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Cat: GAMM 127. Rel: 16 Jan 19
  1. Trouble In My Way (Afshin & Kiss My Black Jazz edit) (7:42)
  2. The Riot (Afshin & Kiss My Black Jazz edit) (6:00)
Review: Something a little different from G.A.M.M here, as Parisian DJ Afshin joins forces with the mysterious Kiss My Black Jazz to offer up two incendiary edits. The real surprise killer is A-side "Trouble In My Way", which subtly turns a blues-era recording of a traditional slave sing-along into a handclap-heavy chunk of infectious gospel-house brilliance. It takes a little time to build up, but when the heavier beats drop midway through you'll have dancers eating out of the palm of your hand. Flipside "The Riot" sees them make merry with a Hammond-heavy chunk of 1960s jazz-funk, extending and reworking the cut to make it suitably sweaty, heavy and life affirming.
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Jesuino Galo Doido (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: GAMM 129. Rel: 10 Dec 18
  1. Jesuino Galo Doido (Afshin & Black Jazz edit)
  2. Make It Reggae (Afshin & Black Jazz edit)
Review: Earlier in the month, Parisian producer Afshin joined forces with Kiss My Black Jazz and served up a brilliant, two-track missive of jazz-funk and blues-house reworks on G.A.M.M. Here they reunite for round two. This time round, they begin by reworking a shuffling, chant-along Afro-Brazilian gem of unknown origin, extending the carnival-ready percussive intro before unleashing the shuffling, sun-kissed samba rhythm and some of the sweetest vocals this side of a sing-along in a chocolate factory. Over on side B they give a similar tune to a killer chunk of reggae-funk fusion rich in warm dub bass, bongo-laden beats, bluesy guitar solos, fuzzy horns and James Brown style guttural vocals.
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Cat: BAC 001. Rel: 17 Apr 19
  1. Goin' To See My Baby (6:03)
  2. Backstrokin' (5:58)
Review: First up on the freshly minted Bacalao imprint is Bosq, a Ubiquity Records contributor renowned for his blends of funk, soul and sweaty South American music. While the heavy horns featured on this release were recorded in Bogota, the producer's usual Colombian flavour takes a back seat as he joins forces with Kaleta to deliver two covers of Fatback Band classics. First up is "Goin' To See My Baby", which is re-imagined as a fuzzy funk workout rich in rasping horns, tropical guitar flourishes and woodblock-driven Latin disco percussion. Arguably even better is the duo's cover of "Backstrokin'", which is given a Barrio-funk flavour complete with prominent bass, heavy-hitting horn motifs and excitable lead vocals.
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Cat: CE 010. Rel: 21 Sep 15
  1. Dane & Khotin - "IMHO" (5:52)
  2. Dane & Khotin - "System" (5:23)
  3. Dane - "I Want More" (7:34)
  4. Eddie C - "One For Dane" (4:13)
Review: Canada's foremost re-edit imprint continues to churn out the hits, largely by delivering dub disco and Balearic-tinged interpretations of long forgotten or little-known cuts. Common Edit regulars Dane and Khotin join forces on the A-side, delivering a sweet chunk of boogie-era synthesizer reggae ("Imho"), before heading futher towards peaktime territory with the low-slung, late night AOR disco of "System". Eddie C digs delves into his seemingly bottomless crates of obscurities for inspiration on "I Want More", a gorgeous chunk of piano-laden Balearic disco sweetness. Finally, Dane lights up something medicinal, closes his eyes and delivers the smacked-out, guitar-laden ambient chug of "One For Dane". It's an absolute beauty, if truth be told.
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RDY #43 (12")
Rdy
Cat: RDY 43. Rel: 23 Jan 18
  1. Cappuccino - "Hell Dance With Me" (5:58)
  2. Man Friday & Jive Junior - "Picking Up Sounds" (4:56)
  3. Kleeer - "Taste The Music" (7:21)
Review: The Ron Hardy edits just keep on coming. For the 43rd edition we find ourselves peeping through a very focused time window as all three tracks come from one of the smoothest transition periods funk has made; the rare groove, soul and boogie from the class of 81-83. Cappuccino's "Hell Dance With Me" slinks and shakes with an ESG style looseness and hypnosis, Man Friday & Jive Junior's "Picking Up Sounds" is a beautiful slightly sleazy synth funk jam while Kleeer keep things clam-tight with their plucked guitar, strolling bassline and dreamboat synth chords. Bliss, as always.
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Cat: GLITS 034. Rel: 19 Jul 19
  1. Falling Deep In Love (extended 12" mix) (5:29)
  2. Falling Deep In Love (Joey Negro 12" Disco Blend) (7:11)
Review: Horse Meat Disco has been promising a debut album for some time, but there are now signs that it might, at last, be on its way. Here they present their second high-profile single for Glitterbox - a superb collaboration with legendary disco vocalist Kathy Sledge. In its original form, "Falling Deep In Love" is the kind of groovy, string-laden, sing-along disco treat that sounds like it could have been written and produced by Chic greats Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards. It's utterly ace, all told, and deserves to be one of the tracks of the summer. On the flip, Joey Negro offers up a "Disco Blend" that combines the quartet's original instrumentation and Sledge's fine vocal with slightly more weighty, house-style drums.
