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The second release from John Power’s Body Work imprint has come out today, and it’s taken the form of a dichotomous EP from Detroit’s Waze & Odyssey — taking influences from House and Garage music that tantalizes and interests. The EP features three original tracks from the duo; all of which teeter perfectly between sexy House loaded with saxophone riffs and sultry female vocals, and the snappy, percussive sounds of NY Garage. Big ups Body Work. Keep the good ones coming…

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You might remember hearing about London’s CSY & Stripes around the holidays when we showed our full support for the debut Footsie EP on John Power‘s new Body Work imprint, which happened to be released yesterday. I’m happy to say that the guys are back in action with a new Detboi remix as well as an hour long February mix containing some fantastic House/Garage crossover productions — both are free to download.

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I’m sure most of you have never heard of the Body Work label, mostly because it hasn’t issued its debut release yet. But this will all change on February 6th of the new year when CSY & Stripes will release BODYWORK001 — the Footsie EP. With A&R for Body Work being handled by John Power of Your Army, I can venture to assume that we will see many fantastic releases from the imprint in 2012. BODYWORK001 features a two-track bundle of love hatched from House and Garage, with plenty of solid bassline to go around. Body Work and CSY & Stripes. Seriously, watch out.

CSY & Stripes – Footsie (sample clip) by Body Work

CSY & Stripes – Speak Easy (sample clip) by Body Work