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Edits (12")
Cat: DD 034. Rel: 13 Oct 14
  1. Spiral
  2. Get Here
Review: Deep house producer Frank Booker is no stranger to the re-edit game, having previously released a couple of killer 12" singles of scalpel works on Razor 'N' Tape and KAT. Here he pitches up on Dicky Trisco's long-running Disco Deviance imprint with a couple more peaktime treats. Opener "Spiral" reworks an electric-piano and vibraphone heavy instrumental disco killer, stretching it out and emphasizing the touchy-feely elements of the original. Flipside "Get Here" is a little chunkier, utilising dubwise effects to tweak and stretch out a slamming jam defined by its' excellent walking bassline. Great edits are getting harder to come by; thankfully, these are both superb.
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Edits (12")
Cat: DD 38. Rel: 22 Feb 16
  1. World Of Make Believe (Frank Booker edit) (5:39)
  2. Sequence Of Movement (Frank Booker edit) (6:51)
Review: Frank Booker returns for his second outing on the evergreen Disco Deviance label offering up another pair of glorious disco reinventions seen through a raver's eye. "World Of Make Believe" is a fancy, down the line disco churner with plenty of strings, a hard punch, and a fabulous but of vocal riding over those kick drums; "Sequence Of Movement", instead, is all funky and down on the floor, boasting a sublimely phased out guitar serving as one mighty, groovy, delicious bassline. Yes please Frank.
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Edits (12")
Cat: DD 37. Rel: 23 Nov 15
  1. On The Way (Mr Mendel edit) (5:57)
  2. Higher (Mr Mendel edit) (6:43)
Review: Amsterdam's smoothest boogie operator Mendel follows up a string of well-received edits on Basic Fingers, Lumberjacks In Hell and Street Edits with a debut on Disco Deviance. "On The Way" is a furiously funky case of looped up momentum that teases more and more before culminating in a big key crescendo. "Higher" plays the same game but with original disco source material where a juicy bassline underpins larger than life gospel-level soul vocals. Chicago in their construction, New York in their delivery, these are two Mendel's best edits to date.
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Edits (12")
Cat: DD 039. Rel: 25 Apr 16
  1. Sweet Caress (Otherlover edit) (10:04)
  2. Live & Let Live (Otherlover edit) (6:52)
Review: The Revenge man Graeme Clarke dons his OTherlover guise for cheekier edit adventures on Disco Deviance. "Sweet Caress" is a thumping, snaking, twisting jam that builds with dynamic orchestration that has all the dramatic hallmarks of Whitfield and Strong. "Live & Let Live", meanwhile takes Charles Earland's "Coming To You Live" and adds a funkier cosmic sheen by way of synth overlays, filters, crowd noises and cheeky reverse flexes. Otherlovely, more like!
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Digital Deviance Vol 4
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Cat: DDCD 04. Rel: 15 Dec 14
  1. Need Some Love (Beaten Space Probe & Dicky Trisco edit)
  2. Make Me Whole (Rahaan edit)
  3. Viva Las Vegas (Ray Mang edit)
  4. Get To You (Pete Herbert & Dicky Trisco edit)
  5. Zulu Nation (Eddie C edit)
  6. Glow (Late Nite Tuff Guy edit)
  7. In The Disco Last Night (Pete Herbert & Dicky Trisco edit)
  8. Don't Stop Me (The Popular Peoples Front edit)
  9. Sfunky (A Dimitri From Tokyo edit)
  10. Ball Games (Otherlover edit)
Review: Over the last seven years, Dicky Trisco's Disco Deviance label has become one of the most reliable sources to top-notch disco and boogie re-edits, delivering a string of must-have, vinyl-only releases. Given that their last CD roundup of 12" releases dropped back in 2012, Digital Deviance Volume 4 is well overdue. Predictably, it's packed with dancefloor dynamite, from the lolloping disco bump of Rahaan's "Make Me Whole", and Pete Herbert and Dicky Trisco's "Get To You" (a near perfect instrumental rearrangement of France Joli's "Gonna Get Over You") , to the organ laden madness of Dimitri From Tokyo's "SFunky". Best of all, though, is "Don't Stop Me" by The Popular People's Front, a heavily percussive romp through bumpin' disco-funk pastures.
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