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Sidney Street
Sidney Street (yellow splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: WM 013. Rel: 22 Jul 20
Techno
  1. Sidney Street (5:26)
  2. Dev Green (4:22)
  3. Eccy Road (4:52)
  4. Copley Road (5:22)
Review: Mella Dee's much loved and hugely impactful Warehouse Music label is back with more of its big room bangers from the boss himself. "Sidney Street" is pure bait, with a naughty bassline that harks back to an old school garage sound and has fist pumping vocals, while "Dev Green" layers in cantering techno kicks and haunting pads for a more spooky vibe. There's then a more high speed but just as kicking groove on "Eccy Road" which is hyper speed, paranoid and infectious. The clipped techno funk on "Copley Road" closes out a very versatile and useful EP.
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Ridgewood EP
Ridgewood EP (turquoise & pink vinyl double 12")
Cat: WM 012. Rel: 28 Jan 20
Techno
  1. Ridgewood (6:59)
  2. Toast (7:31)
  3. Sidewalk Surfer (5:12)
  4. Ridgewood (Yoofy mix) (5:57)
  5. Rockport XCS (5:19)
  6. Maplins (4:55)
 in stock $13.34
Techno Belters EP
Techno Belters EP (gold vinyl 12" in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: WM 010. Rel: 04 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Techno Belter (6:34)
  2. Silver Street (5:45)
  3. Jack U Later (Floatation Device mix) (4:53)
  4. Stack Select (5:19)
Review: Mella Dee's Warehouse Music doesn't try to be smart or clever, but it does bang, and what more can you ask for from a dance producer? The title of his latest suggests he was in a particularly direct mood when putting these tracks together and so it proves: "Techno Belter" is built on big, bulky drums with prickly synth details, and "Silver Street" has wonky chords bringing an inebriated feel to the cantering kicks below. Floatation Device does a great job of sprinkling in some cosmic dust on his mix of "Jack U Later" and "Stack Select" is pure Jeff Mills minimalism. Great stuff.
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Techno Disco Tool EP
Techno Disco Tool EP (hand-stamped green vinyl 12")
Cat: WM 003. Rel: 24 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Techno Disco Tool (6:44)
  2. Cloud One (5:56)
  3. World Dance (6:38)
Review: Ryan Aitchison aka Mella Dee is back on the fuming Warehouse Music imprint with three boiling-hot, golden era house cuts for the headz! In fact, the opening "Techno Disco Tool", as the name suggests, is a wondrous loop of high-powered soul, backed by an electrifying shade of FX filtering. On the flip, "Cloud One" is driven by a strong disco sample loop, taking it to some seriously euphoric lavels on the dancefloor, and "World Dance" dives right into the middle of the rave with its hypnotic techno sonics and harsh, intricate percussion loops. Three full-blown BOMBS!
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Warehouse Music 001
Warehouse Music 001 (hand-stamped coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: WM 001. Rel: 26 Apr 17
Techno
  1. Music Controls You (6:00)
  2. Expansion (6:06)
  3. Movement (6:00)
Played by: Nomad
 in stock $11.12
Feel It Out EP
Cat: MANUCCI 007. Rel: 07 Jul 14
Bass
  1. Feel It Out
  2. Raptor
  3. Raptor (Will Berridge remix)
Review: In addition to his work as one half of Mista Men, London via Doncaster producer Ryan Aitchison has been making solo moves under his Mella Dee guise these past few years with appearances in all the right places (think Wolf Music, Shabby Doll and Sccucci Manucci). In fact Mella Dee's featured on two of the latter label's releases so it's little surprise to find the producer popping up on the affiliated Manucci's Mistress operation. The Feel It Out EP sits snugly between house, techno and bass music with the lead cut featuring a rather vicious sub bass line and some superb vocal edits, whilst "Raptor" opts for a moodier UKG meets snapping techno flex. Do check the smudged out bass refix from Will Berridge too.
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Wolf EP 15
  1. James Welsh - "NOwt" (Ron Basejam remix part 01)
  2. Squarehead & Mella Dee - "Get Together"
  3. Waze & Odyssey - "Feel My Voices"
  4. Terrence Pearce - "Magic"
Review: Arriving at a fifteenth 12" release in little more than three years is no mean feat, and the Wolf Music crew have retained a standard of quality throughout that a few other labels could learn from. Once again switching the emphasis from artist release to a quartet of contributors, WOLF 15 opens with a killer Ron Basejam refix of recent Wolf anthem "Nowt" by James Welsh. Originally a louche slice of beatdown, "Nowt" stays at an even tempo in the hands of the Crazy P artist though there are all new levels of seductive funk added. Complementing this are three label debuts of varying style but equal quality, with Squarehead & Mella Dee (one half of Mista Men no less) opting for a brazen concoction of ruffed up garage rhythms and deep house emotions on "Get Together". On the flip breakout house duo Waze & Odyssey add Wolf to their growing CV with the effervescent cut up house rowdiness of "Feel My Voices" whilst South African producer Terrence Pearce might just steal our affections with the skippy, smudged delights of "Magic".
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