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Something New & Remixed (feat Glenn Underground & Art Of Tones)
Soul Underground (Dave's original mix) (6:54)
I Want To See You Dance (Art Of Tones remix) (6:54)
Windy City Theme (GU’s Orchestra Electronica mix) (7:56)
It’s Got To Be Love (reprise) (3:44)
Soul Underground (acappella) (5:13)
Review: Dave Lee's Z Records has always joined the dots between the best of disco past, present and future and this latest 12" is another such sublime gem. This EP opens up with a brand new cut 'Soul Underground', which takes takes a train journey to some of the most famous clubs of the disco era over a warm, bumping, string heavy backing track. Art Of Tones mix of 'I Want To See You Dance' is a funkier number with hip-swinging claps & layers of energy. Things get super smooth with 'Windy City Theme' (Glenn Underground's Orchestra Electronica mix) - an irresistibly cosmic remix of one of the most popular cuts from the Metamorphosis album. Add in the lush orchestral reprise & handy acappella and you have a joyous EP to behold.
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Played by: Dave Lee ZR, Pete Haigh
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Times Are Changing
Cat: RNTR 068. Rel: 09 Jul 24
Times Are Changing (5:07)
Times Are Changing (instrumental) (5:06)
Times Are Changing (Harvey Sutherland mix) (6:37)
Review: Tom Noble is renowned for his vinyl digging prowess as well as being the head of the Superior Elevation Records. Now he unveils his House Of Spirits alias with the debut single from an upcoming album on Razor-N-Tape. 'Times Are Changing' previews an album spanning nearly 15 years of work and one that blends modern-retro soul with nods to the Mizell Brothers and Patrick Adams. Recorded with live instrumentation and tailored for the dance floor, the limited 12" features an extended original and instrumental on side A, and a dynamic remix by Australian synth maestro Harvey Sutherland on side B. Infectious vocals and rich instrumentation, what's not to love?
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Scruniversal Latina
Cat: SCRU 005. Rel: 08 Jul 24
Unknown Artist - "This Kind Of Latin Rhythm" (6:28)
Thierry Tomas - "Samba" (Courtesy Of Jump Recordings) (7:23)
Funkyjaws - "Tanga" (short version) (5:02)
Scruscru - "Juicy Brass" (5:00)
Frank Virgilio - "Portrait Of You" (5:09)
Review: Scruinversal is back for another vinyl outing and this one takes the form of a reissue of some of the label head's favourite tunes. An unknown artist is behind the sunny shuffle and big horns of 'This Kind Of Latin Rhythm' while Thierry Tomas's 'Samba' is a shuffling house cut laden with glorious piano work. Funkyjaws then offers up his take on tango, Scruscru layers up the rhythms and percussion on 'Juicy Brass' and Frank Virgilio's 'Portrait Of You' shuts down with a deeper late-night feel. These are some superbly effective Latina house jams to drop on the hottest of days and balmiest of nights.
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Feel It For Yourself
Cat: ATA 035NO. Rel: 18 Jul 24
Feel It For Yourself (feat KOG) (11:15)
Feel It For Yourself (feat KOG - vocal edit) (4:14)
Feel It For Yourself (Smoove rework) (8:22)
Review: Infectious 70s Afrobeat vibes, courtesy of Kweku Sackey and his dynamic backing vocalists, pulsating with rhythmic depth - imagine Manu Dibango infused with Tony Allen's rhythmic flair and you're close. Richard Ormrod's crafty alto sax solo adds instrumental brilliance and with options like a shorter vocal version for quick hits and a DJ Smoove dancefloor remix for extended groove sessions, 'Feel It For Yourself' caters to diverse tastes and occasions. Whether spinning the extended Afrobeat masterpiece or the electrifying remix, DJs and listeners alike will find plenty to love in this vibrant, soulful release that demands to be felt.
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75th Release Special: XPRESS Remix Vol 5
75th Release Special: XPRESS Remix Vol 5 (limited light blue vinyl 12")
Cat: XPRESS 75. Rel: 16 Jul 24
Golden Gate - "Shine Like The Sun" (The Reflex Revision) (8:03)
The Wild Violets - "Sunrise" (Dr Packer remix) (7:06)
Bustin' Loose & Magnolia - "Paradise" (feat Catalina - Hot Toddy remix) (7:00)
Magnolia - "Deep Inside My Soul" (feat Elliot Chapman - John Morales remix) (7:57)
Review: Celebrating its milestone 75th release, The Disco Express delivers an essential collection with four heavyweight remixes by The Reflex, Dr Packer, Hot Toddy, and John Morales. The 75th Release Special highlights the label's finest talent, reimagining original tracks into top-tier nu-disco, electronic and soulful house sounds. This limited edition turquoise blue vinyl, pressed in just 500 copies, is a meticulously crafted gem. Each remix breathes new life into the label's back catalogue. This is disco for 21st-century dancefloors and The Disco Express show no signs of slowing down.
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Played by: THE REFLEX
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Make Me Move
Cat: TBE 719. Rel: 11 Jul 24
Make Me Move (feat Chelsea 'Chesta' Blake - Boogie version) (4:50)
Here's To You (feat Jolie Davenport) (4:39)
Review: As E Live, Eli Hurwitz is such a big part of the Star Creature Universal Vibrations family that they gave him his own sub-label, Elivity Records. His latest fantastic 45 doesn't appear on either of those imprints, but rather parent label Tugboat Editions. For those who like authentic-sounding revivalist boogie, we'd recommend picking this up - both tracks are re-inventions of old tunes with E Live's colourful, synth-powered twist. Check first 'Make Me Move', where glossy female vocals rise above a squelchy bassline, shimmering synths and unfussy drum machine percussion. Even better though is Hurwitz's flip-side cover of Skyy classic 'Here's To You' - a boogie gem that he re-invents as as a deeper, smoother and dreamier slab of neo-boogie squelchiness.
