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Split EP
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Split EP (12")
Cat: PRB 015. Rel: 28 Mar 16
Deep House
  1. HJ - "Chicken Fried Shrimp" (7:41)
  2. AN - "Pinuelas" (6:35)
Moscato
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Moscato (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MSN 003. Rel: 28 Jan 13
Deep House
  1. Moscato (version 1)
  2. Moscato (version 2)
Review: Anthony Naples pays no (mad) disrespect to Shed or gritty '90s retrospective house and techno music with his Moscato EP, the Brooklyn resident's second release for local party come label Mister Saturday Night. "Moscato" - the A-side version, combines the snow capped hats of WK7's "The Avalanche" with the grounded down piano stabs of Head High's "It's A Power Thing" and the rolling motion of Alden Tyrell's "Rush" from Clone's Basement Series. The B-side version of "Moscato" is essentially a mirror image of the A-side, only Naples tones down the techno elements by resigning his Shed-esque stabs to the background, bringing soothing house driven Rhodes to the fore. With a release for The Trilogy Tapes on the way Naples looks like proving last year's debut release was no fluke.
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Body Pill
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Body Pill (LP)
Cat: TEXT 034. Rel: 16 Feb 15
Deep House
  1. Ris
  2. Abrazo
  3. Changes
  4. Way Stone
  5. Refugio
  6. Pale
  7. Used To Be
  8. Miles
Review: Well, what can we say apart form the fact that we'd been waiting on this one for quite some time? Mister Saturday night casual and The Trilogy Tapes member Anthony Naples drops his debut LP on Four Tet's Text imprint, and if you weren't expecting that at first, well, neither were we when we heard about it! Moving away from his usual style of jerky, lo-fi house, Body Pill spews a significant air of ambient and the totally abstract. While we were expecting a straighter dancefloor kinda joint, Naples has gone for something a little more wide-eyed. Tracks like "Ris", "Changes" and "Pale" are totally beatless and the New York kid manages to create playful groove out literally out of thin air. It's not all soundscapes and, however, and cuts such as "Refugio" or "Miles" boast some of the dude's most complex club arrangements to date. An interesting and enthralling debut LP, that's for damn sure.
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Body Pill
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Body Pill (LP)
Cat: TMPR 53934. Rel: 06 Apr 15
Deep House
  1. Ris (3:40)
  2. Abrazo (3:23)
  3. Changes (4:02)
  4. Way Stone (1:52)
  5. Refugio (3:45)
  6. Pale (5:14)
  7. Used To Be (2:46)
  8. Miles (3:33)
RAD AN1
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RAD AN1 (hand-stamped 12" repress)
Cat: RAD AN1. Rel: 09 May 16
Deep House
  1. Ill Still
  2. Faceless
  3. I Don't See Them
Review: **Repress** Young Anthony Naples is given the prestigious honour of the first 12" from a new label set up by the champs at Rubadub. The Glaswegian record shop and distribution network claim it's going to be an irregular affair, but if all the releases are going to be this good there'll be some clamour for a more consistent release schedule that's for sure. Arriving shortly after that killer release for The Trilogy Tapes, the RAD AN1 12" demonstrates once again how easy Naples seems to find crafting diverse approaches to the house music template. "Ill Still" will suck many people in, a gloriously upbeat combination of shimmering, warbled chords cemented by a walloping kickdrum, whilst "Faceless" is all about the sick little edits Naples employs to break up the blissful pianos and relentless drums. The flip is given to "I Don't See Them" a churning, dubby 8 minute excursion through dark, Detroit leaning house that lends some notable menace to balance out the blissful nature of what precedes it.
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Mad Disrespect EP
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Mad Disrespect EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MSN 001. Rel: 15 Oct 12
Deep House
  1. Mad Disrespect
  2. Slackness
  3. Tusk
Review: Back in stock! These days New York's underground electronic music scene is stronger than ever (though residents may argue otherwise). Chief among these has been Mister Saturday Night, a party built on the forthright musical opinions and fearsomely eclectic vision of resident DJs Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter. It's perhaps unsurprising, then, that they've chosen this moment to join the likes of Tim Sweeney, Eric Duncan, Runaway, Roy Dank and the Let's Play House crew in launching their own label. What's more surprising, perhaps, is their choice of artist for the first release. Next to no one knows anything about Anthony Naples. Whoever he is, Harkin and Carter have shown great vision in signing him up. Mad Disrespect is an impressive debut; a cracking EP that neatly sidesteps convention and delivers house tracks brimming with ideas. It's adventurous and innovative, but never shies away from its main purpose: making people dance. Highly recommended!
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