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New releases last eight weeks: Disco/Nu-Disco

Disco/Nu-Disco vinyl released in the last four weeks
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Soursop & Mango
Cat: 2056 BLACK. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Soursop & Mango
Straight Forward Side Steps
Review: The band 2000 Black, who include 4Hero icon Dego among their number, are masters of the broken beat scene, leaders amongst men who whether working alone or with others are always in top form. This two track outing kicks off with 'Soursop & Mango', a bristling, bustling mix of raw drums and bursts of cosmic synth energy that radiates soul, all with neat guitar riffs stitched into the mix. 'Straight Forward Side Steps' is a dusty jam with lovely scruffy claps and much more well defined synth lines adding colour and soul.
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 in stock $14.31
JT 001
JT 001 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: JT 001. Rel: 09 Oct 23
Doogie Bown (5:56)
W(h)ats On? (6:55)
Catch The Strings (7:57)
Bees'n'Flowers (7:04)
Review: New label Justracks kicks off with a literally and metaphorically heavyweight new disco 12" on 180g vinyl. As far as we know it's the first release from the mysterious A Thin Man but the beats are fat. 'Doogie Bown' gets you doing just that with a mix of chatty synth funk and hip-swinging disco grooves. 'W(h)ats On' is an old school funk and soul dancefloor heater then class oozes from the breezy and free-flowing grooves of 'Catch The Strings' which pair bustling beats with rich strings. Last of all is the tightly woven disco and persuasive funk of 'Bees'n'Flowers' with cosmic lines and heartfelt female coos. A fine debut.
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 in stock $13.77
Piano Sunset
Cat: SC 7066. Rel: 12 Oct 23
Piano Sunset (4:32)
Lost In Palms (4:55)
Review: The diffuse hues and retro-feeling colours of the artwork on this new 45rpm from Star Creature perfectly embody the downtempo and Balearic sounds within. They come from A Vision Of Panorama who seems to ever more have the dance floor in sights over his last few releases. That's not to say these are banging tunes - but they do have lovely grooves. 'Piano Sunset' is a real spine tingler with 80s keys and mid tempo drums that come alive with crisp hits and a fresh bassline. 'Lost In Palms' then has a shuffling and low slung groove with nice wet hits. Add in some more lush chords and you have a real pearler.
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 in stock $13.52
Mam Tola
Cat: PH 45032. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Florence Adooni & Erobique - "Mam Tola" (2:57)
Erobique - "Bach In Afrika" (4:22)
Review: Florence Adooni has been called Ghana's Frafra gospel queen in the past, and with good reason. First single 'Mam Pe'ela Su'ure' arrived in 2021 to widespread acclaim, and she followed up on Philophon with 'Yinne' late last year. Now Adooni is back on the label for a collaboration with German artist Erobique, who is normally found making quirky synth disco cuts. On a visit to Max Weissenfeldt's studio in Ghana, he crossed paths with Adooni and so the lilting, sweetly sentimental 'Mam Tola' was created. The B-side of this single finds Erobique flying solo for 'Bach In Afrika', riding a swift beat from Kung Fu Andoh and flexing on the Hammond organ for an uptempo fusion which might well catch you off guard and make you dance all the same.
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Tags: African
 in stock $10.34
Hot To Trot
Cat: LPV 580. Rel: 28 Nov 23
Hot To Trot
My Favorite Things
Review: A formerly rare, vanishingly released record by Cuban violinist Alfredo De La Fe, 'Hot To Trot', from 1979, now gets a worthy reissue on the original label for the single, Cirollo. First appearing as a single and later on the debut self-titled album, Alfredo, the original version later appeared twice, on both sides of the record, as part of a 2014 reissue. This time around, however, we hear the rapid-firing-stringsy disco heater resound alongside De La Fe's version of 'My Favourite Things' on the B-side, which is as you might expect; a hazed-out, wordless version of the partially folk-transmitted pop standard.
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Tags: Disco Funk
 in stock $14.31
World Of Ecstasy (reissue)
Cat: SJR 46012. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Music-A-Lizer (short version) (3:38)
World Of Ecstasy (3:46)
Music-A-Lizer (long version) (5:33)
Computer (4:07)
Review: Soul Jazz Records promise this is a one off and strictly limited pressing of Alien Starr's 'World Of Ecstasy.' It is a faithful reproduction of the original in terms of art and sound and has been restored from the label after they included it on their excellent recent Space Funk 2 - Afro-Futurist Electro Funk In Space 1976-84 compilation. tUSA in 1985 featuring big slap bass energy, hand claps, drum funk and electro boogie bass. .
