Flapjack Records Presents
"The 4 Basic Food Groups"
A1. Bryan Jones - Low Flow
A2. Arco - First Time
B1. d-T3ch - Give & Take
B2. Forrest Avery & Derty D - The Perfect Beat
OK boys n girls, it's time to educated about Flapjack Records 11th fantastic vinyl release, "The 4 Basic Food Groups". This records should be a staple of every disc jockey diet and house music enthusiasts alike. If your momma didn't teach you about this important physiological phenomenon, then you better grab a copy and pay attention.
The first and most important of the four food groups is flapjacks. A great example of this is in Bryan Jones' flapjackin jam "Low Flow". The beats are as thick with butter milk and the bass is fluffy and melts in your ears. You should listen to this bit every morning with breakfast and wash it down with a tall cup of aural syrup.
The second food group and a perfect complement to the first is syrup. Czech Republic's Arco gives us a sugery delight entitled "First Time", which can be poured or spread over just about everything from toast and flapjacks to spaghetti noodles. This tune has a nice and deep brown maple sound that like syrupy goodness, sweetens up every mix.
The third basic food group is eggs, everyone's favorite baby animal embryo treat. Melbourne, Australia's house mopper d-T3ch, plucked the perfect egg from his prized chicken with his spoken word groove "Give & Take". In this smooth bumpin scenario, the chicken gives the egg, and d-T3ch takes it and whips it up into a wonder house omelet.
The last but certainly not the least of the 4 basic food groups is the bacon. Bacon just makes everything better. It the best source of protein in a house disc jockey diet. It makes for longer and more skillfully performed DJ sets. Oh and did I mention how super tasty it is? Oregon's Forrest Avery & Derty D definitely take the bacon with their super fried, crispy, salty smash hit "The Perfect Beat". This tune does to a club what bacon does to your heart...it clogs dance floors. You can't escape its tantalizing allure. So now that you are all edumacated, make sure you grab an extra copy or two of this super grooving and well informing record to pass on the good message to others.