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Singles
  1. Amato Y Mariana - "Quieres Bailar" (5:39)
  2. The Sixteen Steps - "Montgat" (6:46)
  3. His Dirty Secrets - "Structures" (6:15)
  4. Further Reductions - "Another Stranger" (4:56)
Review: BOOM! Our favourites, Cititrax, roll the third editions of Tracks out onto our shelves, and the results are unsurprisingly strong on this excellent various artists comp. It's a mixed bag of skills, as per usual, and the sounds are those of a new NYC, fuelled by a new sort of post-industrial sensibility. Amato Y Mariana open with the tight beats and groove of "Queires Bailar", followed closely by the ominous compositions of the EBM-flavoured "Montgat" from The Sixteen Steps. On the flip, His Dirty Secrets bleeps out some morphed acid on "Structures", and "Another Stranger" from Further Reductions churns out a slow, mild-mannered house experiment with its roots clearly planted in the coldest of waves. Sick.
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Irradia (12")
Cat: QNP 003. Rel: 14 Dec 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Rusty (4:02)
  2. Start The Engine (5:15)
  3. Irradia (4:07)
  4. Slightly Mad (4:31)
Review: In recent years, Daniel Baldelli's original productions have tended towards the funkier end of the cosmic disco spectrum. That's certainly what you get here, as the Afro-cosmic pioneer once again joins forces with regular studio partner Marco Dionigi. Of course, there are nod to the chugging, arpeggio-heavy world of Italo-disco - see the Balearic disco dreaminess of "Irradia" and cosmic funk-rock shuffle of "Slightly Mad" - but even these mind-altering journeys come blessed with crackling funk guitars and tasty Clavinet sounds. Our picks are opener "Rusty", a bassline-driven, funk-fuelled Idjut Boys style dub disco number, and the pleasingly percussive, flash-fried funk of "Start The Engine".
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Bondage Games Part 5 (reissue) (heavyweight orange vinyl 12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: BOND 12048C. Rel: 19 Feb 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Sascha Dive - "Dark Night" (7:28)
  2. Frink - "Vega" (7:03)
  3. Toman - "Time To Time" (6:43)
  4. Philipp Gonzales - "Open Hips" (7:53)
Review: Since 2006, Leipzig-based Bondage Music have had a consistent output of quality deep/tech house grooves by an all-star cast from Mihai Popoviciu, Markus Homm, to Pornbugs and NTFO. Once again showing off their sonic diversity on a various artists EP, "Bondage Games Part 5" features Deep Vibes main man Sascha Dive pursuing his newfound love of cavernous and glacial dub techno sounds on the stark "Dark Night", while label staple Frink goes deeper into the late night on the slinky and seductive bounce of "Vega". Similarly on the flip, Toman serves up some sensual mood music on his offering "Time To Time" and finally Philipp Gonzalez goes for a moody and atmospheric vibe on dancefloor drama "Open Hips".
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  1. Quantic presents Flowering Inferno - "Cumbia Sobre El Mar" (feat Nidia Gongora - El Buho remix) (5:11)
  2. Nickodemus, The Spy From Cairo & Gitkin - "Inmortales (Body Move)" (feat Femina - El Buho remix) (5:22)
Review: Following El Buho's "Tributaries" remix album, Wonderwheel offer up this choice 7" featuring two distinct cuts not found on the main record. First up is El Buho's take on grand master Quantic, working with the storied producer's considerable knowledge of Latin music to create a remix of "Cumbia Sobre El Mar" already well loved on globally minded dancefloors. On the flip comes the never before released El Buho version of Nickodemus and Femina's "Inmortales" - a fierce, drum-tastic version to get bodies shaking down.
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Berghain 08 (12" + insert)
Cat: OTON 108. Rel: 23 Jan 18
Techno
  1. Electric Indigo - "Registers" (6:13)
  2. Stefan Rein - "Panther" (6:56)
  3. RRoxymore - "Tropicalcore" (6:34)
  4. Boris & Fiedel - "Div'hain" (6:19)
Review: The latest edition of Berghain's own series comes from a number of talented veterans who all have something different to say about house and techno. That, in itself, is something to appreciate these days. Electric Indigo, whose been balling with the likes of Berlin's DJ Hell since the early 00's, launches a cautious, minimalistic techno experimenting through "Registers", followed by Stefan Rein's bleepy techno tool "Panther" - the sort of bomb you'd expect to hear in the pit at about 4am on a Sunday morning. The B-side features Macro's and Don't Be Afraid's RRoxymore, with "Tropicalcore", a comparatively more sparse and kinetic rhythm track that replaces the drones and pads in favour of ritualistic dance elements in the form of drums; Boris & Fiedel's "Div'hain" closes the eighth chapter of the series with a driving, menacing blur of 4/4 drums and gently acidic bass waves. Excellent.
