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Dream 2 Science
Cat: RHRSS 4. Rel: 26 Oct 21
Deep House
My Love Turns To Liquid (5:25)
Breathe Deep (5:36)
Mystery Of Love (5:20)
How Do I Love Thee (7:44)
Liquid (4:46)
Dream To Science (4:42)
Review: Rush Hour have released some killer reissues in their time, and this mini-album from Ben Cenac of Newcleus fame, released under the Dream 2 Science moniker in 1990 is no exception, sounding like a conscious response to the warm, soul-flecked offerings of contemporaries Bobby Konders, the Burrell Brothers and Lamont Booker. Amazingly, Dream 2 Science still sounds remarkably fresh, 22 years on. The production, in particular, is terrific. While many house records of the period sound clumsy and dated, there's a timeless quality to the intricately programmed drum machine rhythms, the drifting chords, warm analogue basslines and cute vibraphone melodies.
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Calling Out
Cat: CMC 288RMX. Rel: 09 Jun 22
Deep House
Calling Out (7:11)
Calling Out (Floorplan club mix) (8:16)
Calling Out (Floorplan Revival mix) (9:23)
Review: Given that copies of the original 7" release flew off the shelves in record time, it's heartening to see that Classic has decided to give Sophie Lloyd's brilliant "Calling Out" a proper 12" release. Her fantastic original version - a jaunty, floor-friendly gospel treat that sits somewhere between house and disco - is this time accompanied by two fresh rubs from Robert and Lyric Hood's Floorplan project. Naturally, both mixes move further towards sing-along gospel house territory with the fantastic Revival Mix - all crunchy Chicago drums, wild organs, jaunty pianos and relentless chorus - hitting home particularly hard. It's very rare that we describe an EP as being "flawless", but this is as close to perfection as you'll find.
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You Are Not Alone
Cat: XSS 47059. Rel: 12 Jun 17
Funky/Club House
Michael Jackson - "You Are Not Alone" (Frankie Knuckles remix - Mr Krivit edit)
Lil Louis - "Club Lonely" (Mr Krivit edit)
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Remixes (12")
Cat: SOUTH 006. Rel: 17 Apr 19
Deep House
Here Comes The Sun (Francois K remix) (8:56)
Turn Me On (Tony Humphries Got U Turned On dub) (7:50)
Save Me (Coldcut remix) (6:38)
Review: South Street's latest missive gathers together a trio of club-friendly remixes of Nina Simone classics that first appeared on the 2006 compilation "Remixed & Reimagined". Francois K impresses with an A-side revision of Simone's celebrated cover of Beatles classic "Here Comes The Sun" that sounds like a long lost Larry Heard record from his classic Fingers Inc. period. Those after something a little more rolling and funk-fuelled should wrap their ears around Tony Humphries' Dub of "Turn Me On", which boasts a seductive mixture of Romanthony style hard loops and rumbling, UK garage influenced bass. Completing the package is Coldcut's fine re-imagining of "Save Me", which places Simone's heart-arching vocal atop skittish, club-ready drums and looped guitars.
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The Brooklyn Gypsy
Cat: NER 26306. Rel: 26 Jul 23
Deep House
The Brooklyn Gypsy (7:32)
Move That Body (with Cevin Fisher) (7:06)
Move That Body (with Cevin Fisher - instrumental) (6:52)
Review: A year after it slipped out digitally, Danny Tenaglia's superb 'The Brooklyn Gypsy' finally lands on wax. It's perhaps deeper and groovier than some of his vintage productions, which tended towards the muscular, dark and percussive, but the bassline is fabulous, the Frankie Knuckles-esque chords and textures inspired, and the piano solo that stretches out across the track nothing short of superb. Over on the flip, Tenaglia joins forces with fellow house legend Cevin Fisher on vocal and instrumental takes of 'Move Your Body', a more energetic, thickset and piano-powered affair that sits somewhere between the sun-soaked A-side and the long, Twilo-inspired workouts that marked out Tenaglia's turn-of-the-millennium creative peak.
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Let It Go
Let It Go (12")
Cat: DFTD 604. Rel: 26 Apr 22
Deep House
Let It Go (extended mix) (7:37)
Let It Go (TMBLV Vox dub) (5:52)
Let It Go (Honey Dijon Release mix) (6:48)
Let It Go (Dom Dolla remix) (6:15)
Review: It's a case of old school meets new school on this fresh new slice of house from Defected. Representing the vets is the one and only Louie Vega, while in the contemporary corner are New York's finest, the Martinez Brothers. Marc E Bassy also pops up on vocals for this feel good deep house gem. His part sung, part rapped delivery comes over soul drenched beats and nice singing leads, which have long been a hallmark of the great Masters at Work man, Vega. A TMBLV mix is more pumping, Honey Dijon cuts loose on elastic bass and rugged rhythms and Dom Dolla offers a more energetic and main room version.
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Mountains (12")
Cat: DFTD 592. Rel: 24 Mar 20
Funky/Club House
Mountains (extended mix) (5:26)
Mountains (Danny Krivit remix) (10:25)
Review: Last time out Andreya Triana and The Vision (AKA KON and Ben Westbeech) took us to "Heaven" and back. For their latest single they've asked us to gape in wonder at some suitably sizeable "Mountains". In its original "Extended Mix" form (side A) the track is soulful, slick and seductive, with Triana's superb vocals rising, mountain-like, above a musical panorama rich in dreamy chords, jazz-funk bass, gospel pianos and club-ready beats that sit somewhere between deep house and disco. Danny Krivit is the man at the controls for the flipside remix. He stretches out the track impressively, making a bit more of the spacey synths, guitars and bass while re-framing the track as a soaring slab of piano house brilliance.
