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BAH 048 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BAH 048. Rel: 11 Feb 19
  1. You (& You) (6:37)
  2. Dolphin Dub (5:02)
  3. Francois Energie (7:43)
  4. Eastrumental (4:59)
Review: So wir exist wit the bruderz aus der midi-East.

You (& You) ze Cosmic jumpers.

Dub de Dolphin groove.

Francois iz de secret energie.

Ze klassisch Eastrumental mit kick.

Hier mit love !!








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  1. The Funk District - "The Funky Joint" (7:40)
  2. Oldchap - "To The Top" (5:20)
  3. Dr Packer - "Your Big Chance" (5:47)
  4. Hotmood - "Raw Dance" (6:08)
Review: Masterworks Music mastermind 80's Child unleashes the third volume of his Masterworks compilations. This is a two-part vinyl release with the first part featuring The Funk District hailing from Cancun, who kicks off the A side with "The Funky Joint". He gets a good ol' time shuffle going before handing it over to Parisian Oldchap for a proper low-slung boogie in the form of "To The Top". On the flip, Godfather of the western Australian dance scene Dr. Packer gets down with a wicked edit on the late night sexiness of "Your Big Chance" and fellow Mexican Hotmood goes out on a high note with smokin' hot vocal number "Raw Dance".
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Cat: AND 010. Rel: 28 Aug 19
  1. Disco Mondo (5:06)
  2. In The City (6:18)
Review: It's been four years since A&R Edits ceased releasing music after serving up nine essential EPs between 2013 and 2015. This return to action has been masterminded by Merseyside scalpel fiends Greg Wilson ("GW") and Henry Greenwood, whose fine revision of Neneh Cherry's "Buffalo Stance" kick-started the imprint six years ago. A-side "Disco Mondo" is a rolling revision of a lesser-known breathy disco jam of (we think) Italian origin. It boasts a metronomic groove, wah-wah guitars, elongated organ chords, congas for days and a few well-placed swirling electronic effects. Over on side B, "In The City" is a dreamy chunk of mid-tempo, Italo-disco influenced synth-pop.
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Played by: FINGERMAN, Osmose, BRENDON P
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Cat: AS 756814P. Rel: 28 Jun 17
  1. Stars In Your Eyes (Special Disco remix) (11:14)
  2. Saturday Night (Special Disco remix) (7:04)
Review: Two out-and-out rarities from Hancock's Columbia-era output. Strictly the sole preserve of DJ promo back in 79/80, the clue is in the title 'special' disco remixes. Smooth, soulful and arranged with such style, every element of Herbie's essential ingredients is brought to the fore in its own time with its own space. "Stars In Your Eyes" swoons with a soulful ballad feel while "Saturday Night" pumps and jumps with party-pulling allure. Simply essential.
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HAND 05 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: HAND 005. Rel: 09 Jul 19
  1. 123 (6:07)
  2. 120 (5:28)
  3. 125 (6:14)
  4. 0 (2:12)
Review: The Have A Nice Day edit crew return with another edition of their so-far sold-out and still anonymous series of craftily reimagined and wryly dug dancefloor jams. "123" takes the lead with a big Cuban twist; all loopy percussion before the big horns kick in. "120 takes a different route as we're thrilled to hear a heavily dubbed and darked out classic. Flip for more head-turners as "125" goes all out experimental boogie while "0" follows the same trippy spoken word saga as previous releases, this time offering some vital advice on personal jewellery. Tight!
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Played by: Eddie C
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MIS 001 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MIS 001. Rel: 09 Apr 18
  1. Heaven
  2. Girl
  3. You
Review: Manchester producer Andy Hanley has had one previous outing on Ruf Kutz but now he's adopted the Haners alias to kick off the Misadventures label with an assured grip of warm, discoid funk shot through with a healthy dose of 80s production finish. "Heaven" is definitely the most dancefloor ready track - a shimmering slice of laid back disco house with plenty of hooks and a dreamy, slightly dubbed out atmosphere. "Girl" is more audacious, slowing the tempo right down and riding on a brittle beat and a heavily reverbed dose of island boogie. "You" keeps things slow and easy for the gentle part of the night - a consummate smooth groover.




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Magic Wand Special Editions Vol 2 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MWSE 002. Rel: 08 Oct 18
  1. Tied Up (Hanners edit)
  2. Happy Together (Hanners edit)
  3. Lucky Number (Hanners edit)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Having previously contributed to the Ruf Kutz series, Manchester-based editor extraordinaire Andi Hanley lands on Magic Wand with some off-grid treatments seriously worthy of your attention. First up on the A side is "Tied Up (Hanners edit)," which locks into a snaking, submerged and deliciously tense Afro work out for show-stopping dancefloor drama. "Happy Together" is much smoother by comparison, all laid back island boogie with cheery synth strings and ample bass sleaze to keep you warm at night. "Lucky Number" is a peppier 70s flavoured strutter that teases its ingredients out over a sustained set of riffs.
