Master H featuring Silicone Soul – Thirteen

  • Published
    22 Jan 2004
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  • Label
    Soma 141
  • Released
    January 2004
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  • The title track from Master H’s debut album is a sweet little housey number with soaring synth lines and a groovy bassline that has a trademark Silicone Soul feeling. It’s easy to see why Master H is fast becoming a more regular household name on the house circuit. With a history steeped in Parisian fashion shows, that mental house anthem “Magic K”, and a longplayer with rave reviews, this tune is aimed straight at the deep house lovers. 'Thirteen' is dripping in French house feelings, with a nicely cut-up vocal to boot and a string section that’s got dancefloor chicks grinning. The flipside of this release is dedicated to up and coming producer Mylo, responsible for polishing a new version of the recent Elton John re-release “Are you ready for love”. Note to reader: his other tracks feature on the Breastfed label (Deconstruction of Rock & Roll, Wolves of Miami and Paris 400) are worthy of a listen. Mylo takes the synth patterns and gives them a dirty electronic 80’s vibe whilst keeping that summer vibe intact. If you’re looking for more of a dancefloor kick, either the Mylo vocal or dub are going to be more your bag - there’s no messing around with building them up….they slide straight into sleaze. Peak time dance floor action courtesy of Mylo for sure.