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Love Me Or Leave Me
Cat: CORE 95. Rel: 23 Oct 12
Funky/Club House
Love Me Or Leave Me (Fly mixx)
Love Me Or Leave Me (club dub)
Love Me Or Leave Me (klub style)
Review: The charitable people over at Slow To Speak are always generous, reissuing just about everything that was good in the 90s NY era, but for re-releasing Cherie Lee's "Love Me Or Leave", they probably deserve a medal. Four mixes here, starting with the Fly mixx - a feel-good house track containing those infectious lyrics we love so much. On the B, the drums are seriously garaged-up and those vocals chopped right down; and lastly, the Klub mix is still a garage-tinged beat but sparser and more widescreen - probably the most alluring of the three...
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420 (purple vinyl 12")
Cat: LWKMUS 013. Rel: 20 Jun 22
Deep House
Untitled 11 (4:19)
Untitled 1 (4:21)
Untitled 4 (4:22)
Untitled 6 (4:20)
Untitled 13 (4:16)
Untitled 5 (4:19)
Review: Though 420 was originally recorded and released in April of 2020, Galcher Lustwerk's pandemic project is an exercise in counting and patience. Originally from a 16 track, 69 minute release only available for Bandcamp for $69 (or $4.20 per track), the 420 project brings us practically brand spanking new Galcher EP, just under a different name. Finally at an accessible price (and including signature Galcher vocals in a majority of the tracks to boot) this vinyl release hopes to bring more fans who missed the original release to the 420 club.
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Suara remixes
Cat: SUARA 262. Rel: 12 Apr 17
Minimal/Tech House
Go (Victor Ruiz remix) (9:15)
Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad (Oxia remix) (6:12)
Porcelain (Julian Jeweil remix) (6:30)
Natural Blues (Reinier Zonneveld Homage remix) (7:22)
Review: Spanish imprint Suara are a force to reckoned with at the moment and continue to bring the heat with his fine collection of remixes by US electronica icon Moby. Brazilian Victor Ruiz kicks off proceedings with his rendition of "Go" and he sure had his work cut our for him, trying his deft hand at such a defining rave classic: it's pretty good and gives a fresh perspective while staying true to the original. Also on the A side we've got French hero Oxia who stays on the same vibe as the original with his deep and emotive rendition of "Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad". On the flip, the m_nus affiliated Julian Juweil delivers an absolutely stomping peak time weapon with his version of "Porcelain" which blows the bloody doors off as always. Reinier Zonneveld's homage to "Natural Blues" goes for some sunny uplifting deep house: Kater Blau style.
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Benefit (12")
Cat: POEM 012. Rel: 11 Nov 19
Deep House
Benefit (Alton Miller remix) (9:05)
Benefit (Kai Alce vocal remix) (6:11)
Benefit (Kai Alce instrumental) (5:59)
Benefit (Kai Alce dub mix) (6:15)
Review: Second time around for "Benefit", a breezy and soulful song by UK soul scene stalwart Omar that originally appeared on Boddhi Satva's 2015 album "Transition". This time round, the mixes come from deep house royalty Alton Miller and Kai Alce. The former handles the A-side, delivering a wonderfully warm, intricately produced extended rework that sees Omar's incredible vocal rise above bouncy Afro-house drums, darting synth bass, rich chords and all manner of subtle instrumental flourishes. Kai Alce provides both vocal and instrumental mixes on the flip, opting for booming bass, swinging, garage-influenced drums and some suitably old school organ riffs.
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Up Jumped The Devil (Louie Vega remixes)
Cat: NUR 24177. Rel: 12 Jul 17
Funky/Club House
Up Jumped The Devil (Louie Vega remix) (10:50)
Up Jumped The Devil (Louie Vega dub) (6:40)
Review: The legendary Little Louie Vega from Masters At Work revisits another disco classic and works his magic as always. This time around it is on the 1977 hit by American disco band John Davis and the Monster Orchestra titled "Up Jumped The Devil". Davis was a member of the MFSB studio session band during its heyday in the late 1960s and early to mid-1970s, appearing on many Philadelphia International recordings. On the A side we have got "Up Jumped The Devil" (Louie Vega remix) which compared to the original is much more uptempo and with a more direct dancefloor focus: it sounds like more of a an edit, until that brilliant string arrangement comes in: very MAW! Very soulful and funky. On the flip is a handy dub version too. Nurvous is a sub label of the more well known and seminal NYC imprint Nervous Records and founded in 2011.
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DJ Kicks
DJ Kicks (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: K7 283LP. Rel: 12 Mar 11
Sect - "In The Park" (feat Ben Westbeech)
No Regular Play - "Takin' U Back"
Tanner Ross - "Goodbye, Summer"
Slow Hands - "Rough Patch"
Soul Clap - "Lonely C" (feat Charles Levine)
Zev - "We All" (feat Greg Paulus)
Charles Levine, Denix Kurtel & Gadi Mizrahi - "Stay Home"
Nicolas Jaar - "Can't See What Is Burning There"
Deniz Kurtel & Gadi Mirahi - "Crank It Up" (feat Camburn)
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Barely Breaking Even
Barely Breaking Even (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: BBE 500ELP. Rel: 24 Sep 19
Funky/Club House
Barely Breaking Even (Louie Vega Boogie mix) (7:59)
Barely Breaking Even (Louie Vega NYC House remix - instrumental) (9:08)
Barely Breaking Even (Louie Vega NYC House remix) (9:07)
Barely Breaking Even (Louie Vega Boogie mix - instrumental) (7:55)
Review: We're prepared to argue with anyone on this, but Universal Robot Band's "Barely Breaking Even" is one of the best boogie-era disco records ever made. Its title was also the inspiration for the name of BBE Records, so it seems fitting that the label's 500th release is an all-star re-recording that brings together NYC house hero Louie Vega and original creators Leroy Burgess and Patrick Adams. Vega delivers vocal and instrumental versions of two distinctive passes: a slick, smooth, soulful and string-laden "Boogie Mix" rich in warm electronics and subtle nods towards the early '80s original, and a rolling "NYC House Remix" full of twinkling Fender Rhodes solos and atmospheric chords. As you'd expect, Burgess' re-recorded vocal is superb.
