Given the success of their own soul inspired long-players, Rae & Christian are the most obvious contributors so far to compile a home mix tape of preferred late-night listening for the Another Late Night
series. Having previously collaborated with the likes of soul legend Bobby Womack, it's little surprise that vintage funk is their main focus. Starting from the imposing horns of Trendsetter's "Heavy Worker", every ghetto strut from sleazy disco (Joshua's "Come On") to Latin boogaloos (Aromadozeski Therapy's "Strudel Strut") via easy down-tempo (Riton's "Put That On My Momma") and hi-tech electro (Mr Scruff's mix of Capoeira Twins "Four") is covered on route to a glorious climax with flamenco guitarist Jose Feliciano's aching cover of the Mamas and the Papas classic "California Dreaming". With so much funk and so many break beats on offer, this third instalment of Another Late Night
is as much a gift to disillusioned hip-hop heads as it is dance-floor weary clubbers in search of something stylish to unwind to. Low slung and wilfully eclectic, it's also every inch a Rae & Christian album. --Dan Gennoe
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