Wasted Life – December 2004

Review: The Coffee Kids – Dangerous Frequencies

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The Coffee Kids - Dangerous Frequencies

THE COFFEE KIDS
“DANGEROUS FREQUENCIES”

MN2S Records

Causing quite a stir among the likes of Miguel Migs, Sandy Rivera and Brian Tappert, this jazz-filled flight will engage you on an energetic journey to club land. Produced by Cricco Castelli (coffee king) and Gavin ‘Face’ Mills (Copyright), this full-blooded house groove reminds me of a hybrid between “Rithmo da Rua” and Grant Nelson’s “Free.” The A-side is a funky and deadly tune with Rhodes, big beats and spoken word by Foremost Poets. The B-side with The Coffee r5 is a MN2S mix, with a little more bump and dub to move your crowd. This one has made a No. 1 on The Hype Chart! www.mn2s.com

 

This review originally appeared in Headphones, December 2004, Issue 192.