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  1. Jeancy - "Reservation" (5:53)
  2. Karizma - "Will You Dance With Me" (3:59)
  3. Makonde - "Manzara" (3:52)
  4. Marion Javius - "Waiting In The Wings" (2:55)
  5. Neo Experience - "Human" (3:26)
Review: As with its' 12 predecessors, the latest compilation style EP from publicity-shy French diggers Unlimited Love gathers together an impressive selection of sought-after gems. This time round, many of the cuts are taken from eye-wateringly expensive and hard-to-find private press records. Check, for example, the fizzing 1982 boogie of Jeancy's "Reservation", the sweet breeziness of Karizma's "Will You Dance With Me" (an original 7" copy of which would set you back around L300) and the skewed, orchestra-smothered quirkiness of Marion Javius's "Waiting in the Wings". Elsewhere, Makonde's "Manzara" is a heavy chunk of psychedelic-minded Afro-funk, while Neo Experience's sumptuous "Human" is a lesser-known chunk of Philly soul bliss.
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Multitrack Edits (limited hand-stamped 7")
Cat: GSC45 17. Rel: 24 May 19
  1. Track 1 (Multi Trax mix 1) (4:50)
  2. Track 2 (Multi Trax mix 2) (4:43)
Review: Multi-track re-edits, where producers utilize the instrumental and vocal parts found on studio master tapes, are all the rage right now. While the Rephlex crew and Joey Negro are the most famous exponents of the art, Galaxy Sound Co regular Kadena has previously proved to be rather adept at it, too. Here the little-known producer channels the spirit of original disco remixer Walter Gibbons, first to provide a lolloping, groove-based revision of Instant Funk's intergalactic Salsoul classic "I Got My Mind Made Up" (side A), and then to deliver a similarly minded take on First Choice's "Let No Man Put Asunder". Like its A-side companion, it's warmer, looser and predominantly instrumental, with judicious use of key vocal passages.
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Got To Have Your Lovin (limited 12")
Cat: BSTX 033. Rel: 04 Jun 18
  1. Got To Have Your Lovin (vocal) (6:09)
  2. Got To Have Your Lovin (instrumental) (4:57)
Review: Steve Kahn & Co. are yet another of those curios of the early 80s that Best Italy have dug out, dusted down, spruced up and repressed for your eclectic party pleasure. "Got To Have Your Loving" is a pure feel good jam at every turn - it's got a very natural, live band sound mixed by the legendary Tee Scott that especially makes the aqueous bass playing shine through. Whether you plump for the vocal or the instrumental, this is the kind of record that could set a wedding party on fire as much as a serious heads-down disco funk session. You'll no doubt get a lot of mileage out of this one, and have a great time in the process.
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Kick Drunk Love (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MATE 007. Rel: 11 Jul 16
  1. Sidewalks
  2. Where's Ralf?
  3. No Grace
  4. Pigmy
  5. Stage Left
  6. Leaving
Review: Dave Aju, Alland Byallo, Kenneth Scott and Marc Smith joined together as KAMM, resulting in a mini-album called Kick Drunk Love for marcel Vogel's Amsterdam based label Intimate Friends.iDescribed in a press release as being influenced by the artists' "love of early '90s MoWax era laid-back beats," it features Barrite on lead vocals (with Byallo and Scott also contributing vocals), Smith on guitar, Byallo on trumpet and Scott on Moog synth. There's a couple guest appearances as well: Damian Schwartz plays some bass on "Sidewalks" and Eureka provides "a hell of a [vacuum] rev" on "Stage Left."
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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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Cat: TPR 007. Rel: 06 Apr 06
  1. Lettbeint Liten Sak (original Dialyse mix)
  2. Bak Mal
  3. Lettbeint Liten Sak (Bjorn Torske's Nyredisco Miks)
Review: After a year bewildered in the woods Kango takes a step forward with a new 12"! He's taking the bpm down a notch for a midtempo 80s influenced electro disco teaser called 'Lettbeint Liten Sak'. The arrangement is as always in the leftfield area of disco. Twisting and knobbing the hook in a way you might call insane. But we don't. Getting used to not being able to describe his music we just lean on his album title & simply call it Fjordfunk. To enhance the experience we managed to get the legendary dubmeister Bjørn Torske to work his magic. As always he delivers the goods with one arm behind his back. Actually he also wore blindfolds during the remix. Maybe you might hear it. We're not sure. The second on the A-side is a track called 'Bak Mål' and is that strange little track that no one would believe would ever be released.....Simply because of the EFX at the end of the track. How big balls and ego does this man have inside???