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Metro Area 4 (remastered)
Cat: ENV 014R. Rel: 16 Feb 23
Miura (8:30)
Let's Get (6:24)
Strut (6:07)
Review: Anyone with a passing interest in dance music will be familiar with Metro Area's one and only self-titled album. It is now 20 years old and has never been bettered in the two decades since it was released. The US pair also released a highly regarded selection of EPs back in the day on Environ, and the label has decided to reissue them. But not before having them recut and remastered by the one and only Matt Colton. These new editions feature some versions of the tunes that have never been reissued before as well as the original, extended 12" versions of all songs. There is no reason not to pick up all four 12"s, frankly.
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Stay Inside
Cat: CMC 265. Rel: 31 Jan 23
Deep House
Stay Inside (5:11)
Stay Inside (remix) (7:23)
Stay Inside (Sandy Rivera remix) (5:19)
Stay Inside (Girls Of The Internet remix) (4:42)
Review: Three years after it first dropped digitally, J T Donaldson's Classic Music label debut finally makes it onto wax. The EP naturally opens with the long-serving deep house producer's original mix, a wonderfully sun-splashed and warming slab of electric-piano-heavy deep house goodness marked out by a superbly soulful - but also pleasingly laidback - lead vocal from guest singer Liv E. Donaldson's own bumpin', club-heavy remix - think vintage Masters at Work and you're close - follows, before we're treated to two fresh revisions from other producers. Fellow house veteran Sandy Rivera delivers a typically drowsy, soulful and tasteful rework, before Girls of The Internet re-invent the track as a bustling slab or elastic jazz-house complete with layered analogue synth sounds and heady double bass.
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They Can't Understand It
Cat: GO 060V. Rel: 13 Nov 19
Funky/Club House
They Can't Understand It (Louie Vega Roots NYC remix) (11:00)
They Can't Understand It (9:21)
Review: As far as funky house power partnerships go, how about Bobby & Steve and Byron Stingily teaming up, with Louie Vega on remix duties? As you might expect, this record is teeming with soulful, gospel-powered vibes, next level musicianship and Stingily's eternally life-affirming voice at the centre of the storm. Louie Vega's "Roots NYC Remix" of "They Can't Understand It" is a sure shot of club ready perfection - a super tight rhythm section, all the coolest parts looped up and a sweet bass groove to lock on to. However Bobby & Steve's original production is an irrepressible burst of joy, all overheating organs and huge chorus lines, massive drum fills and funky clav - it's maximal to the max and bold enough to reach the stars.
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Right There
Cat: CMC 234. Rel: 27 Jan 21
Deep House
Right There (7:19)
Holy Ghost (5:49)
Review: Classic Music Company welcomes a real legend to their ranks in the form of Detroit innovator Robert Hood under his Floorplan guise, which has more recently also included his daughter Lyric. The line-up may have expanded, but the sound remains the same - uplifting gospel house with a very real sense of spirit. 'Right There' has dusty hi hat ringlets and warm organ stabs over an endlessly shuffling beat that will get clubs in raptures. 'Holy Ghost' then gets a little more bouncy with lively chords and clipped vocal yelps bringing the energy.
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Nervous Acid
Cat: BM 020. Rel: 13 Dec 17
Deep House
Version (5:19)
The Poem (8:20)
Nervous Acid (5:02)
Let There Be House (5:14)
Massai Women (8:11)
Dub Massai Style (Mark's mix) (5:36)
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Visions (2xLP)
Cat: PULABM 01. Rel: 31 Mar 23
Deep House
Ruth (7:00)
To Know That I Love You (6:48)
You Know My Love (part II) (6:10)
Mind, Body, & Soul Call Me (6:34)
The Feeling Of Knowing (6:43)
Skylar (feat TUSH) (6:29)
Dream (feat Fred P - part II) (5:19)
Home Sweet Home (The Journey) (feat Aaron Gray) (6:43)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Six years after delivering his debut album - a digital-only affair called TruSkool - Demuir has finally got round to recording a follow-up. The Toronto native's brand of house is chunky, groovy, deep and funky, taking cues not only from previous collaborators such as DJ Sneak, but also those of his contemporaries that make great use of dusty samples and killer drum programming. As a result, Visions manages to work both as a collection of club-focused cuts and an album you can listen to repeatedly from start to finish. Our picks of a pleasingly strong bunch include the fluid, disco-tinged, Hipnotic-sampling brilliance of 'Mind, Body & Soul Call Me', TUSH hook-up 'Skylar' (a superb slab of gospel-tinged soulful house) and the delicious Fred P collaboration 'Dream (Part II)'.