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Cat: CLICHE 034. Rel: 21 Jun 11
  1. Box Of Box
  2. Box Of Box (Populette remix)
  3. Dysfunction
  4. Dysfunction (Toby Tobias Mainline mix)
Review: Attention Vegetarian vinyl consumers - approach this excellent introduction to the I'm A Cliche canon proper from Hannulelauri with caution if the sight of bare meat causes your constitution consternation. Raw steak on the cover art aside, there's little other reason not to indulge in this brilliantly oddball take on house music from the Finnish duo. Opening track "Box To Box" splays a cheeky acid stab lead over rusted percussion steeped in off kilter rhythms, whilst deep in the machine what sounds like an elephant tries to play along in time - it's a wonderfully tongue in cheek riposte to po faced music everywhere. The accompanying remix from Throne Of Blood duo Populette does a sterling job of realigning the track to burning deep house bump that's a perfect fit for the midnight hour. On the flip the title track "Dysfunction" straddles a lysergic house pump that will prove potent in the right atmosphere, whilst Toby Tobias embellishes the track with some soulful excess via diva warbling and hand claps.
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Cat: ATH 040. Rel: 23 Feb 17
  1. Since I Was A Little Girl (3:33)
  2. Straight Talk (3:28)
Review: For their latest dive into the depths of funk history, Athens of the North travels back to 1978 and the debut of John Hawes and Velma Bunch's obscure Hard Drivers project. The record initially appeared on Hawes' own short-lived imprint, and his since become a sought after 7" amongst serious collectors. "Since I Was A Little Girl" is a disco-era funk gem, with guest singer Vivian Lee providing a brilliantly confident vocal to compliment Hawes and Bunch's driving, horn-heavy backing track. On the flip you'll find original B-side "Straight Talk", a touching torch song full of harmony backing vocals, impassioned builds, and lyrics capable of melting even the stoniest of hearts.
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RDY #42 (12")
Rdy
Cat: RDY 42. Rel: 21 Nov 17
  1. Mass Production - "Welcome To Our World (Of Merry Music)" (7:31)
  2. Ron Hardy - "Cosmic Lady" (5:34)
  3. Willie Hutch - "Foxy Lady" (4:01)
Review: The Ron Hardy edits and specials just keep on flowing. Here the theme is kept vibrant and wholly focused on disco funk feels as we're treated to three extensions from the late 70s; Mass Production's debut from 76 "Welcome To Our World" is a warm and energetic cut that digs right into the heart of the dance, Tony Silvester's "Cosmic Lady" is taken up a gear with full attention on the instrumental sections while Willie Hutch's "Foxy Lady" retains full smoke and allure. Hardy knew how to pick them.
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Cat: SB 7022. Rel: 05 Apr 16
  1. Am I Cold Am I Hot (short version) (3:12)
  2. Am I Cold Am I Hot (long version) (5:09)
Review: London's Soul Brother unit has been out of the picture for a little while, but you can always rest assured that the mythical Putney-based shop will come up with some solid reissue goodness. This time, the gold comes through a resurrection of Bill Harris' material, a legendary jazz trombonist who started his trade way back in the late 1950's. There's two versions of "Am I Hot Am I Cold" here, a short version for the dance, and a long version that delves deeper into the percussion, goes heavier on the drum breaks and lifts the track to higher grounds thanks to those prophetic vocals. A certified jazz-funk monster.
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Hey Benji (Prins Thomas remix) (limited 140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GOP 003. Rel: 23 Jan 17
  1. Hey Benji (5:52)
  2. Hey Benji (Prins Thomas remix) (10:10)
Review: Gop Tun are a Brazilian label and party crew operating out of Sao Paulo, and they stride into their third release with a pair of tracks that are likely to establish them on the map even more than they are already. This is the second outing for Hatchets on the label, and "Hey Benji" makes for a perfect encapsulation of the Gop Tun sound with its warm, organic sound palette, slinky disco structure and traditional Latin elements. Prins Thomas meanwhile pushes the track into a whole other realm for his remix, creating a hard-edged, heavy-grooving remix that promises all kinds of psychedelic abandon on the dancefloor.
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Martin Hayes Edits Pt 2 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: RNT 033. Rel: 07 Feb 18
  1. Easy Come Easy Go (6:13)
  2. Tiff (3:50)
  3. Turn You On (5:31)
  4. Love Shine (5:08)
Review: Two years on from his first appearance on Brooklyn's finest re-edit imprint, Martin Hayes returns with a second salvo of DJ-friendly disco revisions. The Leipzig producer goes for the jugular from the start, delivering a slightly straightened-out, house-friendly tweak of a celebratory disco gem on boisterous opener "Easy Come Easy Go", before serving up a sizeable edit of a slo-mo orchestral disco groover ("Tiff"). He returns to peak-time pastures via EP highlight "Turn You On", a wickedly up-tempo anthem built around razor-sharp strings, jaunty piano riffs, bustling beats and a seriously good "walking" bassline. To round things off, Hayes delivers "Love Shine", a far warmer and groovier concoction blessed with breezy piano riffs, extended percussion breaks and incessant vocal snippets.