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Played by: Telephones
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EP 2 (remastered 2019) (limited hand-numbered transparent blue vinyl 12")
Cat: FTM 201903TRANSPARENTBLUE. Rel: 27 Mar 19
  1. It's A War (Serge Santiago remix) (8:13)
  2. Cosmic Voyager (6:18)
  3. Now Baby Now (5:48)
Review: Following last year's "Can't Hold Back", Fulltime Production return with a second EP from cult Italo trio Kano. Kicking off with the heavy hypnotic chugs of Serge Santiago's sparkling edit of the band's most iconic and influential track "It's A War", we're then treated to two original gems from the band's 1980 eponymous debut album; the glam swagger and swooning harmonies of "Cosmic Voyager" and the upbeat funk flare, velvet falsettos and thumping slap bass of "Now Baby Now". Now is the time.
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  1. One More Round (86 House mix By Frankie Knuckles) (8:10)
  2. Walkman (86 House mix By Brett Wilcots) (7:17)
Review: Best turn their attention to that sweet mid 80s spot when the petri dish of party music was shaken up between disco, boogie, Italo and the emergent house sound from Chicago. Claudio Simonetti was a titan of the Italian groove, but his monster jam as Kasso, "One More Round", reached the stratosphere when Windy City godfather Frankie Knuckles gave the track his Midas touch. No more justification is needed for this pressing, but don't overlook the flip which finds 80s remix supremo Brett Wilcots taking on "Walkman" and whipping up a boogie frenzy of the highest order.
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Cat: BF 1005. Rel: 20 Sep 13
  1. Low Altitude (4:29)
  2. Rumble Strip (3:29)
  3. Kyoto Haza (3:44)
Review: Excellent and much needed 12" pressing of Low Altitude from Australian boogie don Mike Kay! Originally surfacing on a limited 7" release through Melbourne imprint This Thing, it's given a wider release thanks to the dons at People's Potential Unlimited with the addition of a further cut from Kay. A Side track "Low Altitude" is a lot more DJ friendly now (ever tried beatmatching 45s?) and has been extended with more handclaps and disco noises from the funkateer Kay himself! If you're a rabid consumer of Tom Noble and Inskwel stuff or digged the Moon B issue on PPU earlier this year then you'll love this 808 boogie bumper. Face down, "Rumble Strip" eases up the tempo a nudge for some slick and sweet analogue disco and the wonderfully smudgy bonus cut "Kyoto Haze" really shows off Kay's melodic chops.
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Rosella EP (12")
Cat: WD 67. Rel: 17 Jul 19
  1. Rosella (5:50)
  2. You're The Reason Why (5:18)
  3. Silk & Satin (4:52)
  4. One Night In Prague (6:32)
Review: It would be safe to say that Kayroy (real name Finian Langham) is on a roll. This is his third must-have EP of 2019 and his second outing on Whiskey Disco. It begins with "Rosella", a superb revision of Crown Heights Affair's "Say a Prayer" that strips out most of the vocals and layers up tasteful overdubs to give the track a more cosmic and dubbed-out feel. "You're The Reason Why" is a loopy but groovy rearrangement of a dewy-eyed laidback disco classic, while "Silk & Satin" is a riotous rework of a heavy disco-funk number rich in sharp, rising horn lines, screaming guitars, sweaty drums and toasty bass. Arguably best of all, though, is the fizzing, dubbed out Italo-disco-goes-poodle-perm-rock insanity of "One Night In Prague".
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Cat: HF 004. Rel: 20 Feb 19
  1. Harlequin Fiasco (4:05)
  2. Harlequin Fiasco (In Flagranti dub) (4:11)
Review: Newcomer Finnian Langham aka Kayroy is catching ears and hearts on dancefloors from his hometown Melbourne, Australia and beyond. What began as a love of the disco era has grown to encompass everything from obscure deep cuts of 80's synthpop to trippy acid tinged techno. It all comes down to his love of a good tune, and the pursuit of a good boogie on Harlequin Fiasco - following up releases on Whiskey Disco and Sour Edits, the album comes courtesy of French label Hotfoot and is a spaced-out boogie down jam that made us fans from the first beat. We're also loving side B where Swiss duo In Flagranti explores the space between the beats on their trippy dub rendition.
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Cat: WD 62. Rel: 30 Jan 19
  1. Like Damn! (6:35)
  2. Pavlova Casanova (6:33)
  3. Sandy Shackles (5:15)
Review: Whiskey Disco's latest fun-time excursion comes courtesy of Kayroy, a Melbourne-based producer who has never before released music on vinyl. As wax debuts go, "Pavlova Casanova" is very strong, with the up-and-coming producer serving up a quartet of heavy peak-time disco treats. Particularly potent is raging A-side "Like Damn!", an all-action affair that stretches out and beefs up a killer old chunk of high-tempo disco with audible Latin flourishes. Title track "Pavlova Casanova" is a slightly sweeter but no less thrilling affair crafted from what sounds like a familiar disco staple, while "Sandy Shackles" gets just the right balance between guitar-flecked disco sweetness, dubby boogie brilliance and rolling peak-time house.
