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Party people in the place to be! Another precision trip into the history books as 5BB take us back to one of the most important neighbourhoods in hip-hop history. This time we head to Harlem and Uptown courtesy of the heavily influential Troubleneck Brothers crew and their '94 nostalgia shock "Back To The Hip-Hop". Still smooth, still reminiscent of the finest foundations, still flowing like water. Meanwhile the B side flexes the drum inspiration with a crisp version of Les McCann's "North Carolina". The party has already started, and now it's about to end.
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The Chemical Brothers are back with their 10th studio album (mixes and soundtracks not withstanding), and they're sounding especially fired up. The widescreen stadium psychedelia they've made their own spills out in abundance across "No Geography", but it's also matched with a feverish energy. The more up-tempo tracks, like "Gravity Drops" and "Eve Of Destruction", spit and snarl with the best of their classic, down and dirty dancefloor material, but there's plenty of space for the starry eyed songwriting they've made their own in more recent times. Just cop "The Universe Sent Me" and be immediately transported to a festival field, where you'll no doubt be catching The Bro's this summer.
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On their third album, Tiger & Woods have decided to flip the script a little, paying tribute to Italy's remote, rural clubs of the early 1980s. To do this, they've sampled up a wealth of material from Rome's boogie-inspired, Italo-disco era Full Time and Goodymusic labels and turned it into slow motion and mid-tempo gold. As a result, the album's eight tracks are altogether more sun-kissed and Balearic in feel than their electrofunk-inspired club jams of old, though this is no bad thing. In fact, there's an argument to suggest that "AOD" (it stands for Adult Oriented Dance apparently) is their most enjoyable and listenable album to date, with less reliance on heavyweight loop jams and more intricate musical touches. However you spin it, "AOD" is a glassy-eyed, loved up triumph.
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Celia - Celia
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$10.32
In 1970, 23 year-old Brazilian vocalist Celia Cruz headed into the studio with legendary producer and arranger Arthur Verocai to record the first of four eponymous albums that would go on to become "MPB" classics. Here, Mr Bongo offers up a timely reissue of that highly regarded debut, a set that giddily flits between soaring, orchestrated samba-pop ("Cheia Durango Kid", "David"), sun-kissed ballads ("To Be"), tributes to the songwriting prowess of the Beatles (see "Abrace Paul McCartney", whose strings tip a wink to "Eleanor Rigby", and the brassy, up-tempo beat pop of "Lennon - McCartney") and carnival-ready workouts ("Fotograma").
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Fazer - Nadi
CD
$15.48
Munich collective Fazer are a hard act to pin down, musically speaking at least. The band's various members are all classically trained with roots in jazz, but their releases draw on a much wider array of sounds and styles. While still taking warm and woozy jazz as its base, "Nadi", their second full-length, continues this trend. So while tracks such as "Pop Up", "Atuo" and "Wasi" wrap a variety of solos around jazz-funk and Afro-Latin jazz grooves, Fazer also finds space for the polyrhythmic African percussion workout "Twin Drum", the Peter Green-esque bliss of "Lina" and the dubbed-out smokiness of "Harlesden".
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Catz 'n Dogz - Friendship
CD
$10.59
According to Catz 'N' Dogs, their new album "Friendship" was inspired by the role friends, collaborators and partners have played in their runaway success. There's certainly a warm, fuzzy and loved-up feel throughout, with the pair making great use of some top-drawer guest vocalists and collaborators (see James Yuill's fine vocals on deep breakbeat-pop jam "There", the deep house/two-step garage fusion of Zensofly and Maxville hook-up "Wave" and the sun-kissed indie-dance shimmer of WhoMadeWho collaboration "Never Go Down"). Intriguingly, there are just as many sofa-bound sound diversions (skewed hip-hop, downtempo pop and so on) as riotous dancefloor excursions (the piano-happy "New Love" being the standout), making for an accessible and hugely entertaining set that rewards repeat listens.
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What more can be said about the output of Alex 'Omar' Smith? The Detroiter's releases have perhaps been a little more varied of late than we've come to expect, but the quality nevertheless remains dizzyingly high. This white label excursion is full of floor-friendly gems, with Smith's use of classic house samples and familiar vocal samples also making it one of his most party-hearted releases for a while. Check, for example, "Catch Ya", where a much-loved turn-of-the-'90s acapella rises above bouncy New Jersey organs and snappy machine drums. "Better Believe It Baby" brilliantly wraps a chiming synth loop and R&B style vocal snippets around a chunky, disco-fired deep house beat, while "Cheat" and "Pull Ovaa" are deliciously dusty, bass-heavy deep house workouts with just the right amount of hypnotic late night charm.
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Since releasing his debut single way back on 2005, Stil vor Talent founder Oliver Koletzki has become a prolific remixer. Here he gathers together some of his favourite revisions on one handy, DJ-friendly CD. Intriguingly, some of the standout moments are a little breezier, deeper or more melodious than you'd perhaps expect - see the bold, cascading piano lines and fragile female vocals of the HVOB "Dogs" revision and the bongo-driven bliss of the Koletzki & Schwind "Camps Bay" fix-up - but even those picturesque excursions are still 100% dancefloor-ready. Other highlights include a moody, big-room ready mix of Howling's "Stole The Night", a jaunty dub-house take on Channel X's "Snug Descent" and a Giorgio Moroder-inspired version of Cassius' "Toop Toop".
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