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Cat: NULLPUNKT 0000006. Rel: 25 Feb 19
Industrial/Noise
  1. Introduction (1:06)
  2. Thesis (5:34)
  3. Premis I (3:54)
  4. Premis II (5:12)
  5. Conclusion (5:21)
Review: If you're in the mood for some industrial-strength dancefloor experiments and lo-fi workouts saturated with noise, this collaboration from old studio buddies Felix Krone and Yu Aseada AKA Ena should hit the spot. It's an altogether more foreboding and paranoid beast than their previous joint excursion, hence the new "F&E" alias. After offering up a decidedly dystopian ambient intro, the duo slowly cranks up the pressure via the industrial dub techno/electro fusion of "Thesis" and the crackling lo-fi techno crustiness of "Premis I". "Premis II" offers a more percussive and rolling take on the same murky blueprint, while "Conclusion" is a suitably hypnotic chunk of dub techno.
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Mat At Duvorna (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: CITI 010. Rel: 17 Sep 13
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Om Igen
  2. Alan Turing
  3. Albatross
  4. A Million Years
  5. Broschyr
Review: Minimal Wave's Cititrax imprint has had one of its most prolific years to date in 2013, with the release of excellent albums from Streetwalker and The KVB, and a KVB remix EP featuring the likes of Regis, Silent Servant and Shifted. The Veronica Vasicka-helmed label looks to expand on that success with a number of forthcoming releases planned over the next few months commencing with the debut EP of Facit, whose Mat At Duvorna EP is described by the label as "quintessential melancholic Swedish wave at its finest." Comprised of Joakim Karlsson and Mai Nestor on vocals, the Gothenburg native Karlsson has previous form as Jocke & Elliot, under which name he released an electro-inspired 12-inch on Swedish label Kust Musik in 2010. this new project seems to be more downtempo in nature, with a sound that most resembles a modern day version of French synthwave duo Deux, making them perfect for the stable of labels run by Vasicka.
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VARVET 004 (white vinyl 12")
Cat: VARVET 004. Rel: 24 Apr 18
Electro
  1. Blyga Violer (5:04)
  2. Kolatorsk (5:25)
  3. Svit & Sprit (7:44)
Review: There is little to nothing that we know about the enigmatic Facket Strejkar, but what we're hearing is certainly placing the producer firmly onto our radars. Coming through on the fiery Varvet imprint, out of Germany, this is surely the best amalgamation of electro and dubstep that is currently on the scene, and we expect plenty of imitators to come busting through real soon. "Blyga Violer" is a tough, sharp-edged electro killer with undeniably UK-style bass at its core, while "Kolatorsk" launches a shape-shifting techno bullet styled on something utterly sci-fi, and the flip's "Svit & Sprit" provides us with a mean, heavy-weighted bit of industrial techno for the floor. B.A.N.G.I.N.G.
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Cat: WSDM 014. Rel: 29 Nov 19
Bass
  1. Rose Red (5:38)
  2. Scales & Measures (6:49)
  3. 4C Loop (5:25)
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Flechazo (12")
Cat: BARN 064. Rel: 11 Dec 19
Breakbeat
  1. Flechazo (8:31)
  2. New Lover (5:17)
Review: What a coming together this is: Swedish label Studio Barnhus have always lived on the colourful and curious fringes of the house music world, and New Yorker FaltyDL operates similarly in his approach to rhythm and sound design. While superb A-side cut "Flechazo" is a bright melodic house cut with shimmering chords and grounded percussion, it is more likely that "New Lover" on the flip will get the attention here: bursting with throwback feels with its 90s house drums, big stabs and blissed out chords, it's an all loved up and subtly euphoric cut, so expect plenty of peak time plays.
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Power (12")
Cat: SWAMP 028. Rel: 29 Apr 14
Bass
  1. Huff & Puff Bruk
  2. Mo
Review: Making a welcome return to Swamp 81 after the Mean Streets pair of releases, Falty DL is on superlative form as ever with a pair of direct cuts that play on different sides of his production personality. "Huff & Puff Bruk" takes the fundamentals of 2-step and infuses it with lazy jazz and ethereal tones for a crisply funking, whimsical cut that should get all soulful spinners in a lather. On the flip things get edgier as "Mo" takes sharply looped vocal samples and works them around clattering slices of breaks to whip up the kind of frenzy that Tessela and co. inspire with their own rum choppery.