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Cat: TKDISCORSD2015 PT1. Rel: 25 Apr 15
  1. I Get Lifted (3:02)
  2. I Get Lifted (Todd Terje edit) (7:09)
Review: A limited yellow vinyl funk odyssey from Record Store Day, "I Get Lifted" is taken from KC & The Sunshine Band's second album (1975) Still sounding shiny and floor-minded, the original stands the test of time incredibly well. Todd Terje's edit, however, takes it to another level; upping the tempo (and, possibly, the key), he's extended the right places, added a little more emphasis on the kicks and made sure we can't miss the breakdowns and instrumental sections.
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Cat: T 54230. Rel: 01 Jan 90
  1. Girl You Need A Change Of Mind
  2. Goin Up In Smoke
Review: Motown presents Eddie's 'Girl You Need A Change Of Mind', a mind-blowingly anthemic number, the kind of cut that burnt up dancefloors
when it first came out, and which has continued to please countless generations, through house, hip hop, funk, and beyond!
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  1. There's Never Been (No One Like You) (short version) (4:26)
  2. There's Never Been (No One Like You) (edit) (4:26)
Review: A stone cold cult classic from the West End vaults, Kenton Nix was one of New York's most prolific producers during the late 70s and throughout the 80s working his magic with the likes of Afrika Bambaataa, Teena Gardner and Gwen McCrae (among many others). On this rare 1980 solo 45" he teamed up with a young Bobby Youngblood to create an emphatic soul disco powerhouse that clear set the foundations for the wealth of big vocal proto house tracks that followed in its wake. Complete with both versions, this is a rare reissue and isn't likely to hang around for long...
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Wheeels EP (140 gram marble vinyl 12")
Cat: HS 011. Rel: 05 Jun 17
  1. Winter Phonque (2:23)
  2. Mollusque (2:33)
  3. Sans Titre (2:23)
  4. Autoremote (3:03)
  5. Sur La Riviere (3:42)
  6. Woogie On (5:04)
Review: Montreal's KenLo Craqnuques has been bubbling away in the underground for some time, but lucky for us Hot Shot Sounds took notice and now present his first outing on vinyl with the Wheeels EP. There is an irresistible funk to the sounds that Craqnuques conjures up, pushing fat, Moog-esque basslines and low slung machine beats rolling at an easy tempo that hark back to the golden days of boogie and electro funk. "Mollusque" indicates how his is far from a throwback sound though - this is up to the minute instrumental RnB that recognises the true roots of the genre while looking to the future, and it sounds utterly fresh.
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BBE
Cat: BBE 364SLP2. Rel: 26 Apr 16
  1. Tin Top (Kon re-edit) (6:48)
  2. Tin Top (part I) (3:54)
  3. Tin Top (part II) (2:59)
Review: A BBE Record Store Day special: Kon's extended floor-focused twist on Kenny Mann & The Liquid Pleasure Band's street-beating narrative "Tin Top" first appeared on Kon & Amir's 2010 "Off Track Volume 3". Never before released on 12", BBE have added both parts of the original jam: part one's story is all about the party while part two remind us how mean the streets of Brooklyn were back in 77.
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Cat: GAMM 140. Rel: 09 Oct 19
  1. The Light Of You (Al Kent edit) (8:29)
  2. Sing A Song (Al Kent edit) (7:28)
Review: Glaswegian disco overlord Al Kent is particularly fond of dusty, hard-to-find records that combine great grooves with the kind of sugary, flowing orchestration that marks out some of the greatest late-'70s dancefloor records. It's these records that he tends to re-edit. He's at it again here on a surprise two-track GAMM outing. Check first A-side "The Light Of You", a peak-time ready Stevie cover version disco cut that adds a myriad of instrumental solos to a heavily orchestrated backing track originally recorded by latin disco soul outfit LaSo. It's rather good, all told, as is the wild flipside Latin jazz-funk workout "Sing A Song". It's pretty sweaty and even boasts some serious eyes-closed guitar solo action (along with tons of authentic South American percussion).
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Thug Rock (12")
Cat: CA 7000P. Rel: 31 Jul 19
  1. Thug Rock (6:26)
  2. Thug Rock (Chimental mix) (6:58)
Review: Glittering details, funky guitar licks and omnipresent slap bass define this 1982 disco cut from Sandy Kerr on South Carolina's Catawba Records. The artist's debut release at the time, music historians might recognise samples from I-Level's 'Give Me', which first saw the light of day in the same year as this one. While the original version is archetypal mid-era disco fare, the 'Chimental mix' on the B-side is a more club-friendly outing by today's standards, removing some of the background textures to place the focus firmly on the beats. Opting to predominantly use loops of the titular lyrics, the song itself takes far longer to fully reveal itself, creating a hypnotic effect that sits this version firmly on the 'made for dancefloors' pile. An outright albeit overlooked classic that will fit well snugly into diggers' crates.