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Played by: Thomas wood
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Lahatz (7")
Cat: FOSSIL 005. Rel: 22 Jul 24
Lahatz (4:01)
Kerem (3:10)
Review: The Fossils label has been unearthing more musical treasure for its fifth outing, and this one takes you directly to the Middle East for some twisted disco-funk with red hot grooves courtesy of Fava Luva & Dr. Professor. The source of the tunes is obscure and unknown but the pair bring plenty of their own goodness with additional layers of live instrumentation really bring them to life. 'Lahatz' is steamy and full of sensuous vocal magic and cosmic synth work that will get the floor into action, while 'Kerem' is even more topical and exotic with its rich array of strong melodies and downtempo beats making for a woozy and wonderful trip.

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Played by: Voodoocuts
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Brazil Party
Brazil Party (limited hand-stamped yellow vinyl 7" 再プレス)
Cat: 45 N. Rel: 03 Jul 24
N (3:31)
NN (3:05)
Review: Moar, the stage name for French producer Jerome Potin, takes us on a musical journey to Brazil with his Brazil Party EP. This captivating fusion of Latin, funk, and soul exudes a vibrant energy that transports listeners to the heart of a lively Brazilian fiesta. The track opens with a strong vocal, its island-infused melodies weaving a tapestry of exotic rhythms. Moar's skillful blend of funk and disco elements creates an infectious groove that propels the music forward. The B-side is even more smooth (a cover version of 'Beijo' by Earth Wind and Fire) with the Latin aura and a disco euphoria that is unmatched. The result is a sound that is both nostalgic and refreshingly modern, capturing the essence of Brazilian musical traditions while infusing them with a contemporary flair.

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Love Is Stronger Than Pride (remixes)
Cat: CM 05. Rel: 03 Jul 24
Love Is Stronger Than Pride (GT Hot remix) (7:26)
Love Is Stronger Than Pride (B Boys Basement mix) (5:50)
Love Is Stronger Than Pride (Mouse T club mix) (5:33)
Love Is Stronger Than Pride (Master & Pupil mix) (5:24)
Review: Sade is one of those artists that people just cannot resist remixing. Her voice is silky smooth and sultry so is well suited to seductive deep house reworks. And that is just what we get here with four different takes on 'Love Is Stronger Than Pride'. The GT Hot remix opens with deft pads and airy beats, the B-Boys Basement mix gets more physical and jacked up with raw percussion and the Mouse T club mix brings some old-school house feels. Last of all is the most smoky and rich as the Master & Pupil mix layers in sustained chords and dynamic depth.
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Played by: DJ Mau Mau
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One Way Or The Other EP
Cat: DOG 99. Rel: 08 Jul 24
One Way (6:29)
Spare Change (6:29)
Backlash (6:31)
The Other (6:11)
Review: Astonishingly, 16 years have now passed since Craig Smith and Graeme Clark (best-known for his solo work as the Revenge) first joined forces as 6th Borough Project. Here the slow house-turned-deep house duo continue their productive partnership with Freerange Records offshoot Delusions of Grandeur, in the process delivering their first EP of 2024. They set the tone with hard-wired, disco-flecked, sample-rich house jam 'One Way', a near perfect example is creating maximum impact by manipulating a small selection of killer loops, before opting a few subtle nods to dub disco on the slow-build brilliance of 'Spare Change'. They opt for a more psychedelic - if no less hypnotic - and acid-flecked tip on 'Backlash', which also makes great use of an orchestrated breakdown, while 'The Other' is a deliciously deep slow-house workout reminiscent of their early work.
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Is It Love You're After
Cat: GCV 021. Rel: 09 Jul 24
Is It Love You're After (Danny Krivit 12" extended edit) (7:22)
Is It Love You're After (Da Lukas 12" extended mix) (7:03)
Is It Love You're After (12" mix) (8:01)
Is It Love You're After (dub 12" mix) (6:22)
Review: The latest must-check release from Micky More and Andy Tee's Groove Culture label dials down their usual groovy disco-house vibe in favour of a more expansive orchestrated disco sound (think Salsoul Orchestra), made in cahoots with DJ Meme Orchestra and topped off with a fine lead vocal from long-serving dance music chanteuse Angela Johnson. You'll find the original mix and the duo's own dub - a more groove-based affair that makes great use of a surging horn break - on the second side, with two headline-grabbing on the first. Danny Krivit delivers a typically well executed and club-ready 're-edit', while Da Lukas offers a heavier and more percussive rework that should please house-heads and disco freaks alike.
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Played by: Moplen
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Like A Tattoo (remixes)
Cat: CM 06. Rel: 03 Jul 24
Like A Tattoo (remix) (8:33)
Smooth Operator (remix) (7:16)
Review: British-Nigerian singer-songwriter Sade is rightly celebrated for her sultry voice and timeless hits like 'Smooth Operator' and 'No Ordinary Love.' Her music blends soul, jazz and r&b with its sensual melodies and poetic lyrics and so is a great fit for deep house reworks, A bunch of them have all dropped with us and this one licks off with 'Like A Tattoo', an airy cut with some gorgeous keys and plenty of loved up vibes. Meanwhile on the flip is a new version of the most iconic of them all - 'Smooth Operator' (remix) still has the erotic sax notes and great vocals, but more upbeat drums to get cosy parties moving.
