FLAP012: Corduroy Mavericks – “Hot Off The Griddle”
Have you ever been to Kentucky? Well neither has Flapjack Records, until now that is…I am proud to present bourbon country’s finest brewmeisters the Corduroy Mavericks. These fine corn fed gentlemen got up quite early but stayed up genuinely late to bring us their new creation, a case of assorted bottles entitled “Hot Off The Griddle EP”.
In this box of which I hope lands in your box so to speak is a fine specimen known as “Good Thang”. Tingly rich on the tongue with its chunky beats, it goes down smooth over its deep groove and unmistakably recognizable vocal a la De La Soul and Chaka Khan. Don’t be fooled by imposter brands, as nothing rocks the floor quite like a sip of this “Good Thang”.
The “Break A Dawn” bottle is deep amber color and slightly smoky, oaky taste is a classic among the Flapjack Records repertoire and re-mastered to premium quality for the “Hot Off The Griddle EP”. Nothing better than reviving a classic Corduroy Maverick jam and getting drunk with an old friend. This tune is well complimented by a fine cigar.
“Lean Cuisine” is a fine bottle made of at least 51% grain mash, but remains 100% a smooth dance floor jam. With hints of rich mahogany, smooth saxophone, and a walking bass line, this smooth Kentucky jazz joint kicks up the dust in the dance hall. Reminiscent of the smoother tastes of the Midland UK house grooves, this tune satisfies a worldly thirst with its stateside bottling.
The last bottle is a pungent but satisfying “Open Your Eyes” which features C-Roc’s spicy saxophone swirls. There is a little bit of a Latin flavor happening in this bottle of business which is a bit far-fetched for Kentucky bourbon, but you’ve got to take things to a different level when you are knee deep in a brew vat, have to piss like a race horse, and you can’t get your rubber pants off. Don’t let that deter you from the tracks unique flavor and the overall dance floor appeal of the “Hot Off The Griddle EP” brought to you by Kentucky’s finest, the Corduroy Mavericks.