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EP 8 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: KM 08. Rel: 14 Nov 16
  1. Ferry Home (8:32)
  2. I'm Still Qualified (7:44)
  3. Twin Magik (5:56)
Review: London-based producer Keyboard Masher has been flying out a no-nonsense brand of disco-infected grooves since 2010 on their own KM Editions label. Devoid of hype and placing the emphasis on the music, the eighth installment in this crucial series of seductive late night jams packs in more boogie than you can shake a particularly funky stick at. "Ferry Home" strikes an irresistible 80s note with its live band undercurrent, while "I'm Still Qualified" slinks down into a more sultry mood before "Twin Magjik" heads skywards on a bed of twinkling synth tones. Sweet disco tones don't come fresher than this.
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EP 7 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: KM 007. Rel: 29 Mar 16
  1. Kendo Rocks
  2. Bernie's Boogie
  3. Getting Spacey Again
Review: The first "KM Editions" EP of the year, it's another essential addition to the collection as the London editor lays down three very distinct chapters. "Kendo Rocks" pays homage to UK wrestling OG Kendo Nagasaki with feint Oriental motifs over a steady chugging, dubby groove while "Bernie's Boogie" takes us on a hazy, balmy Gainsbourg style trip. Finally we hit "Getting Spacey Again" with a juicy synth-laced, slap-bassed disco groove looped up with raw majesty. Get mashed.
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Cat: EES 019. Rel: 30 Jul 18
  1. Never Seen The Dunes (Discodromo remix) (6:40)
  2. Aura (In Flagranti remix) (6:08)
  3. Indecis (Red Axes remix) (8:08)
  4. The Quiet Before The Red Stop (Selvy remix) (5:22)
Review: Stuart Leath flexes his contacts book with an all-star cast of producers and respected scalpel artists called on to rework cuts from the recent Never Seen The Dunes EP by Khidja. Any 12" featuring the collective talents of Discodromo, In Flagranti, Red Axes and Selvy on mixing desk duties should get you excited and this crew bring the disco heat. "Never Seen The Dunes" is given the Discodromo treatment, adding pulsating bass, driving arpeggio, all while allowing the bump of the original to keeping pushing things on. This is followed by In Flagranti's inspired 'Autobahn' retake of the deeper vibes of "Aura" which is apparently a huge favourite of the label. A matured cruiser that keeps the swing, it all leads to those strings and Eastern flavours gliding over for the perfect finale. Things head darker on the reverse, with Tel Aviv's shinning stars Red Axes, manning the controls for the scatter bounce of "Indecis" for the stand out remix. Twisted vocals, brooding FX and reversed guitar all atop a mesmeric kick, things just keeps going higher and higher. Finally "The Quiet Before The Red Stop" is tweaked by Selvy of The Very Polish Cut Outs and Transatlantyk fame, adding some club bump to Khidja's Balearic original.
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  1. Khidja - "Gelatine" (7:21)
  2. Jonathan Kusuma - "Motor Melodies" (6:37)
  3. Marvin & Guy - "Juba Dance" (7:40)
  4. Kempes - "Sentimental Idiot" (6:53)
Review: Jennifer Cardini's Correspondant has firmly established itself as an 'it' label within the current indie dance scene with its eclectic grooves that span punk funk, industrial/EBM throwbacks and even a bit of melodic tech house for good measure. For its fifth compilation, the Cologne based label serves up some current scene favourites in the form of Romanian duo Khidja and their groovy and tripped out slow burner "Gelatine" and Jakarta's finest Jonathan Kusuma: who is in top form as always on the lo-slung baleraic number "Motor Melodies". On the flip, German duo Marvin & Guy take you on a cosmic styled trip on "Juba Dance" while Kempes: the new brainchild of Danny Passarella and Tom Wegg-Prosser channel their best impressions of greats such as Giorgio Moroder or Bobby Orlando on "Sentimental Idiot".
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Fajrann (40 gram vinyl 7")
Cat: ERC 067. Rel: 29 Oct 18
  1. Fajrann
  2. Ne Doute Pas (instrumental)
Review: Elaine Kibaro is a French singer who grew up in Tunisia before enjoying a reasonably productive career in the late 70s and through the 80s. Emotional Rescue caught on to her fine contributions to the disco world via the Pour L'Amour collection, and now they offer up a pair of alternative cuts that add to the overall legacy of her career peak. "Fajrann" is a re-vocalled version of Kibaro's biggest hit "Aurore" sung in Arabic, speaking to her Tunisian roots, while "Ne Doute Pas" appears in its instrumental form for those who want the punchy Linn Drum beats and dazzling synth lines in all their glory.
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  1. KIC - "You Don't Want My Love" (7:20)
  2. SPG - "Loveland" (3:24)
  3. 24 Carat Gold - "New Love" (5:40)
  4. TCB Band - "Children Of The Future" (3:53)
Review: Premier revisitations from hot to trot Parisian love station, the ninth edition continues to dig deep into the realms of the long-lost and highly collectable. The lead track, KIC's "Don't You Want My Love", for example, now fetches triple figures. Elsewhere SPG's "Loveland" is a fly-by-night falsetto funk shakedown while 24 Karat Gold's rare "New Love" struts with stunning string stabs and an energy that flares from zero to glitterball in two bars. TCB Band's "Children Of The Future" closes the sneaky session with a sweet harmonic hot chocolate soul. Blink and you'll miss it.
