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Undercover Lovers Vol 4
Undercover Lovers Vol 4 (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: UCL 004. Rel: 26 Jul 24
Precious Little Diamond
Review: The fourth instalment of Psychemagik's ongoing Undercover Lovers series - basically a vehicle for their on-point re-edits of various obscure gems and cult classics - continues in a similar vein to its predecessors, delivering two more tried-and-tested reworks. On the A-side the dusty-fingered duo serves up a rearranged take on a much-loved Italo-disco cover of Bowie classic 'Heroes', adding layers of dubby effects while flitting between elements of the original vocal and instrumental versions (including some deliciously stripped-back and stretched out percussion sections). Over on the flip, they rework a lesser-known boogie-era synth-pop number, giving equal airing to whispered spoken word sections, synth-driven instrumental passages, and memorable choruses.
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Undercover Lovers Vol 3
Cat: UCL 003. Rel: 20 Jun 24
I Feel Love (7:09)
I Can't Go For That (7:40)
Review: Psychemagik's Undercover Lovers Vol 3 delivers a masterful reinterpretation of dance classics with a twist. On the A-side-, their rendition of Donna Summer's 'I Feel Love' transforms the high-energy anthem into a mesmerizing slow burner. With a low-slung groove and heavy synthesisers, Psychemagik crafts an epic version that wow's listeners with its depth and intensity. On Side-2, their take on Hall and Oates' 'I Can't Go For That' is equally exciting. Retaining the legendary groove while infusing it with melodic nuances, Psychemagik creates a unique jam that feels both familiar and fresh. The addition of Spanish lyrics adds an unexpected dimension, further enhancing the track's appeal. Undercover Lovers Vol 3 is a great example to Psychemagik's talent for reinventing classics into new gems for a new generation.
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I Feel How This Night Should Look
Cat: IFHTNSL 01LP. Rel: 28 Nov 19
We Can Be One (feat Quinn Lamont Luke) (3:56)
Valley Of Paradise (9:39)
Ghost Particle (feat Liam Magill) (3:53)
Seahorse (feat Norma Winstone) (5:15)
Above The Clouds (5:55)
Cosmic Forest (6:06)
Triumph Of The Gods (feat Renate Staal Nygard) (5:42)
Chimera (4:08)
La Paix Est Une Fleur (5:33)
Something To Believe (feat Holly Go Lightly) (3:49)
Review: Psychemagik teased their debut album earlier this year with the smooth crossover single "We Can Be One", which opens up this hotly anticipated long player from the widely adored duo. There's plenty of pop leanings to this record, but of course shot through with the dreamy lilt of psychedelia and deep-digging Balearic charm that has defined Psychemagik from the beginning. At times it gets more bombastic, as on "Ghost Particle" with Liam Magill, and there's a cheeky party track or two (just check "Above The Clouds"), but the main focus here is on rich songwriting with a heavy emphasis on warm synth tones. Existing Psychemagik fans will be happy, but this record should equally land them a new legion of admirers as they take another step forward in their evolution.
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Played by: Manu Archeo
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Psychemagik Presents Magik Sunset Part 2
Cat: LENGLP 009. Rel: 14 Aug 15
John Keating - "In Search Of Atlantis" (9:13)
Orchester Ambros Seelos - "Mondgesight" (3:23)
Plaisirs Erotique - "Special Ero" (9:00)
Francis Lai - "Young Freedom" (3:24)
Glenn - "Zeit" (3:57)
Jack Adkins - "Sunset Beach" (6:17)
Instrumental Group Cabas - "Cry In The Night" (2:46)
Frederic Castel - "Open Up" (3:31)
The Electric Connection - "Cry Of The Lone Wolf" (4:40)
Fabio Fabor - "Idolo Moresco" (3:56)
The Primates - "King Kong" (5:03)
Tony Sinclair Orchestra - "Walkin' Through The Night" (3:42)
Trepidants - "Far Away" (3:50)
Review: There are few record collectors and DJs with crates quite as deep as Psychemagik. They've already proved this beyond doubt via a trio of brilliant Magik compilations for Paul Murphy and Simon Purnell's Leng label. Magik Sunset Part 2 continues this run, gathering together another double-album's worth of fantastic obscurities from the worlds of stoner disco, left-of-centre rock, psychedelia and Balearica. As usual, there are some genuine "how did I not know about this record" moments, from the star-kissed Balearic jazz of Fabio Fabor and saucer-eyed white boy reggae-rock of the Trepidants, to the Flamenco-tinged AOR disco shuffle of Jack Adkins' "Sunset Beach".

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