old skool treats.

Theo Parrish, ‘the deep house connoisseur’ and/or legendary producer of all things groove started spinning tracks at the early age of thirteen in 1986. Theo is well known for his funkadelic and soulful house tunes that are universally known and recognised. After catching Tama Sumo in the early hours of Saturday morning via Panorama Bar, this tune played a huge significance to her set and was one of the highlight tracks. Dusty Cabinets released in 2000 through Sound Signature, Theo Parrish’s own label. All though this track is rather simple in terms of structure, with its glitchy piercing highs and dirty muffled bass there is definitely something special about this song, especially when its played at 8am on a Saturday and your surrounded by similar sweaty humans all bopping and grooving along to that contagious beat.

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