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Cat: DH 019. Rel: 27 Mar 19
  1. Big Fat Head (club mix) (6:40)
  2. Big Fat Head (dub mix) (6:40)
  3. Big Fat Head (instrumental mix) (6:38)
  4. Big Fat Head (Nucat remix) (8:55)
Review: Next up on Berlin via Tel Aviv's Disco Halal imprint is Kincaid: the father and son team of Neil & Joe Arthur - the senior being one half of '80s synthpop legends Blancmange. The record marks the first original production from the pair, who have previously collaborated on a string of remixes for Blancmange such as "What's The Time", "Distant Storm" and "Not A Priority" - taken from the acclaimed albums "Wanderlust" and "Unfurnished Rooms". On "Big Fat Head", the pair has found a fitting home on Moscoman's label - this slow burning and intoxicating groove will take you deep into the exotic. On the flip, the label boss and Trikk team up as Nucat for some groovy nu-disco business on the remix.
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  1. Do You Wanna Dance?
  2. Do You Wanna Dance? (instrumental)
  3. Do You Wanna Dance? (Felix Dickinson Discomix)
Review: Emotional Rescue's Miami groove revival continues with the latest instalment in their celebration of Konduko Records and the work of Noel 'King Sporty' Williams. Following the stellar "Rock Attack" and "Haven't Been Funked Enough" comes one of the strongest outings from The Ex Tras, "Do You Wanna Dance?" It's everything an early 80s Florida jam should be, all tough electro basslines, limber funk instrumentation and dubby touches in all the right places, not least on the instrumental version. Felix Dickinson comes on board for a "Discomix" that stretches the original out in all the right places for an extended pleasure ride through some of the best dance music to come out of the Sunshine State.
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Cat: RS 45008. Rel: 22 Oct 18
  1. You've Got Me Hung Up (Chris Rhythm Wooden Tom Tom Disco radio edit) (3:56)
  2. You've Got Me Hung Up (Chris Rhythm Wooden Tom Tom Disco instrumental edit) (3:38)
Review: Only 100 pressed for the world !
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 in stock $9.44
Cat: RS45 057. Rel: 07 Nov 18
  1. What I Did In The Street (3:00)
  2. What I Did In The Street (disco version) (3:40)
Review: A 45 suiting the funky northern soul sound, re-reissued here on a great sounding Record Shack release. Both highly sought after versions of "What I Did In The Street" featured here: from the raw and original Gulfstream label version, backed with the smoother, disco release that came later. Originally released in 1978 as a B side to Betty Padgett's "Tonight Is The Night", King was a Florida based vocalist and this terrific song was her sole release.
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The MBO Theme (limited 12")
Cat: BST X039. Rel: 24 Sep 18
  1. The MBO Theme (long version) (6:01)
  2. The MBO Theme (Italian version) (6:02)
Review: Best Records fire up a surefire classic from the annals of Italian dance music, crafted courtesy of Italo-disco heavyweight Klein & MBO. "The MBO Theme" was originally a hit in the nascent Chicago house scene, spun by the likes of Ron Hardy thanks to its punchy synth bass and hooky Euro-vocals. This sought-after dancefloor gem has been given a faithful remastering touch, as is the Best Records way, and they've also dug out a previously unheard edit of the track named as the "Italian Version," which stretches out the club qualities of the jam for maximum party impact.
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Cat: RHRSS 24. Rel: 19 Feb 19
  1. Klein & Mbo - "The MBO Theme" (6:02)
  2. Warrior - "The MBO Theme" (9:29)
Review: During a record digging trip to South Africa a year or two back, Rush Hour co-founder Antal stumbled on an obscure local cover of Klein & MBO's Ron Hardy and Larry Levan favourite, "The MBO Theme". The Warrior version, which was recorded at some point in the early '80s, is a little slower and breezier than Klein and MBO's original, with even finer fretless bass flavours and the track's famous melodies re-played on some particularly spacey synthesizers. Helpfully, the Klein & MBO version is on the A-side, so you can easily compare the two: Warriors' little known cover is definitely our pick of the pair.
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ESP (12")
Cat: SDE 44. Rel: 02 May 19
  1. ESP (4:41)
  2. To See You (4:54)
Review: In 1981, a multi-cultural group of young musicians headed by local lad Harbans Srih headed into a tiny eight-track studio in Walsall to record what they hoped would become their debut single. 28 years later, that single, credited to Klimate, is finally getting a release thanks to the diggers at Super Disco Edits. A-side "ESP" is an inspired chunk of Brit-funk that wraps soulful vocals, delay-laden sax solos and intricate electric piano lines around a warm and heavy, jazz-funk inspired groove. Flipside "To See You" is equally as impressive, with the action focused on rubbery slap bass, meandering sax lines, twinkling keys, reggae-soul style vocals and the kind of flash-fried guitar licks that were so common on dancefloor cuts during the period.