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Love To The World (reissue)
Cat: SP 12515. Rel: 21 Jun 24
Love To The World (LP version) (4:51)
Love To The World (Joey Negro Mizell Magic mix) (8:36)
Review: 'Love To The World', a sumptuously opulent and heavily orchestrated disco-soul number, transformed the fortunes of L.T.D - and their freshly appointed lead vocalist, Jeffrey Osborne - on its initial release in 1976. Here the full-length version of the track gets the reissue treatment for the first time in a while, with the band's gorgeous original mix (produced by none other than Larry and Fonce Mizzell) being backed by a fresh rub by house master turned disco king Dave Lee. The Z Records founder makes the most of the band's original vocals and instrumentation (admittedly with the addition of splashes of reverb and delay) on a seemingly re-constructed 'Mizzell Magic Mix' that brilliantly stretches out the cut by stripping back the orchestration and other musical elements at key points. It's a genuinely brilliant rework.
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Saturday Night (remixes)
Cat: VR 221. Rel: 16 Jul 24
Saturday Night (Louie Vega remix) (8:35)
Saturday Night (Louie Vega instrumental) (9:06)
Saturday Night (Louie Vega OG remix) (5:43)
Saturday Night (Louie Vega Guitar dub) (9:44)
Review: Jose James is one of the most velvet voices in contemporary jazz singing. He also has history of working with one of deep house's finest having done an album with the great Moodymann. Louie Vega, meanwhile, is one of the most decorated house artists of all time, so seems like a perfect man to remix James. He offers up four versions of the American's 'Saturday Night' with the first being a percussive, loose-limbed and soulful sound. An OG Mix and instrumental also make the cut as does a Louie Vega remix Guitar dub to bring some extra depth to the EP.
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Reborn EP
Reborn EP (12")
Cat: TOYT 164. Rel: 19 Jul 24
Guapita (7:29)
I Like It, I Wanna It (extended version) (5:21)
Keep On (6:12)
Loop Story (5:50)
Review: Since making his name late last decade with a string of re-edit releases, Italian DJ/producer Paul Older (real name Paolo Vecchiato) has been edging towards original production. This EP on the mighty Toy Tonics imprint is his most ambitious and - we think - impressive set of 'originals' to date. For proof, check excitable opener 'Guapita', where relentless synth-horn refrains dance atop a loopy disco-house beat, the horn-heavy, Blaxpolitation funk-sampling sweatiness of 'Keep On', and the house-meets-sleazy disco sensuality of 'I Like It, I Want It (Extended Mix)'. Arguably best of all, though, is the hybrid nu-disco/proto-house/disco-house headiness of closing cut 'Loop Story'.
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The Tugboat Editions EP
Cat: SC 1248. Rel: 18 Jul 24
Love Dancing (3:40)
Robots (4:33)
Ready Or Not (4:41)
Rule The World (4:45)
Funk Over Egypt (4:22)
Can't Hold Back (3:56)
Review: Temu's debut on Star Creature follows a successful run with sister label Tugboat Editions, which released three sought-after 7"s over the past decade. This Giant 12" EP brings those rare covers to a larger format for more handy DJ deployment. The A-Side includes Temu's vital new take on the classic 'Is It All Over My Face?', plus a body-popping cover of Kraftwerk's 'We Are The Robots,' and a funky version of Herbie Hancock's 'Ready or Not.' The B Side showcases Temu's versatility with a cover of Tears for Fears, a Talkbox groove rendition of the Jones Girls, and a nod to Kano all of which make this is must-have for funk heads.
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Played by: Dave Lee ZR
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Rave Du Brazil/Primavera
Cat: SCRULSD 002. Rel: 06 Oct 23
Tony Lavrutz & Scruscru - "Rave Du Brazil" (4:12)
Scruscru & Los Protos - "Primavera" (3:47)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: You know that long hot days are fast approaching when it is Brazilian music that you crave. Thankfully the Scruniversal has got us covered with a second release that is as scorching as the first. It pairs MPB, samba and Latin flair with hard-edged hip-hop and funk stylings across a pair of tunes from Scruscru, each one a different collaboration. The first is alongside Tony Lavrutz and has gorgeous vocals and organic percussion paired with cut-up beats and jazzy keys that will ignite any floor on 'Rave Du Brazil.' It is Los Protos's jazz funk groover 'Primavera' that gets the good vibes going on the flip.
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Last Night Changed It All
Cat: BIS88 01. Rel: 22 Jul 24
Last Night Changed It All (edit)
I'm Gonna Love You (edit)
Review: The new Bishop 88 imprint hits gold from the off here as they offer up an edit of 'Last Night Changed It All' by Esther Williams, a track famously sampled by numerous artists like Boogie Down Productions and Public Enemy. It is a drum-heavy version of a funky tune with conversational melodies and blissful soul vocals next to swooning strings. On the flip is an edit of 'I'm Gonna Love You Just A Little More, Baby' - originally by Kellee Patterson - which itself is a rendition of Barry White's original. These are classy and sophisticated soul sounds for serious heads.

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A Lil Respect
Cat: CS 008. Rel: 03 Jun 24
A Lil Respect (3:21)
A Step Too Far Away (4:14)
Review: Nicholas Bicycle is Nick Bike when in music mode and his next ride takes him deep into the world of the Queen of Soul. Once there he turns out a pair of crucial remixes that will slip right into the upper echelons of your collection. Up first is his take on Aretha's Tramp classic 'A Lil Respect' which comes on strong with more heavy and floor-ready drums. Flip it over and you will find 'A Step Too Far Away' which goes from early evening soul to a nice early evening stepper to get the crowd in the groove.