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EP (limited 12")
Cat: INT 053. Rel: 29 Nov 23
Brother (5:19)
Sticky Fingers (5:18)
Brother (Alan Dixon Piano reprise remix) (2:24)
Brother (Alan Dixon Love Attack remix) (6:49)
The New Normal (5:59)
Review: Philip Leroi has had many musical lives over the years, variously recording as Linntronix and alongside Danny Sugarman as Stylus Heat. Atlantic Brain is his latest project, with the EP for Prins Thomas's Internasjonal label being his most high-profile to date. The key cut is 'Brother', a sparkling, melodious and attractive slab of electro marked out by squelchy bass and star-fall melodies. Rising star Alan Dixon delives two takes: a gorgeous, largely beat-free 'Piano Reprise' that sits at the rhythmic end of the ambient spectrum and the squelchy nu-disco-goes-deep house 'Love Attack Mix'. Elsewhere, 'The New Normal' is a shuffling and ghostly electro-not-electro number and 'Sticky Fingers' is a pleasingly wayward acid excursion.
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Shout From The Rooftop (feat Al Kent, John Morales mixes & Kousto remix)
Shout From The Rooftop (3:44)
Shout From The Rooftop (Al Kent's encore mix) (10:13)
Shout From The Rooftop (John Morales M + M main mix) (7:51)
Shout From The Rooftop (Kousto remix) (6:59)
Review: AXNER's latest single 'Shout From The Rooftop' is as glossy and golden as disco gets with two members of Nile Rodgers' Chic in the form of drummer Ralph Rolle and vocalist Audrey Martells both helping to make it so. It's got a soaring vocal and funky basslines and gets some high-grade remix treatment here. French artist and Folamour collaborator Kousto goes for a sunny house remix with the original's riffs left in place. The legendary John Morales offers a timeless M + M main mix that brims with glorious instrumentation and nonstop grooves and the one and only Al Kent brings his magic touch to a perfect Balearic sound with some superb Rhodes solos.

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SNA 004
SNA 004 (12")
Cat: SNA 004. Rel: 24 Nov 23
Bring It Around (6:24)
Don't Fight The Feeling (6:36)
Fantasy (5:56)
Get On Down (5:30)
 in stock $14.57
Smells Like EPA Dunk
Smells Like EPA Dunk (limited hand-stamped heavyweight coloured vinyl 12" (comes on different coloured vinyl, we cannot guarantee which colour you will recieve))
Cat: GATT 1202. Rel: 20 Oct 23
Smells Like EPA-Dunk (7:02)
Brown Eyed Girl (3:38)
Just A Kiss Away
 in stock $19.61
I Know You Care (reissue)
Cat: EX 7014 UNO. Rel: 13 Oct 23
I Know You Care (5:17)
It's Your Love (4:02)
 in stock $14.83
Thelxis (12")
Cat: B2RW 001. Rel: 09 Oct 23
Thelxis (extended vocal) (8:29)
Thelxis (instrumental) (8:10)
Review: B2 Recordings is a label run by Greek talent Bengoa as a platform to offer up his own diverse sounds. Here he serves up a new single featuring Pan that is sublime, seductive and deep. The vocals you will recognise from a classic pop hit but here they get all resung in an even more libidinous fashion. The drums roll, and the percussion is loose, and bright but soft chord stabs heighten the mood. Flip it over for an instrumental version of 'Thelxis' that is all about the late-night grooves. Two stylish sounds for romantic moments.

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 in stock $12.70
Cuff It
Cuff It (limited 7")
Cat: BEY 002. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Cuff It (explicit mix)
Work It Out
 in stock $12.18
Crowdpleasers (coloured vinyl 12" (comes on different coloured vinyl, we cannot guarantee which colour you will recieve))
Cat: CPR 2. Rel: 20 Oct 23
Dion Bracken - "Track 1" (5:36)
Dion Bracken - "Track 2" (4:09)
Dion Bracken - "Track 3" (6:02)
Lloyd Dev - "Track 4" (6:24)
Lloyd Dev - "Track 5" (7:03)
 in stock $21.46
Chakattic EP
Chakattic EP (hand-stamped 12" repress)
Cat: DWEB 101. Rel: 27 Nov 23
I Know You I Love You (Chakattic vocal mix) (6:26)
I Know You I Love You (reprise music & vocal only no beats mix) (6:07)
I Know You I Love You (bonus beats version) (3:18)
Review: This, ladies and Gentlemen, is big news. After a break of 12 years, pioneering West London broken beat collective Bugz In The Attic have reunited to deliver a brand new, ultra-limited 12" containing fresh revisions of 1981 Chaka Khan classic "I Know You, I Live You". The A-side "Chakattic Mix" is particularly wonderful, layering Khan's ultra-positive, life-affirming vocal above the crew's trademark bruk-up beats, jazzy bass and sensational jazz-funk synths (provided, no doubt, by original crew-member Kaidi Tathtam). Over on side B, they up the spine-tingling "end of night" factor via a version containing just music and vocals, before once more proving their immense drum programming skills via a delay-laden "Bonus Beats" DJ tool. In a word: brilliant.
