DJ MFR feat. Morrisson - More (Transport Recordings)

Transport Recordings’ very own DJ MFR presents “More,” his new collaboration with singer Morrisson, a seasoned San Francisco vocalist who has collaborated on many Transport singles over the years. The original evokes an early ’90s classic house style with an M1 organ, a dance floor ready bass riff, shuffling hats, and nice rhythmic key stabs - but it’s the buoyant accompanying bass notes and soulful vocals that really set the track apart. Next up, Mozak’s Dub Mix marks the production debut of San Francisco newcomer Mozak. The vocals are teased out, the bass goes under, keys come to the melodic forefront, and springy synth notes bounce into play. For DJs seeking a sparser treatment, the single includes also two instrumental mixes.

Abicah Soul - “I love it.”
Ralf GUM (GOGO Music) - “Nice tune.”
Marques Wyatt - “Tight.”
Deli G (Future Sound of House) - “Top, classic MFR … all mixes are rocking.”
DJ Craig C (Pound Boys / Peace Bisquit) - “I’m digging the box on this one.”
Joey Silvero (Distant People) - “I like the mood on the Mozak Dub. A subtle, building feel and retro sound.”
Dean Serafini (JJazproJect) - “Another high quality release. I’m a real fan of Morrisson’s vocals. Mozak’s dub is reminiscent of some early MK material and right up my street!”
Mason Rothert (Below Zero Radio Show) - “Well done … a great vocal by one of the best.”
Ben Doren (2nd Sunday) - “The Mozak Dub … that’s hot! Deep groovy tech house with a nice old school Chicago synth, ’90s style … nice!”
DJ Danila (Wazzup? Records) - “Massive tracks!”
DJ Nova (Rodon FM, Greece) - “I always like Tranport’s releases with Morrisson on vocals. The original is a mixture of classic west coast house with an early ’90s sound. The Mozak remix recalls the Basement Boys with its richer version.”
Alan Powell (The Midnight Mix) - “It feels like I’m back in 1993. I’m loving the throbbing bass line, and there’s just enough keys in the dub to make it a fab DJ tool.”
Michael Fossati (Spirit of House) - “A wicked, old school inspired dance floor gem.”

Available now from Beatport and Traxsource.