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Are You Losing My Hearing?
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Are You Losing My Hearing? (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MSN 017. Rel: 07 Sep 15
  1. Are You Losing My Hearing? (5:19)
  2. Moneychangers (6:59)
Review: Tom 'Dam Mantle' Marshallsay and Rich McMaster from Golden Teacher were first granted an outlet as General Ludd through Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter's Mister Saturday Night last year with the breathless pair of house burners that made up the Woo Ha 12". Since then the General has brought the Luddite house sound to Clan Destine, 10 Thousand Yen and Autonomous Africa among others and now lands back on the Mister for the keenly anticipated Are You Losing My Hearing? Another two-track exercise in 12" dynamism, the title cut finds GL in sprightly house mood with a rubbery feel not too dissimilar to Gerd's Geeeman output. Flip it over and "Moneychangers" veers off into more dystopian, heads down territory with some killer modular squiggles throughout.
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Weekends & Beginnings: Sampler Volume 2
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  1. Ike Release - "Phazzled"
  2. Jasper Street Company - "Solid Ground" (Tommy Musto remix)
  3. Caribou - "Leave House" (Motor City Drum Ensemble remix)
Review: Having impressed at the tail end of 2014 with the CD version of Weekends & Beginnings - a live mix-up recorded to celebrate the success of the Mister Saturday Night parties that eventually spawned the acclaimed label of the same name - Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter return with a second, DJ-friendly vinyl sampler. Unsurprisingly, it's packed with gems, from the deep, gospel-influenced soulful house swing of Tommy Musto's forgotten 1998 remix of Jasper Street Company's "Solid Ground", to the percussive, stripped-back brilliance of Motor City Drum Ensemble's remix of Caribou's "Leave House". Best of all, though, is Ike Release's "Phazzled", an overlooked 2012 deep house gem that deserves greater exposure.
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Weekends & Beginnings
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Weekends & Beginnings (mixed CD + 8 page booklet)
Cat: MSNCD 002. Rel: 24 Nov 14
Deep House
  1. Le Chanteur - "La Passion Des Collines"
  2. Terrence Jerome - "Believe"
  3. Alice Smith - "Love Endeavour" (Maurice Fulton mix)
  4. Nebraska - "Green Marimba"
  5. Cobblestone Jazz - "Traffic"
  6. Mr G - "Daily Prayer"
  7. Anthony Parasole/Elgato - "Quickstrike/Zone"
  8. Caribou - "Leave House" (Motor City Drum Ensemble mix)
  9. Adesse Versions - "Modal"
  10. Jasper Street Company - "Solid Ground" (Tommy Musto remix)
  11. House Of Gypsies - "Another Worry"
  12. Lord Nelson - "Shango" (Daniel Haaksman & DJ Beware remix)
  13. DJ Duke - "Sun Beats"
  14. Jurgen Paape - "Take That"
  15. Ike Release - "Phazzled"
  16. Recloose - "Can't Take It" (Herbert Some Dumb dub)
  17. Bassclef - "Ghost Kicks In The Spiral"
  18. Sam Orwell - "Secret Nothings"
Review: Having just released its first label compilation, Mister Saturday Night's label and party heads Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin deliver their first commercial mix CD for their label. Taken from a Mister Sunday party held in Brooklyn back in August, the 18-track set is about as close as you're going to get to attending one of their legendary parties without actually being there. In practice, the label's promise that the mix is "just as suitable for home and headphone consumption as it is for a party" holds true, with jams from Anthony Parasole, Bass Clef and Mr G placed alongside heaters from gospel-oriented house music group Jasper Street Company and the Todd Terry produced House of Gypsies project.
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Let A Hundred Flowers Bloom
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Cat: MSNTEN 001. Rel: 09 Jun 14
  1. Let A Hundred Flowers Bloom
  2. Discouraged
  3. Denominazione Version
Review: New York's Mister Saturday Night is one of a handful of labels that are genuinely capable of surprising us with each successive release (as their thrillingly eclectic forthcoming Brothers & Sisters compilation brilliantly proved). For example, who would have predicted that this first MSN 10" single (the first from sometime L.I.E.S man Gunnar Haslam) would open with two and a half minutes of dark, intense ambience and distant Middle Eastern singing? Elsewhere, Haslam inches further towards the dancefloor, retaining the dark and exotic feel on "Discouraged", before pummeLling us with discordant, delay-laden DJ tool "Denomiazione Version". Brilliantly left-of-centre stuff all round.
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The Clay EP
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Cat: MSN 020. Rel: 11 Apr 16
Deep House
  1. Physical Graffities (7:37)
  2. The Clay (5:48)
  3. Excitus (5:41)
Review: Tokyo's Jun Kamoda is the latest artist to join the ever-expanding Mister Saturday Night family. The Japanese producer was invited to contribute to Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter's label after partying with the duo in New York last year. There's much to admire on The Clay EP, starting with the driving-but-wonky, hard-to-describe madness of "Physical Grafiti" (think bombastic, chopped-up disco loops, restless electronics, rubbery bass, layered handclaps and delay-laden vocal snippets). He moves towards Aunti Flo territory on the pulsating, jackin' Afro-house sweatiness of "The Clay", before closing proceedings with some more cosmic, disco-not-disco-meets-house action (the looped vocal yelps, tight beats and distorted samples of "Excitus"). Utterly bonkers, all told, but all the more brilliant for it.
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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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Look What You've Done To Me EP
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Cat: MSN 021. Rel: 16 May 16
Deep House
  1. Look What You've Done To Me
  2. Sos Dub
  3. Done My Best
Review: Ali "Nebraska" Gibbs last outing on Mister Saturday Night, 2015's Stand Your Ground, saw the producer treating listeners to a quartet of tracks that touched on a multitude of house styles. This follow-up has a similar feel. He begins with the loose-but-bold drums, electric piano solos, disco strings and occasional punchy horns of "Done My Best", before dropping down into slower, deeper, dub-tinged territory via the toasty electric bass, stretched-out chords, mid-tempo grooves and pitched-down horns of "Look What You've Done To Me". He rounds off another fine outing with "S.O.S Dub", a crackling, unfeasibly atmospheric journey through dub house grooves, fluttering chords and creepy electronics.
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Brothers & Sisters
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Cat: MSN LP 001. Rel: 30 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Archie Pelago - "Cinema Club"
  2. Dark Sky - "Clear"
  3. General Ludd - "C"
  4. Boya - "Dawn Corner"
  5. Archie Pelago - "The House Of Haab"
  6. Dark Sky - "IYP"
  7. Gunnar Haslam - "Kenosha (Amytal)"
  8. Keita Sano - "Ingram"
  9. Keita Sano - "Drummer Trix"
Review: New York's venerable Mister Saturday Night imprint - an offshoot of Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin's party series of the same name - has spent the last couple of years building a reputation as a go-to label for those who like their house and techno eccentric and left-of-centre. Here, they present a showcase of their output to date that mixes previously vinyl-only singles - see Lumigraph's "Yacht Cruiser", the murky jazz-house flex of Archie Pelago's "Brown Oxford" and General Ludd's sweaty "Woo-Ha" - with a swathe of previously unreleased cuts. These are uniformly excellent, with the murky future voodoo of General Ludd's "C" and Archie Pelago's jazz-funk jam "Cinema Club" standing out.
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