Mr Peter Devlin

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (6 of 6)
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,503,592 - Total Helpful Votes: 6 of 6
Melt Yourself Down ~ Melt Yourself Down
Melt Yourself Down ~ Melt Yourself Down
I heard one of the tracks in passing. That earworm, and the pedigree of the musicians, led me to take a punt. Well worth it. This is a quality slice of African-drenched ska / jazz / funk /beats. Fresh, rough, noisy and thoroughly enjoyable, this band could easily crossover from niche jazz to ska to full on dance. I would love to attend a live gig with this lot in a sweaty dance club. Adrian Sherwood should get together with this outfit and I'd bet the result would be a home run. Can't make it 5 out of 5 as IMO the overall package lacked a bit in the middle. Nevertheless, well recommended.
Moment of Truth ~ Man with No Name
Moment of Truth ~ Man with No Name
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Simply one of the finest Goa / Psy Trance albums available. The quality of the tracks (and their production) is almost beyond compare.
There is a reason why Paul Oakenfold favoured tracks by MWNN for his live sets - they exist as shining examples of the trance genre. Styles vary from full on dance floor classics (Floor-Essence) to chilled trance (Skydiving).
If you jumped around a nightclub during the mid-to-late 90's there is a good chance that you will have heard MWNN tracks before. buy the album, listen, enjoy and realise why todays commercial / chart trance has yet to reach the heights exemplified by genre-defining artists such MWNN.