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Soulful Culture EP 1
Cat: TRIBEV 21. Rel: 18 May 22
Deep House
Dj Spinna - "In The Distance" (7:17)
Lush Life X Zepherin Saint - "Lush Funk" (7:27)
Nathan Adams - "Sweetness In Your Soul" (Louie Vega Expansions mix) (11:00)
Timmy Regisford - "Still" (5:36)
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The Nervous Track
The Nervous Track (yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: NE 20068YELLOW. Rel: 19 Jan 21
Deep House
The Nervous Track (Ballsy mix) (6:25)
The Nervous Track (Horny mix) (6:32)
The Nervous Track (Yellow mix) (6:25)
The Nervous Track (UN mix) (6:30)
Review: It is undeniably one of the most iconic house tracks of all time: 'The Nervous Track' by Masters At Work Present Nu Yorican Soul is an exquisite coming together of MAW's deep musical heritage, Latin roots and majestic studio skills. It first landed in 1993 and its deep bass, rich bass and expressive percussion all made an immediate impact. Here presented on limited edition yellow vinyl, it comes with various mixes that highlight different aspects of the arrangement. The Horny Mix is fun, the Yellow Mix is more dreamy, but the Ballsy Mix remains a firm favourite.
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It Makes A Difference/Rushing (Danny Krivit Edits)
Cat: NE 24622. Rel: 14 Jun 19
Funky/Club House
Kim English - "It Makes A Difference" (Danny Krivit & Kyle Smith remix - Danny Krivit 7" edit) (5:39)
Loni Clark - "Rushing" (Mood II Swing dub - Danny Krivit 7" edit) (5:31)
Review: Danny Krivit is currently known as one of the music community's greatest purveyors of top quality disco & house as he continues to perform regularly before sold-out audiences around the world. With his unique ear for what works on the dancefloor he has also become known as "King of the Re-edit." Danny has a deep connection to Kim English's "It Makes A Difference" release on Nervous Records from 2006. Krivit worked with writer Kyle Smith on the remixes that originally made this tune an anthem at his 718 Sessions parties as well as one of the highlights of club nights from Tokyo to New York to London that appreciate quality soulful house. The B-side is Danny's re-edit of one of the most famed dubs from the Nervous catalogue as well as for the producers Mood II Swing. Upon its release in 1993 this dub emerged as one of the defining sounds of summer 1993 at Ministry Of Sound which had just recently opened the year before. The "rushing rushing rushing" hook is well knownby golden era of house afficianados around the world and he does an amazing job bringing this essential hook.
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Interactive (The Louie Vega remixes)
Cat: REB 124. Rel: 29 Jun 21
Funky/Club House
Interactive (Louie Vega remix) (6:51)
Interactive (Honeycomb Keyapella mix) (5:12)
Interactive (Louie Vega Expansions NYC instrumental) (6:51)
Interactive (Honeycomb beats) (5:24)
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Like This
Like This (limited 7")
Cat: BBE 438SLP3. Rel: 31 Aug 18
Deep House
Like This (House mix) (5:16)
Like This (DDD dub) (4:48)
Review: For the latest volume in their Foundations series on BBE, Kai Alce and DJ Spinna have decided to reissue one of the finest records from the earliest days of Chicago house, Chip-E's spellbinding 1985 anthem "Like This". This seven-inch edition features a fresh edit of Chip-E's original cub mix on the A-side. This version is essential largely because of the quality of K-Joy's impeccable vocal, though the re-mastered sound also makes Chip-E's crunchy Roland drum machine hits, bold synth-bass and spacey lead lines sound better than ever. Turn to the flip for the heavy and stripped-back "DDD Dub" version, which makes more use of the short "Like This" vocal, which was originally provided by the Godfather of House himself, Frankie Knuckles.
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Played by: Kai "KZR" Alce
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Expansions In The NYC: The 45's
Expansions In The NYC: The 45's (limited 10x7" box set + booklet)
Cat: NER 25881. Rel: 20 Mar 23
Deep House
The Star Of A Story (feat Lisa Fischer) (4:28)
Deep Burnt (feat Axel Tosca) (4:12)
Change Your Mind (feat Bernard Fowler) (3:52)
Another Day In My Life (4:11)
Seven Mile (feat Moodymann) (4:17)
Come Away (feat Kerri Chandler) (4:02)
Music Is My Life (feat Unlimited Touch) (4:05)
You Got Me Dancing (feat Audrey Wheeler & Cindy Mizelle) (4:04)
Chimi (feat Elements Of Life) (4:15)
Love Has No Time Or Place (feat Elements Of Life - previously unreleased instrumental dub) (4:40)
Atmosphere Strut (feat DJ Spinna) (3:57)
Cosmic Witch (feat Anane) (3:55)
How He Works (feat Nico Vega) (3:54)
A Place Where We Can All Be Free (feat Janine Lyons) (3:53)
Touch The Sky (feat Tony Momrelle) (4:01)
Dreaming (feat Cindy Mizelle) (4:02)
All My Love (feat Robyn) (4:07)
Feel So Right (feat Honey Dijon) (3:56)
Louie Vega & Karen Harding - "Free To Love" (4:03)
Bebe Winans - "It's All Good" (feat Debbie Winans Lowe & Korean Soul - Louie Vega remix) (4:02)
Review: It may come with an eyebrow-raising price tag, but what's on offer here is undeniably alluring: a box set of 10 seven-inch singles containing all of the songs from Louie Vega's brilliant Expansions In The NYC album - an all-star affair in which the Masters at Work man celebrated his love of New York disco, boogie and house. The album itself is incredible, with fantastic musicianship, arrangements and vocals, while the cast list - which includes original electrofunk outfit Unlimited Touch, Peech Boys main man Bernard Fowler, Honey Dijon, Cindy Mazelle, Moodymann, Kerri Chandler and his son Nico - is similarly impressive. It's a great product, packed with brilliant music: a fitting finale to this portion of the ongping 'Expansions NYC' project.
