Single Of The Week: Latest Craze – I’m Loving Tonight (Frankie Knuckles & Eric Kupper’s Director’s Cut Classic Mix) ( Soundmen On Wax)
The atmosphere, the vocals, but also the overall flow… Everything’s around to make of this jam a classic of the current times. Engendering the same impression as Hercules & Love Affair‘s memorable ‘Blind’ at first listen… Another gem which Frankie Knuckles also happened to remix back in the day. This being certainly not a coincidence at the end.
Around for quite some time on Soundcloud, ‘I’m Loving Tonight’ now gets an official release. This on Shuji Hirose‘s SOW label. And it’s most likely a definitive must have. With Fijian singer Joseph Chetty delivering the Holy Grail. The whole somehow reminding of Artful & Ridney feat. Terri Walker‘s ‘Missing You’. A gem which Eric Kupper happened to retouch as a tribute To Frankie Knuckles.
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– Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, Michael Gavrilidis and Peter Massa carry high the colors of House Music and Garage in their homeland. So expect nothing else but sound design that stays true to Disco, Boogie, Soul, Funk and Jazz based music! Even though
Latest Craze are dedicated to pushing boundaries and musical sophistication. Meanwhile staying true to this thing called House Music!
The list of artists they’ve collaborated with therefore speaks for itself as a matter of fact. From Kenny Bobien to Dawn Tallman, Donald Sheffey and MJ White. Not to mention Michael Watford, SuSu Bobien and many others. With their remixes comin’ out on labels such as King Street, Soundmen On Wax or Nervous among others.
Joseph Chetty is a Fiji-born multidisciplinary artist living in Melbourne. With singing, songwriting and theatrical performance strongly featuring in his practice.
He has also co-written, and performed in ‘Pearl’. A short film which has been programmed at Colourfest and at the Melbourne Queer Film Festivals. Last but not least, Joseph is also the writer and vocal performer of ‘I’m Loving Tonight’. A song which received the remixing treatment of Grammy award winning producers Eric Kupper and the late Frankie Knuckles.
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