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Danse Cette Zik (reissue)
Cat: HPI 001. Rel: 12 Jul 24
Danse Cette Zik (4:16)
Atlas (6:17)
Venus S'endort Et Moi Avec Elle (3:58)
Soweto (3:59)
Pas De Saints Au Paradis (7:35)
Le Chant Des Creatures (3:15)
Port Royale (4:07)
Review: Danse Cette Zik by Parbleu, released on Periodica Records, is a fascinating journey through equatorial grooves and multicultural influences. The debut LP from this mysterious ensemble offers a blend of dynamic disco, futuristic funk and cinematic jazz fusion infused with Caribbean dub, Latin tropicalia and Afrobeat rhythms. From soulful serenades to mystical chants and expressive diva performances, the album's evocative instrumentals and breathtaking vocals create a mesmerizing tapestry of sound. Funky guitars, reggae riffs and jazz-rock solos interplay with fusion synthesizers and island-inspired percussion, while basslines pulse with 70s fusion fire and Italo synth-funk grooves. Expertly crafted at West Hill Studio, Danse Cette Zik is an imagined world of exotic landscapes, perfect for coastal paradises, desert vistas, or moonlit nightclub escapades. It's a thrilling adventure in sonic exploration that showcases Parbleu's unique blend of musical influences and creative vision.
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Keep On Dancing (Feat NAD mix & dub)
Cat: ERC 145. Rel: 15 Jul 24
Keep On Dancing (6:18)
Keep On Dancing (NAD Discomix) (8:07)
Keep On Dancing (NAD Discodub) (5:55)
Review: Emotional Rescue continues its love affair with Glen Ricks here by reissuing his solo debut release. 'Keep On Dancing' is a cult and hugely coveted cut that fuses disco and reggae in some style. Ricks had a first successful musical career in The Fabulous Flames then moved between Canada and Jamaica and eventually got stuck into music in earnest again in the Caribbean. He wrote this one with writer and producer Chris Stanley and it came out first on 7" in 1981, then on 12" a year later. It has a superbly soulful vocal and a groove full of subtle bump that is sure to bring joy to any dancefloor. Idjut Boys' Dan Tyler also adds his own spin under his NAD alias for a more heavy and dub-laden take.

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Disco Dubplate Demos
Disco Dubplate Demos (limited green vinyl 12")
Cat: DDD 1000. Rel: 18 Jul 24
Afro Disco (9:09)
Come On & Groove It (9:27)
Review: Whereas most record label prefer to revel in the idea of the finished project, a smaller cohort still prefers to play up the idea of the cutting room floor, the dubplate, the manuscript, the demo. Whilst dubstep might've revived the dubplates trend for a more contemporary listener, US imprint Disco Dub Demos (how apt) know all too well that of the earliest forms of this "rawness fetishism" in music emerged from disco. Here the label-born moniker African Duplate lays down four ultra-utilitarian tools that shoot squarely for the essence of - they name it - 'Afro Disco'. On the B-side also comes a worthy, somewhat haunting flip track, 'Come On & Groove It'.
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I Believe In Miracles
I Believe In Miracles (limited translucent yellow vinyl 7" 再プレス)
Cat: LMNKVLD 67. Rel: 04 Jul 24
I Believe In Miracles (3:30)
No Nos Pararan (6:48)
Review: In 2011, Banda Achilifunk & OJO served up Gitano Real, one of the year's most essential albums. It was caned far and wide by funk lovers, in particular Craig Charles on his 6 Music show. Now, two cover versions taken from the essential album have been pressed to limited edition translucent yellow vinyl. First up, 'I Believe in Miracles' is an overwhelming take on the Jackson Sisters classic with plenty of happy Latin vibes and rumba funk rhythms. Flip it over for a more abstract version of McFadden and Whitehead's seminal 'Ain't No Stoping Us Now' which is a soulful disco number packed with sunshine.
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Tags: Disco Funk | Latin | Latin Funk | Spanish
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Felix Leo
Cat: MXMRK 2067. Rel: 04 Jul 24
Felix Leo (5:05)
In Love (5:19)
Review: Mr. K Edits' latest release caters to roller skaters and groove enthusiasts alike. It features two mid-tempo tracks uniquely edited by the studio scalpel master himself as they make their debut on 45rpm. First is Rodney Franklin's 'Felix Leo,' which was originally overshadowed by his hit 'The Groove.' It unfolds with hypnotic chords trimmed to their essence and unfolds at a gradual, majestic pace with captivating and lush strings making it all the immersive. Second up is Prince's early gem 'In Love' which showcases his instrumental prowess with drums, bass, guitar, and creamy synth lines. Mr. K extends the mix seamlessly, enhancing its danceable rhythm and timeless appeal with his usual class.
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Devoilez Vous
Cat: LENG 068. Rel: 21 Jun 24
Devoilez-Vous (T-Kutt's Am-Fm club mix) (8:02)
Devoilez-Vous (dub) (7:56)
Island Boogie (Mudd remix) (6:01)
La Cassette (dub instrumental) (9:25)
Review: Andy Meecham's forthcoming ninth album as the Emperor Machine, Island Boogie, is a genuine treat - a wonderfully colourful and effects-laden trip into what the former Bizarre Inc and Chicken Lips man calls 'electronic cosmic disco-boogie'. To get us all in the Mood, Leng have served up this EP of dubs and remixes. In the latter category you'll find a superb, piano solo-laden proto-house rework of 'Devoilez-Vous' by fellow Stafford act T Kutt, and a typically warm, languid Balearic disco interpretation of 'Island Boogie' by Leng co-founder Mudd. Meecham delivers two wonderfully skeletal, wayward and trippy instrumental dubs, lightly transforming 'Devoilez-Vous' and 'La Cassette' in turn. In a word: essential.