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Nothing Is Lost Vol 1
Cat: WOLFNIL 001. Rel: 04 Dec 19
Deep House
It’s The Spirit (feat Darryl D'Bonneau - 83 West vocal remix) (7:15)
DJ Romain & Matt Keys - "Piano Man (Get Ready)" (Piano mix) (6:53)
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Dance Of Rythms
Dance Of Rythms (translucent purple vinyl 12")
Cat: SYNCRO 41. Rel: 17 Nov 23
Deep House
Dance Of Rythms (10:10)
The Beauty In The Sound (5:29)
Vibe Science (6:00)
Review: Fred P continues to be a prolific driving force in deep house, with his own Private Society label carrying a huge amount of his work these days. On this latest single he maintains one of his other close working relationships with Parisian institution Synchrophone, delivering three cuts of his refined, endlessly immersive music. 'Dance Of Rhythms' is a driving, sharply defined cut with a lot of action occurring in the lower register while the higher frequencies have acres of space to stretch out in, all the better to keep your head mellow while the hips sway. 'The Beauty In The Sound' is a more pattering affair and 'Vibe Science' favours a nagging drum pattern which nods towards jazz funk as much as techno. This is quintessential Fred P mastery, through and through.
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Rude Movements: Remixes
Rude Movements: Remixes (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: BBE 389ELP. Rel: 04 Jun 21
Rude Movements (Moodyman remix - extended version) (8:28)
Rude Movements (Frankie Feliciano remix) (6:12)
Rude Movements (Kenny Dope dancefloor Powder remix) (8:11)
Rude Movements (OPOLOPO remix - extended version) (7:15)
Rude Movements (Kenny Dope O'Gutta remix - extended version) (6:37)
Rude Movements (Francois K SATS dub) (10:10)
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Libra Rising EP
Cat: NDATL 035. Rel: 03 May 23
Deep House
Libra Ascending (7:15)
Sheed's Rising (6:16)
Sheed's Rising (instrumental) (6:17)
Review: Kai Alce's faultless NDATL label brings us more goodies direct from his base in Atlanta, which might be best known for its rap but also packs a punch when it comes to house music. This one is from Rasheeda Ali, a new name that might be familiar to anyone who heard Kai's 'Sheed's Move' tune from a previous EP. She has also been on stage with none other than Jeff Mills and here her flute skills come to the fore with production from Kai. 'Libra Ascending' has a snappy bounce, then 'Sheed's Rising' showcases Rasheeda's gymnastic flautist abilities. A fine debut.
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Metro Area 2 (remastered)
Cat: ENV 010R. Rel: 16 Feb 23
The Art Of Hot (8:54)
Machine Vibes (5:26)
Wafer (5:59)
Review: It might be 23 years old, but Metro Area's second eponymous EP still sounds as fresh, timeless and immaculately produced as it did at the turn of the Millennium. Here the three-tracker returns in freshly remastered form. The real standout is arguably near nine-minute A-side 'The Art Of Hot', a deliciously deep, sparse and glassy-eyed affair in which echoing strings (courtesy of Kelley Polar and chums), sustained chords and electronic pots-and-pans percussion rise above an undulating synth bassline and crispy disco drums. Elsewhere, 'Machine Vibes' is a more warming and melody-rich skip through deep nu-disco pastures featuring a rather lovely flute solo, and 'Wafer' is a bass guitar-propelled skip through spacey, house-not-house awesomeness.
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DJ Spinna & Kai Alce Present Foundations Classic House 45 Series Part 5: You Used To Hold Me
Ralphi Rosario - "You Used To Hold Me" (feat Xaviera Gold - Riviera mix) (4:27)
Ralphi Rosario - "You Used To Hold Me" (feat Xaviera Gold - bonus beats) (3:28)
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Loving You
Cat: ADR 001. Rel: 17 Aug 21
Deep House
Loving You (Roberto Rodriguez remix) (6:47)
Loving You (Roberto Rodriguez Percapella) (6:31)
Loving You (Ian Pooley dub) (7:16)
Loving You (Ian Pooley remix) (6:45)
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Metro Area (remastered)
Cat: ENV 008R. Rel: 16 Feb 23
Atmosphrique (7:13)
Pina (6:05)
Rainy Street Feeling (6:03)
Review: Has there ever been a more significant nu-disco release than Metro Area's 1999 debut? It was certainly an outlier on its original release in 1999 and inspired countless others to attempt (and usually fail) to follow in their footsteps. All these years on, it still sounds fantastic - as this remastered reissue proves. Opener 'Atmospherique' effectively defined their timeless, NYC-inspired sound - think the warmth of deep house mixed with spacey synths, disco percussion and squelchy bass - while the subtly Latin-tinged 'Pina' sounds every bit as incredible in 2023 as it did at the turn of the Millennium. 'Rainy Street Feeling', which didn't make the cut on their celebrated debut album, is a real treat, too - a classy hybrid of loose-limbed deep house, sultry strings and nu-disco electronics that's worth the admission fee on its own.
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I Found Dubs
Cat: RNTR 059. Rel: 18 Jul 23
Deep House
I Found Love (Derrick Carter dub) (6:46)
I Found Love (BHQ Passion vs Desire dub) (6:59)
I Found Love (Dimitri From Paris & DJ Rocca dubstrumental) (7:58)
I Found Love (Perel dub) (6:57)
Review: Strap in for this one as Razor-N-Tape have got a booty shaking new EP on their hands here. It's an unearthed and previously-unheard classic by Midnight Magic that has been pulled from a dusty old vault after more than a decade in the darkness. First up with get a bumping remix from the one and only Chicago great that is Derrick Carter. Dimitri From Paris & DJ Rocca also serve up their own heavy Dubstrumental and the BHQ Passion Vs. Desire Dub is the most streamy of the lot with its wild trumpet lines and tribal funk. Last of all Perel pairs it back to pinging drums and toms.
