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Monster's Disco Revenge (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: SJU 12RLTD1. Rel: 25 Dec 17
Deep House
  1. Make Me Dance (6:58)
  2. Make Me Dance (instrumental) (6:32)
  3. Make Me Dance (instrumental dub) (6:37)
Review: Chicago veterans Glenn Underground and Boo Williams are old studio buddies, having first collaborated on vinyl way back in 1995. For their latest hook-up, they've come up with a new joint alias: Guboo. As you'd expect from such experienced and high quality house producers, the three tracks on offer are top notch. They begin with a superb chunk of swinging disco-house, where spacey synth solos, rich chords and select spoken word snippets dance around a killer disco groove. After delivering a chunkier, vocal-free dub of the (track 2), they offer a deeper, more stripped-back interpretation on the flip, allowing greater space for the groove, disco strings and spacey synths to do their thing.
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 in stock $12.49
Replenish (12")
Cat: SJUEXT 003. Rel: 13 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. Reckless Ending (Tribute To GU) (6:54)
  2. Out The Gate (7:00)
Review: Boo Williams may release far less music than he once did, but every 12" he releases retains the same high quality threshold that has long marked out the Chicagoan's work. This two-tracker is a brilliant example. Both tracks are ear pleasing, musically rich and dancefloor focused, offering a near perfect balance between club-ready grunt and emotion-rich tunefulness. A-side "Out of the Gate" sets the tone, with Williams' layering chiming melodies lines and dreamy chord progressions atop a near techno tempo, bass-heavy house groove. On the B-side, he pays tribute to long time pal and occasional studio buddy Glenn Underground via the tumbling synthesizer chords, bubby acid lines, melancholic flourishes and jacking drums of "Reckless Ending".
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Pleasant Dream EP (clear orange vinyl 12")
Cat: CCE 008. Rel: 23 Sep 13
Deep House
  1. Crissy Jazz
  2. Mistical Jorney
  3. Pleasant Dreams
  4. Piano Trance
Review: One of Chicago's most influential figureheads, Boo Williams unleashes a four-part jack narrative that shimmers and struts with everything that's great about house music. "Pleasant Dreams" thumps with a really cool organic drum shuffle and captivating synth washes, "Piano Trance" bubbles and bumps with the perfect balance of acid and pianos that build dynamically on every bar. Elsewhere things get jazzy thanks to the elegant fretless bass wanders and insistent kicks of "Mistical Jorney" and the hip-swaying brushed drum swing and warm organs of "Crissy Jazz."
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Technical EP (clear blue vinyl 12")
Cat: CCE 009. Rel: 02 Dec 13
Deep House
  1. TC2000
  2. Planet House
  3. The Firnament
  4. Space Patrol
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Cat: SJUEXT 002. Rel: 13 Nov 17
Deep House
  1. The Place Of Safety (6:58)
  2. The Place Of Safety (Saxaphone mix) (7:00)
  3. Running To (Test Run mix) (8:07)
Review: When Glenn Underground re-launched the Strictly Jaz Unit label in 2008, Boo Williams was one of the first producers he tapped up for material. Although Williams contributed the debut release for the offshoot Strictly Jaz Unit Excursions imprint last year, Place of Safety surprisingly marks his first appearance on the main label since 2009. The title track is presented in two versions: the rich, warm and melodious original version, with its held Rhodes chords and rolling, Afro-influenced deep house drums, and the jazzier and breezier "Mix" interpretation (check the pleasingly meandering saxophone solos). Flip to the B-side and you'll find "Running To (Test Run Mix)", a tastefully jazzy fusion of broken beat and deep house that perfectly compliments Williams' A-side excursions.
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Cat: FR 002. Rel: 13 Jul 15
Deep House
  1. Spiritually Runnin (7:16)
  2. Last Chance (7:51)
Review: Spain's fledgling Future Reactions label goes more for quality over quantity, with only a handful of releases since 2014's VA by Detroit's Rick Wade and Norm Talley, Satore and Cris J. This time they add another legend to their catalogue, Chicago's larger-than-life Boo Williams. The house master comes in with two strong club cuts: "Spiritually Runnin" is a deep yet driving groover surrounded by airy piano keys, meditative pads and his familiarly swinging percussion twists; "Last Chance" is equally deep and moody, except this time the bassline is more pronounced, bumpier and strictly in Chicago mode. A class act, as per usual.
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Cat: SJUEXT 001. Rel: 14 Nov 16
Deep House
  1. The Big Score (8:10)
  2. The Big Score (The GU reprise Score) (7:47)
Review: Chicago veteran Boo Williams made his first appearance on Glenn Underground's Strictly Jaz Unit Muzic label way back in 2008. Surprisingly, this is the prolific producer's first appearance on the imprint since 2009. "The Big Score" was worth waiting for. The track, nestled on the A-side, sees Williams lace a snaking saxophone line and "Inner City Blues" style pianos over a bongo-rich, densely layered deep house drums. It subtly builds throughout, with the thrilling sax solo increasing in intensity as the track progresses. On the flip, Glenn Underground offers his own 'Reprise' interpretation, ratcheting each of the elements up a notch and putting further emphasis on the piano parts.
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 in stock $13.94
Cat: Q 007LTD. Rel: 28 Dec 15
Deep House
  1. Mars 2002 (Brett Dancer remix) (5:22)
  2. Mars 2002 (Chris Gray remix) (5:12)
  3. Mars 2002 (Demarkus Lewis remix) (4:37)
Review: Veteran Chicagoan deep house producer Boo Williams has enjoyed a productive 2015, and here drops his fifth 12" of the year. These, though, are not new tracks, but rather vintage 2002 remixes of his 1999 deep house classic "Mars", reissued on a single-sided, limited edition 12". The first rework comes from Track Mode man Brett Dancer, who combines jazzy, fluid keys and subtle strings with a rolling, bongo-laden deep house groove. Deep 4 Life's Chris Grays provides the second rework, delivering a chunkier, dustier take built around a formidably bass-heavy rhythm track and occasional, pared-down keys. Finally, Demarkus Lewis steps up with a masteful combination of spacey, Detroit style electronics, swirling chords and funk-fuelled deep house beats.
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Cat: AOW 006. Rel: 01 Feb 16
Deep House
  1. Boo Williams - "Accellerate" (6:52)
  2. Boo Williams - "Accellerate" (Andres remix) (6:14)
  3. Jordan Fields - "I Think It's You" (6:33)
  4. Jordan Fields - "I Think It's You" (Steve Murphy remix) (5:28)
 in stock $12.77
Split EP (12")
Cat: CRS 001. Rel: 26 Feb 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Boo Williams - "Digital Extensions" (8:22)
  2. Simoncino - "Dune" (5:12)
  3. Simoncino - "Hot Property" (4:39)
 in stock $10.17
  1. Boo Williams - "Moonmans Return" (8:45)
  2. Boo Williams - "The Runner" (7:23)
  3. Steve Frisco - "Reel One Point Two" (5:47)
  4. Morgan Alexander - "How Does It Feel" (6:31)
 in stock $15.69
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