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Tags: Jazz Funk
 in stock $22.24
Muscolo Rosso
Muscolo Rosso (limited 12" + postcard + sticker)
Cat: MSMG 14. Rel: 28 Nov 23
Muscolo Rosso
Inno Alla Trasgressione
San Francisco Dance
Sexy Porno Shop
 in stock $23.84
Dance With Me
Cat: VPB 013. Rel: 13 Nov 23
Dance With Me (dance version) (5:18)
Dance With Me (AP mono remix) (6:29)
Dance With Me (Chris Van Buren remix) (5:25)
Dance With Me (Vocoder version) (5:58)
Dance With Me (Prospero remix) (7:20)
Dance With Me (AP mono instrumental) (6:29)
 in stock $21.46
I'm Lovin You
I'm Lovin You (1-sided 7")
Cat: 771076. Rel: 20 Oct 23
I'm Lovin You (3:38)
 in stock $14.31
Viemos De Longe
Viemos De Longe (limited 7" + insert)
Cat: BJR 45031. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Viemos De Longe (4:24)
Visita Noturna (4:22)
Review: Collignon brings some real class to this new one on Bongo Joe Records. It is a tidy two-track 45rpm that is best described as psychedelic tropical. Opener 'Viemos De Longe' is a dense and busy mix of warped synth wobbles and steamy jungle effects, humid pads and mystic melodies that take you deep into overgrown flora where all manner of birds and frogs await with their weird and wonderful calls. Add in some psyched-out rock guitars and a sense of 60s spy theme funk and you have a marvellous cut. Flip it over for further sonic fun in the form of the magical 'Visita Noturna.'
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Played by: Voodoocuts
 in stock $12.70
Loneliness (12" repress)
Cat: V 008. Rel: 12 Oct 23
Loneliness (7:08)
Loneliness (I-F & Alden Tyrell - live at CBS Micro Party Stubnitz 2006) (7:57)
Review: No, don't worry, Gove and Boris haven't found their way into cosmic disco or twisted acid house....The Conservatives were a brief project for Dutchmen John Scheffer (aka Intergalactic Gary) and Unit Moebius pioneer Ferenc van der Sluijs (aka I-F) around the early 2000s. "Loneliness" was their only single and it still sounds beautiful 13 years later. "Loneliness" is a chunky but altogether trippy slice of what we would now call disco but just called house back then while I-F and Alden Tyrell's remix comes with much more 303 crunch. Well matured and still highly relevant.
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Played by: Ali Renault
 in stock $10.59
Reggae Disco Rockers Remixes
Cat: FLRS 157. Rel: 02 Nov 23
The Roots (4:35)
Natsu No Klaxon (3:53)
 in stock $17.75
Crazy P Curate Volume Four
Cat: CRAZYP C4. Rel: 30 Oct 23
Ray Mang - "Osea Island" (6:44)
Tigerbalm - "Cosmic Union" (feat Joy Tyson) (4:54)
Ruf Dug - "Vape Quarter Rhythm" (5:26)
Tuccillo - "Siroco" (6:17)
Review: 20/20 Vision and Crazy P continue their long and fruitful relationship with a fourth volume of carefully curated and super-fresh new cuts as part of this fine ongoing series. Scandi-disco don Ray Man opens up with typically lush cosmic melodies and loose-limed nu-disco beats with more than a hint of funk. Tigerbalm then heads into a tropical oasis with 'Cosmic Union' (feat Joy Tyson) which has Afro rhythms and steamy vocals bringing the heat. Ruf Dug shows his multi-genre chops again with 'Vape Quarter Rhythm' which is part proto-house cut and part dreamy Italo bliss out with rave whistles and hands-in-the-air chords. Ibiza's Tuccillo closes out with one of his signature Balearic gems in 'Siroco', which is as breezy and carefree as cocktails by the sea at sundown.
