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Eight Weeks: Disco/Nu-Disco

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So Funky (limited 12")
Cat: SP 003. Rel: 16 May 18
  1. Funkulation (3:59)
  2. Halfmoon (2:42)
  3. What Planet Are You From? (5:00)
  4. So Funky (4:11)
  5. Summer Madness (5:19)
 in stock $8.57
XXX 005 (12")
Cat: XXX 005. Rel: 06 Jun 18
  1. Big Town Boy Small City Dreams (6:43)
  2. Crumbling Chasm (6:24)
  3. Big Town Boy Small City Dreams (Jason Kendig remix) (6:37)
  4. Safe Space (6:39)
Played by: Jac The Disco, SHMLSS
 in stock $11.61
Cat: WIMY 002. Rel: 04 May 18
  1. Fleeting Eternity (6:18)
  2. October (7:07)
 in stock $10.78
Cat: JAMWAXMAXI 16. Rel: 23 May 18
  1. Forward To Zion (4:13)
  2. Join Them (5:07)
Review: Jamaican music legend Joe White is truly in his element on this much needed reissue. Alongside contemporaries such as Augustus Pablo, Peter Tosh and Bobby Kalphat he was one of very few melodica players on the scene. He had his first success in 1965 with the song "Every Night" and went on to release beautiful instrumentals like "Kenyata", "Call Me Trinity" (for Derrick Harriott) and "Cheer Up" for Glen Brown. White formed the group Roots, Trunks & Branches to release several tracks on the label Splendour Heights. "Forward To Zion" was released in 1979 and became a true reggae roots stepper banger for sound systems across the globe. Probably electronic music fans will appreciate the futuristic dub aesthetic. "Forward To Zion" is a song of peace, love, freedom and emancipation of people.
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 in stock $14.65
Life Classics (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: LC 01. Rel: 15 Jun 18
  1. Love Affair (7:12)
  2. All Night (5:43)
  3. That Lady (6:26)
  4. So Fine (5:00)
 in stock $12.71
Cat: TDISCO 003. Rel: 23 May 18
  1. Sartorial - "Shoot Me With Your Love" (6:43)
  2. Sartorial - "Railton Road" (6:05)
  3. Sartorial & Simon Kennedy - "Welcome To The Disco" (6:50)
  4. Sartorial & Simon Kennedy - "Strange Feeling" (6:30)
Review: Since launching last autumn, the Tropical Disco edits label has served up some seriously hot and humid revisions. Like its predecessors, the imprint's third EP features re-edits by Cheshire man Simon Kennedy and London-based Alex Sartori (AKA DJ Sartorial). The standout cut is arguably joint effort "Welcome To The Disco", a gently housed-up revision of rush-inducing disco number rich in undulating string lines, Tony Montana style orchestration, bongo-heavy percussion breaks and the duo's own well-placed filters and echo effects. That said, there's much to set the pulse racing elsewhere across the EP, from the piano-rich heavy disco stomp of "Strange Feeling" to the rolling, low-slung brilliance of Sartorial solo edit "Shoot Me With Your Love".
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 in stock $10.50
Smile (12" repress)
Cat: LCT 001. Rel: 15 Jun 18
  1. Satari - "Smile" (5:41)
  2. Nicky Love - "Nobody To Love" (feat Satari) (4:59)
Review: It was way back in 1986 when South African singer Satari released her one and only single, a double A-side affair featuring "Malebu" and "Smile". It's the latter that rightly gets the reissue treatment here. Breezy, melodious, synthesizer-heavy and undeniably positive, the track offers a particularly Balearic take on boogie-infused, mid 1980s synth-pop. This time round, the track comes backed with another '86 Sidwell Duda production, Nicky Love featuring Satari's "Nobody To Love". It's every bit as delicious as the A-side, even if it does stick a little more closely to the early '80s New York disco-boogie blueprint. In other words, these are two fine, forgotten gems that are deservedly being given a new lease of life.
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 in stock $15.20
Schatzi Vol 4 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: SCHATZI 04. Rel: 11 Jun 18
  1. Track 1 (7:01)
  2. Track 2 (6:46)
  3. Track 3 (6:15)
  4. Track 4 (5:53)
  5. Track 5 (4:21)
Review: Sweetheart sounds; Schatzi gear up their first anonymous edit collection of the year and, once again, it's a premium piece of party fuel. Featuring exceptional versions of cult classic such as "Track 1"'s take on CZR's timeless "Chicago Southside", "Track 3"'s version of Margaret Reynolds or a seriously sharp splice job on Made In USA on "Track 4" by way of cosmic excursions a la "Track 2", Schatzi aren't sweet talking us here, they're the real deal.
