First up though, Solid Groove trades his usual bump and ghetto jive for more melody, keys and soul, with results that I rather like. Sunday chords stab and swirl around rolling beats, the bpm is slow - always good for the ladies – while the melody is catchy and very yesteryear. Production wise, it’s not as tight as Dave's other work, but nevertheless, this a nice edge to his studio sword.
But the B-side is truly where the action is. Stefan Goldmann charges out of the changing room with a remix that is super deep, and makes me smile unashamedly. This has all the warmth and layering of Goldemann's recent work on Perlon and Innervisions: Sliding soft clicks and double handclaps set the tone, the looped elements build, the pads stream deep underneath a reversed, pitched up and generally fucked with vocal that nearly pushes this into classic territory. Nice, warm and well dressed, skip the A and go directly to the solid groove on the B – Stefan's got the zeitgeist down to a T.