Version Galore is a newly found label, deeply rooted into the music culture.
Bringing you the selected reworks / re-edits from the top producers in the game, showing lots of respect and care for the original, but elevating it’s spirit and taking it somewhere else.
It’s all about the dialogue of cultures and the idealistic desire to pass the music legacy on! No half-measures, played-out tunes, lazy cuts, or boring “808-kick boosting” biz!
On the first release of the label VG are delighted to bring you the chosen cuts from the man that needs no introduction – Opolopo. He knows a thing or two about making a personal version of a track that can easily overshadow the original, and we guess that’s the case with the two cuts he prepared for us on this records. Things escalate fast. On the A-side you will find originally a midtempo mild jam “Go Get It”, which is turned by Opolopo into an effectively-upbeat stomper that will inject true feeling and groove in any house or disco set alike.
It’s one of those rare occasions when a soulful tune turns out to be super dance-floor efficient no matter what!
The B-side is all about the raw and emotional funky madness of “American Promise” by RAMP. It’s infectious groove, pinpointed with growling sub-bass is just devastating. Epithets are irrelevant here – just play it loud, but with caution! “Version Galore – play some more!”
DJ HARVEY – LOVE it !
RON TRENT – Respect!
MARCELLUS PITMAN – That dude plays nice!