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AST 001
AST 001 (12")
Cat: AST 001. Rel: 09 Jul 24
The Janja (Magic Jams remix) (5:59)
The Wonder (Magic Jams edit) (5:47)
The Enemy (Noema remix) (7:27)
The Zebra (Noema remix) (4:51)
Review: Those with good memories may remember Noema's African Shakedown imprint - it released two fine collections of Afro-fired re-edits in 2012 and 2013 respectively. Here it returns for the first time since with another strong four-tracker of reworks from the main man and the mysterious 'Magic Jams'. Opener 'The Janja (Magic Jams remix)' is a cheery, rolling and gently funky Afro-disco workout, while 'The Wander (Magic Jams edit)' offers a tight, chunky and guitar-rich dance through Afro-funk territory. Over on side B, Noema's 'The Enemy' remix is a gorgeous, sun-soaked Highlife shuffler and EP highlight 'The Zebra (Noema remix)' is a lightly dubbed-out, mid-80s synth workout peppered with echoing organ licks, squelchy riffs and atmospheric fretless bass.
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The Owl & Posse EP
Cat: OWL 011. Rel: 01 Jul 24
Pete Le Freq - "The Way Down" (5:55)
The Owl - "JBs Funk" (4:39)
Fingerman & Chewy Rubs - "Revolution NY" (5:26)
Monsieur Van Pratt - "Guaranteed" (5:14)
Review: The Owl & Posse EP brings together several artists on one fresh 12" that explores many Leftfield disco sounds and adjacent grooves. Pete Le Freq opens things up with the vocal-infused disco-funk of 'The Way Down' complete with splashy cymbals and elastic bass. The Owl's 'JBs Funk' is a horn-led jam that draws its samples from James Brown and Fingerman & Chewy Rubs's 'Revolution NY' has some big synth strings and unifying vocal calls over a nice organic rhythm. Monsieur Van Pratt's 'Guaranteed' is a pure good time groove with joy in its bones and soul in the lung-busting diva vocals.
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Tags: Disco Funk
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Fallen Love (Woo Woo)
Fallen Love (Woo Woo) (7" 再プレス)
Cat: PSR 004. Rel: 05 Jul 24
Cutso - "Fallen Love (Woo Woo)" (4:22)
Excel - "Had To Shut You Down" (4:08)
Review: Private Stock Records is slowly but surely building up a golden catalogue of funk magic. This fourth EP is another high-class double dose that opens with Cutso's 'Fallen Love (Woo Woo)', a swirling slow burner of a tune with heavy, languid drums and twisted vocal samples that eventually coalesce into a warming party vibe. Excel's 'Had To Shut You Down' is a glorious soul gem with lush Philly strings and ornamental arrangements that raise your spirits and elevate your mood with its seductive grooves, not to mention a classic r&b vocal sample.
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Disco Edit
Disco Edit (limited hand-stamped orange vinyl 7")
Cat: 45L O. Rel: 04 Jun 24
O (4:48)
OO (4:57)
Review: Two perfect party starters from the world of funky disco. Moar is behind the classy edits on the 45 Loves label and first up is the low-slung and steamy funky sleaze of 'O' with its neat guitar riffs and hip-swinging claps. The buttery smooth vocal is the perfect icing on the cake. Flip it over and you will find a stone cold classic that is pure bait for dancers. 'OO' is a neat, tight and funky jam popularised by a classic ad from years gone by and it still sounds super fresh with its noodling bass and wet claps, hooky vocals and warm chords.
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Comb Edits
Cat: ITTY 04. Rel: 03 Apr 24
Por Amor (7" mix)
Por Amor (dub mix)
Review: Comb Edits is, at least in our world, officially the best thing to come out of Norwich since Colman's Mustard (or perhaps Justin Fashanu). The hush-hush project has been serving up occasional must-have re-edits for a while, with some of their earliest releases becoming in-demand items on the second-hand market. 'Por Amor', which opened the mystery editor's first EP in 2021, is probably the most sought-after scalpel job of the lot. It's a light-touch rework of a gorgeous slow-motion and sun-splashed Latin cover of a Bobby Caldwell classic - the kind of thing that disco, soul and Balearic heads will love. This reissue presents two new tweaks: a slightly shortened (but no less gorgeous 7"-mix), and a stripped-back, bass-heavy and delay-laden 'dub mix' that's especially essential. Don't sleep!
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AG 01
AG 01 (12")
Cat: AG 01. Rel: 24 Jun 24
Astrud Got It All (7:24)
Hey Gwen (5:52)
California, Shake It (6:17)
Believe In You (6:21)
Review: Berlin's Jack Tennis is back and knocking it out of the park once more with a quartet of funky and floor-filling tunes. He's already impressed with his work on the likes of Midnight Riot and Too Slow To Disco and now steps out on his owner label Art Groupie. 'Astrud Got It All' kicks off with hefty drums and raw horns as well as some bright strings and a seductive vocal, while 'Hey Gwen' is more carefree, slow, sun kissed and sublime with its lazy horns and mid-tempo grooves. Then comes an edit 'California, Shake It' which is loose-limbed and free-flowing, and closer 'Believe in You' is an upbeat stomper with nice flute leads and old school soul vocal goodness.
