SlothBoogie Guestmix #035 – James Fox

Time for another little addition to the guestmix series and we’ve got Bristol based lad James Fox on the house hotline. We first found out about James thanks to his tasty 2 step bootleg called New Jack Swing on Well Rounded Housing Project back in 2011 and kept up with him ever since. Fast forward to the end of 2013 and after a whole tonne of new material he’s just finished off a release for Needwant with his Holding On tracks.
We’ve always been into James’ tracks and his mix selections so its a pleasure to welcome him aboard.
Get stuck into his housey mix below…

James Fox – Holding On (Medlar Remix)


Sneaking in some sunny happy good time vibes before it all gets a bit musically cold and gloomy is James Fox’s new Holding On track on Needwant. Coming in 2 versions, a more pumping NYC mix and a sexier laidback Slow Jam mix, its hopefully going to get a lot of ears happy out there. If that wasn’t enough though then Medlar’s two version should also cause a lot of aural pleasure as he does what he does best and gives it a tougher house edge. All coming on the 9th December.
Pre-order on the Needwant webshop.
Catch James Fox and friends Behling & Simpson at Basing House on 17th January.

EXCLUSIVE: Years & Years – I Wish I Knew (James Fox remix)

We’re big fans of Londoner James Fox and his Garage/2 step vibes so we’re very happy to unveil his latest remix of hot London 5 piece Years & Years with their new track “I Wish I Knew”.
In typical James Fox style he’s married the blissful vocals from the original and infused them with some deep garagey influences that almost make you think it was all taken from some lost R’n’B track.

Check the smile inducing original version’s video at the bottom of the post and grab the whole package on October 3rd on Good Bait:

If you want more James Fox… get involved in his latest Mix that was Mixmag’s Mix of the Week below:

Manni Dee – Shifting (James Fox Remix)

James Fox turns in a lovely laidback soulful house remix of Manni Dee’s Shifting for the Brighton based Hit and Hope label. An absolute winner in our book for the deep house heads who also like that bassline garage flavour… out on September 3rd.