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Martin Hayes Edits (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: RNT 015. Rel: 17 Feb 16
  1. Get On Down (6:00)
  2. Make Me Dance (5:14)
  3. Tight Spot (5:37)
  4. Ol' Funky Music (5:44)
Review: Like many producers, Martin Hayes has built his career on the twin pursuits of original, sample-heavy house production and floor-friendly re-edits. This 12" sees him reaching for the scalpel once more, delivering a quartet of killer cut-jobs for Brooklyn's mighty Razor 'N' Tape. He begins with the rubbery bass, punchy horns and sweaty disco percussion of "Get On Down", before offering a perfect balance between low-slung strut and epic, string-laden brilliance on the even better "Make Me Dance". Flip for the percussion-heavy disco-funk workout "Tight Spot", and the atmospheric funk breaks, glistening guitars and spacey delays of EP closer "Ol' Funky Music".
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6 EP II (12")
Cat: RR 075. Rel: 01 Dec 14
  1. Number 9
  2. Swing Now Out Dub (feat Tara)
  3. Something (feat David Shaw)
  4. Take Me To The Top Dub (feat Bozzwell)
Review: 6 E.P.II" is the second Vinyl E.P. taken from Headman/ Robi Insinna "6" Album which was released via Relish on the 15th September. E.P.II includes on side A1 Number 9, A2 Swing Now Out Dubfeaturing TarafromIt Rough fame. First track on the B side is called Somethingwith vocals by David Shawwho just released his first collaboration with Jennifer Cardinion Correspondant. The last track on the B side Take Me To The Top Dubfeatures Bozzwellaka Hiemfrom Firm fame. The Dub versions are exclusive for the Vinyl release. Robi's cover design is again in the same line as the whole Album project, including the Artbook, Video and Screenprints.
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Expresso (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RGEAR 002. Rel: 13 Nov 17
  1. Expresso (Yam Who? rework)
  2. Expresso
  3. No Big Thing (Bottin remix)
  4. No Big Thing
Review: Perpetually locked into a disco groove, Pete Herbert has already impressed this year with the splendour of his releases on Nang alongside Martin Denev, but on this new 12" for Riot Gear he's stepping out on his own. The record actually leads in with the plush, romantic throb of the Yam Who? remix of "Expresso" before the original takes over with a more peppy, borderline hi-nrg approach. On the B side Bottin gets to take "No Big Thing" to task with a version rich in electro funk synthlines, while the original sports some piano house chops and enough sizzling dancefloor energy to ignite a ruckus in a retirement home.
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Cat: SLR 1202PR. Rel: 20 Mar 19
  1. Are You Lonely? (Opolopo rework) (6:23)
  2. Are You Lonely? (Greg Wilson & Che Wilson mix) (5:57)
  3. Are You Lonely? (The Revenge Redub) (7:04)
  4. Are You Lonely? (Yam Who? re-edit) (6:13)
Review: Classic boogie-down antics for those that know on this wonderful old school production by short lived outfit Hipnotic. Alongside the wondrous rarity that is "Are You Lonely?", it also comes with four new interpretations of the much loved and sought-after funk fuelled gem. First up, Stockholm legend Peter Major aka Opolopo delivers his usual style of magic featuring an amazing bassline and slick neon-lit production style. Legend Greg Wilson is joined by Che Wilson to deliver smooth and lo-slung rework, while Scottish disco hero The Revenge does his usual slo-mo thang, before Midnight affiliated Yam Who? goes back to the program with his respectful edit.
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  1. Loleatta Holloway - "Hit & Run" (Dr Packer rework) (6:42)
  2. Aurra - "Such A Feeling" (Dr Packer rework) (6:56)
  3. Salsoul Orchestra - "Take Some Time Out" (Dr Packer rework) (6:43)
  4. The Jammers - "Be Mine Tonight" (Dr Packer rework) (5:50)
Review: Barely a fortnight has passed since Salsoul offered up a double-pack of Dr Packer reworks of classic tracks, but the Australian producer is already onto his next batch of vintage disco and boogie remixes. He begins by subtly beefing up Loleatta Holloway's orchestrated disco classic "Hit & Run", wisely emphasizing a relaxed but bouncy disco-house groove and dubbed-out vocal section, before going dub disco crazy on a suitably spacey, low-slung take on Aurra's boogie-era jam "Such A Feeling". Record two sees him charging towards peak-time floors via fine multi-track edit of Salsoul Orchestra's "Take Some Time Out", before delivering a fine, light touch revision of the Jammers' superb, synth-heavy electrofunk classic "Be Mine Tonight".
