. Sebastien Léger – Saturation
9. Patrick Alavi – Overfunk
10. Spiller – Groovejet (Ghosts Of Venice Edit)

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