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Cat: EXPAND 111. Rel: 06 Jun 18
  1. Neptune Atmosphere (You Didn't Feel My Love) (Phil Asher & Mighty Zaf '80s remix) (8:42)
  2. Neptune Atmosphere (You Didn't Feel My Love) (2000 Black remix) (4:41)
  3. Neptune Atmosphere (You Didn't Feel My Love) (feat Gina Foster - Phil Asher & Mighty Zaf '80s remix radio version) (4:53)
Review: The latest golden nugget from Hayes-based soul specialists Expansion sees Phil Asher, The Mighty Zaf and 2000 Black take it in turns to rework one of the highlights of modern jazz-man Robb Scott's recent album, Siren. Asher and Zaf kick things off with a deliciously glassy-eyed jazz-funk-meets-soulful house revision that not only boasts a seriously loved-up, beat-free intro, but also tons of subtle instrumental solos. A radio edit of that rework is also available on the flip. That's where you'll find 2000 Black's brilliantly jazzy broken beat revision, which is every bit as sumptuous and musically rich as the West London duo's own productions.
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I Wanna Be With You (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: ASD 220AB. Rel: 03 May 18
  1. I Wanna Be With You (4:11)
  2. I Wanna Be With You (DJ Harvey Pacific Beach edit) (6:01)
 in stock $10.78
Shake's On A Plane (140 gram vinyl 12" repress)
Cat: LIH 026. Rel: 18 Jun 18
  1. Magic Marcel
  2. The Bee Won
  3. Wake, Bake & Shake
Review: REPRESS ALERT: The unstoppable march of Dan Shake continues apace as he storms Lumberjacks HQ with some of that refined sample-a-delic house music that is fast making him a marquee booking for those who want their party started right. He sounds right at home on "Magic Marcel", throwing down an addictive bass hook and looping up the woozy romanticism of classic disco and filter house into a thoroughly potent brew. "The Bee Won" takes a more urgent approach, reaching towards a kind of jazz funk energy with some tumbling percussion shaken into the mix for good measure. Taking a cooler approach to round the record off, "Wake, Bake & Shake" lets the funk take centre stage and leaves the samples plain as day for that breezy Sunday afternoon feeling.
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Cat: GLITS 018. Rel: 20 Jun 18
  1. Try My Love (On For Size) (3:37)
  2. When Love Breaks Down (7" edit) (4:18)
Review: Not only has it been some 15 years since The Shapeshifters bothered the pop charts with soaring disco-house anthem "Lola's Theme", but also nearly a decade since their last vinyl single. Appearing on a tasty seven-inch single, this two-tracker for Glitterbox features some of their strongest work since those halcyon days. A-side "Try My Love On (For Size)" is arguably the duo's most "pure" disco cut to date - a classic production that boasts rising horns, sweeping strings and a strong, Salsoul-esque vocal from Teni Tinks. Turn to the flip for the more relaxed and groovy "When Love Breaks Down", a future end-of-night anthem that's as poignant as it is uplifting.
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Cat: EXC 006. Rel: 24 May 18
  1. Amazing (The Showfa Disco rework) (5:59)
  2. Surely, Surely (The Showfa edit) (2:49)
  3. Praising (The Showfa edit) (5:01)
  4. Show You The Way (The Showfa edit) (4:29)
Review: Lord have mercy! Showfa returns to Excursions with four more exceedingly vital gospel edits. "Amazing" is a down-home floor-kicking piano and blues standard with just a little extra pump in the kicks, "Surely, Surely" is a little more upbeat and R&B-like with big preacher vocals sitting perfectly in the gaps of the groove, while "Praising" brings a little electro boogie to the front row pew. Finally "I'll Show You The Way" shows us the light by way of glistening strums, flighty sax and a dream-like atmosphere you'll think you're in actual heaven. Win, don't sin.
