Three of New Zealand's BIGGEST House DJ/Producers come together for this NZ house music collaboration. Jolyon Petch, Sam Hill & General Lee.
Jolyon & Lee produced the first epic Auckland House Authority anthem which has been supported by all the big funky house DJ's & producers.
Checkout the reactions & feedback from everyone.
Producers: Jolyon Petch, Leigh Dolbear
Guitar: Riqi Hadfield Harawira
Sax: Lewis McCullam
Keys: Jolyon Petch
Special Thanks to James Wiltshire of the Freemasons
TAHA - THE MUSIC 2009.
2009 looks like a huge year for New Zealander Jolyon Petch. One of the rising producer Dj stars in the world he teams up with kiwi General Lee to provide a peak time party monster that is sure to fill the dancefloor this summer.. Uplifting funky house music at it's best. This tune oozes sexy summer goodness and leans towards a slight Junior Jack bassline with a bit of an edge..
Given huge praise by James Wiltshire of ther Freemasons - "Just heard "The Music" first track I've heard this year and it's just put a huge smile on my face - well done mate - simply brilliant - keep it up - you're gonna have a killer year with tracks like this ... and basslines like that!"
"The boys from down under come up trumps once again with a timely update of the defected classic...full support from the Soul Avengerz"
TIMMY VEGAS (SOUL CENTRAL)
"Classic feel good sample with pumping bass line for the main rooms"
Yeah love the track, it's gonna smash it! Sounding good son!!
JASON HERD (HERD N' FITZ)
"Sounds great, very basstoy. Will definitely play in my funkier sets."
JON FITZ (HERD N' FITZ / BODYROCKERS)
Lovin it! Great track! Love the feel & an absolute stormer. Gets my backing & will sure be in my sets everytime...
Created by one of house music brightest new stars, New Zealander Jolyon Petch, whose recent remix of the Freemasons elevating him into the big boy league. On this update of the old Phunkie Souls disco-house nugget, ‘Tha Music’ (actually based on samples lifted from ‘Don’t Need No Music’ by TJM featuring vocals by Ron Tyson) the antipodean revisits the hedonist late-’90s, with considerable aplomb – little wonder the likes of the Freemasons, Solitaire and Soul Avengerz are already championing this retro delight. M8/M8
One of house music brightest new stars shows why he's now in the major leagues. This update of the old Phunkie Souls disco-house nugget is a terrific retro delight and DJ essential
"what a tune! A phat slice of chunky jackin' house. In the box for sure"