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Cat: MT 005. Rel: 28 Nov 16
  1. 40 Gram Beton (original mix) (6:44)
  2. 40 Gram Beton (Die Wilde Jagd remix) (7:29)
  3. 40 Gram Beton (Khidja remix) (9:24)
  4. 40 Gram Beton (radio edit) (3:56)
Review: Helmed by Asaf Samuel and Katzele, Malka Tuti transmits cosmic boogie sounds from Tel Aviv that come from lesser-known sources. On their fifth release they turn to The Kloom, a loose-fit operation of unknowns making a debut appearance with the powerful strut of "40 Gram Beton". Mixing slow disco grooves with ranging synths and warm piano notes, it's an infectious track that provides a prime jump-off point for the cast of remixers that round out the release. Die Wilde Jagd adds a more mechanical coldwave pulse to the track while Khidja gets lost in a swirling trip of a version, with the label throwing in a radio edit as a bonus on the B2.
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 in stock $7.55
  1. Love Is Always On Your Mind (10:02)
  2. Bourgie' Bourgie' (4:38)
Review: Absolute funk fire from Gladys and co; "Love Is Always On Your Mind" is arguably one of their most overlooked jams in history. Heavily swung and quite gritty in comparison to their other work, it's an instant floor display lavished with stacks of energy and groove. Flip for the heavily referenced, sampled and edited 1980 classic "Bourgie Bourgie". Silky soul disco at its finest. Another white hot reissue success from Buddah.
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The Spirit EP (1-sided 140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LIH 030. Rel: 09 Apr 18
  1. The Spirit
  2. Your Houze
Review: Koenig Saatgut supposedly appears for the first time in 15 years with this rough and ready piano house/breakbeat roller. "The Spirit" is an unabashedly big track, using a catchy 90s piano lick and sticking a brash boom bap beat underneath it. "Your Houze" is actually the smart pick here though, bringing a modernist approach to vintage, sample heavy house music. There's a whiff of French touch about this one, but mixed up with a ravey attitude that guarantees these tracks will be setting off more than a few dances.




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Timeless (12") (1 per customer)
BBE
Cat: BBE 362SLP. Rel: 03 Aug 16
  1. Kon - "Timeless" (Caserta mix) (8:10)
  2. Kon - "Timeless" (remix - Caserta mix) (5:38)
  3. Rainer Truby & Corrado Bucci presents Truccy - "Closer" (6:34)
Review: From Kon's forthcoming compilation on BBE entitled Kon & The Gang, this 12? sampler features two cuts taken from the LP and an exclusive remix from Boston producer and mix engineer Caserta, namely "Timeless" (Caserta mix)" a tasty serving of super deep and low slung disco goodness. A more functional edit for DJ use follows on "Timeless" (remix - Caserta mix)". On the flip Truccy (better known as Compost's Rainer Truby and Corrado Bucci) present "Closer", a gorgeous slo-mo house jam with a rolling groove fetauring all the good stuff: swirling Rhodes keys, groovy congas and hypnotic vox.
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Cat: DEX 5. Rel: 01 Jan 90
  1. Get Down On It (long version) (6:06)
  2. Summer Madness (original Studio version) (4:19)
Review: 80s mega classic getting a re-issue.
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Cat: RB 074. Rel: 27 Feb 19
  1. Euphoric Dreams (7:14)
  2. Miyoki (6:46)
Review: New York-based Irishman Dec Lennon aka Krystal Klear had a massive year in 2018, with the disco epic "Neutron Dance" and the terrific Club Studies EP on Hot Haus Recs. Now, the Cold Tonic boss returns to Running Back with his electrifying new trip by the name of "Euphoric Dreams" which is a fitting title for this evocative and neon-lit dance floor burner which calls to mind the best of the golden era that was the '80s. He goes deeper into the night on the flip with "Miyoki"; a delightful boogie-down number which boasts of shimmering arpeggios, steely drum computers and an all-round vintage flair - there's more to come from Lennon this year for sure.
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The Paul Breitner EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ROTHMANS 7. Rel: 08 Sep 14
  1. Ste Spandex - "Ladykiller"
  2. Ste Spandex & Kickin' Pigeon - "Fist"
  3. Ste Spandex & Metrodome - "Drinking Petrol"
Review: Rothmans is back with there 7th release and this time they pay homage to German playmaker Paul Breitner . The EP comes in the form of rising Manchester producer Ste Spandex , fresh off the back of his remix of Coyote our on Rothmans 6 , and has been recorded 100% live on analogue eqiupment , not a computer in sight !!!! . The EP finds Rothmans taking a slightly different and more up tempo vibe to it but still retains the psychadelic Nu Disco feel of many of there Earlier releases. Spandex has had a little help from his friends in the form of Kickin' Pigeon and Metrodome , both fresh out of the Manchester underground. This is Rothmans first all Manchester release and sees them really cemeting the label in there surroundings.