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Cat: DH 015. Rel: 30 May 18
  1. Too Much Fun At The Temple Of Doom (7:57)
  2. Dervish Euphoria (6:15)
  3. Exploding Toads Mystery (7:43)
Review: Russian brothers Sasha and Sergey Lipsky made their Disco Halal bow just over a year ago, serving up an EP that joined the dots between Persian mysticism and chugging contemporary disco. They're at it again here, though many will note that fine A-side "Too Much Fun At The Temple of Doom" is an altogether more up-tempo exploration of their Middle Eastern influences than we've come to expect. It's rather good, all told, and is given fine support on the flipside by the Arabic-Italo chug of "Dervish Euphoria" and the rubbery, Lebanese synth-pop-goes-acid-house goodness of closer "Exploding Toads Mystery", which may well be one of the song titles of the year.
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 in stock $11.61
Janet 50 (12")
Cat: C 56065. Rel: 08 May 18
  1. Janet 50 (7:06)
  2. Janet 50 (I:Cube remix) (7:23)
Review: Benjamin Smith and Paul "Mudd" Murphy rarely disappoint, as those who copped 2016 album Gorthleck will confirm. "Janet 50" marks the experienced duo's first new material since (though we have it on good authority that a fresh full-length is also on the way). The track is typical of their work, with sumptuous, jazzy guitars, deep space effects and rich electric piano parts reclining over a blazed, Balearic disco groove. It's a sublime piece of music, all told, which is arguably made even better by B-side remixer I:Cube. The Parisian veteran thrillingly re-casts the track as a spacey, synthesizer-heavy treat rich in bleep techno inspired bass, Kelley Polar synths, gentle acid lines and Ben Smith's brilliant guitar improvisations. In other words, it's out-of-this-world good.
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Expansions (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: DB 10214P. Rel: 20 Jun 18
  1. Expansions (6:08)
  2. A Chance For Peace (5:23)
Played by: Scratchandsniff
 in stock $10.78
Cat: REG 019. Rel: 18 Jun 18
  1. Shine (This Is It) (Ray Mang extended vocal version)
  2. Shine (This Is It) (Ray Mang instrumental version)
  3. Shine (This Is It) (Ray Mang radio version)
Review: Soul Clap definitely knew what they were doing when they snapped up certifiable diva legend Nona Hendryx to sing on one of the cuts from their self-titled 2016 album. Now Ray Mang has got his mitts on the parts to "Shine (This Is It)" and turned out three versions for his own Mangled label - the classic combination of extended vocal, instrumental and radio edit versions. Whichever cut suits you best, the vibe is the same; a bold and bright summer party track splashed with horns, keys and plenty more besides, although the smart money is on Hendryx's legendary vocal, which soars as though no time has passed since her days working with Material in 80s NYC.
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 in stock $9.38
  1. Edwin Starr - "25 Miles" (Soul Flip edit) (4:22)
  2. Aretha Franklin - "A Change" (Soul Flip edit) (3:36)
Review: Vanucci and Gazeebo's Soul Flip guise cracks its editing knuckles for a second roll of the party dice and the results are every bit as funky as you'd expect. Edwin Starr's 1968 super-funk belt-out gets supersized with a rolling big beat break while Aretha Franklin's formidable rhythm & blues stomper "A Change" is given a subtle thrusting for modern day floors. Absolute dynamite.
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Cat: EVERLAND 003. Rel: 22 May 18
  1. What Would I Have (If I Didn't Have You) (3:41)
  2. I Want To Be Love (3:13)
 in stock $14.09
Cat: DRIVE 003. Rel: 04 May 18
  1. Mystery Man (1984 12" mix) (5:13)
  2. Mystery Man (Velvet Season & The Hearts Of God - The Ever Transforming mix) (9:05)
 in stock $10.78
Cotonou EP (12" + insert)
Cat: ANR 004. Rel: 14 Jun 18
  1. Cotonou (6:21)
  2. Mugara Ndega (feat Martha Thom & Jacob Mafuleni) (5:38)
  3. La Danse D'achille (7:05)
  4. Juju Chill (6:05)
 in stock $10.78
Cat: BSTX 034. Rel: 04 Jun 18
  1. I'm Hungry (6:14)
  2. I'm Hungry (Caramba mix) (8:32)
Review: Best are really reaching for the serious stuff here - Stopp was one of those mythical one hit wonders of the Italo disco era that somehow caught a wave on distant shores. It's not hard to see why "I'm Hungry" was huge with the early Chicago house wave and DJs like Ron Hardy. It's a surefire banger, all daggering arpeggio basslines and romantic, mystical lead lines with a catchy vocal chant line to really set the party off. The "Caramba Mix" is no slouch either, edging in a little more club-ready dynamics for those who need a more beat-oriented ingredient for their proto-house cocktail.