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Where Do We Go From Here? (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: FOMDO 13. Rel: 01 Jun 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Where Do We Go From Here? (Andres alt remix) (7:02)
  2. Where Do We Go From Here? (LTJ Xperience remix) (8:40)
Review: The past six years have seen Far Out call on the great and the good to rework material by the Dave Brinkworth and Daniel Maunick-led ensemble, Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra with John Morales, Mark E, Theo Parrish, Marcellus Pittman, Dego and DJ Spinna among the contributors. La Vida man Andres is pulling ahead of the competition in terms of appearances on the series, having contributed two remixes in the space of a year. He's back for a third time with an alternate mix to "Where Do We Go From Here" alongside LTJ Experience man Luca Trevisi. Whilst the Andres mix of the track that featured on a 12" earlier this year was an exercise in chopped simplicity, there is a touch more complexity to this alternate take which shows off his ear for warming musicality. The LTJ take is super deep and super good!
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Cat: CL 07. Rel: 27 Jun 18
Techno
  1. Don't Mess With The Kids (9:22)
  2. The Narrator Device (8:27)
  3. Peace Treaty #1 (4:47)
  4. The Narrator Device (Matrixxman Mayhem remix) (5:31)
Review: Legend of the Florentine scene Francesco Farfa is next up on Vin Sol's Club Lonely, and they're in good hands - this guy has been producing since the beginning of the '90s. Following up 2014's Come Up From The Darkness (With David K) on Souvenir, the Audio Esperanto boss brings his first release in four years on the Farfability EP, featuring a bunch of retro-leaning jams such as the roaring old-school power house of "Don't Mess With The Kids", the euphoric tribal trance-inflected epic "The Narrator Device" and an equally insane remix on the flip courtesy of Matrixxman - whose Mayhem rendition delivers some mentalist rave energy that will take you all the way back to '92 - where were you?
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Pull The Plug EP (reissue) (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: KL RR4. Rel: 05 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Pull The Plug (3:38)
  2. Interlude (1:17)
  3. We Operated (5:50)
  4. Interface (5:54)
  5. Number 8 (5:40)
Review: Electro is very much back in vogue, but for Steffi's vital Klakson label it's a sound that never went away. This EP is a particularly special one that welcomes Fastgraph, aka Dutchman Frank de Groodt, back into the fold more than a decade since his last official release (which also came on this label). These tracks are fast, funky machine music with crispy, crashing metal hits and warped synths that are made to devastate the dance floor. The frazzled bass of "Number 8" sure is pleasing, but to really make a mark, drop the manic lines and overdriven drums of "Interface" and see people really lose their minds.
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Cat: DRP 020. Rel: 19 Mar 14
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Mother Mother (Theo Parrish Translation)
  2. Mother Mother (Theo Parrish Translation instrumental)
Review: New Zealand funk and reggae troupe Fat Freddy's Drop call on the man Theo Parrish to rework "Mother Mother" from last year's third LP Blackbird on the first of two planned remix 12" singles - watch out for the second featuring the handiwork of Cosmo, Yam Who and Ashley Beedle. In original form, "Mother Mother" was already quite a long track, clocking in at just under nine minutes and though this new rendition from the Sound Signature boss is not that much longer he does add his signature (sorry) twist to the track. There's also an instrumental on the B Side for those that aren't partial to Joe Dukie's distinctive tones but love the Parrish production.
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Cat: OCS 013. Rel: 19 Jun 19
Electro
  1. Cold Harbour (4:36)
  2. Breach (1:21)
  3. Process Aesthetics (3:32)
  4. Parallel Rave Fantasies (6:52)
  5. Definition (5:05)
Review: UK techno producer Sigha returns to his experimental project Faugust for the first time since the Devotions (1984 - 2006) EP on the short lived Avian sub label Mira five years ago. Unlike its predecessor, "Parallel Rave Fantasies" resurrects his long-dormant Our Circula Sound imprint and dives into new sonic territory, incorporating more IDM and generative music. Check the mind-mangling and glitchy "Cold Harbour", the demented digitized soundscape of "Process Aesthetics" and the brutalist, body bashing industrial of closer "Definition".
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Climax EP (12")
Cat: 10PILLS 005. Rel: 13 Dec 16
Techno
  1. Track 1 (2:05)
  2. Track 2 (4:46)
  3. Track 3 (3:46)
  4. Track 4 (3:22)
  5. Track 5 (8:05)
  6. Track 6 (5:54)
Review: 10 PILLS MATE is on one hell of a roll in closing the year off; after Andrew Red Hand's absolute killers, here comes six more techno bruisers from newbie Faur. The young chap is in no mood to mess around, and it's clear that he means business given the raw jungle power of the opening "Track 1", and the jacking, tooled-up techno of "Track 2" and "Track 3", the latter of which slips steadily into a nightmarish wormhole of hypnotics and pure dread. "Track 4" is a loose, distorted arrangement while, on the flip, "Track 5" is totally dancefloor-bound with its stealthy techno slither, and "Track 6" ties this magnetic EP off with a rugged beat flex that reminds us of the golden days of the DJAX label. BAD-ASS.