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 in stock $19.06
Why Do I Love You
Why Do I Love You (translucent green vinyl 7")
Cat: ES 090LPC1. Rel: 09 Nov 23
Why Do I Love You (Red Greg radio edit) (4:54)
Why Do I Love You (Red Greg radio edit instrumental) (4:45)
Review: Why Do I Love You? Good question! Chicago's Magic Touch label gets the Numero treatment, hearing rare groove selector & DJ, Red Greg, edit the disco holy grail 'Why Do I Love You' by Magic Touch. Now available on 7" for the first time, we hear both Red Greg's full version and its instrumental edit, providing ample choice for selectors hoping to build versatile sets out of the Numero catalogue.
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Tags: Soul Disco
 in stock $9.27
Why Do I Love You
Cat: ES 090. Rel: 09 Nov 23
Why Do I Love You (Red Greg radio edit)
Why Do I Love You (instrumental radio edit)
Review: Here comes Red Greg with a joyous edit from his coffers, presented on the run of Magic Touch reissues currently surfacing on Numero. Magic Touch was a cult label in Chicago which carried some incredible, rare tracks from the city and nearby up until 1984. The finest of these have been out of reach of the average Joe for a long time, and finally now cuts like Andy Brown's swooning, string-laden disco stomper 'Why Do I Love You' are getting back out there. For this particular release Greg was called on to offer his edit services and of course he does right by the original, bringing the best out of the track to ensure it lands the best it can when you take it for a spin.
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 in stock $9.00
Disco Train (remixes)
Cat: MS 513. Rel: 17 Oct 23
Disco Train (Martin Boer remix) (5:37)
Rhythm Train (2:40)
Disco Train (DJ Pucko Trans European remix) (7:07)
Review: Dance Reaction's 'Disco Train' is one of those eternal classics revered by dedicated heads and it's had its fair share of versions over the years. On this release for High Fashion we get treated to two fierce and fabulous interpretations of the track from producers who know a thing or two about how to set the party alight. Martin Boer steps up first, bringing a soaring set of piano chords and melodic vocoder magic to the locomotion of the rhythm section, while DJ Pucko keeps a generous spoonful of funk in the mix for his own take on this evergreen dancefloor monster.
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 in stock $18.29
Change (12")
Cat: IAP 003. Rel: 13 Nov 23
Change (club mix) (6:44)
Change (Marvin & Guy Miami mix) (6:43)
Change (FX-Apella) (3:52)
Review: Under the Daniel Monaco alias, Italian-in-Amsterdam Daniele Labbatte has delivered some killer fusions of Italo-disco, proto-house, synth-funk, deep house and nu-disco, most notably via Rush Hour and Bordello a Parigi. 'Change', his first single for Italian imprint 'It's a Pleasure', plough a similar furrow. In it's A-side 'Club Mix' form, the track is a mid-80s style dancefloor workout - all synths, drum machines and catchy female vocals - that doffs a cap not only to Italo-disco and proto-house, but also the chart-bothering Latin freestyle escapades of Miami Sound Machine. It's genuinely great, with a slightly more early house-influenced remix by Marvin & Guy and a handy, DJ tool style 'FX-a-pella'.
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 in stock $16.70
Welcome (10")
Cat: DAFR 14LP. Rel: 30 Nov 23
10 Years (2:46)
Clear My Head (3:08)
Think About Things (2:53)
Somebody Else Now (3:09)
Feel The Love (feat ASDIS) (3:17)
10 Years (Chromeo remix) (2:43)
Think About Things (Hot Chip remix) (5:17)
 in stock $19.61
Overture/O Ba Ba (The Reflex Revisions)
Cat: DISCOREC 004. Rel: 16 Oct 23
Overture (The Reflex Revision) (8:11)
O Ba Ba (The Reflex Revision) (7:58)
Review: The ever-playful and seriously skilled mash-up and edit maestro The Reflex has been out in a class of one for many years. Few in his field managed to cook up the sort of delicious disco brilliance that he manages and this new 12" on the fledgling Discolidays isn't going to change that perception. 'Overture' (The Reflex Revision) is a glorious fusion of instrumental disco and withering sci-fi designs next to a catchy as hell vocal. On the flip, things head south with Latin melodies and percussion and glorious flute lines bring the joy to 'O Ba Ba' (The Reflex Revision).
