Single Of The Week: Fuminori Kagajo / Sheree Hicks – No Place Like Home (Original Mix)(Makin Moves)
There’s certainly no place like home (with the beloved). And even more during the festive period! It is to say how this delicate jam seems like the ideal soundtrack for the occasion. Chicago-based songstress Sheree Hicks has therefore never seemed so vibrant.
No offense to Wipe The Needle who did a good job on his remix, our preference nevertheless goes to the original version. A smooth bass-driven jazzy jam with lush keys courtesy of Takuto Kudo. Meanwhile, Yasunori Sugo pretty much enlightens the whole with his trumpet parts.
Here we go with another piece of music most likely destined to survive the test of time. But also to get a place in our 10 essential 2016 gems list. How about yours??? We welcome your feedback…
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Hailing from Sapporo, Japan, Fuminori Kagajo started DJing back in 1996. Eventually supporting big names such as
Frankie Knuckles, Ian Pooley, Fabio & Grooverider and many more in his home town.
His musicial influences range from 70’s Funk, Jazz and Fusion to early House from New York, Chicago and Detroit. As many vibes one, no surprisingly, feel in his already impressive discography. Under his own banner or via collaborations.
One can find traces of him on labels such as King Street, Nite Grooves, Fatsouls and Trippin Records to name but a very few. His most recent releases to date including ‘Angel’ along with Selina Campbell on Clubbers Culture. And ‘Can’t Stop This Feeling’ featuring Tracy Hamlin on Quantize Recordings.