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Suco Edits Vol 2
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Cat: SUC 002. Rel: 26 Sep 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Cave Clan (5:27)
  2. Don't Run We Are Your Friends (4:14)
Review: Coming through utterly correct, as per usual, Francis Inferno Orchestra aka Bjorn This Way spearheads the second release of the Superconscious Records imprint. This is some straight up edit goodness, and the very best of its kind. Think of it in terms of being the Rolls Royce of current nu-disco. But the thing is, this gear goes way beyond disco and lands into some pretty surprising, gloriously obscure territories. "Cave Clan" for instance, is more of an electro-meets-EDM banger than anything disco related, and if we really have to go into specifics on this tight little banger, it reminds us of the Golden Teacher output from the Optimo Camp - a stone-cold killer. The B-side ain't too shabby either, where a looming, heavy bassline catapults us into a dark and mysterious groove with a devilish percussion. An absolute tip - warmly recommended!
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It's Getting Better
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It's Getting Better (12" + insert)
Cat: SCR 007. Rel: 10 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. It's Getting Better (5:33)
  2. Bass Dreams (7:21)
  3. Saturday Again (7:42)
Rhythm Algorithm
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Rhythm Algorithm (12" 再プレス)
Cat: SCR 006. Rel: 10 Jul 17
Deep House
  1. Rhythm Algorithm (8:23)
  2. Trance Sexual (6:47)
  3. Fittin' & Turnin' (All Day) (5:41)
Review: While Fantastic Man's material has been in and out of our shelves since 2011, it was this year's LP for Paris' Antinote that really grabbed our attention. "Rhythm Algorithm" for Superconscious follows a similarly wacked-out vision of house, and the title track itself is a stunning bullet made of ricocheting percussion and spectral melodies. "Trance Sexual" is a bumping, Chicago-leaning house banger that'll mix like perfection into just about anything, whereas "Fittin' & Turnin' (All Day)" is deconstructed by comparison, a hypnotic and highly frenetic sort of house jacker that rings and twists frantically from start to finish. Class.
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Where Will You Be Spending Eternity?
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  1. Kalamari Desert (3:33)
  2. Harmony (5:14)
  3. Kamakama (7:26)
  4. Kamakama (Sleep D Mycellium mixx) (6:32)
Review: Francis Inferno Orchestra, known to his close friends and Griffin James, is one of Melbourne's finest house producers, and this guy is repping Oz hard, alongside the lies of Dro Carey and the Butter Sessions crew. He returns to Superconscious with "Kalamari Desert" and "Harmony" on side A of the plate; the former is a dreamy, broken remnant of a house tune, while the latter chugs forwards with wholesome drum programming and angelic melodies. On the B-side, "Kamakama" produces the first hint of something more moody, a little darker and more evil thanks to those gargling stutter basslines; Butter Sessions resident Sleep D provides the remix action, and comes through with flying colours after an injection of something a little funkier into the mix,
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Trail To Life Goes Up
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Trail To Life Goes Up (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SCR 003. Rel: 15 Feb 16
Deep House
  1. Polyphonic Spree (7:56)
  2. Glow On (8:20)
  3. Munk Funk (5:45)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Mount Liberation Unlimited's debut 12" on Junk Yard Connections, Astro Travelling Life, has become one of the most in-demand deep house releases of 2014. A year on, they finally deliver a follow-up, this time on Superconscious Records. All three tracks primarily succeed due to their blend of rough analogue elements - crusty drum machine hits, tape hiss, and so on - and the kind of dreamy, stargazing chords and melodies that have always been a hall mark of classic deep house. It's the Detroit techno influenced "Polyphonic Spree" - all cymbal-heavy shuffle, stretched-out chords and funky synthesizers - that arguably stands out, though it's a tough call given the high quality threshold throughout.
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