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Miles Away: One
Cat: MALP 001. Rel: 20 Jun 24
Idris Muhammad - "I'm A Believer" (5:12)
True Transfusion & Linco - "No Communication" (part 1) (5:25)
Uneda Dennard & The Shandells Band - "Fantasy Ride" (3:47)
Sold Gold Revue - "She's So Good" (feat Ray Crumley) (4:03)
Eugene Smiley & The Essence Of Love - "Yes It's You" (3:24)
Ruth Waters & The State Of Mind Show Band - "Superstar" (extended version) (6:30)
Oscar Lopez Ruiz - "Las Venganzas De Beto Sanchez" (2:07)
Paulina Viroga - "Vale Volar" (3:44)
Laine August - "Be My Friend" (2:46)
Colour - "Deeper" (3:22)
Margaret Singana - "Why Did You Do It" (3:32)
Bimbo E I Milionari - "Milionbimbo" (Ric Piccolo edit) (4:29)
Milan Kymlicka - "It's Over" (3:37)
Review: Miles Away: One, curated by label founder Dom Ore, is a soulful journey spanning continents, eras, and genres. Rooted in soul, this compilation seamlessly blends legendary musical figures with lesser-known gems, creating a cohesive listening experience. Disc one kicks off with Idris Muhammad's spiritual-jazz masterpiece 'I'm A Believer,' leading into modern soul and disco selections that showcase Miles Away's reputation. Highlights include Eugene Smiley's rare crossover-soul track 'Yes It's You' and Solid Gold Revue's infectious dance cut 'She's So Good.' The compilation also features enduring soul funk like 'No Communication' by True Transfusion and gospel-infused sounds like 'Fantasy Ride' by Uneda Dennard. Disc two takes a different turn, offering soundtrack and library music cuts alongside eclectic finds like Laine August's electro-pop gem 'Be My Friend' and Colour's stripped-back street-soul track 'Deeper.' The set concludes with Margaret Singana's timeless cover of Stretch's 'Why Did You Do It.' Painstakingly researched and officially licensed, each track is accompanied by in-depth liner notes, honoring the artists and their music. Miles Away: One is a worthy addition to any collection.
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Roots & Culture/Possibelle
Cat: SCRULSD 004. Rel: 10 Jun 24
Roots & Culture (4:20)
Possibelle (4:15)
Review: DJ Cat comes through on Scruniversal here as the young label continues to go from strength to strength early in its existence. This time he serves up some re-edits and reworks of old and rare records from Scru's friends' collections. Up first is 'Roots & Culture' which is a languid funk workout with Prince style vocals bring some libidinous vibes up top while sci-fi synths and raw claps and perc all flesh out the groove. 'Possibelle' then cuts loose on a much more laid back and steamy summer vibe with the sort of chords that have you laying back in the park and staring up at a cloudless sky.
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Sorry! We Did Something Different! (feat Odopt/Smagghe & Cross/Inigo Vontier mixes)
Che Che (extended version) (4:46)
Che Che (The Horsemen Of Housing & Commercial Services rework) (4:19)
Oh Lord Feat. Abramov (club version) (8:04)
Che Che (Odopt X__ B__ remix) (6:32)
I Must Not Fear (Inigo Vontier remix) (6:20)
Rounded With A Sleep (Smagghe & Cross remix) (7:27)
Review: Simple Symmetry are back on Calypso for a second offering but this time around it's in a different format. They've enlisted remixes of tracks from their Sorry We Did Something Wrong album which first landed back in 2021 as a self-released project, which won over many fans with a sound that went way beyond the club and now gets repurposed for the dancefloor with extended and club versions. The Horsemen Of Housing & Commercial Services rework of 'Che Che' is a dark disco classic, Smaghhe & Cross rework 'Rounded With A Sleep' into something taught and trippy and INigo Vontier layers in plenty of darkness, grit and grime to his take on 'I Must Not Fear'.
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Couldn't Love You More (remixes)
Couldn't Love You More (remixes) (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: MR 02R. Rel: 03 Jul 24
Couldn't Love You More (mix 1) (10:27)
Couldn't Love You More (mix 2) (8:13)
Couldn't Love You More (mix 3) (8:10)
Review: 'Couldn't Love You More' is one of the most iconic songs from one of the most iconic soul singers of her generation. It is such a sweet tune that it is perfect for reworking into a lovely deep house framework. And that is exactly what we have here as some mysterious artist who for obvious reasons wants to be unnamed reworks it three different ways. Mix 1 keeps the lush, lazy chords in place and sprinkles in some deft percussion. Mix 2 is a subtle tweak that has a little more drive and edge to it and Mix 3 completes the package with another deft touch that is sure to get floors all loved up.
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Music Makes The World Go 'Round
Cat: ES 096LP. Rel: 18 Jul 24
Music Makes The World Go 'Round (4:14)
Music Makes The World Go 'Round (instrumental) (3:30)
Review: Numero's Hottest Sounds Around collection captures obscure late-70s grooves from the Greater Antilles. Trinidad's Stan Chaman's Semp label delivered Wilfred Luckie's quirky 'My Thing' and the Hamilton Brothers' calypso-disco hit 'Music Makes The World Go 'Round' in 1978. Meanwhile, across the sea, Frank Penn's G.B.I studio recorded Stephen Colebrook's Doobie Brothers-inspired 'Stay Away From Music,' appealing to cruise ship audiences. All three tracks are packaged in a custom Numero sleeve, echoing the design of Edward Seaga's influential Caribbean music label, WIRL (West Indies Records Ltd.). This compilation revives the vibrant, eclectic sounds of the late 70s, providing a fresh look at the music that once enlivened the Caribbean scene.
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Played by: Voodoocuts
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De Mixes Vol 8
Cat: LFM 008. Rel: 02 Jul 24
If You Want Me To (6:10)
Butterflies (4:40)
Rome Elettronico (4:40)
Let's Dance (3:47)
Review: Under the Loveface alias, veteran producers Lee Whitney and Simon Greatbatch have thus far delivered a septet of 'De-Mixes' EPs featuring effortlessly good dubs, re-animations and re-edits of killer cuts from the 1980s (think boogie, synth-pop, freestyle, electro and proto-house). Their eighth EP is another superb collection, with the duo first delivering a fine Prince rework (the lightly dubbed and synth-heavy 'If You Want Me To'), before putting their stamp on a lesser-celebrated, synth-heavy Paul McCartney cut from the mid 1980s ('Butterflies'). Over on the flip, 'Rome Elettronico' adds warm Italian house sounds to an Italo-disco style groove and 'Let's Dance' gives what sounds like an Italo-disco record the Balearic house treatment.
