Nik Weston and Mukatsuku Records are back again, this time bumping up to a 12″ and their latest volume of Lost Disco Classics. This release coincides with the tenth anniversary of the label. Volume Six is highlighting Ojeda Penn and his track “Brotherson” from the Happiness album from 1980. Two versions on this twelve include the longer instrumental version and a shorter version with strings and vocals that was released six months later than the original. This dancer features heavy bass, some great strings, hand claps, and of course female vocals which will keep them on the floor. The instrumental is tough and deserves a nod, because really, who doesn’t like a dope instrumental? It’s pressed up on 180g vinyl special for this solid label’s anniversary. If you want to keep ’em dancing, this one is a sure shot. Check out a video of the original 45 below on IFE, and after the video is a link to buy this record. According to Penn, this is the first time either one of these versions has been issued. Now get moving on the floor.
Listen to the track here:
Buy the record here.