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Machine Jacked
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 in stock $8.44
Cat: STILLM 039. Rel: 20 Apr 15
Techno
  1. Wurk It (6:25)
  2. Acid Nothing (9:09)
Review: Founder and owner of Still Music Jerome Derradji finally makes his debut on the label with a pumping two-tracker for the dancefloor. "Wurk It" is a fast-paced, acid-laced techno monster reminiscent of the mid-90's Dance Mania sound that was coming out of Chicago then. On the flip, "Acid Nothing" is relatively tamer but nonetheless abrasive thanks to its menacing drops of 303 goodness. Quality.
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Kill Yourself Dancing: The Story Of Sunset Records Inc Chicago 1985-89
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Cat: STILLMDLP 009. Rel: 16 Sep 13
Deep House
  1. Razz - "Kill Yourself Dancing"
  2. Ben Mays - "Lover Man (Lover Man)"
  3. White Knight - "It Could Be Acid"
  4. Boom Boom & Master Plan - "Face The Music" (dub mix)
  5. Modern Mechanical Music - "Persia"
  6. Master Plan - "Electric Baile" (Commercial mix)
  7. Hex Complexx - "I Want You" (The Transcontinental mix)
  8. Matt Warren - "Rock The Nation" (Kenny Jason remix)
Review: Having previously explored Chicago boogie and the roots of the Windy City's house scenes, Jerome Derradji's Still Music imprint turns its attention to the story of the largely unheralded Sunset Records Inc. A collaboration between Matt Warren, Miguel Garcia and Ralphie Rosario, the label blurred the boundaries between European-influenced sounds (specifically Italo, new wave and industrial) and "beat tracks" - what would become the city's greatest musical export: house. There's some terrific material here, from the touchy-feely piano house of Warren's "You Know The Way To My Heart" and freestyle/proto house fusion of White Knight's "Demons (A Mix 2 U)", to the dense disco drums of Master Plan's "Electric Balle (Large Dub)" and the foppish, Human League-go-Italo foppishness of Boom Boom & Master Plan's "Face The Music".
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Bang The Box!: The (Lost) Story Of AKA Dance Music Chicago 1987-88
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Cat: STILLMDCD 010. Rel: 14 Oct 13
Deep House
  1. Nexus 6 - "Take Me Higher" (The Ultimate Acid mix)
  2. Matt Warren - "Bang The Box" (Bang The House mix)
  3. Michael Griffin - "Close Your Eyes" (feat George Karchmer & Khrissie Henderson - club mix)
  4. Team - "The Music's Got Me" (club mix)
  5. BNC - "House Ain't Giving Up" (Jackin mix)
  6. Modern Mechanical Music - "Pleasure Dome" (feat Matt Nick & Michaelangelo - house mix)
  7. Matt Warren & Michaelangelo - "Exotic" (vocal)
  8. Nexus 6 - "Take Me Higher" (club mix)
  9. Modern Mechanical Music - "Pleasure Dome" (feat Matt Nick & Michaelangelo - instrumental)
  10. Matt Warren - "Take It To The Wall" (Matt's mix)
  11. Team - "The Music's Got Me" (dub mix)
  12. Matt Warren - "Bang The Box" (original remix 1994)
  13. Matt Warren & Michaelangelo - "Rock It"
  14. Michaelangelo - "Lost In The World"
  15. Matt Warren & Michaelangelo - "Exotic" (dub version)
  16. Michaelangelo - "Alternative House"
  17. Michaelangelo - "Jackin"
  18. Michael Griffin - "Close Your Eyes" (Matt N Steve house mix)
  19. Michaelangelo - "Disco House"
  20. Matt Warren & Michaelangelo - "Don't Bring Back Memories"
  21. Matt Warren & Michaelangelo - "Let It Flow" (Short version)
  22. Michaelangelo - "Pick It Up"
  23. Michaelangelo - "Shake It" (feat Pepper Gomez)
  24. Matt Warren & Michaelangelo - "Remember The Last"
  25. Matt Warren & Michaelangelo - "Exotic" (House It Up dub)
  26. Matt Warren & Michaelangelo - "Dusty House"
The House That Jackmaster Hater Built Part 2
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Cat: STILLMLP 012-2. Rel: 17 Nov 14
Deep House
  1. Terrance Woodard - "Jack The Box" (JD edit)
  2. Jordan Zawideh - "First Daze"
  3. Jackmaster Hater - "Hiccup Track" (original It's House)
  4. Kevin Starke - "Jaws"
  5. Jackmaster Hater - "Passion" (extended unreleased)
  6. Unknown - "Happiness" (Ron Hardy edit)
Review: Jerome Derradji continues his trawl through the impressive archives of KStarke Records boss Kevin "Jackmaster Hater" Starke, who boasts a stack of rare tapes of unreleased Chicago house material once belonging to Ron Hardy and Frankie Knuckles. This second instalment in the series features some of Starke's own acid-heavy compositions - some of which are covers of lost or unreleased tracks - as well as previously unheard material from the 1980s. Of those, the predictably dusty Ron Hardy edit of "Happiness" will probably gain most attention, though it's Derradji's edit of Terrence Woodward's stripped back but intense "Jack The Box" that hits home hardest.
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The House That Jackmaster Hater Built Part 1
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Cat: STILLMLP 012-1. Rel: 17 Nov 14
Deep House
  1. Crystalite - "Cut By A Laser"
  2. Kevin Starke - "151" (Kstarke version)
  3. Unknown - "Track 1" (Ron Hardy edit)
  4. Traxmen - "No Way Back"
  5. Jordan Zawideh - "Newton's Sleep"
  6. Jackmaster Hater - "Drum Track"
  7. Jackmaster Hater - "Tracky 2"
Review: Kevin "Jackmaster Hater" Starke is something of a Chicago house archivist. As owner of the Wndy City's Kstarke Records (and a clutch of spin-off labels), Starke owns an impressive collection of rare tracks - mostly on cassettes - that were reportedly traded between the city's most high profile DJs during the 1980s. With a little help from Still Music boss Jerome Derradji, he's decided to gather some of these tracks together on The House That Jackmaster Hater Built Part 1. For those interested in the history of Chicago house, it's a tantalising proposition. Certainly, there's an illicit feeling about much of the raw, hissing, drum-heavy material on this first vinyl doublepack, from the Italo-influenced opener from Crystalite, to the previously unheard - and unknown - Ron Hardy edit that opens side two.
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Believer (Jazzanova remix)
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Cat: STILLM 019. Rel: 02 Apr 07
Deep House
  1. Believer
  2. Believer (Jazzanova instrumental remix)
  3. Believer (Jazzanova vocal remix)
Review:  This is Detroit artist Paul Randolph, with a stunning preview of his forthcoming second album "Believer", released on Still Music. It is the best modern soul has to offer. Jazzanova's remix (vocal & instrumental versions included) is an electro stunner for the clubs. Paul Randolph is the most upcoming Detroit artist. His career as a professional bass player and vocalist got him to record with Detroit's finest.
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