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Brown Curls (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LIH 027. Rel: 12 Mar 18
  1. Brown Curls
  2. Brown Curls (Nebraska remix)
  3. You Are A Star
  4. Those Moments
Review: The unstoppable Vogel machine is back on Lumberjacks with another serving of soul-soaked house goodness to warm the cockles as we step into Spring. This time around he's called on one of the great house vocalists of our times, Khalil Anthony, to lay down a vocal on "Brown Curls" that melts over Vogel's peppy, organic production. Nebraska bring a deeper, chunkier flavour to the track with their remix, and the results are just as captivating. Anthony's also on hand to croon over "You Are A Star", an equally simmering jam with more of that dusty house pressure from the deep end of the pool, while "Those Moments" finishes the record off on a funky, instrumental tip.
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  1. Dance The Blues Away (4:41)
  2. Dance The Blues Away (BB Boogie remix) (6:05)
  3. Dance The Blues Away (Julien Dyne remix) (5:25)
  4. Dance The Blues Away (Julien Dyne dub) (5:24)
Review: On the latest Lumberjacks missive Marcel Vogel invites one of the strongest house vocalists of modern times, Khalil Anthony, to lend his distinctive croon to a loose-limbed slice of low-riding funk. "Dance The Blues Away" is a gutsy, full-bodied production that shows off Vogel's instrumental skills at their strongest, and Anthony's vocal rolls on in the many-layered mix perfectly. BB Boogie injects a little disco stomp to the track for the first remix on the 12", while Julien Dyne gets to turn out a remix and a dub. Both Dyne's efforts tap into a Detroit house feeling, all dusty sample loops and a laid back, smoky mood. It's a record made up of killer soul-soaked house music from start to finish.
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  1. Von Party & Dreems - "Wet Raga" (10:21)
  2. Red Axes - "Boosha Gdola" (5:48)
  3. Dreems - "Sine 'O' The Tymes" (7:17)
  4. Nick Murray & Kris Baha - "Say Something" (7:18)
  5. Ccolo - "F33lings" (3:54)
Review: The second installment of Multi-Culti's Moon Faze Sun Gaze series is a typically psychedelic affair, with an impressive cast of producers delivering a quintet of trippy workouts. Von Party & Dreems join forces to present "Wet Raga", a spaced-out combination of delay-laden drums, space disco electronics, and Eastern mysticism. The ever-reliable Red Axes fuses heavy post-punk bass, with punchy percussion and minimal wave melodies on the excellent "Boosha Gdola", while Dreems go solo on the weirdo acid-electro bubbler "Sine O'The Tymes". Nick Murray and Kris Baha underpin psychedelic disco electronics with the heavyweight throb of house on "Say Something", before Cocolo draws proceedings to a close with the pitched-down shuffle of analogue wobbler "F33lings".
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 in stock $10.52
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Independent Dancer (limited gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: RUMP 002-1. Rel: 01 Jul 13
  1. Purple Rose
  2. Let The Good Times Roll (feat AC Kupper)
  3. Independent Dancer
  4. Fresh & Foolish (feat Sarah Palin)
  5. Afterhour
  6. Desperate Man (feat Khan)
  7. Das Haus Am Fluss
  8. Brooklyn 55
  9. Wanzka
Review: DJ, producer, multi-instrumentalist, singer... Kalabrese's talents know no bounds. Naturally his range is equally bountiful, but nothing in his past discography matches the colour, warmth and scope of this extensive second album. Ranging from the WhoMadeWho style lollops of the title track to the ghostly Blakey echoes of "Das Haus Am Fluss", the Zurich-based artist has polished his technique with finesse. With a delivery that's not far off a young Byrne, and an ability to conjure up some very interesting studio sounds (case in point: the fluctuating bass on "Makossa"), Kalabrese has hit a rich vein of form. Available as a special gatefold vinyl and CD package, this is a very wise investment opportunity.
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Cat: WEIRD 062CD. Rel: 12 Oct 18
  1. China Eddie
  2. Emotions In Motion
  3. Outside
  4. This World
  5. Ballad Of A Cloud
  6. Night Chef
  7. Conceptual Mediterranean (part 1)
  8. People In The Centre In The City
  9. Fortune Cookie
  10. Lullaby
Review: Jaakko Eino Kalevi is a Finnish musician that grew up in Jyvaskyla. He started to release music in 2007 and has gone on recently to play on David Byrne's recent American Utopia album, and in 2016 was invited to join the line-up of cult Belgian new-wave band Aksak Maboul for a run of shows. His first self-titled album on Domino sublabel Weird World back in 2015 was shortlisted for the sixth Nordic Music Prize. For his follow up here, the 34 year old Kalevi explores the concept of living in an age of constant connectivity, and how 'switching off' has become one of the great luxuries. He explores what he calls this 'essential, blissed out' state across this wonderful collection of songs.
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