If you have not been listening to Max Guiguet aka Blundetto, you’re missing out. The French musician has been lighting up turntables with his releases for quite some time. Moving in and out of Foundation outputs, his dubby, roots forward releases put him somewhere between the past and the future. On this release, he collabs with heavyweights Cornell Campbell (falsetto crooner w/ Studio One/ Trojan, etc.) and Little Harry (Dancehall maestro) on the track “Good Ol’ Days”. A call to arms to get back to the foundations, back to the good old days in reggae music, Blundetto provides his riddim for these two to do their magic on. The message is clear: “We play good music every time”. The flip uses the same riddim and features the mysterious Kid Charlemagne providing vocal stylings, with an effect that is stellar. It’s slow moving, ya know? Mi not in nah hurry, seen? People want to hear the music that makes them feel good, that brings back the good memories, the good times, and the good people they surrounded themselves with. This track is a great reminder of that, and Blundetto once again shows his respect of real reggae and how it applies to future bass music. Another great track.
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