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Played by: Ben Sims
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Tattoo Man (12")
Cat: FAR 010. Rel: 05 May 10
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Tattoo Man (live extended mix)
  2. Tattoo Man (special disco mix)
  3. Tattoo Man (Agogo dub mix)
  4. Tattoo Man (Rudy's Midnight Machine mix)
Review: Disco cognoscenti and brothers in arms Faze Action return to the production fold with "Tattoo Man", coming at you like the theme song for an 80s action show. Recorded in the studio with a live band, the track combines infections bass, drums, congas and keys that give "Tattoo Man" a wonderfully loose and genuine feel. There are a whole load of different versions - a 7" radio edit, a live extended rerub, a special disco mix, an agogo dub for the boogie heads and a couple of remixes from Rudy's Midnight Machine - making this the ultimate single package for discerning disco jocks. This has already been getting love from Pete Herbert, Hunee, Jim Stanton and Joey Negro - so get on it fast.
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Cat: ED 021. Rel: 19 Mar 08
Electro House
  1. Take Off Your Jacket (intro)
  2. Suck It
  3. Edwrecker 2.0
  4. Numanoid
  5. Hawaian Smut
Review: Feadz, the producer behind Uffie comes back with a vengance, under his own moniker. 'Happy Meal EP' is a killer Ed Banger-esque slice of vinyl of the highest club order... You've been warned.
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The Tease (12")
Cat: RMS 012. Rel: 21 Jan 20
Deep House
  1. The Tease (6:24)
  2. Stomp (7:43)
  3. BEP (6:49)
  4. Soul Searching (HVBR edit) (7:47)
Review: George Feely's previous outings on Random Mind State offered "Random Edits" - floor-focused reworks that combined loops and samples from disco and funk cuts with contemporary drum machine rhythms. On his return to the imprint after a two-year absence Feely flips the script, instead offering up a quartet of personal productions on a house tip. Up first is the garage-influenced peak-time bump of "The Tease" - all ear-catching stabs, swinging drums and raw analogue bass, before turning your attention to the hip-house-goes-rave insanity of acid-fired highlight "Stomp". There's a slightly deeper but similarly retro-futurist feel about B-side opener "BEP", while "Soul Searching (HVBR Edit)" is a fine house style revision of what sounds like a Philadelphia Soul classic.
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Cat: HYPNUS 008. Rel: 27 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Brahma (7:00)
  2. Krishna (6:22)
  3. Vishnu (7:28)
  4. Radha (6:53)
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Cat: FSR 7090. Rel: 15 Nov 18
Funk
  1. Egg Roll (3:16)
  2. The Dump (3:46)
Review: New Zealand-born Lance Ferguson has been the beating heart of Melbourne's modern funk and soul scene for the best part of two decades. It's this that allowed him to gather many of the city's best musicians together to record "Rare Groove Spectrum", an album of fresh covers of rare and classic funk, soul and Latin jams. This sampler seven-inch contains two killer covers. On the A you'll find Ferguson and company charging through the deep funk brilliance of "Egg Roll", an instrumental track that first rose to prominence when Keb Darge reissued an un-credited test pressing of mysterious origin. Over on the flip, Ferguson's charges deliver a heady, exotic and intoxicating interpretation of "The Dump" by Soul Vibrations.
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69 Bingo (12")
Cat: THANKYOU 005. Rel: 28 Nov 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. 69 Bingo (3:41)
  2. 69 Bingo (Castro Anti Piano edit) (5:35)
  3. Fico So (3:48)
  4. 24 Rosas (DJ Fruhstuck Snare Abuse bonus beats) (4:43)
Review: Jacky Ferreira was a Portuguese producer who mixed up house, disco and boogie back in the late eighties and early nineties. He first came to most people's attention when Thank You reissued some of his work in 2018, and now they are back for another go. This time they kick off with the Italo piano house of "69 Bingo" and its squelchy synth bass with a "Castro Anti Piano Edit" that's more chopped up and loopy for extra dance floor destruction. Flipside "Fico So" switches it up with a downtempo balearic number before closing out with "24 Rosas", a lovably naff jam that will work particularly well in playful summer settings.