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Onward & Upward EP
Cat: SYNCRO 36. Rel: 26 Nov 21
Deep House
Visionary Levels (11:04)
Astrologicl Movments (6:46)
From Then To Forever (5:27)
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Listen Love (remixes)
Cat: ZEDD 12323. Rel: 08 Dec 21
Funky/Club House
Listen Love (Dave Lee Jazz Funk Renaissance mix) (7:59)
Listen Love (Louie Vega & Josh Milan dub) (8:45)
Listen Love (Louie Vega & Josh Milan remix) (8:58)
Listen Love (Dave Lee Flute Reboot) (5:28)
Review: Originally dropped mid-summer as a digital release, the quality on this remix package from The Sunburst Band was just too good to keep off wax. First up, bandleader Dave Lee himself steps up with a 'Jazz Funk Renaissance' version of 'Listen Love' which frames Wayne Hernandez's stirring vocal turn with molten Rhodes and wah-wah guitars aplenty. Then the Louie Vega-Josh Milan dream team come correct with two spellbinding versions that speak to their prowess in the field of live, deeply rooted house music. For good measure, Lee rounds things off on the B2 with a 'Flute Reboot' for those who just want to zone in on the groove.

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The Star Of A Story
The Star Of A Story (double 12")
Cat: NER 25912. Rel: 31 Jan 23
Deep House
The Star Of A Story (feat Lisa Fischer - long version) (10:09)
Love Has No Time Or Place (feat Elements Of Life - Patrick & Leroy Strings dub extended) (8:58)
The Star Of A Story (feat Lisa Fischer - Vamp Star dub) (4:06)
The Star Of A Story (feat Lisa Fischer - instrumental) (8:03)
A Place Where We Can All Be Free (feat Janine Sugah lyrics Lyons - Expansions NYC vocal) (9:08)
Review: This fine double-pack features more alternate takes of tracks from Louie Vega's vast Expansions in the NYC album. The headline attraction is the epic extended mix of the Rod Temperton penned jazz-funk/disco classic 'The Star of a Story', which not only boasts fine lead vocals from Lisa Fischer and shuffling samba-house beats, but also strings (arranged by Leroy Burgess) performed Kelley Polar and his colleagues in the Apple Hill quartet. The EP also includes instrumental and chunky 'Vamp Dub' passes of that track, plus alternative versions of two other tracks: the organic deep house roll of 'A Place Where We Can All Be Free' and a superb string-laden dub of 'Love Has No Time Or Place', featuring Vega's Elements of Life band, which showcases the orchestral arrangements of Leroy Burgess and the late Patrick Adams.
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Machines On The Dresser
Machines On The Dresser (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DIST 006. Rel: 20 Jan 20
Deep House
Don't Count On Me For Love (6:47)
Deep Tri-State (That Love) (6:14)
Truth Be Told (7:09)
Say More (5:21)
Review: New York champ Son Of Sound has been off the radar for a few years, but now he's back with a fresh drop that brings some of that upfront house bump that could only come from the Big Apple. Dusty samples, insistent jack and bags of attitude abound on "Don't Count On Me For Love", while "Deep Tri-State (That Love)" takes things far out into trippy broken beat territory that wouldn't sound out of place chilling next to a Hanna production. "Truth Be Told" ups the ante with some gorgeous cascading keys and an irresistibly funky rhythm section, while "Say More" has some fun with spaced out samples and a lazy loop that make up a sweet vibe to chill on.
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Cocaine Blues (remixes)
Cat: GLITS 074R. Rel: 28 Feb 22
Cocaine Blues (John Morales M+M DJ mix) (6:07)
Cocaine Blues (JKriv Disco Bumps) (6:29)
Cocaine Blues (Crooked Line 1) (6:24)
Cocaine Blues (Crooked Line 2) (6:23)
Review: Escort's 'Cocaine Blues' is undoubtedly a 21st century disco classic -a peak-time ready riff on Dillinger's 'Cocaine in the Brain' and People's Choice's 'Do It Anyway You Wanna' that has been a mainstay in DJ sets for the last 12 years. These fresh versions do a decent job breathing new life into a familiar favourite. John Morales does a good job of joining the dots between disco and house on his EP opening multi-track remix, while band-member JKriv adds a little more weight and spacey synth noises aplenty on his similarly fine rework. Sheffield's Crooked Man take over on side B, first delivering a pitched-down revision blessed with jangling piano stabs ('Crooked Line 1'), before reaching for the squelchy synths and trippy noises on a slightly wilder take ('Crooked Line 2').
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Nervous Records 30 Years: Part 2
Nervous Records 30 Years: Part 2 (limited coloured vinyl 4xLP)
Cat: NER 25446. Rel: 13 Oct 21
Funky/Club House
Kim English - "Treat Me Right" (David Morales club mix) (6:49)
Sandy B - "Feel Like Singing" (Adelphi music Factory remix) (5:46)
Byron Stingily - "Get Up (Everybody)" (Darius Syrossian remix) (6:37)
Byron Stingily - "Get Up (Everybody)" (Parade mix) (7:18)
PJ - "Can Ya Tell Me" (Gerd Janson Piano Megamix) (6:29)
PJ - "Can Ya Tell Me" (Gerd Janson bonus Beat) (3:49)
PJ - "Can Ya Tell Me" (Pierre Phat dub) (5:01)
Wonderboy - "Jerk It" (Sorley Street mix) (5:09)
Wonderboy - "Jerk It" (Felix Da Housecat original Nooworld Underground mix) (6:26)
Innervision - "Don't You Ever Give Up" (feat Melonie Daniels - Ian Friday Libation Vox) (8:10)
Innervision - "Don't You Ever Give Up" (feat Melonie Daniels - Ricanstruction vocal) (6:14)
Kim English - "Learn 2 Luv" (Ralf GUM remix) (5:58)
Kim English - "Learn 2 Luv" (Mood II Swing club mix) (8:19)
Deep Creed - "The Anthem" (Monki remix) (6:34)
Deep Creed - "The Anthem" (Armand Van Helden original Circle mix) (6:37)
Kim English - "It Makes A Difference" (Danny Howard remix) (7:04)
Danny Krivit & Kyle Smith present Kim English - "It Makes A Difference" (dub) (7:44)
Review: Is there a label as iconic Nervous in all of house music? Probably not. The New York staple is responsible for shaping and reshaping the genre many times over the years and in 2021 turns an impressive 30. Of course, there are plenty of celebrations going on to mark the occasion, including a bumper multi-part compilation feature all the label's many golden grooves and classic tunes from over the years. Next to enduring label associates like David Morales and Mood II Swing, Armand Van Helden and Kim English, plenty of new school names get in on the act such as Danny Howard, Darius Syrossian and Gerd Janson. Superb.
