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F&Z 3 (12")
Cat: F&Z 3. Rel: 05 Feb 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Track 1 (6:01)
  2. Track 2 (7:05)
Review: F&Z are back on our charts with their usual gust and panache, placing absolutely no care on who is doing what, or why they're doing it. Much like the original UK garage days, this crew is putting out firebomb after firebomb, focusing only on the beats and the swing, much like the artists who have inspired them. "Track 1" is a suave, laid-back garage joint with a misty haze enwrapping its slick beats and bass tones; "Track 2", much like its counterpart, is a magnificently balanced shell-shocker, bashing out the UK heat on the floor, mashing up swinging beats with a whole load of filtered percussion and ultra-sexy arrangements. Large up!
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Played by: Okain
 in stock $9.86
Cat: RAWAXS 07. Rel: 08 May 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Shades Of Riddim (7:10)
  2. Lil Ley (5:54)
  3. Blue Notes (7:16)
Review: Rawax turn their attention to Fuse London head honcho Enzo Siragusa and his right hand man Seb Zito for some finely tuned minimal tech house on offer here. On the A side we have got "Shades Of Riddim" which is the usual rolling, swing fuelled and hypnotic business you can expect from the pair and is highly reliable dancefloor fodder. On the flip "Lil Ley" adds more power into the groove plus those cheery and hypnotic keys add a nice touch: this is in the same vein as iO Mulen or Zendid. Finally things take a deeper turn on "Blue Notes" but there are still some emotive, futuristic and bumpy elements present, as much as the previous tracks.
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Played by: Moises
 in stock $9.32
90's EP (12")
Cat: SDR 001X. Rel: 25 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. 95-96 (6:14)
  2. 95-96 (Chris Geschwinder remix) (5:58)
  3. House Fevor (6:46)
  4. Bubbling (7:09)
Review: Since making his debut six years ago, Seb Zito has made quite an impression. Here, he christens new label Seven Dials following acclaimed outings on Fuse London, Rawax and, most recently, Hund Records. As the title suggests, much of the EP is inspired by dancefloor styles of the 1990s, though thankfully not the extensively mined hardcore and jungle sounds that have inspired rather a lot of producers of late. "95-96" is a swinging and bass-heavy affair, seemingly inspired by the darker end of U.S garage (think Tenaglia and David Morales' Red Zone dubs), while "Bubbling" offers a lighter and snappier take on the same core sound. Also worth a listen is Chris Greschwinder's re-make of "95-96", which adds a little two-step swing and suitably bombastic sub-bass.
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 in stock $10.12
Cat: SDR 002X. Rel: 31 Jan 18
Deep House
  1. I Like It (6:21)
  2. I Like It (Daniele Temperilli remix) (5:45)
  3. UK Tingzzzz (7:22)
  4. UK Tingzzzz (Nick Beringer remix) (6:45)
Review: Last October, we waxed lyrical about the '90s EP, the debut release from Seb Zito's Seven Dials imprint (the name was taken from the title of an early Zito release on FUSE London). This follow-up is, if anything, even better. Opener "I Like It" explores similar sonic territory, wrapping vintage U.S deep house textures and chopped-up, Todd Edwards style vocal snippets around a bustling, 4.4 UK garage groove. Zito further explores his love of the dubby early UKG sound (think Grant Nelson and Matt 'Jam' Lamont circa 1995) on "UK Tingzzz", a chunky dancefloor bumper complete with killer dub bass and jammed-out riffs. Of the two accompanying remixes, it's Daniele Temperilli's ambidextrous two-step re-make of "I Like It" that really hits the spot.
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Played by: Paul Starey
 in stock $10.12
Cat: FUSE 030. Rel: 02 May 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Take No One (7:40)
  2. Go Good To Me (7:08)
  3. Hit It ((vinyl Only)) (7:09)
Review: Seb Zito is undoubtedly a producer on the rise. There was a bit of hype surrounding the first two releases on his Seven Dials imprint, so expect this return to FUSE London to simply fly off the shelves. It helps, of course, that the three included tracks are all heavy hitters. Arguably the best of the lot is A-side "Take No One", a slamming tech-house jack-track whose immense power is largely derived from a stabbing but driving analogue bassline. Over on the flipside, "So Good To Me" is impressively dreamy, spacey and warm with genuine rhythmic swing, while the more dub-centric "Hit It" is a bass-heavy box jam in which Zito gets busy with a drum machine over a speaker-bothering bassline.
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 in stock $10.12
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