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  1. Stratosferic Band - "Splashdown" (12" extended 1977 version) (5:22)
  2. Stratosferic Band - "Nowhere" (3:26)
  3. Ben Norman - "Got To Be" (12" extended 1979 version) (6:07)
  4. Radiation - "TC Radiation" (4:44)
 in stock $10.50
Butter Love EP (12" repress)
Cat: BLR 010. Rel: 04 Jun 18
  1. Do You Even? (5:30)
  2. Butter Love (5:45)
  3. If Not Now, When? (6:14)
  4. That One Day While Couch Surfin' (6:01)
Review: Emil Sunesson is a producer from Malmoe, Sweden that presents his second release after an impressive debut on Australian label Kyoku last year. His latest for Washington D.C. based Better Listen features the sun-kissed and dusty deep house joint "Do You Even?" which kicks things off in an emotive style - reminiscent of homeboys Genius Of Time or Berlin's Money $ex crew. For the most part, the tracks featured on the Butter Love EP are glorious moments of disco edit action - the title track's classic lo-slung groove is a respectful edit of a certain underground goodie - that those in the know will appreciate. On the flip is a thumping disco house stormer that will appeal to fans of Art Alfie or the Robsoul sound on the uplifting "If Not Now, When?"
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Cat: RCRS 001. Rel: 01 May 18
  1. Eenie Meenie (extended version) (6:23)
  2. Eenie Meenie (Mark Seven Playground dub) (6:29)
  3. Eenie Meenie (Mark Seven XTC Excursion) (6:02)
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Cat: TKDISCO 31. Rel: 14 May 18
  1. Ghetto Disco (8:43)
  2. Ghetto Disco (part 2) (7:03)
Review: Ted Taylor's stone cold T.K Disco bomb gets a long, long awaited reissue. Still so vital and feel-good it stretches across two sides, Ted's iconic falsetto and the honeyed backing harmonies remains as skin-ripplingly powerful as they did in 1977. A cult classic, there's something here for everybody; the cool, the hip and indeed the square.
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Played by: Osmose
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EP#2 (12")
Cat: AUS 127. Rel: 16 May 18
  1. Come A Little Closer (6:03)
  2. Wazoo (6:16)
  3. Prototypical (5:27)
Review: Millionhands head honcho Tom Mangan is back as Tee Mango on Aus Music - this would be his third appearance on the label in less than a year - which speaks volumes really. EP#2 features the lo-slung sexiness of "Make It Last Forever" featuring that awesome Inner Life sample throughout. On the flip, we have the funky deep-disco bounce of "Wazoo" that's perfect mood lighting for the early evening, while something a bit more energetic and harder hitting exists in the form of "Prototypical". A soulful and emotive house journey featuring gritty rhythms, a tough bouncy bassline and trippy stabs that's perfect to take crowd into the later hours - we absolutely loved this one!
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Feel So Good Inside (12" repress)
Cat: FVR 099. Rel: 03 May 18
  1. Feel So Good Inside (extended Waxist edit mix) (6:51)
  2. Feel So Good Inside (4:19)
  3. Take Me To (New York City) (4:18)
Review: The result of a diligent digging quest since he heard DJ Klas drop it many years ago, Lyonaisse editor Waxist has finally track down his own copy of Lamar's 1980 disco soul love gem and given it some serious treatment. Extending the unfettered positivity of the original by almost two minutes (with special attention paid to that immense organ solo), it lives up to its name in every possible way. For authenticity's sake he's also included the original B-side "Take Me To New York". Still standing the test of time impeccably after 35 years, one tickle from the lolloping bassline and swooning keys and your dancefloor will be hooked.
