SummaryGhost Town releases its fourth 12" edits by Strobe Lodge and Billy Woods. For its fourth release Ghost Town releases two jams for summer that will activate dancefloorsworldwide.
For the A Side the good people behind the Strobe Lodge parties construct an arrangement from 2 slept on disco gems, with some spot on live playing, to make an entirely new jam. Working Stranger begins with a heavy live bass and moves into a whirlwind of rushing synths and strings. The song builds with guitar and piano, before dropping out into a heavy percussive break and resuming again. Already getting play from the likes of Harvey, Black Starr, and Padded Cell, this will be a heavy floor filler.
For the B Side, Scotland's Billy Woods, the man behind the infamous Supermaxx parties, brings an obscure P Funk sounding jam back to life. Motor Booty has an easy opening vamp that flows into a beautiful female vocal, pure peanut butter. This has that Brooklyn BBQ vibe oozing from it's bassline and keys, a great end of the night or afternoon jam and a steady play at Mr. Kane's Saturday night Von party.... "never buy Texas from a cowboy when you're in Brooklyn..." Two great arrangements for your sets, delivered Ghost Town clean and engineered for strong sound.