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Cat: CCB 12018. Rel: 11 Feb 15
Deep House
  1. FF/NSD - "8 Hours From Nation" (6:27)
  2. Aleqs Notal - "Mare Imb" (6:57)
  3. JN/WL - "Cause Of Action" (5:39)
  4. Barbara Ford - "Frostbite" (6:56)
Review: Interesting things appear to be happening at base camp ClekClekBoom on the evidence of recent releases from Jean Nipon, Chaos In The CDB, and those Fred P and Chevel refixes of French Fries. The mutant brand of bass, techno, ghetto flavours and more that has characterised the Paris label seemed to have taken new shape on those records and continues here with this Various Cuts 12". French Fries teams up with NS DOS for the percussive burn of "8 Hours From Nation" which pulls from Chicago House and NYC ballroom but pushes in all new directions. From here CCB regular Aleqs NOTAL provides perhaps the deepest cut to appear on the label with "Mare Imb" whilst there are shades of Kassem Mosse in Jean Nipon's excellent "Cause Of Action". A label newcomer rounds out the 12" in style with Dutch producer Barbara Ford instigating a mesmerizing exploration of ocean deep acid in "Frostbite".
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Cat: GR 1259. Rel: 27 Nov 19
Deep House
  1. Free Your Mind (UK mix) (8:56)
  2. Free Your Mind (instrumental) (6:23)
  3. Free Your Mind (NJ mix) (9:01)
  4. Free Your Mind (bonus dub) (7:03)
Review: Fibre Foundation were hot stuff back in the mid-nineties, with DJs like Mark Farina in particular often caning "Free Your Mind" from the trio's 1995 EP. Like many tracks of that period, it's become something of hot slab of wax so Groovin has done the right thing and reissued it with four different mixes. The "UK Mix" is slick deep house with soul-fuelled chords finished off by some sweet vocal coos. If you're after something more bumpin, check the "NJ Mix" that channels Kerri Chandler, and a heavy bonus dub with more propulsive drum work.
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Played by: Paul Starey
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Cat: CPT 5141. Rel: 20 Jun 18
Deep House
  1. Timanfaya (7:21)
  2. Baobab (7:20)
  3. Kalaa (7:18)
Review: Santa Cruz de Tenerife based Pablo Fierro is up next for Compost Black label, following up top releases on the likes of Atjazz, Suol and Innervisions. Speaking of the latter label, the title track here on the The Timanfaya EP features the same kind of Afro influenced hi-tech soul you've come to know him for, while "Baobab" features the same kind of emotions and hypnotic polyrhythms you'd similarly expect of Toto Chiavetta. Finally on the flip, we have the ethereal dancefloor drama of "Kalaa" which steadily builds the elements of tension and suspense over its duration, employing mesmerising melodies, entrancing bell tones and subtle rhythms to marvellous effect.
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Obscura EP (12")
Cat: FAN 011. Rel: 13 Dec 19
Electro
  1. Gains (6:20)
  2. Black Ice (6:51)
  3. Expose (6:16)
  4. Obscura (6:17)
Review: Long time underground legend Carl Finlow is back with more of his rugged and storytelling electro, this time on Spanish label Fanzine Records. There is an industrial turbulence to "Gains" which is coloured by dark energy and paranoid forces. "Black Ice" builds on that with frazzled synths and crashing hits while "Expose" is a brilliantly unsettling and mysterious electro cut that has you looking over your shoulder. "Obscura" closes out with robot-funk and slapping drums that are underpinned by broad, sweeping bass. Essential.
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Played by: Vincent Inc, Lola Allen
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Cat: BRPD 23. Rel: 22 Jan 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Smarty Pants (DJ Spinna Re-Freak) (6:57)
  2. Smarty Pants (single version) (2:37)
  3. Are You Ready For Me? (Uplifting version) (6:02)
  4. Are You Ready For Me? (4:06)
Review: Originally released way back in 1973, "Smarty Pants" is arguably one of the foundation records of the Philadelphia Soul sound that quickly evolved into the disco sound we know and love today. Here First Choice's superb original version (A2) gets a reissue, this time accompanied by an extended multi-track "Re-Freak" by DJ Spinna that sounds like a classic Tom Moulton "disco mix". Side B boasts two versions of 1976 soaring disco cut "Are You Ready For Me": a gently beefed-up, house-friendly "Uplifting Version" by remixer T-Groove and the Norman Harris and Stan Watson-produced original version. If disco is your thing, you need this in your life.
