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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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If you've ever been to a rare groove party - or a soul and funk one, for that matter - there's a fair chance you'll have heard Tommy Stewart's 'Bump & Hustle Music'. The song first featured on the American artist's self-titled debut album in 1976, but later became an anthem on the London rare groove scene. It remains an infectious, feel-good, life-affirming treat, with addictive female vocals, twittering flute motifs and much-sampled horn riffs riding a languid, rolling groove. Over on the flip you'll find another fine track taken from the same album: the sweeping, string-laden disco sweetness that is 'Fulton County Line'.
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Speaker Crackle In The Garden was a feature on New Zealand lathe cuts that ran in the last six issues of the Gothenburg fanzine Fordamning. This publication is a continuation of that, a review guide to 83 lathe cuts from New Zealand featuring releases from artists like Surface Of The Earth, Tanaka-Nixon Meeting, Armpit, Pumice, Birchville Cat Motel, Bruce Russell, The Drugs, New Zealand Guitar Orchestra, White Saucer, Sandoz Lab Technicians, Antony Milton, Oistraka, Omit plus many more, and labels like Headshy, High Tension House, Precious Metal, World Resources, CMR, Root Don Loonie For Cash, PseudoArcana, Celebrate Psi Phenomenon, Trinder, Crawlspace, Independent Woman Records etc. 60 text-heavy pages. Comes with a Root Don Loonie For Cash CD compiled by Clayton Noone featuring lathe tracks from The Strange Girls, Armpit, Claypipe, Pumice and more. Published by Discreet Music in an edition of 300 copies.
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Subradeon - The Last Trumpet
12"
$11.45
Techno producers and DJ's first and foremost, Subradeon find Soul at the heart of their work, be it via their productions on labels like Rekids, Motech, and Hardgroove.Subradeon are the Neapolitan new school techno producers who carry on in the fine tradition of the likes of Rino Cerrone and Gaetano Parisio. Their sound is soulful, with bouncy drums and vocals to embellish the grooves and really make sure they strike hard. 'The Last Trumpet' is a sleek and clean banger, an early Detroit-styled anthem for the peak of the night that still has its foot in the underground. 'We Don't' is lit up with silvery synths and chatte-ring percussion, again a la Motor City sound of Underground Resistance. The closing two tracks bring yet more high energy, stirring laced sounds that are epic and excellent in equal measure.
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Satin Finish - Took A Chance On Love
7"
$14.03
Satin Finish started out as a trio of Goldsboro musicians namely Donald Oliver on keys, Joe Exum on drums and Dennis Kornegay on bass. They were all scouted to the Greenback Records label out of New Jersey by two producers by the names of George Greene and Gary D. Jackson. High school graduate Karen Scott was the band's vocalist and here she does a fine job across a pair of stunning and spine tingling cuts of soul drenched, mid tempo disco funk. 'Took A Chance On Love' has great harmonies and dancing keys to get you moving and 'Didn't Wanna Lose Your Love' is the more sentimental slow song for smoochy moments.
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Atoloi - Inflorescenze
12"
$12.89
Sure Thing's third release, Inflorescenze, comes from Milano-based artist Atoloi. He's offered the label a meditative work that reflects upon the tension that arises from polarity: nature and the city-bound sphere of clubbing, weight and levity, the internal world of the artist and his external environment. Inflorescenze moves like a living, breathing organism, or like one undifferentiated process: a circuit with no end and no beginning.
The Deviation club night was a legendary party helped by the now well known Radio 1 DJ Benji B. With this expansive collection he looks back to draw up some of the highlights from over the years, and next to a load of classics there are also some exclusives from the likes of Hudson Mohawk. The widescreen selection takes in slow burning house from The Detroit Experiment, dark bass from Zomby and dubstep wobblers from Mala. It does a fine job of capturing the energy and expansive remit of the night, playing you front and centre one more time.
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