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Hit & Run (12")
Cat: SALSA 12019. Rel: 23 Jan 04
  1. Hit & Run (original Walter Gibbons 12" mix)
  2. Hit & Run (Danny Tenaglia 12" remix)
  3. Hit & Run (acappella)
Review: Exclusively remastered by Tom Moulton from the original master tapes!
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Cat: DFA 2386LP. Rel: 22 Jul 13
  1. Dumb Disco Ideas
  2. Dumb Disco Ideas (instrumental)
Review: Nick Millhiser and Alex Frankel go from strength to strength, cruising their 18-wheeler disco wagon into the future without so much as a nudge on the brake pedal. "Dumb Disco Ideas" hits you straight in the face like a WhoMadeWho record produced by Tom Moulton. Hooky, pumping and precision produced, it's got 'sound of the summer' stamped all over it. It also comes complete with an insane video if you've got time for some visual titillation. There's nothing dumb about this at all.
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Cat: HOD 020. Rel: 25 Oct 17
  1. In The Genes (8:07)
  2. Love Music (6:35)
  3. Love Can Set You Free (6:20)
Review: Long-serving disco-house fusionist Hot Toddy (AKA Crazy P co-founder Chris Todd) is in a loved-up mood on this rather tasty three-tracker. Surprisingly, it's his first solo single for some five years, and his first for House of Disco. It's the breezy, funk-fuelled A-side "In The Genes", in which Todd expertly fuses together elements most often found in proto-house, NYC boogie, early house and disco-funk records, that stands out, though the standard naturally remains high elsewhere. "Love Music", for example, is a wonderfully sauced-eyed stroll through dreamy deep house/disco fusion, while closer "Love Can Set You Free" sits somewhere between stripped-back disco-house, percussive boogie and Idjut Boys style dub disco.
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Cat: RDC 001. Rel: 10 Apr 19
  1. Burning Desire (7:24)
  2. Maybe The Melody Sucks (6:05)
  3. So Deep (6:14)
  4. Get Down (7:14)
Review: Mexican DJ and producer Hotmood has slung out a huge amount of quality releases in the past few years via his own Hotmood Records as well as elsewhere, from Disco Fruit to Whiskey Pickle. Now Guillermo Gonzalez is bringing the funk to Ravanelli Disco Club, imparting some seriously classy club rollers that draw on classic sound sources but boil the ingredients down into punchy, effective contemporary dancefloor bombs. "Burning Desire" is a sprightly, key led affair, while "Maybe The Melody Sucks" gets busy with Philly strings and brass stabs. "So Deep" piles the looped up disco funk on heavy, and "Get Down" does some impressive filter riding - these disco house bombs can't fail to set the party on fire when they're slapped on the platter.
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Cat: WD 54. Rel: 16 Feb 18
  1. The Chuco (6:28)
  2. Catch Me (6:26)
  3. Playing A Groove For An Hour (6:43)
  4. The Camel (6:57)
Review: Having made his name with a string of fine rework releases on the acclaimed Tugboat Edits imprint, Guillermo "Hotmood" Gonzalez makes his first appearance on Whiskey Disco. Disco De Los Muertos ("Disco of the dead", if our Spanish is up to scratch) is predictably full of cheeky dancefloor moments that should appeal to both house and disco DJs alike. Our pick of the bunch is probably the low-slung "Playing The Groove For An Hour", where fizzing synth stabs ride a ridiculously rubbery slap bass riff and rolling house groove. That said, the deeper and dreamier "The Camel" is rather good, while the horror-tinged Mexican funk-goes-house fare stretched across the A-side is both rock solid and highly playable.
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Hotmood Volume 10 (hand-stamped heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: HOTMOODS 10. Rel: 04 Oct 19
  1. Esta Noche (6:25)
  2. Shabba (6:41)
  3. Looking Back (6:34)
  4. Wanna Be Lost (6:21)
Review: Hotmoods hits double fingers with another stellar selection of steamy disco sizzlers. This time served up on a heavyweight 12", "Esta Noche" leads the charge with Todd Terje style melodic magic chugging away to the skies. "Shabba" features joyous vocal harmonies and splashes of synths that take you to the beach, and "Looking Back" ups the funk with busy bass playing and a lead synth that rings out with infectious happiness. Last of all, "Wanna Be Lost" gets more romantic and up close and personal with female vocals layered over elastic drums. All in all, an essential slab of wax for any disco DJ.
