JEM STONE .uk
Plump DJs are arguably the wickedest confection to have oozed out from that veritable sweet-trolley-of-breaks imprint, Finger Lickin’ Records, and exactly a decade ago their super sized Eddie Bo-sampling platter "Funk Hits The Fan" not only did what it said on the menu, it sprayed across the dining room so damn hard it’s going to take another ten years and some serious pressure-steaming to get that sticky funk out.
And on this special anniversary who better to serve up a fresh, new, completely unofficial-but-irresistible slice of 10th birthday cake than Finger Lickin’ co-founder (and the label’s second-naughtiest act, Soul of Man) Jem Panufnik, aka Jem Stone?!
Stirring in a handful of wickedly rich and downright indulgent ingredients, Jem turns the oven down to 115 and serves up a deliciously deep, moist and fluffy gateaux-disco chugger with which the older, wiser (and almost definitely plumper) Lick fans will find plenty to stuff their fat faces, whilst the ones too young to worry about their figure can gorge on its sweet guitar licks and creamy bass with wild, careless abandon. If it ain’t good for ya, it’s good for ya, as the song famously goes.
Artist: Jem Stone vs. Plump DJs
Title: Flunk Hits The Flan
Label: Jem Stone Bandcamp
01. Flunk Hits The Flan 07:09
02. Flunk Hits The Dub 06:03
Download It Here (Bandcamp)