Bath’s dirtiest band of ragamuffin funk bandits, The Snugs emerge from their caves once again with a follow up to the huge “Strugglin” single of last year. Having won the hearts and minds of the funk community, as well as receiving huge support from Mark Lamarr, Andy Smith, The Unabombers, Dr Rubberfunk and others, this time they opt for a more reggae inspired twist on the new funk sound. With the songwriting skills of a certain Mr Swaby, who is also finding fame as the vocalist for Ninja Tune’s funk/rock outfit The Heavy, alongside sugar sweet vocasl from west country starlet Hannah Collins, this tune already has ‘classic’ written all over it. A bumping hip hop skank, a dash of Studio One horns and a biddy bassline to keep em rocking til the early morn.
Over on the flip is a JA style dub version, in keeping with the rudimentarily authentic artwork, courtesy of Australian designer Kano (responsible for a lot of Freestyle artwork).