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Joyce Muniz - Pulp Fiction EP (Preview) | Exploited

Exploited on September 28, 2011 19:55

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    Joyce Muniz's funky, percussion-heavy DJ sets - covering everything from Afro beats to tropical tech, electro, and house - have already garnered her a huge international following, and Pulp Fiction, on Exploited Records is a direct reflection of her "serious sweating on the dancefloor" style. The title track is melodic and lighthearted, a party jacking house track with subtle pop moments. Tech-ed out chords and the smooth vocals drive the excellent "Morning Love," and "Pray for Peace" is full of futuristic afro-tropical house vibes. The jacking, warm "Back Down" also stands out, and "New In Town" rounds out the release on a stripped-down, soulful deep house note. Recommended.

    Early appreciation by Skream, Maya Jane Coles, Round Table Knights, Martin Dawson, Ewan Pearson, Laurent Garnier, Hudson Mohawke, CatznDogs, Joe Goddard/Hot Chip, Munk, Alex Barck/Jazzanova, Philip Sherburne…

    Some selected feedback:

    Skream: Sick!

    Maya Jane Coles: Joyce’s productions are always really solid. I really like her stuff and it’s good to see other female producers rising.

    Round Table Knights: Great Ep! Morning Love is sooo good! Back Down & New in Town I like too..

    Ewan Pearson: Strong all round - the straight-up party bounce of Pulp Fiction is probably the one for me.

    Mosca: First time I’ve given 5 stars to a fatdrop promo! Will definitely run Pulp Fiction, Back Down, New In Town, and if u have an instru of Morning Love I will run that as well.

    Kiki: Like this very much! Difficult to pick a fave, probably a tough choice between “back down” & “new in town”… or maybe “pray for peace”…

    Martin Dawson: Pulp Fiction is great!

    CatznDogs: WOW !! A BOMB again ! /greg

    Joe Goddard/Hot Chip: All good! Joe

    Munk: Nice EP! Pulp Fiction is really cool.

    Alex Barck/Jazzanova: There is something about this EP. Will find out while playing it.

    Philip Sherburne: “Pray for Peace” is nice — digging those kalimba-like textures. I also like the foggy vibes of “Back Down.”

    David Keno: Nice release! New in Town is the one for me.

    Homework: Going all Woody Allen over Morning Love!

    Huxley: All solid tracks. Will play.

    Tom Flynn: Joyce never fails! Love her stuff! Pray for Peace is awesome! Thank you. Full support!

    Emerson Todd: Very nice stufff .. really well done.

    Sound Pellegrino: Very cool stuff.

    Okain: Great great great!

    Tim Paris: Cool track with Louie Austen!

    Feadz: Very usefull tracks out there.

    Drums of Death: Really nice stuff. Deep and so much soul. Great productions.

    Bag Raiders: Great package. Big Joyce fan!!!

    Rampa: New in town for prof dr med rampa. Clap Clap.

    Coat of Arms: Love Morning Love, So Good & Back Down, Will Be Playing. Joyce Is On Fire As Always, Someone Get The Ice Bucket xxx

    Released by: Exploited
    Release date: Sep 26, 2011

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