Renowned for his fiercely individual and puritanical take on house music, Derrick Carter returns with his first full mix joint since 99's 'Cosmic Disco'. Once again the emphasis is on deep, funky sounds, and a fantastically brave mixing ethic which often sees two or three records played over each other for minutes at a time - Carter certainly isn't one from the British super dj school of boring, flat, beat mixing. Theres no surprise at Derrick's choice of sound - funky, jacking Chicago house, with a plethora of laid-over acapellas and tricks. He shows little compromise to commerciality or the 'big choons' of the moment - his choice of records is markedly original - with fellow Chicago hero Paul Johnson one of the few recognisable producers in the mix (at least if you do your clubbing in England anyway). Overall, this is a fantastically funky, soulful mix, with Carter at the top of his game - showing many of his British 'superstar' counterparts how a REAL deejay rocks it. See you at remedy D!.