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Mike Dunn announces new album

It'll be the Chi-town veteran's first long-player in 17 years

2017 Sep 11     
2 Bit Thugs

'My House From All Angles' is out on MoreAboutMusic on 1 December

Chicago house legend Mike Dunn - perhaps best known for 1994 club anthem God Made Me Phunky (as MD X-Spress) - is to release his first long-player since his 1990 debut Free Your Mind. Entitled My House From All Angles, the album's out on MoreAboutMusic Records on 1 December and we're told to expect "deep stroboscopic acid, booty jackers, hip house and groovy US house/garage".

A native of Englewood, Chicago, Dunn DJ'd alongside the likes of Ron Hardy, Larry Heard and Armando in house music's earliest days, his DJ sets often closer to live performances thanks to his extensive use of drum machines and tape loops. He made his production debut with Dance You Mutha on Westbrook Records in 1987 and has released a constant stream of singles and EPs ever since, though Free Your Mind remains his only album released to date.

The tracklist for the album is as follows:

Acid Rush
Body Music
Coal Mine
DJ Beat That Shhh
Have It 4U Babe
Move It, Work It
The Frontier
The Wake-Up Call
You R
Phreaky MF*
This Beat*
If I Can't Get Down*

*Digital release only

Pic: Jos Kottmann

My House From All Angles is out on MoreAboutMusic on 1 December





Tags: Mike Dunn, MD X-Spress, house, Chicago, MoreAboutMusic Records