Monthly archives: February, 2013

Sonny Fodera feat. Justin Chalice – Stuck

So this is an uncomplicated house tracks with a linear nature and definitive histrionic antiquated groove, as if lifted from the dance floors of the original NYC Loft or the Paradise Garage.  Simple is none the less effective, and Sonny Fodera has crafted, yet again another melodic groover. My initial reaction is to lean against a post and snap my

Chris Malinchak – So Good To Me

The cat is out of the bag – slow burn, bubble grow, vocal goodness from Chris   Malinchak.  Just when you thought the soul had been ripped from electronic music –  “The Harlem Shake” takes hold of the world, a song so terrible I wouldn’t play it as a protest at my enemies funeral.  We are delivered from evil

Dajaé & Full Intention – What Do You Want (Vocal Mix)

Lack of information regarding exact release date on this little gem. 2002 anyone?  If you have been following ‘VFR’ posts at all you will notice hazy info crops up every now and then.  The fact remains however, the vocal on this record would pierce a crowd like Robin Hood’s arrow, infecting the whole club with a

Kojak – You Can’t Stop it

This was/is an instant classic Disco/Funk/House behemoth of a track that oozes sex, cocaine booze and rampant frolicking possibly in a purple pimp hat……..Well that’s how I see it anyway.  Sampled from ‘The Crusaders – Spiral’ on Blue Thumb 1976.   Album: “Crime in the City” Label:  ‘Pro-Zak Trax 1999’ Kojak – You Can’t Stop it

DJ Mes, Sonny Fodera – No Jet Lag EP

I was completely blown away by this track.  Becoming attracted to the little blighter while trawling through Traxsource on Saturday afternoon.  Never judge a book by it’s cover they say but in my opinion that holds little water when dance music is concerned.  The name jumped from the page “No Jet Lag” just standing there