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Need Some Friends EP (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: BEST 003. Rel: 31 May 18
  1. Roger Thornhill - "Need Somebody" (6:23)
  2. Locked Groove 1 (0:20)
  3. Locked Groove 2 (0:20)
  4. Hysteric - "Letter From The Far East" (6:05)
  5. Locked Groove 3 (0:25)
  6. Locked Groove 4 (0:24)
  7. Turbo Boom Boom - "Makwerhu Boom Boom"
  8. Locked Groove 5 (0:27)
  9. Locked Groove 6 (0:25)
  10. Baerlz - "U Wanna Funk" (5:27)
  11. Locked Groove 7 (0:35)
  12. Locked Groove 8 (0:24)
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Everybody Disco (Record Store Day 2018) (limited heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: LV 12RSD01. Rel: 01 May 18
  1. Everybody Disco (The Mighty Zaf '80s edit) (7:32)
  2. Everybody Disco (part 1) (4:20)
  3. I Was Born To Love You (3:40)
  4. Everybody Disco (part 2) (4:00)
Review: Unlike many of their compatriots, Timeless Legend were a soul group who didn't limit themselves to a killer, one-off EP before disappearing into the shadows. Believe us when we say that this is basically what happened to most bands in the 70s. In the case of these guys, they stuck around for a series of albums and singles that have remained engrained in every collector's memory, and that now go for big bucks on the second-hand market. "Everybody Disco" is their 1979 masterpiece, a tune that encapsulates the disco movement perfectly, from the beats to the bass and even the synths. What a hummable dance anthem - grab it before the RSD 2018 stock runs out!
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Deep In India Vol 3 (limited 12")
Cat: TODH 003. Rel: 03 May 18
  1. Sampadan 7 (8:58)
  2. Sampadan 8 (7:08)
  3. Sampadan 9 (7:10)
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Thinking Allowed (12" repress)
Cat: ESP 015. Rel: 31 May 18
  1. Bit One (7:15)
  2. Cloud Country (5:21)
  3. Thinking Allowed (8:44)
Review: In a 2010 interview, Tornado Wallace explained the inspiration behind his distinctive title as "something between a deep south blues artist or a logger from Nebraska". In subsequent years the Australian has seemingly swapped the south blues artist for something southern Italo, keeping the Nebraskan edge with his logger's beard. This is demonstrated in wondrous fashion on the water-coloured artwork to Thinking Aloud, his debut EP for Lovefingers' ESP Institute. Heavy bass plods switch to a walking bassline in "Bit One", as motorised and starry arpeggios weave between breathy vocals that are as much human as they are synthesised. This is complemented by "Cloud Country" which lowers in BPM with more Italo inspired arpeggios, pulsating toms and sprinklings of Latin sounding synths. The title track "Thinking Allowed" hogs the flip, slowly revealing itself to be a Balearic burner of the highest calibre. It opens with an analogous kick-snare combo and a "higher-self" spoken word spiel that's reminiscent of Will Powers legendary "Adventures In Success". Peaks come; troughs go as the track builds sublimely before dovetailing back to its original form. Welcome back sir!
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  1. You + Me = Love (11:14)
  2. Sandman (4:00)
Review: Recorded in 1976, "You + Me = Love" was a song for Norman Whitfield's Whitfield Records, recorded by The Undisputed Truth. Whitfield, producer and creator of the band, had been at Motown Records for over a decade, and in 1975 left to start up his own record label. They were the first act to follow him from the legendary Detroit label after a lineup change, when Tyrone Douglas and then female lead singer Virginia McDonald left the group. Taka Boom, Chaka Khan's sister, joined longtime member Joe Harris, Calvin Stevenson and Tyrone Barkley. The song reached #48 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #37 on the R&B Charts, and was the group's one-and-only UK hit - appearing on the UK Singles Chart in early 1977.
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VARIOUS
Cat: WEBMG 06LP. Rel: 31 May 18
  1. Mahogany - "Ride The Rhythm" (Rahaan LDF remix) (6:58)
  2. The Chuck Davis Orchestra - "Spirit Of Sunshine" (Rahaan LDF remix) (6:24)
  3. Billy Nichols - "Give Your Body Up To The Music" (Rahaan LDF remix) (8:37)
  4. Brenda Taylor - "You Can't Have Your Cake & Eat It Too" (Rahaan LDF remix) (8:08)
Review: In cahoots with the annual (not to mention excellent) Liverpool Disco Festival, celebrated editor and remixer Rahaan has been let loose on the West End Records catalogue. Happily, his new versions are rightfully respectful to the chosen disco and boogie classics with the Chicagoan simply adding choice effects here and there as well as some cranky old drum machine beats and occasional synthesizer flourishes. This is particularly evident on his raw but deep and slightly dubby take on Brenda Taylor's "You Can Have You Cake It Too", but also comes to the fore on the standout remix of Mahogany's spacey boogie jam "Ride on The Rhythm". String-laden disco bliss is provided via a bass-heavy re-arrangement of the Chuck Davis Orchestra's "Spirit of Sunshine", while Rahaan's Billy Nicholls rub is a high-octane, shirts-off treat.
