Transport Recordings’ label don DJ MFR presents “Eternal,” a striking slice of contemporary disco with a pronounced classic house music feel. DJ MFR has been busy, with his prolific Transport label, a busy international DJ schedule, his West Coast Excursion mix series (now up to its sixth volume), and the New Mondo project with Vincent Kwok. In the midst of all this he’s found the time to reveal “Eternal,” a track confidently mixing deep and tech-house sounds, infusing them with uplifting, retro house music touches, and featuring additional keys from regular collaborator Pranell O’Neil. Two main versions come into play, the original and the Tribute Mix, with the latter featuring a bold bass line that does its best to “take it back.”There are Stripped versions of both mixes also in the package allowing DJs different options and flavors for different times of the night. Another sure-fire winner from Transport Recordings and DJ MFR … dig in.
Jimpster - “Very nice vibe on the Tribute Stripped Mix. I will definitely be giving that one some spins.”
Leo Portela - “Excellent composition, Italo style!”
Jay West - “Digging this!”
Alex Dimitri South Soul - “Old school vibes here … nice one!”
DJ Rocca (Ajello) - “I like the Larry Levan feel on the Tribute mixes.”
Demarkus Lewis - “Cool tune!”
Roberto De Carlo (Purple Music) - “Hot one! Will play this for sure.”
Christos Kedras (Kapa Music) - “Nice package. I’m feeling the space-disco vibe. The original is my pick … loving the bass line!”
Henri Kohn (Conya / Clubstar) - “Solid stuff here.”
Michael Fossati (Spirit Of House) - “An uber-cool deep house production oozing with gorgeous melodies and thrilling rhythms. The old-skool inspired Tribute Mix is a sure-fire floor anthem.”
Russell Deeks (This Is Why We Dance) - “Quality deep grooves but then we expect no less from Transport!”
Additional support from Jask, Random Soul, Graeme Park, Master Kev, Marques Wyatt, Gene Hunt, Robert Owens, Nick Holder, Daz-I-Kue, Pete Moss, EMan, Hippie Torrales, and Dave Mayer.