Originally published by The Vinyl Factory.
The phreaky mf is back!
Producer and DJ Mike Dunn is releasing his first LP since 1990 – My House From All Angles – out this December on his own Blackball Muzik label with MoreaboutMusic Records.
Dunn, a contemporary of Larry Heard, Ron Hardy and Frankie Knuckles during the explosion of house music in the late ’80s and early ’90s, was a seminal progenitor of acid house.
Operating under his own name, as well as pseudonyms QX-1, The Jass Man, The Phunky People, The MD-XPress and The MD Connection, the prolific producer released iconic songs like ‘God Made Me Phunky’, ‘So Let It Be House!’ and ‘Grooving’ on labels like Trax and Nervous.
Dunn’s new My House From All Angles LP features “heavy 303 werk, deep stroboscopic acid, booty jackers, hip house and groovy US house/garage”.
Look for the album December 1 and check out the tracklist below.
My House From All Angles tracklist:
01. ‘Acid Rush (Vokal MixX)’
02. ‘Body Muzik (Album MixX)’
03. ‘Coal Mine (Album MixX)’
04. ‘DJ Beat That Shhh’ feat. MD X-Spress (Album MixX)’
05. ‘Have It 4U Babe feat. Jass Mann (Album MixX)’
06. ‘Let’s Go! (Album MixX)’
07. ‘Modulation (Album MixX)’
08. ‘Move It, Work It (Album MixX)’
09. ‘The Frontier (9 – 1-1) (Album MixX)’
10. ‘The Wake- Up Call feat. Dee Jay Alicia (MD Vokal MixX)’
11. ‘You R’ Feat. J.R. Jordan (New Album MixX)’
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