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Cat: EX 7033. Rel: 06 Mar 18
  1. Easy Does It (5:45)
  2. Kelly Green (4:21)
Review: This more than handy 7" single brings together two classic disco-era cuts from soul legend Willie Hutch. A-side "Easy Does It", which was originally featured on 1978's In Tune album, features Hutch in full-on Curtis Mayfield mode, singing passionately over a jaunty, jazz-funk influenced backing track laden with swirling strings, choral backing vocals (think Marvin Gaye's "What's Going On" album) and Dexter Wansel style synthesizer solos. It's undoubtedly one of Hutch's finest moments and deserves to be in any serious soul head's collection. Flip for 1979's "Kelly Green", a sumptuous soul slow jam in which Hutch pines over a lost lover.
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You Know How To Love Me (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: PR 65009P. Rel: 09 May 18
  1. You Know How To Love Me (7:35)
  2. Living Inside Your Love (6:12)
Review: Two Arista classics from 79/78 respectively, the cult (not to mention heavily sampled) charms of Pittsburgh soul queen Hyman are presented immaculately right here on this heavyweight vinyl double-A. "You Know How To Love Me", taken from the 79 album of the same name, is a straight up disco stomper that should be recognisable to all with its distinctive horn fill and rousing backing vocals while "Living Inside Your Love" (from her 78 album Somewhere In My Lifetime) is a slinkier, sultry affair with some sizzling scat vocal flare and harmonies that will have you weak at the knees. It's all love.
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  1. Ray Kandinski - "Vogue(Dit)" (5:36)
  2. George Feely - "Forget About U" (4:25)
  3. Turk Turkelton - "Y Y'all Dancin" (6:10)
  4. Hauke - "Instinct Groove" (4:48)
  5. Ayer Fijen - "Sweet Dreams" (4:10)
Review: Random Mind State coming on strong with another concentrated dose of pure party. Kandinski gives Madonna a 1up, charging up the classic "Vogue" 909s with raw energy, George Feely follows up the corking "Apache 909" with a supreme disco uplift on "Forget About U" while Turk Turkelton flicks up the filters for a loopy slice of shoe shuffled jacks. Elsewhere Hauke drives us deeper into a hypnotic state of mine with the twinkling, filtered "Instinct Groove" before Ayer Fijen chimes us the perfect lullaby with "Sweet Dreams". Great EPs are made of these.
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Played by: Tilman
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  1. Al Kent - "Where" (7:59)
  2. Raw Slavs - "Born In R" (6:24)
  3. Moodena & Sartorial - "Got That Feeling" (6:07)
  4. Hotmood - "700 Copies" (6:45)
Review: Earlier in the year, Samosa Records launched the "Funk Purpose" series via a multi-artist collection of top-notch edits. Volume two will be released in several parts, with this rock solid EP the first to drop. Glaswegian scalpel fiend Al Kent kicks things off with "Where", a superb traditionalist rearrangement of a soaring, orchestrated disco-funk cut that has the potential to become a screaming, soul-fired anthem this summer. Raw Slavs opt for a loose and groovy, slightly housed-up vibe on their succulent disco re-edit, "Born In R", before the Tropical Disco Records crew takes on side B. Moodena and Sartorial's "Got That Feeling" is a bumpin' disco-house revision of a soulful disco groover, while Hotmood's "700 Copies" is a deep, bass-heavy jaunt through cowbell-laden jazz-funk/house fusion.
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Disco Beatdown Allstars 2 (12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: SCR 015. Rel: 18 Jun 15
  1. Osmose - "Help Me DISCOver" (6:16)
  2. The Silver Rider - "I Need U" (Osmose retouch) (5:56)
  3. JP Source - "Justa Second" (6:41)
  4. Hristo - "Love Me" (5:07)
Review: More Beatdown business from vinyl-only warriors Smokecloud. Osmose steps forward with the first half; "Help Me DISCOver" is a sample-savvy filtered enlightener while his edit of the Silver Rider goes for a much heavier, floor-pounding sense of insistency. Flip for twists from JP Source and Hristo. The former gets busy on a densely textured and tightly plucked guitar line while the latter takes us right down into sleazy town with an Isaac Hayes level of gravelly vocals and a sweaty guitar and organ pumped groove.
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DB12 001 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DB12 001. Rel: 15 Apr 19
  1. S&C - "Drug Of A Nation" (7:46)
  2. Tom Bolas - "Folterkammer" (4:23)
  3. Hanoben / ADSX - "Dreifaltigkeit" (8:44)
  4. Schmoltz - "Starnight" (4:24)
Review: To date, Rimini's Duca Bianco has put out just two 7"s, by Cherrystones and Tom Bolas specifically. Now the label widens the net with a various artists 12" that features four disco-not-disco burners for adventurous party people to shake down to like they're in 1980s New York. S&C present "Drug Of A Nation,", a raw, funky garage rock jam embellished with wild synth parts. Tom Bolas brings things to a more Afrodisco flavoured peak with a cheeky famous funk lick and killer robo vocoder. Hanoben / ADSX take things in an Italo direction with 'Dreifaltigkeit" with some incredible vocals to boot. Schmoltz sets things adrift in supreme Balearic style on "Starnight."