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Back In Time
Cat: AJX 801S. Rel: 10 Jul 24
Back In Time (radio mix) (2:51)
Walk Away (3:48)
Review: Dee C Lee returns with a brand-new single, 'Back In Time,' following her acclaimed comeback album Just Something. This special 7" vinyl features a new radio mix of the album's opening track, highlighting its slick, disco-tinged soul, making it an ideal summer soundtrack. The Side-2, 'Walk Away,' written with Style Council's Mick Talbot, has already become a fan favorite. Limited to 500 copies, this release comes in a striking picture sleeve featuring a new portrait of Dee by Will Parsons and a classic Acid Jazz disc label.
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Tags: Soul Disco
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Ain't Shocka
Cat: CS 009. Rel: 24 Jun 24
Ain't Shocka (4:19)
Shocka King (4:02)
Review: Nicholas Bicycle aka Nick Bike hops on some fine rhythms once more here for the Chosen Spokes label. As always he deals only in pure gold and this time he reworks a classic 80s gem into two different versions. Already well road-tested by the likes of DJ Marky in Brazil to great results, this 7" is pure bait for summer sessions. 'Ain't Shocka' is the first version with chattery claps and plenty of the original vocals and melodies left in place over funk drums. 'Shocka King' gives it a much brighter make over with melodies shipped in from another 80s disco gem by Evelyn "Champagne" King to make it even more irresistible.
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Undercover Lovers Vol 3
Cat: UCL 003. Rel: 20 Jun 24
I Feel Love (7:09)
I Can't Go For That (7:40)
Review: Psychemagik's Undercover Lovers Vol 3 delivers a masterful reinterpretation of dance classics with a twist. On the A-side-, their rendition of Donna Summer's 'I Feel Love' transforms the high-energy anthem into a mesmerizing slow burner. With a low-slung groove and heavy synthesisers, Psychemagik crafts an epic version that wow's listeners with its depth and intensity. On Side-2, their take on Hall and Oates' 'I Can't Go For That' is equally exciting. Retaining the legendary groove while infusing it with melodic nuances, Psychemagik creates a unique jam that feels both familiar and fresh. The addition of Spanish lyrics adds an unexpected dimension, further enhancing the track's appeal. Undercover Lovers Vol 3 is a great example to Psychemagik's talent for reinventing classics into new gems for a new generation.
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Special 45 Versions
Cat: ZEDD 7006. Rel: 22 Apr 24
Windy City Theme (Special 45 version) (4:47)
Metamorphosis (Special 45 version) (5:08)
Review: Dave Lee's "AC Soul Symphony" alias has been releasing delectable and sultry disco since 2005 but reached his magnus opus in 2023 with the release of the Metamorphosis LP. Here we find two tracks handpicked from the album and delivered, for the first time, in a 7" format. The single starts much as the album does with the track "Windy City Theme", beautifully scored, recorded, and produced legato strings envelope the track, punctuated with horns and vocals reminiscent of a Love Unlimited Orchestra production. This version of the track has been rearranged, speeding up the pacing of the track and reaching the juicy parts in a really satisfying way. On the flip side we have the title track from the album Metamorphosis, which is the first time the vocal version has been made available on vinyl. A bass laden intro gives ways to glistening pianos and those signature strings (have we mentioned how good the strings are?). A more laid back and seductive track than the A-side, but no less appealing. Again, due to the limitations of the 7" format, 'Metamorphosis' has been expertly rearranged with loving care and attention.
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Tags: Soul Disco
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Vol Seis
Vol Seis (12")
Cat: SIREE 07. Rel: 09 Jul 24
Told You So (7:54)
Nunca Mais (6:28)
Tonight Is The Night (7:37)
Back To USA (8:16)
Review: SIRS CUT's Vol Seis offers a delightful journey through Disco and Nu-Disco vibes bringing back the vibes of the late 70s and early 80s. Side-1 opens with 'Told You So,' a smooth funk and soul jam featuring mellow keyboards and strong vocals that evoke those great disco nights. 'Nunca Mais' follows with a laidback Latin disco vibe, enriched by a big strings and horn section, and an enhancing flute that adds to its charm. On Side-2, 'Tonight Is The Night' is a romantic late-night disco track with deeper, more intimate tones. 'Back To USA' closes the record with a high-energy disco anthem. Its soulful vocal performance and driving big band section make it a main stage underground disco classic. Vol Seis is a great example at new attempts to make disco fresh, with classic production and elements. This record has each type of disco sound and style all wrapped into one hot 12".
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Toxic Funk Vol 14
Cat: BBP 230. Rel: 04 Jul 24
Get Up Get Down (3:59)
Daa-Da (3:47)
Review: "Breakbeat" means many different things to many different people; perhaps among Juno's customers, the term signifies hard-edged apocalpytic bangouts against judderingly dark soundscapes, completely missing the trick of the fact that its earliest form was a kind of hip-hop that simply emphasised the funk backbeat as a central part. The Breakbeat Junkie are more than worthy reps of the latter category; they here bring the whopping 14th instalment of their Toxic Funk series to the fore, with two funky cuts from the beat master The Breakbeat Junkie himself.
