David has taken the skills honed over a decade of playing Bay Area nightclubs such as the legendary Tilt and the Sound Factory and applied them to creating a deep house mix of artists from the Loveslap label along with some special guests. The album quickly kicks into funky high gear with "Gimme That Music" from Alma Horton and finally lets you go sixteen tracks later with Blaze's "Found Love."
In between, you get tracks from the infamous DJ Spinna (cutting up Goapel's "Closer"), Kenny Bobien on Ruben Mancias & Craig C's "Share" and David's own Taboo mix of Franky Bossy's "Black Music." Mr. Harness also makes an appearance with Charles Spencer on two of the album's juicier cuts, "Breezy's Groove" and "Tribal Stomp" and Charles checks in solo on the short but sweet "Even Now." If you can't make it to San Francisco any time soon (or even if you can), give your butt a little Loveslap - that thing's not just for sitting on, you know.