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 in stock $15.88
Hot & Spicy Vol 6
Hot & Spicy Vol 6 (blue vinyl 12")
Cat: HNS 006. Rel: 29 Nov 23
Delfonic - "Everything Is Love"
HOLDTight - "Disco Power"
Franck Roger - "Pinguino Blumo"
DJ Steef - "Warp Odyssey"
Review: Hot'N'Spicy's self-titled series of flame hot disco and funk gems returns with a sizzling sixth instalment here and it has some big names on board. Delfonic opens up with the low slung and seductive loopy disco-house fun of 'Everything Is Love' while HOLDTight up the funk and energy with more loose and percussive grooves on 'Disco Power.' Franck Roger brings his classy French house styling to a deep and slinky number in 'Pinguino Blumo' and DJ Steef shuts down with some big camp disco flourishes and dubbed-out vocal echoes on 'Warp Odyssey.'
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 in stock $16.43
Disco Records 5
Cat: DISCO 5. Rel: 29 Nov 23
Summer Grooves
Trying To Get Over
Do It Anyday
Review: The publicity-shy, scalpel-wielding Disco Records crew returns with volume five in their ongoing series, bringing with them another quartet of dusty re-edits. As usual, they've largely avoided the obvious in favour of breathing new life into diggers' favourites and the kind of slept-on obscurities ripe for reappraisal. They hit the ground running with 'Summer Grooves', a Chic-esque blast of sunshine-ready disco goodness, before exploring the hybrid turn-of-the-80s disco-with-synths flavours of 'Trying To Get Over'. Flip to the B for 'Persuasion', a more slinky and seductive shufflers marked out by spacey synths and low-slung bass, and 'Do It Anyway', their extended take on a much loved reggae-disco cover of disco-funk staple 'Anyway You Wanna'.
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Tags: Disco Funk
 in stock $15.36
Native Love: Ben Liebrand Reworx
Cat: MS 521. Rel: 09 Oct 23
Native Love (Ben Liebrand DJ Delight) (6:10)
Native Love (Ben Liebrand extended rework) (8:12)
Review: In the early 80s Divine's run of Italo and Hi-NRG-styled club tracks were certified bombs, with her tongue in cheek drawl throwing all kinds of shade across some gauche interpretations of the big arps and drum machine sequences of the era. 'Native Love' is surely one of the finest of the tracks from Divine's canon, and who better to remix it than a true titan of the times, Ben Liebrand. The Dutch producer's work was hugely influential during those breakthrough years for dance music, and his two versions of 'Native Love' are authoritative slammers that will still set ablaze any dancefloor you care to throw them at.
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Tags: Hi-NRG
 in stock $18.01
Teorema (remastered)
Cat: THANKYOU 028. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Medley: Teorema (Lambada mix) (6:38)
Medley: Teorema (4:28)
Never Sleepy Beats (4:59)
Medley: Teorema (Spanish Power) (7:01)
Medley: Teorema (French edit) (5:55)
Review: While hardly a "Holy Grail"all bar a few people didn't know it existed until recently, D.J Never Sleep's sole single, the private press gem 'Teorema', can certainly be described as "buried treasure". It was reportedly the work of some experienced Italian producers, though its' sound is all Spanish guitar solos, early house-meets-Latin freestyle beats, joyous Piano riffs and evocative female vocals, it is pure formative Balearic house. This Thank You reissue not only showcases the original EP's two leading mixes (track two here, the more chugging and synth bass-sporting rework, is the pick), but also a never-released, effects-laden 'Never Sleepy Beats' drum took, plus versions in Spanish (B1) and French (B2).
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Cat: FLIES 4554. Rel: 12 Oct 23
Synthporn (4:24)
Cargo (3:35)
Review: Italy's foremost investigator of 60s and 70s library music and jazz fusion sounds can do no wrong if you ask us. Everything they put out is sumptuous whether it's an old reissue or a new outing. Here we have the pair of bassist Federico Amorosi and keys, synth and programming wizard Valerio Lombardozzi cooking up some brilliant blends of cosmic funk and Italo disco, all with fresh flavours from soundtracks and synthporn from days gone. The A-side is an instrumental with a lush mid-tempo groove and the flip has a more infectious dance sound.
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 in stock $16.95
Deep River
Cat: SRT 181. Rel: 08 Nov 23
Drivetrain - "Music Got Me" (7:14)
Drivetrain - "Music Got Me" (Afterhours mix) (5:23)
Melodymann - "Keep It Winging" (6:09)
Melodymann - "Up & Down" (5:18)
Review: Drivetrain and Melodymann hail from Detroit and Belgium respectively and together the've cooked up an incredibly affecting quad of tunes which we now hear pressed to wax via Soiree. An overarching homage to the classically 'slapdash' or lackadaisical feel of Chicago and Detroit house abounds, as the likes of 'Music Got Me' and 'Keep It Movin' work in the very same janky shuffles that would hear the latter ends of those genres bleed into US garage and come with palette-cleansing aperitifs in the form of vocal samples from various soul sources. Keep it coming.
