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Back Catalogue: Disco/Nu-Disco

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  1. Instant Funk - "I Got My Mind Made Up" (Late Nite Tuff Guy remix) (7:21)
  2. Orlando Riva Sound - "Body To Body Boogie" (Late Nite Tuff Guy edit) (5:30)
  3. The Salsoul Orchestra - "Ooh I Love It (Love Break)" (Late Nite Tuff Guy Muscle edit) (6:42)
Review: Salsoul has always been good at getting contemporary producers to reinterpret classics from its bulging catalogue, with recent years bringing fresh edits and reworks by The Reflex, Moplen, DJ Pope, Dimitri From Paris and Late Nite Tuff Guy. Here the latter returns with a second helping of tastefully tooled-up revisions. The Australian producer kicks things off with a warm and woozy hybrid disco/house take on Instant Funk's "I Got My Mind Made Up" that's quite a departure from the original mix. Over on side B, he turns in a languid and groovy, mid-tempo house version of Orlando Riva Sound's overlooked "Body To Body Boogie" before successfully revising Salsoul Orchestra's much-loved "Ooh, I Love It (Love Break)" whilst retaining most of the original vocals and instrumentation.
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  1. Labor Of Love - "Move That Thang" (6:02)
  2. Osmose - "Let Harry Rock" (6:15)
  3. The Silver Rider - "Groove On Down" (7:11)
  4. P-Sol - "Sturdy Disco" (6:47)
Review: The third multi-artist EP from Hot Digits' occasional vinyl series, Wax Digits, is packed to the rafters with dancefloor-focused re-edits and reworks. Labor Of Love leads the way with "Move That Thang", a fine chunk of warm and bass heavy deep house/disco fusion, before Osmose steals the show with the loopy mid-tempo disco-funk bump of "Let Harry Rock". Over on Side B, The Silver Rider impresses via the swirling disco-house hypnotism of 'Groove On Down", before experienced re-editor P-Sol pairs locked-in grooves with sun-kissed disco instrumentation and heady vocal snippets on "Sturdy Disco".
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  1. The O'Jays - "This Time Baby" (A Tom Moulton mix) (9:52)
  2. The Futures - "Party Time Man" (A Tom Moulton mix) (9:10)
  3. Jean Carn - "My Love Don't Come Easy" (A Tom Moulton mix) (10:46)
  4. The Jones Girls - "Nights Over Egypt" (A Tom Moulton mix) (9:09)
Review: Philadelphia International Records continues to dip into its bulging archives and offer up double-packs containing some of the finest 1970s remixes from remix pioneer Tom Moulton. As you'd expect, there's plenty to get the juices flowing and the heart pounding on this third volume in the series. Record one opens up with Moulton's epic version of the O'Jays' "This Time Baby", a swirling Philly Soul classic that later became a favourite of sample-loving disco-house producers and disco re-editors, and continues with his sugary but floor-friendly version of the Futures' "Party Time Man". Over on record two, Moulton's inspired extension of Jean Carn's seductive "Love Don't Come Easy" is followed by his must-have version of the Jones Girls' "Nights Over Egypt".
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  1. The O' Jays - "I Love Music" (Tom Moulton remix) (9:46)
  2. Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes - "Don't Leave Me This Way" (Tom Moulton remix) (11:00)
  3. Archie Bell & The Drells - "Let's Groove" (Tom Moulton remix) (10:22)
  4. Lou Rawls - "You'll Never Find Another Love Then Mine" (Tom Moulton remix) (9:59)
Played by: JimmyTheTwin
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Cat: EDITSERVICE 005. Rel: 11 Jun 19
  1. Les Portrait Le Diacre Astvatsatour Sarkissian (6:06)
  2. Folle Vendredi Soir (6:14)
  3. Farine (5:02)
  4. Oinj (6:12)
  5. Racaille (7:26)
Review: Moscow-based editors Olta Karawane let loose on Special Delivery with five exceptional intergalactic sleaze jams. Each one sprinkled with their own sonic stardust, highlights include the sultry cake-listing koshmiche mash of "Les Portrait Le Diacre Astvatsatour Sarkissian", the Moroder-goes-b-boy-on-Omicron-Persei-8 jitters of "Farine" and the peg-leg post-punk and woozy Tropicana of "Oinj". Topped off with an epic synth chariot of fire "Racaille", it's another remarkable trip from one of Russia's most enigmatic disco acts.
