DJ T.'s The Inner Jukebox is exemplary of a trend amongst certain Northern European producers to drift towards the sounds of early house along the Chicago/Detroit axis. While this is quite laudable, even exciting, the results obtained thus far have been more exploratory than explosive.
I don't know this is pretty damn good. I usually am not a fan of what get physical do, but this is floor filler. MCDE really brought it on this one, much better than the remix on RWAV. I also like that DJ T left the get physical shuffle off the record. Old school vibes through and through.
It sounds like the sample MCDE uses is from the track 'What love is' the old Naked Music release giving it that old school feel. I love the hell out of that track.
The MCDE remix I think is groovy as hell. Not every track has to be big, which is fine by me. If you look at the youtube video when he played it at the Brooklyn Yard, everyone seemed just fine falling into the groove. Shit, I know I with i was there.
Solid release I thought, but the rating is right on.