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Cat: DB 167. Rel: 28 Jan 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Stop It (6:18)
  2. Ya Didn't (5:45)
  3. Crowd Control (5:59)
Review: You know what? There just isn't that much good electro-minimal around as much these days, and one of the only labels still churning out the goods is Claude Von Stroke's Dirtybird imprint. As per usual, the bearded American is one to spot new and exciting talent, and Fisher is one such recent finding that has struck a chord, not just with us but also with DJs and dancers everywhere. This new EP kicks off with the grizzly bass of "Stop It", a bass-fuelled tech monster complete with the label's trademark vocal samples, while "Ya Didn't" steps closer to the traditional Chicago house framework - also driven by a healthy dose of bass. "Crowd Control" ties the EP off with a twisted, filtered groove that is...just...SEXY. Bless up, Fisher.
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How's That (12")
Cat: YT 098. Rel: 06 Sep 13
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. How's That
  2. Papi Pacify
  3. Water Me
  4. Ultraviolet
Review: Given the critical reception rightly afforded to Tahliah Barnett's superb debut album as FKA Twigs, it makes perfect sense for Young Turks to rustle up a swift reissue of FKA Twigs, the four track 12" that announced her to the pop music world last year. This EP was the first instance of Barnett's ethereal vocals weaved in amidst production work from Arca that was at times floating, others crushingly pressurised. Naturally the effects of the music are heightened when combined with Jesse Kanda's mind bending videos ("Water Me" especially) but late comers to the magic of Twigs will be all over this. Do check "Papi Pacify" as Arca is on some "Cry Me A River" era Timbalaand tip.
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Cat: ATIPICLAB 003. Rel: 28 Jan 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. On The Go (8:12)
  2. Bind (7:42)
  3. Break & After (7:40)
  4. Suborbit (7:45)
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Cat: SECT 15. Rel: 26 Apr 13
Techno
  1. Phenomenal
  2. Phenomenal (Substance remix)
Review: As a staunch representative of Midwest techno since the mid-nineties, Fanon Flowers has always skirted on the periphery of the scene rather than getting placed on the pedestal many of his neighbours do, but this return to UK's Sect Records sees a further widening of his reach, with this particular record embracing his dub techno side with a cavernous chord deployment and plenty of metallic hits. Substance is on deadly form for the remix, trimming said chord down to a fine point and adding some welcome funk into the arrangement to a thoroughly engrossing end.
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Cat: KM3RD 004. Rel: 01 Oct 19
Drum And Bass
  1. FOI - "One More Stripe" (Lion UK & Drama1 remix) (5:39)
  2. FOI & Fusion - "Treat All Girls Right" (Lion UK & Drama1 remix) (5:30)
Review: Kemet dig deep into their vaults and pull up a seminal 94 joint from James Grant Stephens under his FOI aka Family Of Intelligence guise (plus a collaboration with original Kemet soldiers Fusion) and get young Kemet guns Lion UK along with Drama1 to add the necessary 2020 production punch. "One More Stripe" is brought to life with warm drums and precision position of the ragga vocals while the deep soul of "Treat All Girls Right" is given an extra sun-kissed sparkle. Timeless.
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Re Thinkable EP (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: KEYS 001. Rel: 11 Mar 16
Drum And Bass
  1. Re-Thinkable (6:05)
  2. The Worst (6:02)
Review: Sneaky under-the-counter bootleg business, as two popular R&B ballads undergo the breezy 170 BPM rolling soul treatment. Alicia Keys and Drake's "Unthinkable" gets the A-side with Alicia's voice working perfectly over the tempo and delicate piano emphasising her emotion. Meanwhile on the flip Jhene Aiko's "The Worst" enjoys some classic amen power with lavish synth washes and syrupy subs. The best.
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Cat: BLRVA 001. Rel: 18 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Folamour - "Oneness" (7:45)
  2. Ethyene - "Watchin' U" (6:41)
  3. Ari Bald - "First Class" (6:00)
  4. Dorsi Plantar - "Boogie Sunrise" (6:00)
Review: Coming at you on vibrant pink vinyl, Better Listen's First Class EP more than lives up to its' title. Check, for example, the screaming sax lines, life-affirming orchestral disco loops and bumping bottom end of Folamour's brilliant opener, "Oneness", and the bouncy disco-house positivity of Ari Bald's edit-not-edit "First Class", which is guaranteed to put smiles on faces on out on the dancefloor. Dorsi Plantar successfully tries the same trick on to woozy, ultra-soulful bliss of swirling sunshine shuffler "Boogie Sunrise", while Ethyene's undulating "Watching You" brilliantly wraps eyes-closed synthesizer lines and glistening disco guitars around a leisurely mid-tempo house groove.
