Funk theory has a moody combination of deep stabby synths working about the high octane house grooves.Over this a wash of feel good funk controls the flow as cut up vocals add to the pace,developing fully in places and twisting about constantly in various combinations.Theres rich melodies imitating each other,pushing up the pressure with new sounds being introduced and keeping our interest right till the end.
Hulkinator kicks ass from the onset as twangy bassline and warpy piano chords meld together as layer after layer of jackin' percussion and subtle old skool vocal samples emphasize the euphoria contained above it.
Junk in the trunk isn't as intense but gathers itself at a slower pace , oozing a charismatic groove that has you hooked from the start.Looping wah guitars and wild west pianos control the party vibe from start to finish making what is quite a sumptuous affair.
Fountainia wraps up the Ep with more of the same,creating yet another exciting concoction out of elevating synths , foot shuffling rhythms,infectious melodies and eerie vocals for added pleasure.
Porter's sound continues to take on new proportions,infecting our minds with a nu-generation of no-holds barred dancefloor music taking on a life of its own.It's definatly a must to check out the full Porterhouse compilation as this Ep is just a taste.