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It is undervalued soul singer Esther Phillips's cover version of Gil Scott's Heron's cult classic 'Home Is Where The Hatred Is' that provides the source material for this latest edit from DJ Soopasoul. ON the a-side is a version pretty faithful to the original, only with more bulky drums, drawn out grovers and some extra drum fills for that more suitable dance floor feel. The strings will also soar on the right system. A dub pairs it back slightly to a raw funk groove with plenty of hard blue eyed soul also colouring the mix.
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Horse Meat Disco has long been one of the capital's most poly-sexual and out there celebrations of life, and disco. Now the men behind it have pulled together a selection of gloriously upbeat cuts that define the sounds you will hear on their dancefloor. It comes on a pink - what else - vinyl and with a fold out poster on Defected. Legendary names like Kathy Sledge and The Phenomenal Handclap Band sit next to Amy Douglas and Doug Hiller on this most feel good and floor filling double gatefold.
Standby for some read hot early 70s North Soul goodness on this vital Quentin Harris reissue. The 7" was first put out as a private press and its two tracks were recorded after Harris released his Statements album. This is the first ever vinyl reissue and is super limited to just 250 copies. 'Protect Me From Myself' rides a deep cut groove with silky bass and has big horn stabs next to some soul stirring vocal work. 'I'll Always Love You' on the flip then strips things further back to a heartbreaking soul sound with twirling stings and warm horns, lush backing vocals a sing along chords that will melt even the blackest of characters.
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Chicco - I Need Some Money
12"
$14.00
Chicco's 'I Need Some Money' is a real classic amongst the contemporary wave of deep crate diggers and world music lovers. It has been played far and wide by an array of DJs with different backgrounds, and that speaks to the record's global and universal appeal. It has proto-house beats and disco chords with a fantastic vocal that is easy to sing along to. On the flip, 'We Can Dance' slows things down to a dubbed out cosmic crawl with some fantastic squelchy synth work and a young sodding choir of vocals all lighting up the party.
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Obsidian is a French trio working in the shadows between London and Paris. This is their first ever outing on vinyl and they use to show off their well formed sound and it makes for a fantastic first release for the newly formed Parallel Connection label. Sounding with classic yet new at the same time, the EP kicks off with the spaced out cosmic brakes and techno of 'Crossing Over' which is colourful and tripped out. 'War Baby' is just as punchy and forward looking in its sci-fi melodies and slippery bass and 'Dystopia' brings the funk with more astral pads and interplanetary sounds of the highest order. 'Soleil Vert' closes out in tricked out electro fashion and makes this an instant buy.
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Progetto Tribale - Volume 7
12"
$9.68
The Progetto Tribale was originally born in 1992 and gave rise to early success in the underground techno world. It continued throughout the nineties and landed on various labels as it put out multiple volumes of dubby, atmospheric techno. Now, 24 years after the last volume in 1996, it is back. The vital collaborative crew of Donato Dozzy, Pietro and Paolo Micioni appear to remix 'Behaviour 2020' into a zoned out and deep late night techno roller with dubby drums, dreamy Italian melodic overtones and plenty of charm. The other three originals are a little more direct, but no less cerebral and hypnotic.
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Teslasonic / Plant43 / Heinrich Dressel / Cosmic Force / Microthol / Sonobe - Urbi Et Orbi 4
12"
$10.77
MinimalRome comes through with a fourth instalment of their Urbi Et Orbit (which means "to the city and to the world") series and once more it brings together six sizzling hot artists juxtaposing Rome-based producers to others around the globe. Plant43 might be the best known name and he offers up a searing electro trip with intense synth work and Heinrich Dressel gets for a beautiful ambient soundscape that will sooth mind, body and soul. Add in other gems like the rugged and off-grid electro bomb that is 'More Detections' by Microthol and you have a real winner on your hands.
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MD Records is small indie label who here introduce the debut single from Lost in Rio on their new MD Gold Series. Despite what you might assume form their sound, this band hails from Scotland but is a collective made up of talents from all over the world, which explains their global sound. They are a well known live act on their local circuit and have plenty of fine credits individually. 'Little Piece Of Heaven' is their single here and is s glorious bit of timeless soul that lights up summer parties large and small. The musicianship is second to none and the vocals hit a super sweet spot. Studio84 steps up for a remix that repurposes the track for more club focussed play.
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