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Nickodemus // In My House LP

Nickodemus // In My House LP

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This is a house cover of 80's disco classic by a house writer in New York, USA.

Labels and other worksthis /// Click here to see more Bastard Jazz / Wonderwheel Recordings releases available at Tobira. 

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Wonderwheel Recordings:

"In My House" is a "bucket list" song Nickodemus always dreamed of covering into an actual House version. After a weekend of hanging with Bam from the Jungle Brothers in Brooklyn, they called over Carol C & Lisa Shaw to lay down some vocals Jonathan Maron funked up the bass. And going for that straight ahead 90's hard hitting house vibe, Bam flipped his verse to show everyone how it was done back in the day. France's house producer ART OF TONES made 2 remix versions on the flip- side taking it deeper into club zone.

On the flip-side:
After the US elections in November, Nickodemus decided the need to add an updated 2017 "FUNK THAT" version to the release. It features NYC house music party & radio host legends THE ILLUSTRIOUS BLACKS over a funky break & deep chords reminiscing the original 90's release "Question, how can someone who is sexist racist, homophopic, Islamophobic, and an ableist become president of the United States of America? FUNK THAT!"

Artist: Nickodemus

Label: Wonderwheel Recordings

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This is a house cover of 80's disco classic by a house writer in New York, USA.

Labels and other worksthis /// Click here to see more Bastard Jazz / Wonderwheel Recordings releases available at Tobira. 

----------------------------

Wonderwheel Recordings:

"In My House" is a "bucket list" song Nickodemus always dreamed of covering into an actual House version. After a weekend of hanging with Bam from the Jungle Brothers in Brooklyn, they called over Carol C & Lisa Shaw to lay down some vocals Jonathan Maron funked up the bass. And going for that straight ahead 90's hard hitting house vibe, Bam flipped his verse to show everyone how it was done back in the day. France's house producer ART OF TONES made 2 remix versions on the flip- side taking it deeper into club zone.

On the flip-side:
After the US elections in November, Nickodemus decided the need to add an updated 2017 "FUNK THAT" version to the release. It features NYC house music party & radio host legends THE ILLUSTRIOUS BLACKS over a funky break & deep chords reminiscing the original 90's release "Question, how can someone who is sexist racist, homophopic, Islamophobic, and an ableist become president of the United States of America? FUNK THAT!"

Artist: Nickodemus

Label: Wonderwheel Recordings