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Tropical Disco Records Vol 10 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: TDISCO 010. Rel: 19 Jun 19
  1. Sartorial - "Warping" (6:22)
  2. Moodena - "Jammin" (6:39)
  3. Simon Kennedy - "Back To Soul" (6:27)
  4. Hotmood - "Everybody" (5:56)
Review: By now we should know what to expect from Tropical Records, namely beefed-up, house style re-edits of disco and boogie tracks that tend towards the hot, sticky and humid. Sartorial kicks things off this time round via the swirling, Latin style disco-bounce of "Warping" - all low-slung bass, new house beats, big orchestration and snaking sax solos - before Moodena straightens out and tools up a hybrid jazz-funk/disco jam that boasts some seriously exotic guitar solos and jammed-out electric piano parts. Simon Kennedy's contribution, "Back To Soul", is a bumpy and bouncy take on a fine disco soul classic, while Hotmood's "Everybody" is a sweaty, house style revision of a P-funk flavoured boogie number.
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  1. Slync & Fingerman - "Saft Junk" (6:21)
  2. Hotmood - "Fake DJs" (6:11)
  3. Andy Buchan - "Dope D'Man" (5:50)
  4. Dave Gerrard - "Turn It Loose" (5:23)
Review: The latest missive from Fingerman's Wax Digits imprint - the occasional vinyl offshoot of the digital-only Hot Digits label - is something of an all-star affair. It features contributions from some of the best-known talents in the contemporary re-edit scene, with solid results. Fingerman and Slync kick things off with "Saft Junk", a cheery, Chic style slab of summer disco goodness, before Hotmood takes aim at "Fake D.Js" via bumpin' grooves, fluttering flutes and swirling orchestration. Andy Buchan's "Dope D'Man" is a slap-bass-sporting nu-disco jam that joins the dots between King Bee's "Back By Dope Demand" and the original disco record it sampled, while "Turn It Loose" is a relaxed shuffle through laid back and loved-up funk grooves.
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  1. Ivan Starzev - "Waiting" (6:37)
  2. Claes Rosen - "Cumulus" (5:20)
  3. Hideo Kobayashi - "Perfect Perception" (6:32)
  4. Nightdrive - "Je T Aime" (5:33)
Review: St. Petersburg-based imprint Soviett is rather restrained when it comes to releasing music on wax, with this tidy EP marking only their third vinyl excursion in as many years. It is, though, packed with quietly impressive treats. Label co-founder Ivan Starzev kicks things off via the woozy melodies, dreamy chords and Pet Shop Boys circa "Behaviour" grooves of "Waiting", before Claes Rosen ups the tempo a little via the liquid deep house bounce of the undeniably picturesque "Cumulus". Over on side B, Hideo Kobayashi wraps warm and drowsy chords and trippy acid lines around a chunky, dub-fired deep house groove on "Perfect Perception", while Nightdrive joins the dots between analogue disco, razor-sharp synth pop and hazy deep house on tasty closing cut "Je T Aime".
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  1. Ed Wizard & Double Disco Dee - "Spirit Power" (6:13)
  2. Duff Disco - "Burning Hot" (6:05)
  3. Hotmood - "I Was Born In Mexico" (6:18)
  4. Alex Zuiev - "I Feel Funky" (6:23)
Review: While most Editorial EPs feature contributions from a range of high-flying re-editors, their latest collection of cuts boasts a particularly star-studded line-up. For example, it features a now rare outing from Jeremy Duffy under the familiar Duff Disco alias, a gently rolling disco-soul revision called "Burning Hot" that underpins a suitably glassy-eyed cut with his trademark soft-touch house drums. More up-tempo fare can be found on side B, where Hotmood's disco-funk rearrangement "I Was Born In Mexico" - think restless slap bass, eyes-shut guitar solos, bouncy drums and rising horns - is joined by the razor-sharp disco-funk sweatiness of Alex Zuiev's "I Feel Funky". Arguably best of all, though, is Ed Wizard and Disco Double Dee's woozy, sample-heavy disco roller "Spirit Power".
