Such are Felix Dickinson's disco credentials he's one of the lucky ones along with Harvey who's seen Larry Levan play records on a number of occasions, but the mere mention of his name is likely to elicit blank stares with the current generation of vinyl buying public. This is despite a production career that stretches over two decades under a multiplicity of aliases. However, Dickinson's name seems to be cropping up in all the right places at the moment with a recent remix and edit on DFA and Rush Hour respectively as well as mention of something special for Claremont 56. Dickinson adds to this momentum on this D Bastedos twelve which dubs out the Star Wars rap on the A Side into a brilliantly spinal slo mo house chugger. Peep the other side for a much more energetic race through power disco of the campest order!
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