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Fire Island was a project from UK house vets Terry Farley and Pete Heller, which went out with a bang in 1998 by collaborating with the mighty Loletta Holloway on the absolutely massive 'Shout To The Top'. Now Hifi Sean is getting to grips with the track and giving it a very tasteful re-rub which brings a little bit of Salsoul-speckled joy and passion to the original mix while keeping Holloway's vocal right where it should be out front and soaring. Sean's 'House Mix' is a dubbier, heavyweight affair that should go down well with the tech house crowd, but there's also a super sweet 'reprise' of the main mix which would be the perfect 'moment' in the midst of a set.
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Every so often, a compilation comes along and delivers a snapshot of a city's underground music scene at a given moment in time. That's what compilers Rick Wilhite and Delano Smith have achieved with Parabellum Detroit, an expansive and predictably high-quality collection of cuts from some of the Motor City's finest producers. They naturally provide a couple of collaborative cuts of their own - the spacey, late-night techno hypnotism of '11 Minutes of Funk' and the intergalactic deep house drift of 'Neo Solaris', while there are also top-notch contributions from Javontte (the warm, soul-flecked deep house of 'Late Night Love'), Marcellus Pittman (beatdown chugger 'Everybody Party'), Gerald Mitchell AKA Soul Saver (the incredible 'Kaori'), the Moodymann Kenny Dixon Jr ( 'I'm Goin' Back') and Omar-S (a tidy Godson remix of 'VAT 69').
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Celer - Cantus Libres (remastered)
CD
$13.54
Recently Will Long has been offering up freshly remastered reissues of some of his earliest work as Celer, including numerous self-released sets he made with his original studio partner, Danielle Baquet-Long. The latest to get this treatment is Cantus Libres, a double-disc suite of lengthy tracks that has long been one of the most hard-to-find sets in Celer's discography. Sitting somewhere between ambient and drone, much of the material is built around rising and falling, swelling and gently pulsing musical movements. While almost entirely electronic and crafted from densely layered, effects-laden synthesizer chords and textures, it's almost neo-classical in its use of cinematic sweeps and emotive, slow-release melodies. Thanks to a superb remastering job, it also now sounds more attractive than ever before.
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John Beltran / Nostalgic - Going Home EP (reissue)
12"
$14.71
Since launching in early 2020, archival techno specialists Back to Life has reissued some genuine gems from the likes of Ron Trent and Chez Damier, Bam Bam, G-Man and Leo Anibaldi. Their latest missive comes courtesy of the effervescent John Beltran and his lesser-known Nostalgic project. What we get is fully remastered versions of a trio of tracks from 2006's Going Home EP. On the A-side you'll find the original EP's standout cut, 'Placid Angles', a deliciously dreamy chunk of house-tempo Motor City techno rich in undulating analogue bass, sunny chords and intergalactic melodies. It's backed on side B by short IDM number 'Detroit Movements' and 'Going Home', a superbly emotive, atmospheric and immersive sci-fi techno number that's as blissful and positive as they come.
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Charlie - Spacer Woman: Reworked
12"
$11.82
Here's an interesting proposition: two new takes on one of Italo-disco's most celebrated tunes, Charlie's throbbing, synthesizer-powered 1983 masterpiece 'Spacer Woman'. Valentino Kanzayani steps up first, delivering an epic, 11-minute interpretation that subtly beefs up the beats and stretches out the spacey, arpeggio-driven groove before finishing on a lengthy, loved-up ambient section. Dana Ruh's flipside remix is a little more revolutionary, with punchy electro beats, a brand new, TB-303 driven bassline and undulating acid lines underpinning deep space chords, slowly shifting electronic motifs and snippets of the original vocal. It's tastefully done and pleasingly different, which is what you want from modern remixes of classic cuts.
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Mason / Jem Cooke - Drowning In Your Love
12"
$12.40
At some point in the summer - in the UK at least - it's highly likely that we'll get to dance again. When we do, you can bet that this slice of dancefloor sunshine from Dutch DJ/producer Mason (real name Iason Chronis) will get plenty of plays. A chunk of funky but laidback disco-house featuring a trademark lead vocal from Jem Cooke and a groove crafted from a short section of a classic cut (we won't give away what, but disco enthusiasts will spot the source), it has all the ingredients of a genuine crossover hit. Mason's original extended mix comes backed by an event more disco-fied rework from Mark Knight, who makes great use of some synth-strings and Nile Rodgers style guitar snippets.
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Les Inferno / Shamako / Mb Edit / Cezar - Italian Disco Machine Vol 2
12"
$14.98
After two years, Samosa Records has finally delivered a sequel to its' popular 2019 mini-compilation Italian Disco Machine. Like its' predecessor, this second volume offers a mixture of tooled-up, club-focused re-edits and heavy disco-house jams. First up label co-owner Les Inferno adds crunchy house drums to a warming, steadily rising 1970s disco gem ('Boogie Bones'), before Shamako delivers a superb rearrangement of a luscious, synth-sporting slab of grandiose orchestral disco ('I Like To Love'). MB Edit's 'All Night' is bumpin' disco-house take on a celebratory disco number rich in mazy solos, crisp guitars and squelchy bass, while Cezar's 'Dancin' and Feel Good' is a lolloping, Popular People's Front style revision of a kaleidoscopic, P-funk-fuelled boogie workout.
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To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Grauzone's sole, self-titled album, WRWTFWW Records has put together a luxuriously packaged, expanded edition. The original album - an inspired and unusual mixture of driving post-punk rock, icy coldwave, ambient soundscapes, Radiophonic Workshop style experiments and spaced-out new wave - resides on the first record, with the second platter gathering together everything else the Swiss band released during their all-too-brief career. The included insert also boasts a superb essay from Swiss music historian Lurker Grand, who not only tells the story of one of Switzerland's most forward-thinking bands of the post-punk era, but also puts their work in context. In a word: essential.
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