Radio Trip & Left
Delights vs. Audio Montage
After 5 successful releases, and 3 years of silence, Delights comes back to life as Markey Funk's independent label. And to start the new journey, Markey is closing the circle by paying respect to the label's birthplace, Audio Montage, with a double-sided psych-funk banger.
Side A is a highly acclaimed remix for Radio Trip's sampladelic b-boy classic Computers Singing, previously available only in digital and CD format. Produced around the same time, as Markey's debut album (forgot the word) was completed, this was his first step into the new territory. Largely inspired by the wild side of Tropicalia, the tune gets more and more crazy - from head-swirling fuzzed-out organ, to nearly epileptic guitar solo, without losing its floor-rocking groove.
Side B is a remix for a track by the power duo Left, taken off the band's second album. With its deep bass line, heavy broken drums and ghostly electronics, this tune set the direction, further followed by Markey on his sophomore album Instinct.
Tom Findlay, Groove Armada
Drumattic Twins, Finger Lickin'
DJ Prestige, Flea Market Funk