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The discerning diggers' disco edit label of choice is back with more tricks conjured up from the top hat of party grooves past. Magic Wand have just the kind of quality control you want in an edit label, which is no more apparent than on the slow and sticky funk of Osmose's "Pour Myself" which opens up this latest 12". Sweetooth is marginally more animated but still resolutely chill with the Balearic overtones of "Edith & The Kingpin Remake". Baz Bradley unfurls some slick funk lines embellished with ecstatic piano, while Mushroom Project's edit of "Buyu" shakes things up with a heavy dose of Latin percussion.
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It could not have been less on-trend at the time. It's 1995 and the UK is getting to grips with the commercial potential of rave, house music and other dance genres, while momentum is building behind the most unashamedly 90s and British music movement in history, Britpop. Oasis are readying '(What's The Story) Morning Glory?' and Blur have just introduced us to 'Parklife'. Then along come Slowdive with their third album, arguably their deepest, most serene and captivating in the cinematic sense. The vision of guitarist, singer and songwriter Neil Halstead, the tapestry of beautiful melodies presented across the record owe plenty to electronic and ambient music, although in many ways were ahead of their time in terms of how those are interpreted by a live band rooted in rock. In short, a landmark release.
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In case the first couple of releases passed you by, Timeisnow is a new UK garage focused sub-label from Bristol-based house stable Shall Not Fade. This is the imprint's third 12" and showcases cuts from London-based rising star Holloway, whose previous outings include contributions to split EPs from another West Country label, the under-fire Dr Banana. There's much to enjoy throughout, from the two-step brilliance of opener "Hold U Close" - all sweet, seductive female lead vocals, Armand Van Helden "dark garage" sub-bass and jazzy musical flourishes - to the breakbeat garage heaviness of "MFCC", which reminded us of Zed Bias' earliest work as Maddslinky on Sirkus. Elsewhere, "Homage To Claro" is a bouncy broken beat affair, while "Bad Days" explores the moodier end of the two-step spectrum.
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G Man's "Quo Vadis" which is Latin for :where are you going?" first landed in 1995, but 25 years on makes just as much impact. It is inspired by the film of the same name and, says the artist, Gez "LFO" Varley, it was designed for transitioning between house and techno when in the club. Now it is represented in all its slick, dubby, smooth and hypnotic glory complete with a grittier D. Diggler remix that has never been released on vinyl before. G Man's "Sparticus" is also included and takes you on a bumping trip though tight, taught dub house cum techno perfection.
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The first four releases on Voiceless provide plenty of dance floor thrills and spills, but now the crew enlist a varied team of artists to lead us somewhere different entirely. V As Peace is a 50-plus minute journey to the cosmos, to beachy terrain, to horizontal afternoons gazing at the sky. It is a collection of ambient that ranges form celestial and airy to more ominous and dark, with endless synth drones detailed with distant bird call, warm solar winds drifting above gentle piano playing. It's plaintive and atmospheric from the off and sure to sooth the soul.
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Viktor Talking Machine - Viktor's Reincarnations
12"
$10.37
Viktor Talking Machine reside in Tibet and for their first release on their own new Viktor Records label they delve into their vaults. What they resurface with are three rare remixes of Acid Pauli, Super Flu and Mooryc, which they have pressed to vinyl then packaged in recycled sleeves with silkscreen printing handcrafted in Germany. Musically, the a-side is an enchanting tech house cut with plenty of worldly instrumentals, while their take on Super Flu's "Insi" is a drawn out and trance including melodic house affair. Things are just as drawn out and epic on the adventurous closer.
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The legend of the late Mac Miller lives on with a special rerelease of the American artist's fourth mixtape, K.I.D.S. It first landed in 2010 when he was very much on the rise, and the title is an acronym for "Kickin' Incredibly Dope Shit", which is a reference to 1995 film Kids. Seven of the tracks came with well received music vides that got heavy plays on YouTube and helped contribute to the Miller's very real rise over the last decade. The sounds are lush and deep and more classically hip hop in style that his later more r&b leaning work. It's filled with smart samples and plenty of his catchy vocal hooks and is a fine addition to any collection.
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Dj Delivery - Filters & Uplifters
12"
$10.64
The big Yellow Van enlists DJ Delivery to drop off another dose of glossy disco goodness here. "I Kiss Only You" is the triumphant opener, with big piano stabs, diva vocals and a throwback feel that will oil any party. "Groovin" gets a little deeper - the heartfelt vocal and funk guitar riffs loop over punchy house kicks that will get people in real raptures. "Party People" is another huge one that channel classic Chicago house and New York disco in pure fire, and closer "Keep On Dancing" is another exquisitely sampled jam with lush strings next to pitch shifted vocals filled with soul.
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