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 in stock $13.25
Brazilian Rhyme (reissue)
Cat: ABEWAF 001. Rel: 15 Nov 23
Brazilian Rhyme (Danny Krivit re-edit) (3:00)
Runnin' (Danny Krivit re-edit) (8:18)
Review: Danny Krivit's officially sanctioned re-edits of Earth Wind & Fire's "Brazilian Rhyme" and "Runnin" have been sought-after since they first appeared on a Japan-only 12" back in 2004. In fact, such is demand that even later bootleg pressings now go for silly money online. As this reissue proves, though, they're arguably amongst Krivit's strongest scalpel works. Certainly, his three-minute revision of the always too short "Brazilian Rhyme" teases it out to just the right length, in the process delivering a sweltering, sing-along summer anthem. The flipside revision of the equally as summery "Runnin" is every bit as good, with Krivit making merry with the original's life-affirming scat vocals and killer piano solos.
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Tags: Jazz Funk
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I Can't Wait
Cat: AOTN 12023. Rel: 30 Nov 23
I Can't Wait (feat Philomenah)
I Can't Wait (feat Philomenah - House dub)
I Can't Wait (bonus beats)
Review: We've announced our undying love for Athens Of The North many times before and its releases like this which make us want to do so again. It comes from East Coast Love Affair and is a late-night jam of epic proportions that chugs on a deep disco tip. The sultry vocals are from Shetland-born and Edinburgh-based r&b singer and songwriter Philomenah who graduates from backing singer with this group to front and centre star. A lovely house dub brings some club weight on the flip while bonus beats seal the deal.
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Nu Groove Edits Vol 2
Cat: NG 137. Rel: 10 Oct 23
Equation - "I'll Say A Prayer 4 U" (Dam Swindle long Ass intro edit) (6:19)
Houz' Neegroz - "Keep Dance'n" (Phil Weeks rework) (6:30)
Kato - "Disco-Tech" (Soulphiction Pause Tape edit) (5:17)
Rhano Burrell - "When Can I Call You" (feat Lisa Lee - Honey Dijon & Luke Solomon edit) (5:21)
Review: The second volume of edits of classic outings on Nu Groove records, assembling modern house heroes such as Dam Swindle, Phil Weeks, and Honey Dijon to re-fix tunes by the legendary Equation and The Burrell Brothers among others. Highlights include Dam Swindle's misty eyed extension of Equation's 'I'll Say A Prayer 4 U'- a perfect rainy day house anthem, and the paranoid phonk of Rhano Burrell's 'When Can I Call You' as remapped by Honey Dijon & Luke Solomon. Surefire party starters all round.
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Save Our Love
Save Our Love (180 gram vinyl 12" (comes in different colour sleeves, we cannot guarantee which one you will receive) repress)
Cat: ISLE 021A. Rel: 17 Oct 23
Save Our Love (5:04)
Slow Beat (dance mix) (4:52)
Save Our Love (instrumental) (3:55)
Review: Isle Of Jura come through once more with a superbly in demand reissue of a sought after disco cut from the 1980s. 'Save Our Love' by Escape From New York is a blend of disco, new wave and funk that has a mystical atmosphere and drums perfectly of their time. The vocal is full of yearning under the shimmering synths and on the flip is an even more 80s-leaning tune, 'Slow Beat' (dance mix) has more obvious 80s leanings and the 12" closes with the Instrumental of 'Save Our Love, stripping back the vocals and giving more air to the bass.
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 in stock $14.31
Tema Di Susie Reloved
Cat: RLV 02. Rel: 09 Nov 23
Tema Di Susie Reloved
Tema Di Susie Reloved (Banda Maje vocal Retouch)
Review: Tema di Susie' is one of the main themes from the soundtrack composed by Alessandro Alessandroni for the 1976 Italian noir film Sangue di sbirro, known in English as Blood and Bullets, as well as Knell, Bloody Avenger (the Susie in the original title refers to the female love interest of the film's hero, who is on a mission to seek revenge for the gangland murder of his policeman father). At once sweet and sentimental, haunting and melancholic, 'Tema di Susie' stands out from the other tracks in the film, which are more action oriented. Like the rest of the score, however, it exemplifies the way in which, during the 70s, Italian film composers created their own version of the sound of American blaxploitation cinema, with its groovy blend of funk, jazz, and soul. Here, Neapolitan duo Fratelli Malibu have taken Alessandroni's melodic theme and woven it into a mesmerizing tapestry of rhythmic beats, world percussion and ethereal atmospheres. Drawing inspiration from funk/Afrobeat, synth-pop and Italo-disco, they've conjured a psychedelic-tinged, afro-cosmic groove that's bound to transport you to another dimension. Doubling that fun comes a vocal retouch version, courtesy of the Italian funk/soul collective Banda Maje, on the B-side.
