The Rhythm Chamber

The Rhythm Chamber

Various Artists Mixed by Stryke


If I didn’t know that some of these tracks have been in rotation for “quite some time,” I’d be the first to flick the switch on my blacklight and lava lamp, bust out the inhaler, and juggle those glowsticks. Even though, this mix should make every body in the house want to get their groove on. Our boy from So. Fla. maybe a bit self indulgent, two of his own tracks although Jon The Dentist’s remix of “Acid Musique” was the only way to close out this mini set, I shouldn’t complain at all. DJ Scott’s “Y (How Deep Is Your Love)” and the ancient Brainvibe “It’s Hot” are floorfillers, or at least they were the last time I ventured out. It’s a great collection of music but I’m really lookin’ for the long ass mix to get me off. Still, the music is vital. C & S Records, 122 E. 25th Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10010

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