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Sabor EP (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: ACME 004. Rel: 26 Sep 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Visionaere
  2. Lo Que Quiere La Gente
  3. Los Hombres De Negro
  4. Latin Rhythms
  5. A Little Spicy
  6. La Rumba No Tiene Horario
Review: Valencia's Alex Font has released or remixed previously on the likes of Nervous, Multi Vitamins and Nite Grooves but returns on his new Acme imprint with a full length. On the Sabor LP, he joins the dots between rolling maximal house ("Visionaere"/"Los Hombres De Negro"), deep and drugged out after-hours shenanigans ("Latin Rhythms"), spacey microhouse ("A Little Spicy") and even a bit of traditional latin jazz on the quirky closer "La Rumba No Tiene Horario". Recorded and released since his return to his homeland after a three year stint in London, it's all in all a brilliant effort by a talented young producer and he's definitely still one to watch!
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Cat: QTZSEVEN 005. Rel: 07 May 15
Jazz
  1. Here You Are (3:38)
  2. The Best Of My Love (John Morales M+M radio edit) (4:17)
Review: A highly limited RSD 45 taken from Ford's debut album on Spen's Quantize. "Here You Are" is an unabashed throwback to classic jazz sentiments and signatures; smoky, yearning and barbed with just the right amount of heartache. Flip for a remix from a true disco legend John Morales. With an editing, extending and remixing reputation that pre-dates even reel to reel machines, his M+M touch to "The Best Of My Love" is as polished and shiny as you'd want it to be.
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Cat: DYNAM 7060. Rel: 06 Dec 19
Funk
  1. March Of The Goober Woober (5:26)
  2. Cumulo Nimbus (3:55)
Played by: Dynamite Cuts
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Cat: LR 505012. Rel: 15 Apr 16
Funk
  1. Feel The Spirit (long disco version) (4:03)
  2. Feel The Spirit (disco version) (3:53)
Review: The Foster Jackson Group are one of those forgotten but highly coveted one-hit disco wonders that exist in the bottomless pit that is often classed simply as 'soul'. All that aside, these people made an incredible 12" back in 1979 that has been going for serious bucks on the second-hand market, but thankfully the prodigious P&P Records have saved the day yet again. "Feel The Spirit" is a devilish, inimitable disco jingle that is split between the more percussion ridden "Long Disco Version", and a more contained, more floor-focussed "Disco Version" They both contain that instantly addictive dose of piano, though. Check it out, you'll know what we mean...
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If Are You Master (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: CITI 003. Rel: 03 Dec 10
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. If Are You Master
  2. Love Dawn
  3. Hookey
  4. Flood
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Cat: OSV 079. Rel: 17 Jan 13
Soul
  1. Damon Fox - "Packing Up"
  2. Eddie Jones - "Give Me Good Lovin'"
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Encores 3 (12")
Cat: ERATP 125LP. Rel: 19 Sep 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Artificially Intelligent (1:38)
  2. All Armed (11:29)
  3. Amirador (14:00)
Review: This is the third and final entry in Nils Frahm's Encores series and it finds the celebrated contemporary piano man layer in more percussive and electronic elements than the previous two instalments. The source music was made as part of the sessions for his last album "All Melody" and honed during live performances. As fans will know, "All Armed" here has been a staple of those live sets for some time and is 12 minutes of plaintive piano playing and wallowing synths that will sink you deep into the German's expressive world.
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Played by: MUSAR Recordings
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Ways Of The Sun (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: DPC 0711. Rel: 24 Jan 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Ways Of The Sun (Jimi Jules remix) (8:23)
  2. Ways Of The Sun (Peter Kruder Into The Black Hole remix) (7:22)
  3. Ways Of The Sun (Manuel Fischer remix) (8:38)
  4. Ways Of The Sun (Armitage remix) (6:43)
Review: Second time round for the much-loved "Ways Of The Sun", Frankey and Sandrino's 2015 collaboration with vocalist La Oberg. This time, there's no original mix to admire, but rather a quartet of fresh remixes. Jimi Jules steps up first, wrapping dubbed-out synth splashes and La Oberg's evocative vocal around a loose and languid dub disco-meets-deep house groove, before Peter Kruder re-imagines the track as an acid bass-propelled chunk of analogue deep house goodness. Over on side B, Manuel Fischer dishes up a sunrise-ready organic tech-house take while Armitage slams down a loopy and hypnotic peak-time revision that subtly builds throughout.
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Played by: Evan Michael
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Synergy EP (12" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: FA 011. Rel: 24 May 17
Deep House
  1. Olympia (4:37)
  2. Dizzmol (5:13)
  3. My Opal Gems (5:22)
  4. Coral Desires (7:59)
Review: Lo-fi and retro classic house sounds with a Gothic flair courtesy of Fasaan Recordings who have dug deep into the techno underground of Malmo and found the drum machine anthems of Frankie Twilight. The woman behind this Alan Vega-esque alias does not subscribe to any genre definitions and is said to have played in a Berlin-based punk band as well as being a resident DJ at a members only 78 rpm jazz club. Starting off with "Olympia" on the A side, which is a raw and jacking live jam that could well have been recorded in one take. On the flip, there is the Murder Capital style darkwave techno of "My Opal Gems" or the thundering and brooding jackathon of "Coral Desires" which is equally as worthy of your attention.