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Played by: LEGO EDIT
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All Over You (feat Nenor, DJ Vas remixes)
Cat: KS 001. Rel: 02 Oct 23
All Over You (6:12)
All Over You (House mix) (5:21)
All Over You (Nenor remix) (5:50)
All Over You (DJ Vas remix) (5:14)
Review: Kaninchenbau's main collaborators Sokur and The Funk District helm this latest intergalactic journey in the form of 'All Over You'. It's a superbly tasteful and deep disco joint with lush synth work and the sort of groovy drums that make every head to the floor and get down. Next to the original is a classic 'House Mix' version and then comes two epic remixes on the flip. Both are from accomplished and ever busy Razor-N-Tape producers Nenor and DJ Vas who bring a real touch of classic to their work and offer a different look than the A-side.

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Love & Hate In A Different Time (Greg Wilson & Che remixes)
Cat: 506020 2597178. Rel: 21 Nov 23
Love & Hate In A Different Time (Greg Wilson & Che mix) (8:40)
Love & Hate In A Different Time (Greg Wilson & Che extended mix) (7:08)
Love & Hate In A Different Time (acappella) (5:36)
Review: 'Love & Hate In a Different Time', one of the Gabriels' sonically sweetest but most lyrically hard-hitting singles to date, may seem an unusual choice to remix, even if the 2020 release did feature a stomping groove reminiscent of Northern Soul. Greg Wilson and Che have done a great job in re-imagining it for dancefloors on their 'full length remix', though, wrapping the original's simmering swings and Jacob Lusk's incredible vocals - smothered in reverb and delay - around a rolling, 1970s style disco groove. The pair also a delivers an 'extended original mix', which stretches out Gabriels' 2020 single version for greater dancefloor pleasure, and a spine-tingling, effects-laden 'acapella' take. Simply essential.
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Played by: LEGO EDIT
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Dance Forever (remastered)
Cat: MD 31821. Rel: 06 Oct 23
Dance Forever (6:05)
Dance Forever (club version) (5:13)
Dance Forever (Musta & Stefano Ritteri remix) (5:06)
Review: Gaucho dropped his still classic 'Dance Forever' back in 1983 and this reissue has specially mastered the whole thing ready for deployment on modern dancefloors. It first arrives in its original format and has raw and dusty drum machine energy overlaid with insistent percussion and splashy hits that all build towards the release of some majestic Italo arps. The Club Version is a little more direct and then last of all comes 'Dance Forever' (Musta & Stefano Ritteri remix) which extends the breaks and allows the sci-fi synth work extra room to work its charms.
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Cumbia Cienaguera (Jacques Renault Edit)
Genesis - "Cumbia Cienaguera" (Jacques Renault edit) (4:45)
Sangre Joven - "Chevere" (Jacques Renault edit) (4:59)
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Chi Town Reggae
Chi Town Reggae (limited 7")
Cat: SNDW 7028. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Chi-Town Reggae (3:46)
Hail Jah (3:52)
Review: Blending reggae, disco, soul, funk and roots - comes the reissue of the highly sought-after 7" from 1979 by Gypsy Fari, the first known reggae outfit from Chicago, born in the south side of the city after a chance meeting between St Kitts expat Leroy Webster and local music graduate Kevin Coleman. The pair set out to blur the boundaries of genre with their unique brand of music, spearheaded by Webster's Caribbean roots and fused with the soul and blues of the midwest.On the A-side, 'Chi-Town Reggae' springs out the gate with fast-paced disco-reggae, powered by a relentless rhythm section and Webster's infectious vocal melody. On the flip, 'Hail Jah' is a swaggering, deep roots reggae cut that pays homage to Webster's heritage - which he wrote on the hilltops of the outskirts of Kingston, Jamaica.
