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Night Time Melodies EP (including Kiko Navarro Mix)
  1. Night Time Melodies
  2. Night Time Melodies (Piano reprise)
  3. Night Time Melodies (Kiko Navarro Those Days remix)
  4. Tell Me When
Review: The second release on Love Attack is from label founder Alan Dixon. Following high profile releases on Gerd Janson's Running Back and Jennifer Cardini's Correspondant, Alan moves to his deeper side with a piano house workout which also features a remix from Kiko Navarro moving things into the main room. The release is backed up by 'Tell Me When' a modern sounding club track to be heard in places such as Berlin's Panorama Bar.
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Take It To Church
Cat: TITC 001. Rel: 29 Aug 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Le Visiteur - "Let The Sunshine" (5:43)
  2. The Soup Dragons - "I'm Free" (Yam Who? & Alan Dixon remix) (7:26)
  3. Jack Tennis - "The Light" (5:59)
  4. Alan Dixon - "Got To Be" (6:19)
Review: This essential EP gathers together some of the highlights from "Take It To Church", a digital-only compilation from the Showfa packed with gospel-fired dancefloor treats. We're particularly enjoying Yam Who? and Alan Dixon's fantastic new rub of The Soup Dragons "I'm Free", which re-casts the track as a righteous, sing-along friendly slab of peak-time gospel disco bliss. Elsewhere, Le Visiteur does a great job extending percussion breaks and slowly ratcheting up energy levels on superb gospel disco re-edit "Let The Sunshine", Alan Dixon's "Got To Be" is a breezy chunk of gospel-house/disco fusion and Jack Tennis' "The Light" is a filter-sporting slab of piano-rich sweetness that should put smiles on plenty of faces before the year is out.
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One Swallow Doesn't Make A Summer: Part 1
  1. Storken - "Lille Vals" (6:22)
  2. Alan Dixon - "Ambient Braindisk" (Drums mix) (5:49)
  3. Zombies In Miami - "Panoramica" (6:36)
  4. Hokaiido - "Talisman" (6:35)
Review: Bizarrely, Running Back boss Gerd Janson describes this multi-artist EP as "a sampler for a hypothetical mixtape". Perhaps he should make that imaginary mix a reality, because all four cuts are quality. Check first the throbbing and pulsating brilliance of Storken's "Lille Vals", which sounds like an Italo-disco obsessive's take on Bobby Orlando's mid-1980s work (with a little NYC freestyle thrown in) before donning your extra-special dancing shoes to shuffle along to Alan Dixon's new dancefloor "Drums Mix" of his synthesizer soundscape "Ambient Braindisk". Zombies In Miami deliver the goods on bleeping, synth-laden nu-disco throb-job "Panoramica", while Hokaiido's "Talisman" offers the perfect combination of delay-laden proto-house drums on steroids, bold freestyle bass and cheery synthesizer melodies.
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Played by: 80's Child
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