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In general, we'd say it was unwise to tamper with Chic & Sister Sledge back catalogue, especially such stone cold classics as "Thinking of You" and "Le Freak". That said Dimitri From Paris has a brilliant track record when it comes to breathing new life into familiar favourites and there's no doubt that he's hit the mark once again here. On the A-side, the veteran Frenchman stretches out "Thinking of You", subtly extending it using the multi-track parts, first for a sing-along, end-of-night vocal version and then a tasty instrumental take. On the flip, he tries the same with "Le Freak", brilliantly building up the action in layers before unleashing one of the most famous grooves of all time. Guaranteed dancefloor gold.
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If you dig deep house - hell, electronic music full stop - then you should be rather excited by the arrival of Cerebral Hemispheres, the first Mr Fingers album for 26 years, and the first of any kind by the producer behind the alias, Larry Heard, since 2003. As you'd expect, the album is exceptionally good, with Heard's famous musicality and fluid keys-work coming to the fore throughout. While rooted in melodious, huggable deep house, Heard naturally uses the opportunity to veer off in the myriad of different directions, touching on jazz, dub, downtempo grooves, soul, samba, tech-soul, deep acid house and much more besides. It has the feel of a genuine future classic and could well be his strongest album to date. Given his track record, that's a bold claim, but Cerebral Hemispheres really is that good.
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Jensen Interceptor - Nocturnal Fabric EP
12"
$10.73
There's no denying that Jensen Interceptor is one of electro's most "on-form" artists right now. This five-track salvo on Luke Eargoggle's Stilleben label comes hot on the heels of fine outings for Central Processing Unit and Boyznoize Records. It's naturally every bit as impressive as its' predecessors, delivering a range of bold and bombastic electro workouts aimed firmly at peak-time dancefloors. We're particularly enjoying both the heavyweight drums, end-of-days riffs and computer beeps of "Nocturnal Fabric" and the mutant, deep space electrofunk of "YSL Funk", though there's plenty to set the pulse racing elsewhere on the EP, too. Even the record's trippy, downtempo moment - Assembler Code collaboration "Viral Scan" - hits the spot.
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Art Of Tones - Where The One Is EP
12"
$11.31
"Where The One Is", the lead cut from Art of Tones' latest Local Talk release, sounds like a peak-time anthem in the making. Seemingly crafted using a mixture of cut-up Philadelphia soul samples, jammed-out new disco instrumentation and jazzy, ambidextrous house beats, it feels a little like a tooled-up, slightly more low-slung version of Blackjoy classic "Moustache". You'll find more low-slung, disco-fired, Clavinet-sporting heaviness on side B, where stomper "Double Wheelin" provides further guaranteed peak-time pressure. As for "Reprise Du Fonk", it appears to be a quick-fire dub of "Where The One Is" featuring even more elastic bass guitar, jazz-wise guitar licks and life-affirming electro piano solos.
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Stanislav Tolkachev - The Fridge
12"
$10.43
In the 13 years that have passed since he made his debut, Stanislav Tolkachev has kept himself busy, releasing a trio of well-regarded albums and a high volume of club-ready 12" singles. His latest missive, The Fridge, is effectively a mini-album, with the Ukrainian producer serving up a sextet of dark, atmospheric variations on a theme. While there's plenty of variety in the rhythms and melodies, each of the six tracks is blessed with distorted, mind-altering bottom-end and wild, lo-fi riffs and melody lines crafted using what sounds like one synthesizer. Highlights include the darting, almost ecclesiastical synth motifs and druggy beats of "The Fridge 2", the synth-accordions and bombastic machine drums of "The Fridge 4" and the kick-drum driven creepiness of clandestine closer "The Fridge 6".
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Ishan Sound / Hodge / Muttley - C5
12"
$10.15
Having recently notched up 100 releases, Tectonic begins a new era by offering up a suitably weighty collaborative release from Peng Sound regular Ishan Sound. On side A, the Young Echo member joins forces with Hodge - owner of the nicest hair in techno - for the deep and dreamy dubstep shuffle of "C5", where fluid riffs dance above a blazed but powerful beat. Muttley lends a hand on flipside cut "Still Smoking", an altogether livelier and more aggressive - if still suitably deep and hazy - 140 BPM workout that comes complete with stabbing, grime style riffs and some serious subsonic bass.
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Fernando Pulichino - Solstice
12"
$11.02
With label boss Kevin Griffiths running his Tsuba imprint out of sunny Adelaide down under, it still hasn't stopped him from seeking out the globe's finest house music. He sought out Argentinian producer Fernando Pulichino a few years ago and he's back with more emotive nu-disco business on the deep side. This follows up some great releases on Leng, Futureboogie and Is It Balearic. Starting out with the sexy neon-lit mood lighting of "Serena" that's perfect for the early evening. The lo-slung "Solstice" is perfect for watching a sunset on The White Isle . On the flip, there are two versions of "Sunburst 73" where the groove of the original follows in suit of the A side's style, but the remix by Swiss producer Androo (who had an impressive debut on Music From Memory sublabel Second Circle last year) delivers an impressive dub deconstruction in the vein of Adrian Sherwood.
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Ghost Vision are comprised of Thomas Gandey (aka Cagedbaby) and Danny McLewin (half of Psychemagik). Story has it that Love On The Rocks boss Paramida got wind of these guys via Los Angeles scene stalwart Dirty Dave. They had produced a wealth of material forthcoming on Cologne's Kompakt and one of the results of these efforts was the balearic boogie down sexiness of "Shakuhachi" - which receives a couple of wicked remixes too. Alex From Tokyo's Tokyo Black Star Atlantis remix is a respectful rendition that gives the track more dancefloor dynamics, by way of its four to the floor groove. This is followed by a version from Planet Sundae's Al Kassian, who reinterprets it as an evocative acid odyssey that is absolutely sublime.
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