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Cat: CE 012. Rel: 09 Oct 17
  1. Cooper Saver & Patrick Holland - "How About" (7:28)
  2. Eddie C - "Don't Rush" (2:57)
  3. Dane - "Space Up Your Life" (5:08)
  4. El Molito - "Sunny Days In The Chocolate Factory" (5:08)
Review: Here's something of a rarity: a 12" outing from Canada's Common Edit, a label best-known for releasing sneaky 7" singles. Wisely, the label has decided to use the format to serve up more tracks - four, to be precise - with a swathe of scalpel wielding label talent at the controls. Cooper Saver and Patrick Holland kick things off via the Balearic boogie brilliance of synth-laden roller "How About", before Eddie C lights up something fat and fragrant, dips the tempo and goes all jazz-funk on Brazilian disco slow-jam "Don't Rush". Flip to the B-side for the majestic, Clavinet-laden peak-time disco rush of Dane's "Space Up Your Life" (chuckle) and the atmospheric Blaxploitation hustle of El Molito's "Sunny Days in the Chocolate Factory".
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Cat: CE 010. Rel: 28 Sep 15
  1. Dane & Khotin - "IMHO" (5:52)
  2. Dane & Khotin - "System" (5:23)
  3. Dane - "I Want More" (7:34)
  4. Eddie C - "One For Dane" (4:13)
Review: Canada's foremost re-edit imprint continues to churn out the hits, largely by delivering dub disco and Balearic-tinged interpretations of long forgotten or little-known cuts. Common Edit regulars Dane and Khotin join forces on the A-side, delivering a sweet chunk of boogie-era synthesizer reggae ("Imho"), before heading futher towards peaktime territory with the low-slung, late night AOR disco of "System". Eddie C digs delves into his seemingly bottomless crates of obscurities for inspiration on "I Want More", a gorgeous chunk of piano-laden Balearic disco sweetness. Finally, Dane lights up something medicinal, closes his eyes and delivers the smacked-out, guitar-laden ambient chug of "One For Dane". It's an absolute beauty, if truth be told.
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Cat: EF 55. Rel: 17 Jun 13
  1. It Goes Free (KZA remix)
  2. La Palette (Young Marco remix)
  3. Eisbergen (Rune Lindbaek remix)
Review: A prolific editor and sampler, it's interesting to see Eddie C go under other peoples' knives. Here we find three cuts taken from his album Country City Country, each one polished in a completely different fashion. The edgy, shoulder barging electro jack of "It Goes Free" gets seduced into a much sexier, cosmic Terje-style groove by KZA, the twinkling jazz noodles and soft boompty-bomp of "La Palette" is given a much more uncompromising jack by Young Marco while Rune Lindbaek thaws out the obtuse iciness of "Eisbergen" for something much warmer and slinkier.
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Space Glide (hand-stamped 7" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: BIKE 017. Rel: 15 Jan 18
  1. Space Glide (4:08)
  2. Werewolf Invasion (3:33)
Review: More headnod gold from everyone's favourite midnight rider Eddie C. "Space Glide" chugs away marvellously at around 92BPM with a bassline so wet and slimy it should come with its own 18 certificate. "Werewolf Invasion" maintains the hypnotic slo-mo momentum but added late night graveyard feels thanks to a grainy cosmicity and strange unworldly textures. Don't sleep.
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Cat: BB 06. Rel: 22 Jan 18
  1. Eddie C - "Dub De Frente" (6:20)
  2. Balako - "Coisas Dos Home" (8:02)
Review: It's time to kick off our shoes and socks once again as Brazilian sunshine soulsters Barefoot Beats present their sixth episode. Eddie C hops off his motorcycle for a second and dips his toes in the sand for a little Latin cosmicity while Rio duo Balako go all-in with a triumphant vocal hook, a vibrant electroid groove, staccato vocals and strong tones of cuica. Premium uncut Brazilian dancefloor gold.
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  1. Eddie C - "All Time Freak" (6:47)
  2. Napoleon - "Over & Done" (6:12)
  3. Sleazy McQueen & Vinyl Addicted - "Hot To Trot" (5:41)
  4. Patchworks - "Batracien" (5:08)
  5. Le Blanc - "We Can Fly" (4:40)
Review: Detroit/Houston joint venture Kolour are back with another instalment in the Tale Of Two Cities series - and this is one serious all star cast if we've ever seen it! The creme de la creme of nu-disco appears here, starting with crazy Canadian Eddie C kicking off the A side with the sunny slo-mo antics of "All Time Freak", followed by the one and only Napoleon! Simon Mills throws down some more of his usual sexy and lo-slung grooves on "Over & Done". On the flip, current scene favourite - the Whiskey Disco boss Sleazy McQueen teams up with Vinyl Addicted on a seriously hot edit of an underground classic (to those that know) on "Hot To Trot" while Lyon's Patchworks hands in another similarly 'respectful edit' on the sultry late night blues of "Batracien". Finally they head down under (to Adelaide, Australia that is!) for Le Blanc's funked up disco house jam "We Can Fly".
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 in stock $10.44
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