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Dance To Keep From Crying
Cat: RNTR 052. Rel: 15 Nov 22
Deep House
Cor.ece & JKriv - "Dance To Keep From Crying" (extended mix) (8:01)
Cor.ece & Danny Kane - "What's The Word" (4:52)
Cor.ece - "Possibly Impossible" (feat Dave Giles II - Crackazat dub) (5:11)
Cor.ece - "Possibly Impossible" (feat Dave Giles II - extended mix) (6:46)
Review: Following the digital release of Cor.ece's debut EP, New York City's Razor N Tape drops the Dance To Keep From Crying 12' with fresh versions and exclusive remixes. On the first side, there's the soulful disco of the title track (extended mix) in collaboration with label co-head JKriv, followed by the acidified spiritual deep house of 'What's The Word' featuring Danny Kane. Over on the flip, get stoned into the groove with the Crackazat dub of 'Possibly Impossible' (feat Dave Giles II) and the late night boogie down vibe of the extended mix.
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Barefoot Beats 13
Cat: BB 13. Rel: 18 Apr 23
Pete Herbert & Dicky Trisco - "Fique Louca" (5:45)
Processman - "Baba Oni" (7:09)
JKriv - "Coisa Louca" (6:32)
Joutro Mundo - "Ballet Do Chocolate" (5:09)
Review: Introducing a special edition 12' maxi EP from Barefoot Beats. This extraordinary release offers four dynamic tracks, each representing the heart and soul of Brazil's vibrant music scene. On the first side, you've got Pete Herbert & Dicky Trisco with 'Fique Louca' with its playful vocal whoops and funky breaks that are guaranteed to heat up any dancefloor. Next up is Salvador's Processman who delivers a rhythm-infused Bahian delight that will work at the open air or club alike, with its mesmersing Arp line and captivating rhythmic chant. Over on the flip, there's the upbeat and lively 'Drive You Crazy' by NYC-based JKriv of Razor N Tape, and finally Joutro Mundo from Rio closes out the EP with a sweet melodic anthem that will have you singing and dancing along.
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Pleasure Of Edits 10
Pleasure Of Edits 10 (limited 12")
Cat: POLR 012. Rel: 07 Mar 23
Got A Thing (JKriv edit) (3:43)
Don't Take Your Love Away (JKriv edit) (4:46)
GD (JKriv edit) (3:44)
Feel It (JKriv edit) (4:34)
Review: Razor-N-tape label co-head JKriv has been busy in the studio with his scalpel. He has created these four tasteful edits for the Pleasure Of Love label and brings all his disco, house, funk and New Knowledge to the label. 'Got A Thing' is a glorious disco cut with an irresistible vocal before 'Don't Take Your Love Away' sinks into a more seductive boogie and soul groove. 'GD' is a nice choppy, classy and classic house cut then 'Feel It' gets a little more dark and menacing for those late night hours with raw percussion and lithe melodies daring about the rugged rhythms.
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Echo Beach Edits Volume 4
Cat: BINTANG 004. Rel: 19 Jul 22
Mountain (6:14)
The House (6:36)
Down Slow (6:46)
Terra Amor (4:58)
Review: JKriv has delivered some of the finest solo productions of his career in recent times, including a pair of killer EPs on the Razor-N'-Tape label he co-founded with fellow Brooklyn resident Aaron Dae. Here he takes a break from crafting his own killer cuts to deliver some tooled-up reworks for the Echo Beach Edits series. He begins by delivering a bouncy, piano-rich, house style take on a soaring disco gem ('Mountain'), before successfully cutting up and rearranging a woodblock-powered disco-funk instrumental ('The House'). Over on the flip 'Down Slow' is an excitable, synth-sporting revision of a soulful disco-funk workout, while standout 'Tera Amor' sees him sprint his way through a carnival-ready samba/MPB sing-along.
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Something Else EP
Something Else EP (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: RNTR 047. Rel: 05 Jul 22
Something Else (feat Brandon Markell Holmes) (6:08)
Try Again (feat Phenomenal Handclap Band & Nic Hanson) (5:24)
Shoulda Been Me (feat Toribio) (6:20)
Shoulda Been Me (feat Toribio - Alton Miller remix) (6:36)
Review: A nice one this week from the ever reliable Razor N Tape out of NYC by label chief J Kriv, on the late night boogie-down vibe of 'Something Else' featuring totally electrifying vocals by Brandon Markell Holmes. Also featured is the low-slung disco heater 'Try Again' featuring Phenomenal Handclap Band and another irresistible vocal courtesy of Nic Hanson on side A. On the flip, it's all about 'Shoulda Been Me' (feat Toribio) which receives a spiritual deep house rework by the one-and-only Alton Miller that's worth the admission alone. Tip!
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Barefoot Beats 11
Cat: BB 11. Rel: 15 Dec 20
JKriv & Dicky Trisco - "Mae Do Mar" (7:52)
Bernardo Pinheiro - "Xango" (6:40)
Review: The 11th Barefoot beats is another hugely effective disco 12" with two well purposed cuts. JKriv & Dicky Trisco link up first for 'Mae Do Mar,' a tune that has you dreaming of warmer climes, sandy beaches and sunny skies. It's an airy cut with a tropical percussive line, hints of Latin flair and breezy vocals. Flip it over and the temperature goes up a notch - Bernardo Pinheiro's 'Xango' is a superbly soulful and heartwarming groover. The chords are draped elegantly over the busy funky bass and the vocals are chants that draw your attention and get you in a trance.
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Family Affair Vol 2
Cat: RNTR 053. Rel: 07 Feb 23
Nenor - "Do You Remember" (feat Jenny Penkin - Red Axes remix) (5:26)
Boo Williams - "Besty Smith" (7:01)
Frank Booker - "Time Won't Tell" (5:27)
JKriv - "Something Else" (Peter Matson remix) (6:06)
Review: It's another family affair over at New York City's Razor N Tape label. For this edition, they have tapped the ever reliable Israeli indie-dance heroes Red Axes for a euphoric rendition of Nenor's 'Do You Remember' (feat Jenny Penkin) making for proper Balearic vibes, while the one-and-only Boo Williams delivers another ultra-deep house journey in the form of 'Besty Smith'. Over on the flip, we see the return of New Zealand-based producer Frank Booker who hands in the late night mood music of 'Time Won't Tell' followed by Peter Matson with a slinky and neon-lit rework of label chief JKriv's 'Something Else'.
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