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30 Years Of Strictly Rhythm Part One
30 Years Of Strictly Rhythm Part One (limited red vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: SRCLASSICS 06LPRED. Rel: 08 Sep 21
Deep House
Code 718 - "Equinox" (Heavenly club mix) (10:32)
CLS - "Can You Feel It" (In House dub) (4:48)
George Morel - "Let's Groove" (7:01)
KCYC - "I'm Not Dreaming" (Mystipsychotix mix) (6:17)
Hardrive - "Deep Inside" (6:37)
Groove Patrol - "Need Your Love" (7:00)
Lou2 - "Freaky" (The Bar Heads mix) (9:22)
Wink - "Higher State Of Consciousness" (Tweekin Acid Funk) (6:22)
Review: One of, if not the, most influential label's in dance music celebrates the milestone of three decades in the business here with this part of a compilation series featuring some of their greatest hits. Originally founded in 1989 by Mark Finkelstein and Gladys Pizarro, Strictly Rhythm tapped directly into the fertile New York underground and after hours club scene of the time, launching the recording careers of many. 30 Years Of Strictly Rhythm Part One includes classics such as on the second summer of love vibe on Code 718's 'Equinox' (Heavenly club mix), the pure euphoria of CLS' 'Can You Feel It' (a Todd Terry production from 1992), to such timeless anthems like Hardrive's addictive 'Deep Inside' and what's arguably one of the most mental acid techno tracks of all time Wink's 'Higher State Of Consciousness' (Tweekin Acid Funk). Absolutely essential!

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Elements Of Life: Extensions Part 2
Cat: VR 196. Rel: 03 Sep 20
Deep House
A Better Day (feat Raul Midon - DJ Spinna remix) (6:05)
Love Is On The Way (feat Blaze - Roots mix) (5:31)
Nos Vida (feat Anane - Masters At Work remix) (4:53)
Mon Amour (feat Anane - DJ Gregory remix) (3:52)
Mozalounge (Jazz N' Groove remix) (4:35)
Messin' About (9:01)
Love Is On The Way (feat Blaze - Louie Vega Latin mix) (4:54)
Our People (EOL bonus track) (7:51)
Steel Congo (feat House Of Rumba) (5:25)
Review: One of the joys of Louie Vega's Elements of Life project is the Masters at Work man's enthusiasm for lengthy versions of the hands soul-fuelled tracks, which regularly join the dots between disco, Latin music, deep house, jazz-funk and, on rare occasions, NYC freestyle. It's for this reason that this second selection of extended versions of key tracks - some provided by remixers and re-editors - is such a vibrant set. For proof, check DJ Spinna's soft-focus, samba-influenced soulful house revision of "A Better Day", the broken beat-influenced Masters at Work version of salsa-house shuffler "Nos Vida", and Vega's own superbly percussion, soulful and life-affirming "Latin Soul Mix" of Blaze hook-up "Love Is On The Way".
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First Power (reissue)
Cat: MVV 002. Rel: 17 Jan 23
First Power (Tommy Musto remix) (6:07)
Synth It (4:55)
First Power (3:43)
First Power (Domination dub) (6:17)
Review: Revelation - not the 70s soul and disco group but in this case, the short-lived house duo from New York City - dropped just three EPs and this was the second one from 1990. 'Synth It' is a mix of sounds with phenomenal synth work. The poised techno chords are balanced with electro roots and a squelchy acid line then you get a weird and wonderful bleepy dub trance sound on 'First Power (Domination Dub).' It is loved up and very special. Add in two other fine versions and you have a killer reissue here.
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Harmony (reissue) (Record Store Day 2017)
Cat: CAB 013. Rel: 03 May 17
Minimal/Tech House
Harmony (7:17)
I Got The Rhythm (9:41)
Review: NYC legend Pal Joey originally released the evocative deep house gem "Harmony" back in 2004 on his Cabaret imprint. With its skittery, swing fuelled rhythms, lush keys and bumpy bassline: this is classic Joseph Longo at his finest. On the flip "I Got The Rhythm" is equally as emotive and channels the heyday of The Big Apple's underground club scene circa 1991 where clubs like the infamous Red Zone reigned supreme. More famed works up for grabs once again by an influential hero in house music.
