Brooklyn trio Tortured Soul are certainly respected musicians who bring great live performances across the world, highlighting a "retro disco meets soulful house" fusion on dance-floors everywhere. Having played in some of the best venues in the world and continuing to expand this sound, they certainly live up to the hype as some of the best musicians to bring this sound to the stage. With a new album on the way, Tortured Soul's 'Undercover Remixes' showcases a wealth of talent and great music.
Starting with 'I Might Do Something Wrong', it brings the fantastic N'Dea Davenport back from the vocals of The Brand New Heavies and certainly shows she's still got it! 'I Know What's On Your Mind' brings together Tortured Soul and upcoming South African star Black Coffee with a fantastic remix from the band's keyboardist Ethan White. Japanese producer Makoto does a makeover of 'Dirty', a great uplifting house tune. Also featured are 'You Found A Way' (Fred Everything Mix), 'Enjoy It Now' (Eric Kupper Remix) and a super mix of 'Fall In Love' (Eric Kupper Remix).
All in all, this is a fantastic album sampler and 'Undercover Remixes' has class, soul and genuine feel-good vibes. There's no doubt this trio have soul and passion, bringing heart and emotion as well as integrity and sophisticated production into the mix.
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