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Hamam House 6
Cat: HAMAMHOUSE 06. Rel: 16 Sep 21
  1. Afacan Soundsystem - "Track 1" (8:55)
  2. Jacques Renault - "Belly Dance Dream" (6:44)
  3. Afacan Soundsystem - "Make You Beep" (4:58)
Review: New York favourite, adventurous house producer and classy party starter Jacques Renault brings his unique style to two chunky jams by Afacan Soundsystem. Bringing a full flavour sense of body twisting groove, he flips the opener into a mystic cut with exotic melodies and crunchy, proto-house drums. 'Belly Dance Dream' is a dark percussive workout at hyper speed. The jangling tambourines, wild north African melodies and hammering drums all make for a frenzied mood and then 'Make You Beep' is a monstrous mash-up of techno, electro, afro and disco.
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Played by: LEGO EDIT
 in stock $15.23
Neighboursoul Edits Vol 2
Cat: NBS 003. Rel: 03 Nov 21
Funky/Club House
  1. Magic Rhythm Machine (6:09)
  2. JFK Disco Dub (6:40)
  3. Real To Real (4:17)
  4. Gotta Serve Somebody (5:18)
Review: The second limited 12" in the Neighboursoul Edits series by Jacque Renault carries on when the popular first one left off. That is to say big tunes, big beats, big samples. 'Magic Rhythm Machine' is a drunken 2 am riot led by monster horns. 'JFK Disco Dub' has excellently wriggling brass and a stepping bassline that builds and builds and builds and never really resolves which will leave crowds in raptures. On the reverse is 'Real To Real,' a more grown-up and sensuous deep house slash disco sound with luxuriant strings for late-night lovers. Things slow right down for the lumpen, elephantine beatdown that is 'Gotta Serve Somebody.'
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Played by: Superbreak, LEGO EDIT
 in stock $16.60
Coast To Coast EP
Cat: LPHLXX X. Rel: 02 Sep 21
Deep House
  1. Larry Lenore (8:09)
  2. Say You (6:11)
  3. Jean Sefunk (3:32)
  4. High (5:26)
  5. The People Groove (6:20)
  6. My Left Foot (6:23)
Played by: Superbreak
 in stock $13.57
Sky Islands (Record Store Day RSD 2021)
Cat: LPHRSD 21. Rel: 21 Jun 21
Deep House
  1. Good Times (1:28)
  2. Fabulous Ping Pong (1:23)
  3. Jean Sefunk (1:24)
  4. NVR (1:03)
  5. My Left Foot (1:43)
  6. The Bump (1:04)
  7. Jam On It (0:55)
  8. Lookout Rhythm (1:16)
  9. Play That Sing (1:06)
  10. Torrid Drums (1:20)
  11. Got That Boing (1:22)
  12. The New Beat (1:37)
  13. The People Groove (1:02)
  14. Say You (1:04)
  15. Lost It (1:09)
  16. Bread & Jam (0:47)
  17. Larry Lenore (1:36)
  18. Party Party (1:06)
  19. High (1:19)
  20. Wellness & Bad (1:33)
  21. You Can't Hide Your Love (1:04)
  22. Plays Higher (0:52)
  23. We Are The Freaks (1:23)
Review: For his third album, Sky Islands, Jacques Renault decided to create an action-packed set inspired by the classic DJ megamixes that were once a huge part of dance music radio in his home city of New York. It's a simple idea, but one he's executed beautifully. It plays as a continuous mix on each side of this vinyl version, with the Let's Play House co-founder using at as an opportunity to flit between short tracks that variously touch on quick cuts built around rescued disco breaks, heady loop-house, sweaty percussion workouts, proto house, Bobby Konders style deep house and sleazy, basement-ready club jams. It's very dusty and sample-heavy, but that's kind of the point: this is an excitable, energetic concoction that's more about the finished product than the short and sweet individual tracks.
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Jacques Renault Edits
Cat: RNT 029. Rel: 31 Aug 17
  1. Cold Blooded (8:48)
  2. Get Down (4:58)
  3. Dream Machine (5:45)
  4. That Sound (5:49)
Review: It was probably inevitable that Let's Play House co-founder Jacques Renault would eventually make an appearance on another Brooklyn institution, Razor 'N' Tape. Renault is, of course, a serial re-editor with a string of fine EPs to his name. There's predictably plenty to set the pulse racing across the four tracks, from the jazz guitar-laden disco-funk hedonism of opener "Cold Blooded", to the loose and punchy, horn-heavy warmth of hazy Afro-disco closer "That Sound" (which, thrillingly, includes a tweaked, teased, dubbed and extended percussion break). In between, you'll find the high-tempo disco-pump of "Dream Machine" and the piano-laden funk workout "Get Down".
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 in stock $12.47
Don't Need To Know
Cat: EF 71. Rel: 22 Mar 16
  1. Don't Need To Know (feat Morgan Wiley - Beach mix) (6:58)
  2. Don't Need To Know (feat Morgan Wiley - NY Strip mix) (7:13)
  3. Nutte 'N Honey (7:40)
Review: Given his love of all things classic disco and classic house, it is somewhat surprising to find this Don't Need To Know 12" is Jacques Renault's debut release on Endless Flight. Sure the Lets Play House man has previously contributed remixes to the Mule sublabel, but Renault and Endless Flight seem like such a match made in heaven, it's odd they've not aligned before. Regardless, this 12" falls snugly into the Endless Flight canon of dependable house DJ tools blessed with a touch of disco classicism with the title track a hook up with Morgan Wiley that comes in "Beach" and "NY Strip" mixes. Down below, Renault goes solo and lays on the searing disco funk hard with "Nutte 'n Honey".
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 in stock $10.53
KDC 001
KDC 001 (12")
Cat: KDC 001. Rel: 01 Mar 17
  1. Jacques Renault - "You're Gonna Want Me Back" (7:41)
  2. Matpat - "Searchin" (6:36)
  3. Evan Michael - "Just Like That" (7:18)
  4. Higgins - "Good Times" (7:22)
Review: NYC party crew Kaviar Disco Club has been making has decided to launch its own label. Fittingly, the tracks on this debut release - largely beefed-up, house-friendly versions of old disco cuts - come from New York and Philadelphia-based producers. Jacques Renault kicks things off with a chunky, tooled-up version of orchestral disco stomper "You're Gonna Want Me Back", before Matpat fuses sax-laden excerpts from a classic disco staple with Prescription style deep house grooves. Over on the flip, Evan Michael steals the show with the delay-heavy disco-house hustle of "Just Like That" - a sweat-soaked, celebratory treat - while KDC resident DJ Higgins gets busy with the exotic disco madness of "Good Times".
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 in stock $11.07
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