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Keith HARING/VARIOUS
The World Of Keith Haring (unmixed 2xCD + 48 page booklet)
Cat: SJRCD 444. Rel: 28 Jun 19
  1. B Beat Girls - "For The Same Man"
  2. Damon Harris - "It's Music"
  3. Pylon - "Danger"
  4. The Jonzun Crew - "Pak Man"
  5. Funk Masters - "Love Money"
  6. John Sex - "Bump & Grind It"
  7. Sylvester - "Over & Over" (12" Disco mix)
  8. The Girls - "Jeffrey I Hear You"
  9. Johnny Dynell & New York 88 - "Jam Hot (Rhumba Rock)"
  10. Talking Heads - "I Zimbra"
  11. Art Zoyd - "Sortie 134" (part 2)
  12. Class Action - "Weekend" (Larry Levan mix)
  13. Adiche - "Chuka-Ja (Get Ready)"
  14. The Girls - "The Elephant Man"
  15. The Golden Flamingo Orchestra - "The Guardian Angel Is Watching Over Us"
  16. Gray - "Cut It Up High Priest"
  17. Extra T's - "ET Boogie"
  18. Convertion - "Let's Do It"
  19. Yoko Ono - "Walking On Thin Ice"
  20. Fab 5 Freddy - "Change The Beat"
Review: Curated as part of the iconic street artist's Tate exhibition this year, The World Of Keith Haring unites many of the talented souls Keith knew, or was inspired by, during his prolific rise as one of the most vital cultural spokesmen through the 70s and 80s. Soundtracking the gritty downtown NYC streets he made his first mark on, this limited collection captures the whole melting pot from b-boy culture with cuts such as "E.T Boogie" and "Bump N Grind", raw boogie and soul ("Over & Over") and pure drama ("The Guardian Angel Is Watching Over Us"). A powerful collection as striking and relatable as his own signature.
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Played by: I Love Disco!
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Keith HARING/VARIOUS
The World Of Keith Haring (3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SJRLP 444. Rel: 28 Jun 19
  1. B Beat Girls - "For The Same Man" (5:01)
  2. Damon Harris - "It's Music" (8:42)
  3. Pylon - "Danger" (5:37)
  4. The Jonzun Crew - "Pak Man" (6:18)
  5. Funk Masters - "Love Money" (6:29)
  6. John Sex - "Bump & Grind It" (3:58)
  7. Sylvester - "Over & Over" (12" Disco mix) (9:29)
  8. Johnny Dynell & New York 88 - "Jam Hot (Rhumba Rock)" (7:22)
  9. Art Zoyd - "Sortie 134" (part 2) (3:45)
  10. Adiche - "Chuka-Ja (Get Ready)" (6:56)
  11. Class Action - "Weekend" (Larry Levan mix) (8:15)
  12. Gray - "Cut It Up High Priest" (4:23)
  13. Golden Flamingo Orchestra - "The Guardian Angel Is Watching Over Us" (6:50)
  14. Extra T's - "ET Boogie" (5:30)
  15. Fab 5 Freddy - "Change The Beat" (7:31)
  16. Convertion - "Let's Do It" (6:40)
  17. Yoko Ono - "Walking On The Thin Ice" (5:55)
Review: Curated as part of the iconic street artist's Tate exhibition this year, The World Of Keith Haring unites many of the talented souls Keith knew, or was inspired by, during his prolific rise as one of the most vital cultural spokesmen through the 70s and 80s. Soundtracking the gritty downtown NYC streets he made his first mark on, this limited collection captures the whole melting pot from b-boy culture with cuts such as "E.T Boogie" and "Bump N Grind", raw boogie and soul ("Over & Over") and pure drama ("The Guardian Angel Is Watching Over Us"). A powerful collection as striking and relatable as his own signature.
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Cat: HTH 058. Rel: 10 Jun 16
  1. Ode To A Broken Heart (3:58)
  2. The Landsberger Funk (7:00)
  3. Fantasy (4:05)
  4. Tim's Keys (feat Timothy Blake) (6:33)
  5. I'm So Glad (feat Jocelyn Brown - Satisfied mix) (5:00)
  6. Summer Memory (7:29)
  7. Six Sixty Groove (5:20)
  8. Locked Out (5:29)
  9. Feel The Music (6:21)
  10. Wake Up, Baby! (6:04)
  11. Something In Yr Head (6:36)
  12. Apple Of My Eye (feat Timothy Blake) (5:33)
Review: Such has been the rise of Marquis Hawkes in recent times that this debut album must mark as one of the most anticipated house sets of 2016. Happily, Social Housing is a superb showcase not only for Hawkes' talents, but also his understanding of house music in its' many myriad forms. The album does include, of course, a sprinkling of jackin' workouts, but these are outnumbered by such thrilling chunks of loved-up positivity as the Tiger & Woods style loop funk of "Fantasy", the Theo Parrish-ish jazz fuzziness of "Summer Memory", and the cheeky, Todd Edwards style cut-up garage of "Something In Yr Head" [sic]. The album's most potent moment, though, is "I'm So Glad", a collaboration with Jocelyn Brown that already ranks among 2016's most potent tunes.
