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Zopiclone (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MSN 018. Rel: 21 Dec 15
  1. Gum (5:28)
  2. A Little More Time (2:41)
  3. Zopiclone (8:08)
Review: Mister Saturday Night's second release of the week comes from a new Glaswegian producer, the enigmatically names Atlus, who drops the fresh and exciting "Zopiclone", a bizarre and squawking house cut that jitters its way through stumbling low-ends and brittle pieces of percussion. While that is certainly the stand out moment in terms of pure oddity, "Gum" is nothing short of excellent, and its funky disco swing truly hits the spot, whereas "A Little More Time" is the downtempo sibling, the part of the EP that is open to interpretation and one beautiful beatless sway of melodies.
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The Shower Scene EP
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Cat: MSN 004. Rel: 18 Mar 13
Deep House
  1. Shower Scene
  2. Shower Scene (Eamon & Justin Mister Saturday Night version)
  3. Ammadomyownthing
In Brackets EP
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In Brackets EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MSN 005. Rel: 20 May 13
  1. In Brackets
  2. 5AM
  3. Voices
  4. Rare Bloom
Review: Ever spreading their wings and snapping up labels left right and centre, Dark Sky move on from their recent turn for Tectonic to deliver an EP for Mister Saturday Night that applies their complex and engaging approach to housier domains. First track "In Brackets" is a refined beast, tapping into the spiritual vein of artists like DJ Qu but employing a richer tapestry of sounds to intone the mystery. "5AM" by comparison is a much snappier proposition, sporting a vintage garage beat and cheeky trills of synth, while "Voices" burrows into a plethora of vocal micro-samples with purpose and a lot of layering. "Rare Bloom" rounds the EP off in stunning fashion with a measured roller that keeps the beat ticking steadily so that accomplished swells of synth can draw you in on a bold and thrilling journey of a track.
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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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Woo Ha
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Woo Ha (12")
Cat: MSN 009. Rel: 24 Feb 14
Deep House
  1. Woo Ha
  2. Brothers & Sisters
Review: Mister Saturday Night take it to the disco with this riotous two track 12" from Glasgow based pairing General Ludd. Whilst the name may be new to you, the duo behind General Ludd should be familiar with Tom Marshallsay widely regarded for his work as Dam Mantle and Rich McMaster part of the excellent Optimo Music act Golden Teacher. Apparently General Ludd began with the pair working on interactive sound installations, before moving into fully fledged productions and their debut release is a real slammer. Lead track "Woo Ha" is the sort of cut DJs every where will embrace as a tool for causing optimum dancefloor mayhem, a crushing array of orgiastic vocal samples, deep bass lines, rickety snares and drums subjected to expert delay. "Brothers & Sisters" offers a more reserved B Side and is perfect for those on warm up duties. More of this General Ludd!
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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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Margareten EP
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Margareten EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MSN 014. Rel: 11 May 15
  1. Poshlost (6:15)
  2. Margareten (7:13)
  3. Replacement (10:36)
Review: Having surprised a few with the far-out nature of his thrillingly ambient Let One Hundred Flowers Bloom release on Mister Saturday Night, Gunnar Haslam returns to dancefloor pastures with this follow-up for the esteemed NYC imprint. Opener "Poshlost" is trippy and melancholic, with dusty, dub techno-influenced chords ricocheting around a delay-laden sound-space, underpinned by a simple-but-effective rhythm. "Margareten" ups the intensity, with ragged acid lines and a relentless techno groove providing contrast to the deepness of his chords. Finally, "Replacement" sits somewhere between the two tracks, with rolling techno chords, fuzzy textures, gently building melodies and fizzing percussion creating a rush-inducing mood.
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Deposit (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MSN 006. Rel: 29 Jul 13
  1. Deposit
  2. Cole's Lullaby
  3. Shave
Review: Brooklyn's Mister Saturday Night has been in operation for little over a year, and in that time that confounded all expectations with their varied roster and ability to uncover fresh new talent. Locally sourced Hank Jackson is the latest such producer, arriving with a rough and ready sound which sounds ever rawer than Anthony Naples' Moscato offering, referencing the kinds of sounds coming from L.I.E.S. and Opal Tapes. Lead track "Deposit" sees mucky acid-style synths buried under a built-up layer of grit, held together with little more than an insistent cowbell, while "Cole's Lullaby" is even more left of centre, consisting of little more than experimental synth tones forced through cheap distortion. "Shave" offers possibly the straightest track here, but it's still got the kind of kick drum driving its combination of thrift store percussion and rabid synths that Delroy Edwards would be jealous of.
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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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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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People Are Changing
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Cat: MSN 010. Rel: 05 May 14
  1. People Are Changing
  2. Ant
  3. She Was The One
Review: There's a pleasant story behind the latest 12" slab from Mister Saturday Night, with Okayama based musician Keita Sano discovering the label's releases in the vinyl bins of his local record shop and inspired by the music was moved to produce and send Eamon and Justin a clutch of tracks. The three cuts chosen from his submissions for this People Are Changing are far removed from the glitchy, instrumental hip hop that made up Sano's Jewels EP for London label Keep Up! late last year but this only suggests a degree of strength regarding his production prowess. The title track is equal parts high octane and unhinged and really this latter aspect remains a key component of Sano's subsequent productions, with the electrically charged "She Was The One" a particular highlight.
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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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