Review: Eddie Matos – NY Tags EP / NY Trip EP

Review: Eddie Matos – NY Tags EP / NY Trip EP

NY Tags EP / NY Trip EP is another one of Eddie Matos’ deep house EPs that somehow got overlooked by house heads. The sounds of jazz fusion and deep house meet each other on this EP. Eddie Matos ‎– NY Tags EP / NY Trip EP was released as a 12” inch vinyl single and digital download in 2002 on the San Diego based label Vista Recordings.

The sounds of jazz fusion and deep house meet each other on Keep On. Notice the tribal beats, house sounds, thick bass, guitars, and electric pianos. Some of the instrumentation is distorted due to the number of instruments used on the song. For example, the tribal beats and thick bass overlap a saxophone which is playing quietly in the background. Eddie Matos is known for using several instruments and multiple layers of instrumentation on his songs.

Free is a deep house song lacked with ultra-thick heavy bass and tribal beats. The song uses several vocals samples from many different songs. Deep house at its finest right here.

Jeff Craven served as executive producer on Toby’s Groove while Eddie Matos arranged the instrumentation. Of course the song is going to be absolutely brilliant and wonderful if Eddie Matos produced it. Toby’s Groove uses a George Benson-esque jazz sample. Toby’s Groove is similar to Lil Louis – Do U Luv Me due to the up beat nature.

I rate this EP 5/5*****!!

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