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Played by: RIZZOLO DJ
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One Step Ahead (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: BEWITH 001SEVEN. Rel: 01 May 18
Funk
  1. One Step Ahead (2:34)
  2. I Can't Wait Until I See My Baby's Face (2:43)
Review: "One Step Ahead" by American soul singer Aretha Franklin was released by Columbia Records in 1965. The A-side of the single reached the Rhythm & Blues singles chart of the time and ranked at #18. On the flip, "I Can't Wait Until I See My Baby's Face" was taken from her 1964 album entitled Runnin' Out Of Fools. The single was released two years before Aretha achieved stardom when she joined Atlantic Records. The A side cut was not included on any of her Columbia studio albums and remains one of her rarest releases. The song has risen in familiarity due to its use in recent films, such as the music documentary Muscle Shoals and in the Academy Award winning drama Moonlight directed by Barry Jenkins.
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Cat: SB 7016. Rel: 05 Nov 14
Soul
  1. Sunshine Holiday
  2. Deal With It
Review: Soul Brother present two sublime cuts by Carolyn Franklin, younger sister to Aretha, for their debut appearance on the seven inch format. On top of her significant body of work as a songwriter and background artist for Aretha and several other acts of the 60s and 70s, Carolyn Franklin record four solo albums and several singles for the RCA label. Rare groove heads favour Franklin's fourth LP If You Want Me in particular, issued in 1976 but originally recorded three years earlier, and Soul Brother have licensed two highlights for this 7" which demonstrate Carolyn's range for anyone not familiar with her work. "Sunshine Holiday" is a psyche delight akin to Linda Lewis' "Reach For The Truth" whilst "Deal With It" is pure funk.
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Northern Axe Scent (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ANALOG 44. Rel: 29 May 18
Techno
  1. Freddy Fresh (Modulator) - "Dazed"
  2. Freddy Fresh (Modulator) - "Whirlybird"
  3. Paul Mix & Freddy Fresh - "Gates"
Review: US veteran and all round champion of any genre he turns his hand to, Freddy Fresh is still immersed in the game and slinging out essential jams at a rate of knots. He dons his Modulator guise for two tracks on this latest 12", keeping things decidedly raw and letting the machines do the talking. This is stripped back robot music, all primal drum machine rhythms and errant synth bleeps for synthetic souls. On the B side Fresh represses a track produced in collaboration with Paul Mix, which was originally released back in 1996. It's not hard to see why it's so in demand on the second hand market - a spellbinding slice of ambient techno from the golden era of the genre.
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Played by: Skudge, Tr One
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Shoulder To Cry On (7" limited to 250 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: ZP 07. Rel: 06 Feb 18
Soul
  1. Shoulder To Cry On (4:59)
  2. Let Go (4:39)
Review: Izipho Soul recently described Frederick Davis as "one of Cleveland's hidden gems". This tasty seven-inch, which contains two tracks recorded way back in 1992 but never before issued, certainly backs up their assertion. A-side "Shoulder to Cry On" is something of a sparkling, late night synth-soul treat - a close-dancing slow jam that sees Davis's fine vocal rise above a backing track rich in chiming electronic melodies, post New Jack Swing R&B style beats and sensual saxophone solos. Flip for the similarly minded but arguably more elastic "Let Go", where the unheralded Cleveland singer whispers seductively over a killer synth bassline and more cascading '80s soul melodies.
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Leviathan (12")
Cat: 541416 506373. Rel: 12 Feb 14
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Leviathan (Freeform reform)
  2. Leviathan (Cage & Aviary remix)
  3. Leviathan (Tom Trago remix)
Review: In its original form, Freeform Five's Roisin Murphy collaboration "Leviathan" is everything you'd expect - a slice of progressive, chugging nu disco with a keen pop sensibility. If it's a little too much to digest, this remix 12" on Eskimo Recordings has everything you need for the dancefloor. Unsurprisingly, Freeform Five's own remix opts to strip back the vocals for a synth heavy dub version, but the other two take it more adventurous places; Cage & Aviary give it a transformation into a cavernous chugger filled with dense synth textures, and Tom Trago turns it into a more tropical affair full of rolling percussion and lightly plucked strings. It's easily one of the more cosmic things he's produced, which is no bad thing.
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