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ARTIST
SWEATSHOP BOYS (AKA LEE CURTISS, RYAN CROSSON & CESAR MERVEILLE FEAT. JEM COOKE
TITLE
WIDE WORLD (MOSCA REMIXES)
LABEL
Leftroom
CATALOGUE
LEFT039
FORMAT
12"
RELEASE DATE
    2013/06/17
TERRITORY
WORLDWIDE
GENRE
ALL ARTISTS
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DESCRIPTION

The formidable team of Visionquest related artists Lee Curtiss, Ryan Crosson and Cesar Merveille debut their new Sweatshop Boys project for Matt Tolfrey’s Leftroom imprint this June with ‘Wide World’ feat Jem Cooke, backed with remixes from Mosca and Tolfrey himself.

Individually and with their respective collaborations, all of the artists on this Sweatshop Boys release are heavyweights. Curtiss and Crosson, along with Seth Troxler and Shaun Reeves have turned the Visionquest project and label into a house music phenomenon in recent years while Merveille has, via releases on

Cadenza and his collaborative LP with Crosson, developed a formidable reputation himself. Mosca, via his Radio 1 show, has become a genuine flag bearer for house and techno while still enjoying a status as one of the most eclectic tastes around while Jem Cooke’s work with Matt Tolfrey and Kate Simko has seen many a plaudit.

‘Wide World’ is an 808-fuelled cut with a hefty dose of electronic soul. Urgent, relentless, funky and with Jem Cooke at her most passionate in her vocal performance, ‘Wide World’ is an unashamed slice of jacking, old school house executed with care and nous. Mosca delivers three interpretations. The London-based artist gently channels Dance Mania with his ‘Ghetto Mix’ and comes with dubby, rawness in his ‘Deep Dub’. Already extensively road tested on his R1 show, these are a rare set of remixes from Mosca and, as always, he’s delivered the perfect accompaniment to a great single.

Published: May 9, 2013