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Why Make Sense? (180 gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 313S. Rel: 13 May 15
  1. Huarache Lights (5:27)
  2. Love Is The Future (4:29)
  3. Cry For You (4:16)
  4. Started Right (3:39)
  5. White Wine & Fried Chicken (2:57)
  6. Dark Night (5:23)
  7. Easy To Get (5:08)
  8. Need You Now (4:43)
  9. So Much Further To Go (3:09)
  10. Why Make Sense? (5:17)
Review: Hot Chip continue to occupy a unique space in British music. Yet despite their standing as a bunch of polymaths just as at home with pure pop as experimental diversions, what continues to truly separate them from all or any contemporaries is a rich melancholy to their sound, and it's this which looms pleasantly large on 'Why Make Sense'. The songwriting of Alexis Taylor and Joe Goddard has never sounded sharper, not their beat-driven yet tastefully spare sound more addictive. Now as ever, no-one can reconcile human emotion and machine-like rhythm in quite the same fashion as this maverick outfit.
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A Bath Full Of Ecstasy (limited gatefold heavyweight clear vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 375X. Rel: 21 Jun 19
  1. Melody Of Love (4:18)
  2. Spell (6:17)
  3. Bath Full Of Ecstasy (4:00)
  4. Echo (4:39)
  5. Hungry Child (6:02)
  6. Positive (4:58)
  7. Why Does My Mind (4:52)
  8. Clear Blue Skies (6:46)
  9. No God (5:31)
Review: Hot Chip are back! The coolest dudes since Devo return like a monkey with a miniature cymbal with their seventh full length album. With vocoding effects layered over the sweet tone of Alexis Taylor's voice referencing all matter of contemporary and retro-active pop and trance sensibilities, this album once again sees Hot Chip at the front of pioneering, friendly and avant garde pop music. Produced by the late Philippe Zdar (one half of Cassius) - also responsible for applying award winning touches to albums by Phoenix and Cat Power, Domino is calling the record "a celebration of joy but recognises the struggle it can take to get to that point of happiness". Our tips: album opener "Melody Of Love" and the '80s trance-pop that is "Hungry Child".
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Cat: RBTHUMPCD 01. Rel: 12 Sep 17
  1. Todd Terje - "Ragysh"
  2. Roy Comanchero - "The Delete Of Society"
  3. Tiger & Woods - "Don't Hesitate"
  4. Tiger & Woods - "Time"
  5. Jex - "La Casa"
  6. Tiger & Woods - "No More Talking"
  7. Precious System - "The Voice From Planet Love"
  8. Precious System - "The Voice From Planet Love" (Beat-Appella)
  9. Leon Vynehall - "Beau Sovereign"
  10. Shan - "Work It" (Piano mix)
  11. Redshape - "Dogz"
  12. Mr G - "Ben & Gerd (Killin It M Day)"
  13. Heaven & Earth - "Prescription Every Night"
  14. Paul Woolford - "Forevermore"
  15. Matthew Styles - "Hot!"
  16. Shan - "Bassline Party"
Review: A couple of years back, Running Back boss Gerd Janson wrote an in-depth article for Red Bull Music Academy about Tony Humphries' legendary "Mastermixes" - all-action mixes originally created for NYC radio stations in the '80s and '90s. With this in mind, it's perhaps unsurprising that he commissioned the legendary DJ to give the Running Back catalogue the same treatment. Predictably, Humphries has come up with the goods, delivering a loved-up, melodious and classic sounding trip through mostly synth-heavy, classic-sounding label highlights. That it sounds like the kind of set you'd actually hear from Humphries is testament not only to the quality of his track selection and mixing, but also the suitability of the Running Back catalogue.
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Anthology 1972-84 (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: AJX2LP 419. Rel: 20 Oct 17
  1. Cool Out (2:57)
  2. All Because Of You (single version) (3:31)
  3. Don’t It Make You Feel Good (3:02)
  4. Love The Feeling (2:47)
  5. Positive Forces (3:41)
  6. Lucky Fellow (5:02)
  7. Never Know What You Can Do (Give It A Try) (3:46)
  8. Love Oh Love (3:53)
  9. Ella Weez (3:00)
  10. Could This Be Love (3:02)
  11. So In Love With You (2:52)
  12. Think I’m Falling In Love (3:41)
  13. Closer To The Source (6:09)
  14. Give This Love A Try (3:52)
  15. Right Or Wrong (4:50)
  16. Now That I Found You (4:29)
  17. Get To This (You’ll Get To Me) (3:53)
  18. Lover’s Holiday (3:47)
  19. Time Brings On A Change (4:41)
Review: Earlier this year, Acid Jazz signed a deal with soul legend Leroy Hutson to license his vast catalogue of work. Having already reissued a number of key releases, the long-running London label has now put together this retrospective of his solo work. It contains material from albums and singles recorded between 1972 and '84, plus a couple of cuts that were previously unissued before they appeared on wax earlier this year (most notably the brilliant "Positive Forces"). Naturally, there are plenty of must-haves present, including classics such as "Cool Out", "Lover's Holiday", "So In Love With You" and "Closer To The Source", making it a near perfect introduction to Hutson's sensual musical world.
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