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A Touch Of Love EP 4
Cat: BL 149. Rel: 17 Nov 23
Seamus Haji & Michael Gray - "Wish" (feat Audrey Martells)
Mark Lower & Fleur De Mur - "Burn For Love"
FrescoEdits - "Get Free"
Saison - "Be Yourself" (feat Kameelah Waheed)
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Disco Power EP
Cat: BLURWAX 002. Rel: 06 Nov 23
Disco Power (5:08)
Malandro (4:33)
To The Beat Y`all (5:00)
Review: Mexican DJ and producer Hotmood indeed brings the heat on his new EP for the Blur Records gang. It is a fine fusion of disco and house music with rich instrumentals, nice organic sound and plenty of smart samples. Opener 'Disco Power' is a funky and upbeat cut with a powerful bassline and big vocal stabs. Things get more deep and laidback with 'Malandro' which has big sax energy and sunny chords then 'To The Beat Y'all' rounds out the EP with real disco energy. The drums hit hard, big guitar riffs brighten up the mix and subtle filters and FX also pump things to the next level.
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Played by: LEGO EDIT
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Space Invaders Revenge
Cat: V 006. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass (XL remix) (9:14)
Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass (instrumental remix) (6:39)
Pong's Run (with Intergalactic Gary) (4:06)
Review: It's been 22 years since the release of I-F's razor-sharp Dutch electro anthem, "Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass". Given the upsurge in interest in electro of late, it's little surprise to see the man himself offering up this reissue, which is focused around two previously digital-only revisions that first landed back in 2010. Stretched out across the A-side is the brilliant - and undeniably mind-altering - "XL Remix", a nine-minute revision that gives greater prominence to the producer's twisted electronic riffs, industrial strength melodies and dusty drum machine percussion. This time round, it comes accompanied by both a vocoder-free Instrumental take and "Pong's Run", a lesser-known collaboration with Intergalactic Gary that's slow, spacey, out-there and thoroughly intoxicating.
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Last Night A DJ Saved My Life (remixes)
Cat: KOOK 1033. Rel: 21 Nov 23
Last Night A DJ Saved My Life (Smeddles More Ass mix) (6:12)
Last Night A DJ Saved My Life (Smeddles More dub mix) (5:25)
Last Night A DJ Saved My Life (original 1982 version) (5:42)
Last Night A DJ Saved My Life (original 1982 acappella) (3:08)
Last Night A DJ Saved My Life (Smeddles More Ass Deep mix) (7:03)
Review: Indeep's 'Last Night A DJ Saved My Life' is one of those all-time classics - a stone cold floor filler that gets everyone going whether they're fans of the darkest techno or the most camp house. The vocals, the groove, the hooky guitars are all just perfect and never fail to bring a break out of energy and good times. Here it gets pressed up by Kookoo with the original 1982 versions featuring next to some more sped-up mixes by Smeddles who variously goes deep, dubby and funky across this 12".
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Popsicle Obstacle
Popsicle Obstacle (180 gram vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: ZZZV 23108. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Sunshine (extended mix) (10:19)
Kalpler (9:30)
Simple Man (extended mix) (8:00)
Hemsin (5:06)
Review: Ahead of their European tour, Turkish electronic group Islandman share their EP 'Popsicle Obstacle', the new material on which tracks a heady musical pathway from archaic folk traditions and regional acoustics right through to the modern-day tonic-sonics of the electronic sequencer. Having made headway from the spiritualist dream of primitive past to the glossy utopia of a digital future, Islandman's core members are multi-instrumentalist & producer Tolga Boyuk, Eralp Guven (percussion) and Erdem Baser (guitars). The title is a misnomer, if not for the fact that the six tracks here are hardly obstacles at all; rather, they're hugely well-produced, flavoursome treats, chief among which has to be the incredible track 'Simple Man', which - take it from us - just gets cooler and cooler, timbrally and tastefully.
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Played by: Marco Gallerani
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Watch Out!
Cat: VPB 012. Rel: 13 Nov 23
Watch Out (dance version) (5:16)
Watch Out (AP mono Disco remix) (5:19)
Watch Out (Bellatrix remix) (5:37)
Watch Out (radio version) (3:21)
Watch Out (6:02)
Watch Out (Prospero remix) (6:09)
Watch Out (Chris Van Buren Vocoder remix) (6:05)
Review: Jackie Touche's 'Watch Out' is a highly sought-after Italo gem and one Michiel Van Der Kuy's most appreciated vocal productions. It has been unearthed by Vintage Pleasure Boutique from the Made Up Records catalogue and is denied by the lushness and richness of the classic Juno 106 synthesizer at its core. It brings ever-rising progressions with classic 80s Linn Drum suns that are tinny and metallic and lovely and pure bait for fans of 80s electronic sounds. As well as the restored and remastered original version you also get new remixes by Prospero, Bellatrix, A.P. Mono and Chris Van Buuren.
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