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Nervous Records 30 Years: Part 1
Nervous Records 30 Years: Part 1 (limited gatefold coloured vinyl 4xLP)
Cat: NER 25445COL. Rel: 07 Oct 21
Funky/Club House
Willie Ninja - "Hot" (Louie Vega & Josh Milan remix) (5:47)
Willie Ninja - "Hot" (Expansions NYC dub) (5:46)
Willie Ninja - "Hot" (Louie Vega Why Because I'm Hot original mix) (8:18)
Ralph Falcon - "Break You" (Radio Slave remix) (10:20)
Ralph Falcon - "Break You" (9:03)
The Messenger - "End This Hate" (Tensnake remix) (6:13)
The Messenger - "End This Hate" (Todd Edwards original mix) (6:06)
Beltram presents Phuture Trax - "Future Groove" (Agent Orange DJ rework) (6:50)
Beltram presents Phuture Trax - "Future Groove" (Maxed Out original mix) (5:17)
Kim English - "Unspeakable Joy" (Dr Packer remix) (8:39)
Kim English - "Unspeakable Joy" (Maurice Joshua original mix) (5:39)
Byron Stingily - "You Make Me Feel Mighty Real" (Kevin McKay remix) (6:11)
Look Out - "Let Your Body Go" (Franky Rizardo remix) (5:35)
Review: To mark 30 years in the game, legendary NYC house label Nervous Records has decided to release a series of compilations that pair classic cuts with new remixes. Louie Vega kicks off the first volume by remixing one of his own productions, Willie Ninja's 'I'm Hot', reinventing the analogue-rich deep house bumper as a disco-centric, while Radio Slave turns Ralph Falcon's sleazy 'Break You' into a stomping techno anthem. Tensnake adds warmth and wooziness to The Messenger's 'End This Hate' (a classic Todd Edwards production), Agent Orange delivers a warehouse-ready techno version of Phuture Trax's 'Future Groove' and Dr Packer emphasizes the gospel influences in Kim English's 'Unspeakable Joy'. Arguably best of all though is Kevin McKay's muscular electro-disco mix of Byron Stingly's superb Sylvester cover, 'Yu Make Me Feel Mighty Real'.
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Lost Horizons (reissue)
Cat: ISLE 016. Rel: 17 Nov 22
Deep House
The Mind Travel (Saturday Night Sunday Morning mix) (16:18)
Lost Horizons (6:50)
Lost Horizons (Percussion bonus) (4:57)
Review: The ever reliable Isle of Jura label gives a reissue to two tracks from Instant House, the outfit consisting of Joe Claussell, Stan Hatzakis and Tony Confusione, with a 'Percussion Bonus' of 'Lost Horizons' to boot. The word epic naturally springs to mind when we come across the 16 minute Saturday Night Sunday Morning mix of 'The Mind Travel', and with its exotic keyboard solos and bongo freakouts it certainly elevates the psyche to new heights. 'Lost Horizons' has a nice line in Weatherall-style skittering echoes, held in place by a hypnotic key riff, while the Latin-laced Percussion Bonus mix of 'Lost Horizons' is the most mesmerising and direct of all three cuts here. Lost - and now found.
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Private Society Vol 4
Private Society Vol 4 (hand-stamped 12" + insert)
Cat: PS 006. Rel: 26 Jul 22
Deep House
Wonderful & New (7:37)
Loft Jazz (5:12)
Grateful For Life (13:33)
Review: You can always count on Berlin by-way-of New York City's Fred P (Soul People Music) for music of the most deep and emotive nature, and you can bet that's on display for the fourth edition of his Private Society series. There's truly spiritual feelings abound on the mesmerising 'Wonderful & New', followed by the evocative mood music of 'Loft Jazz' on the first side. Over on the flip, feel positive and sunny vibes on the high hi-tech soul journey 'Grateful For Life'. Tip!
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Movin' 2 The Sound (feat Acid Jerks, Fort Knox 5, DJ Absolutely Shit remixes)
Movin' 2 The Sound (3:41)
Movin' 2 The Sound (Acid Jerks Refix) (6:10)
Movin' 2 The Sound (Fort Knox 5 remix) (4:01)
Movin' 2 The Sound (DJ Absolutely Shit remix) (5:40)
Review: From the artwork to the vocal stamps to the beats themselves, this is a brilliantly retro-tactic release that brings plenty of nostalgia to the dance floor. Ursula 100 serves up the goods with 'Movin' 2 The Sound' - a dense and intense cut with vocals musing on drum beats and rocking the house, electro-tinged bass and lashings of acid with plenty of analogue percussive sounds. The Acid Jerks Refix strips away some of the noise to focus on the 303 and loopy vocal fragments and Fort Knox 5 up the acid-electro vibes on their rework. Last of all, the DJ Absolutely Shit remix brings some big jungle breakbeats and lively sax. A fun and destructive EP for sure.
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Chimi (double 12")
Cat: NER 25911. Rel: 15 Dec 22
Deep House
Chimi (feat Elements Of Life - Tribute To Patrick Adams) (13:35)
Change Your Mind (feat Bernard Fowler - Tribute To Larry Levan) (5:10)
Atmosphere Strut (feat DJ Spinna - Tribute To Patrick Adams) (5:49)
Change Your Mind (feat Bernard Fowler - instrumental - Tribute To Larry Levan) (5:08)
Review: Tucked away on Louie Vega's fantastic - and vast - Expansions in the NYC album were a handful of tributes to disco legends Patrick Adams and Larry Levan. This double-pack brings those tributes to the floor. Vega opens with his Elements of Live band cover of Sine's Patrick Adams-produced 1978 B-side 'Chimi', turning the four-minute cut into a driving-but-bouncy, near 14-minute disco epic rich in restless bass, attractive vibraphone solos and spacey synths. On 'Change Your Mind', which is presented in both full vocal and instrumental forms, Vega recruits the voice of the Peech Boys, Bernard Fowler, and turns down a sparse, heavily electronic workout reminiscent of Larry Levan's early '80s mixes. It's genuinely great, as is the DJ Spinna-sporting, hybrid disco/organic house cover of Adams' classic 'Atmosphere Strut'. In a word: essential!
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