Fusing hip-hop, electro, house and soul, the unique Parisian duo that are Punky Blaster have a rich industry legacy already. One half of the uber fresh duo, Tony Brodski, cut his musical career from a diet of old school hip-hop, DMC competitions, and DJing for Busta Rhymes & Method Man amongst others. Punky partner Guillaume Delarge’s song writing sings from a different page, covering off classical musical training, nu wave, funk & rock. With supporters such as A-Trak there’s no surprise that these two are tipped to be France’s finest since Daft Punk with their next hit Missin’; A disco-fusion melting pot of funk’d-up filtered licks that are guaranteed to inject some soul shaking into any party & gain mass support worldwide.
Remix-wise, it’s Italian pair The Cube Guys who get serious with a straight-up house re-lick that lays down a huge sub groove to set the pace for further rhythm-building sample trickery. Rogerseventytwo is up next, firmly stamping his distinctive disco house sound that compliments the original with contrasting punchy beats and big roomy builds. Finally, Art Of Tones gets deep in an alternative workout that destroys the disco and pitches out a cool and spacious soundscape of intricate underground grooves.
Straight into the DMC Buzz chart at No.3 ‘Missin’ is a sure-fire disco house hit that is certified for underground addicts and disco devotees alike.
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