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Cat: TBE 708. Rel: 27 Jun 19
  1. Don't You Know (feat Alena) (4:03)
  2. Don't You Know (instrumental) (4:02)
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Cat: QD 05. Rel: 19 Jun 19
  1. Papa Wemba - "Mandola" (Q&D edit) (7:51)
  2. Oumou Sangare - "Diaraby Nene" (Q&D edit) (7:47)
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Smokecloud Blend (reissue) (coloured vinyl 12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: SCR 014 RP. Rel: 21 Jun 19
  1. The Silver Rider - "Sly & Pat" (6:16)
  2. Falcon Punch - "Move" (6:01)
  3. Osmose - "Caught Up" (6:23)
  4. VinylAddicted & SMQ - "CC Tribute" (5:39)
Review: Four years deep into its disco, beatdown and edit adventures, Smokecloud's status is nigh-on impeccable. Here we find them uniting four of their most creative craftsmen for four straight-up dancefloor pacifiers. Highlights include the sludgy slo-mo Edwin Starr on acid flavoured "Caught Up" and the Diana Ross homage that is the sun-skanked reggae party jam "CC Tribute" by VinylAddicted & SMQ. Instant smiles.
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Motor City 45 (coloured vinyl 7" in hand-stamped sleeve + sticker)
Cat: SCR 019 RP 2. Rel: 08 Aug 19
  1. The Silver Rider - "I Wanna Be" (4:19)
  2. Osmose - "Trust" (4:20)
Review: Smokecloud Records has long claimed to be the World's only imprint dedicated to Detroit Beatdown style reworks of funk, soul, disco and boogie gems. Whether this is true or not, there's no denying the consistent quality of the imprint's output. This latest release features contributions from two label stalwarts; owner and A&R man Osmose, and New Yorker The Silver Rider. The latter kicks things off with "I Wanna Be", a rolling, soft touch head-nodder that fuses elements of a tactile soul cut with hypnotic, pitched-down house beats and filter sweeps. It's rather good, but nowhere near as inspired as Osmose's "Trust", which turns a classic Motor City soul cut into a smooth, toe-tapping Beatdown shuffler.
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Albums
Street Soul Brasil 1987-1995 (LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: HSR 006. Rel: 01 Jul 19
  1. Afrodite Se Quiser - "Fora De Mim" (4:06)
  2. Lilith - "Todo Amor E Bom" (remix) (6:00)
  3. Fabio Fonseca - "Ladroes De Bagda" (feat Marina Lima) (3:51)
  4. Fernanda Abreu - "Hello Baby" (4:56)
  5. Luna E DJ Cri - "Acabou Como Comecou" (4:28)
  6. Junior - "Vim Te Buscar" (4:59)
  7. Thaide & DJ Hum - "Coisas Do Amor" (Trepanado edit) (4:34)
  8. As Damas Do Rap - "Um Sonho Real" (4:55)
  9. MC D'Eddy - "Jeito De Ser Menina" (instrumental) (5:12)
  10. Sharylaine - "Saudade" (5:26)
Review: Did you know that Britain was not the only country where street soul was a musical force to be reckoned with during the late '80s and early '90s? As this fine compilation from record collector Augusto Olivani shows, the sound also thrived in Brazil, where inner-city musicians embraced its post-boogie fusion of head-nodding grooves, smooth instrumentation and even smoother vocals. There's much to enjoy throughout "Street Soul Brasil", from the dreamy chords and sparkling melodies of Afrodite Se Quiser's breezy "Fora De Mim", to the Soul II Soul style shuffle of Luna E DJ Cri's "Acabou Como Comecou", via the rushing cheeriness of Junior's "Vim Te Buscar" and the sugary bliss of MC D'Eddy's "Jeito De Menina (Instrumental)".
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  1. Ukhiokhio (8:28)
  2. Omoto (8:52)
  3. Iyereghe (8:54)
  4. Enothiomwani (8:32)
Review: The second salvo from "forgotten music" specialists Dig This Way Records takes us back to 1988 and the synthesizer and drum machine-driven Highlife antics of obscure outfit Ode-Omore Osarenren & Ewaen Osetin Stars. Even by the standards of Nigerian music, it's an obscurity, but also pretty special. Check, for example, the clicking machine drums, group vocals and exotic synthesizer lines of opener "Ukhiokhio", the gorgeous guitars, whistling synth melodies and percussive breeziness of "Omoto" and the trumpet-laden tropical brilliance that is closing cut "Enothiomwani". The set's most endearing quality is undoubtedly its inherent positivity, something that's only enhanced by the band's use of sparkling synthesizer sounds.
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