GVM006: Sean McCabe & Mr V – It Can Be

It could be on the East, it could be on the West; it could be in Europe, or it could be in Asia. Today, house music is a global phenomenon that has connected with all different kinds of people from different backgrounds, bringing so many shades of music into one form of expression.

With spoken words performed by Mr. V, ‘It Can Be’ encapsulates what it is that defines house music in current times. Riding over McCabe’s trademark dubby sound, Sean takes each mix in slightly different directions with the deeper atmospheric East Mix or the classic hard-kick swinging West Mix. Whichever way you go, both mixes are designed with the sole purpose of getting bodies moving.

Growing up in the 1980’s in New York City, the open-minded Mr. V was heavily influenced by House, Hip-Hop, Latin, Garage and Disco classics, Rhythm & Blues and Jazz. As a result his sound is like taking a trip back in time to dance music’s golden age.

In his own words, it didn’t matter what race or sexual orientation you came from because dance music was all about embracing our differences and creating a homogeneous vibe. The music was built heavily on lots of heart and soul. DJs played whatever it took to get the party going and the music was never predictable.

It is with this classic spirit and enthusiasm that Mr. V targets today’s dance music world.

Buy now at Traxsource

Credits

Written by Sean McCabe and Victor Font
Lyrics and Vocals by Victor Font
Drums, Keys and Bass by Sean McCabe
Trumpet by Gethin Liddington (Recorded at Mountain Studios)
Produced and Mixed by Sean McCabe
Mastered by Clinton Mccreery
Published by Copyright Control, Victor Font (ASCAP), Fontastic Sounds (ASCAP).

For Licensing enquiries please email: enquiries@goodvibrationsmusic.co.uk

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