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Cat: MF 017. Rel: 21 Sep 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Play The Game (Andrew Weatherall remix) (10:34)
  2. Play The Game (original mix) (6:39)
  3. Play The Game (Heretic remix) (7:18)
Review: Lincolnshire's Craig Bratley (Tsuba/Nein Records/Instruments Of Rapture) is back on his own Magic Feet imprint with a bit of help from Danielle Moore on vocals for "Play The Game", a slow burning and noirish EBM grinder that will appeal to fans of recent Comeme or Correspondant style retrovert tendencies. There's also some killer remixes on offer: Heretic's slamming remix is reminiscent of early 90s rave aesthetics while the don that is Andrew Weatherall steps up to deliver a woozy lo-slung disco rendition which is absolutely brilliant as always.
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 in stock $9.54
Kukushka (12")
Cat: MF 015. Rel: 06 May 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Roe Deers - "Kukushka" (6:42)
  2. Roe Deers - "Kukushka" (Markus Gibb remix) (6:11)
  3. Craig Bratley - "Raw Trax #1" (5:17)
  4. Craig Bratley - "Night Moves" (5:28)
Review: Craig Bratley's Magic Feet imprint is back y'all and in fine form as always. The Kukushka EP features Roe Deers on the A side, who contributes the infectious deep house stomp of the title track which has just enough dust and rust thrown into the mix to make this a standout track. Also on offer is the the retro 80's leaning remix by man of the moment Markus Gibb which would mix in well to a Lauer or Tuff City Kids track. On the flip Bratley serves up the rusty and gritty acid jack of "Raw Trax #1" which is so convincing you'd think it was a lost tape from 1986 while on "Night Moves" it goes for more of the nu-disco vibe with some rich arpeggiations and emotive pads that will cater to the best boogie playgrounds out there.
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 in stock $8.48
FORTHCOMING
Tone Dropuut Vol 6
  1. The He-Men - "Rolla"
  2. Bufo Bufo - "Bufotenin"
  3. DJPC - "Danger Man"
  4. Dawl - "Party Till The A.M"
  5. Craig Bratley - "From The DAT"
  6. Tones Breaks 2 (bonus track)
Review: When it comes to wholehearted tributes to British dance music's turn-of-the-'90s golden era, few labels have captured the energy and excitement of the period quite as well as Tone Dropout. Here the London label dishes out a sixth serving of retro-futurist madness. Highlights naturally come thick and fast throughout. We're particularly impressed by the twisted acid lines and mind-altering psychedelic vibe of The He-Men's "Rolla", the bleep-meets-"Strings of Life" rush of Leeds lad DJPC's "Danger Man", Dawl's stab-happy fusion of electro and early hardcore ("Party Till The A.M") and the "bleep and breaks" rush of Craig Bratley's rumbling EP standout "From The DAT" (which, fittingly, was crafted from old demo recordings he made in the 90s).
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