We are delighted to welcome Chicago legend Mike Dunn into the prestigious list of House Masters with his incredible compilation, following the runaway success of the recent 'My House From All Angles' remix EP. Charting Mike’s impressive career that spans over three decades, this 40-track collection features classics from Mike’s catalogue alongside newer hits from the Windy City native, while exploring the aliases that made him a hero of the underground like MD X-Spress, MD III and The Jass Man.
With his unmistakable voice forming the hook of many of house music’s best loved records, his dynamic use of the spoken word landed him right at the frontier of hip-house. Shifting moods throughout his vast and ranging catalogue, navigating from jacking acid, to classic techno, right through to soulful brooding house and groovy US garage, Mike’s ever-intuitive production makes him a recognised authority on quality dance music.
“I’m extremely happy and grateful to be releasing all my work spanning over my thirty-year career in House under one umbrella. I never in my wildest thought I would have my own House Masters. I guess I’ve Dunn something right in my music life.” – Mike Dunn
Highlights from the compilation include some of Mike’s best-known hits like dancefloor weapon ‘God Made Me Phunky’, the gloriously salacious ‘Phreaky MF’ and late 80s classic ‘Face The Nation’. Also exploring the more underground elements of his catalogue like the funk-fuelled 1995 ‘Oh Midnight’ and bubbling, sunshine soaked ‘Work Da Groove’ (produced under his and Gershon Jackson’s Sonic Boom Society alias) this House Masters compilation represents the depth and breadth of Mike’s colossal catalogue. Whether you’re a dedicated follower of his thirty-year career or dipping your toes into his discography for the first time, this curated selection of his finest moments is the definitive collection.