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Stand Tall
Stand Tall (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: JAL 451V. Rel: 18 Jul 24
Rekindle (3:50)
Every Little Bit Of Love (4:39)
Impossible (3:36)
Say Yes (feat Laura Vane) (4:25)
Carry Them (3:49)
Wild Shadows (3:00)
Dreamer (3:50)
Where I Hide (4:31)
By Your Side (3:49)
What We Do (3:56)
Review: Stand Tall marks another adventurous venture from versatile producer Flevans, showcasing his knack for infectious hooks across a spectrum of genres. From disco to soul to electronica, with a surprising nod to drum & bass, Flevans demonstrates his ability to seamlessly blend diverse musical influences. Standout tracks like 'Say Yes' featuring Laura Vane strike a perfect balance between pop, funk, and dance, while 'Carry Them' exudes upbeat energy with its fusion of funk, breaks, soul and electronica elements with a touch of melancholy. 'Wild Shadows' offers a smooth, downtempo experience with soulful vocals and catchy melodies, while 'Dreamer' uplifts with its disco-infused positive rhythm and blues dance vibes. Overall, "Stand Tall" is an uplifting record that showcases Flevans' versatility as a producer and multi-instrumentalist. With its diverse sounds and infectious rhythms, it's sure to engage listeners across various musical tastes.
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Bar Mediterraneo
 in stock $27.99
Dave Lee's Essentials Sampler
Cat: ZEDD 12372. Rel: 04 Dec 23
Jamiroquai - "Little L" (Dave Lee Re-Blend) (8:14)
Shelia & B Devotion - "Spacer" (Dave Lee Disco Fantasy mix) (9:00)
Review: Long time house and disco devotee Dave Lee comes through on Z Records once more with a sampler from this years ZR Essentials collection. It features two of his masterful reworks starting with Jamiroquai's 'Little L'. He flips into a funked up cosmic delight with plenty of the original's synth flourishes melodic hooks and orchestration all present and correct but with added slap bass, replayed rhodes and beefy new drums which make this a surefire dancefloor winner pretty much anywhere. On the flip comes Dave Lee's Disco Fantasy mix of Shelia & B Devotion's 1979 hit 'Spacer' which has a more retro disco sound thanks to the masterful original work of Chic. Additional clav, new string parts and solo-ing keys give 'Spacer' the extended DJ mix it never had at the time of original release.
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What Would You Do?
Cat: JAL 459V. Rel: 18 Jul 24
What Would You Do? (feat Lumi HD) (4:09)
Glow (3:58)
Review: Sam Redmore's innovative and eclectic global grooves continue to impress with his latest releases. Known for creating uplifting tracks that effortlessly merge electronic, jazz, Latin and Afro sounds, Sam returns with a stunning rendition of Dames Brown's 'What Would You Do?' Lumi HD's outstanding vocals, supported by a superb ensemble of backing singers and musicians, bring an organic warmth to the track, which passionately encourages lovers to make the right choices. On the flip side, 'Glow,' which debuted earlier this year, has already received acclaim from tastemakers for its infectious and bold groove. This track exemplifies Redmore's talent for crafting music that deeply resonates with audiences. Both tracks highlight Redmore's distinctive style and his skill in fusing various genres into seamless pieces. These new releases further cement his status as a maestro of eclectic global sounds.
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Tags: Latin Jazz
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Bend A Little
Cat: DYNAM 7124. Rel: 06 Jun 24
The Supremes - "Bend A Little" (4:42)
Magic Disco Machine - "Bend A Little" (4:01)
Review: The Supremes and Magic Disco Machine deliver double the dancefloor delight with 'Bend A Little' on 7" vinyl for the avid soul DJs. The vocal version by The Supremes, previously exclusive to CD, finally graces vinyl, showcasing their undeniable talent and energy. On the flip side, Magic Disco Machine's instrumental rendition takes flight with infectious grooves and funky beats. It's a great little 45 for DJs and collectors alike, marking the first vinyl release for both tracks. Don't miss out on this electrifying addition to your music collection!
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Tags: Soul Disco
 in stock $16.70
Don't Touch It
Don't Touch It ("space grapes" purple vinyl 7")
Cat: ES 092LPC1. Rel: 16 May 24
Another Taste - "Don't Touch It" (4:50)
Maxx Traxx - "Don't Touch It" (4:45)
Review: This classic electro funk track Maxx Traxx called 'Don't Touch It' is about as desirable and rare track as any 1980s record is. Originally released in 1982 by the Chicago soul group Maxx Traxx, the records are scarce for a small price. When word got around that the record would get reissued, it sparked interest from Another Taste to do a cover for the flip side and honour the event, an excellent homage to the original while injecting their own creativity and showmanship. Impossible to choose a favorite, let's just enjoy both excellent pieces of spacey funk music. This edition comes on purple 7".
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Walk For Ground: Exclusive Afro Funk Instrumentals
Walk For Ground: Exclusive Afro Funk Instrumentals (hand-numbered 180 gram vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies in Juno exclusive branded sleeve)
Cat: MUKAT 094. Rel: 27 May 24
Walk For Ground (instrumental version with Backing vocals - previously unreleased) (7:39)
I Get Myself To Blame (instrumental version - previously unreleased) (7:20)
Review: Gyedu-Blay Ambolley is a true legend of Ghanaian 'high life', responsible for bringing hip-hop influences to bear on the genre in a pioneering fusion which became known as hip life. On this release for Mukatsuku the focus is on instrumental versions of standout jams from his 2017 album Ketan, all the better for the funk DJs looking to hold down a groove without letting lyrics interfere. On the A-side it's 'Walk 4 Ground', an uptempo workout with some deadly organ flexing on top of the insistent rhythm section, while 'I Get Myself To Blame' settles into a smoother, but no less funky flow that just goes and goes, like the best high life should.
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Tags: Afrobeat | Afro Funk
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