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VEDIT 04 (hand-stamped 10") (1 per customer)
Cat: VEDIT 04. Rel: 30 May 18
  1. Track 1 (4:43)
  2. Track 2 (5:05)
  3. Track 3 (9:24)
Review: Having dazzled disco lovers via a trio of sold-out 10" singles, the shadowy VEDIT crew delivers their first hand-stamped 12". This time round, the publicity-shy scalpel collective is focused more on left-of-centre synth-pop cuts from the new wave era. Our pick is undoubtedly the epic flipside revision, which takes a particularly wayward and intoxicating mid-'80s cut - think early Chicago house bass, discordant synth horns, experimental dub effects and half-spoken vocals - and turns it into something of an inspired beast. In contrast the two A-side cuts tamper with two slightly better known (though still relatively overlooked) left-of-centre synth-pop gems from 1984 and '85 respectively. They will no doubt get more rotations, but lack the insane thrills of the B-side edit.
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  1. Louie Vega - "Love Having You Around" (feat Rochelle Fleming & Barbara Tucker) (9:02)
  2. Bebe Winans - "He Promised Me" (feat Tobbi, Tommi & Kiandra Richardson - Louie Vega remix) (8:56)
  3. Luther Vandross - "Get Myself Together" (Louie Vega remix) (10:44)
  4. Louie Vega, Patrick Adams & Cloud Two - "Rebel Nation" (feat Anane) (8:51)
Review: Straight off the heat of his last ambitious collaborative opus Starring XVIII, Louie Vega returns with a remarkable disco album in collaboration with Nervous founder Michael Weiss. Inspired by the influential legacy of Sam Records, the album pays homage to the late 70s melting pot with originals, remakes and star appearances from the likes of Luther Vandross. Part 1 runs the gospel gamut with rich feelgood moments such as the First Choice cover "Love Having You Around" and the naughty undertones of Vandross's most upbeat cut in decades "Get Myself Together" and plenty more. And this is only the half of the story. Yet another unique, masterful body of work.
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Played by: RUSTAM OSPANOFF.
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Way He Walks (12" limited to 300 copies + hand-numbered insert)
Cat: NOS 002. Rel: 10 May 18
  1. Bounce 'Til U-Dogg (3:17)
  2. Way He Walks (Really Blows My Mind) (5:24)
  3. Plancton (3:49)
  4. Breakfast (3:56)
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  1. If You Like (feat Sensational & Tijdan) (5:39)
  2. Brown Curls (feat Khalil Anthony - Patchworks remix) (4:48)
  3. If You Like (Alma Negras's Wisdom Of Oz remix) (7:38)
  4. If You Like (feat Tim Jules - instrumental) (3:09)
Review: Marcel Vogel's latest on Lumberjacks In Hell welcomes the mighty leftfield NYC MC Sensational to flow over his learned disco house grooves. Sensational sounds right at home on "If You Like," and Vogel gives him a slightly freaked groove to riff on that works just fine. "Brown Curls" taps up Khalil Anthony, one of the finest UK house vocalists in operation right now, and Patchworks remixes it into a dreamy disco funk jam for the boogie brothers and sisters to shake it to. Alma Negra gets busy with "If You Like," creating a tumbling Afro-centric re-rub par excellence, and then Tim Jules comes on board with an instrumental version that nudges into tightly wound funk territory.
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WAFFLES 003 (12" repress)
Cat: WAFFLES 003. Rel: 22 Jun 18
  1. Hankuri (5:17)
  2. 49 Gang (5:11)
Review: Three 12"s deep and still no clue as to who Waffles actually is. Just as tasty, fluffy and addictive as its predecessors, "Hankuri" struts with a certain amount of Afro charm while plodding with Italo-like thrust. "49 Gang" takes an even slower route with a dubby sheen and playful funk that's reminiscent of the Norway's cosmic eruptions 10 years ago. Like the previous outings, both cuts have been experienced on the Despacio system in recent months and both hit hard.
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Born To Boogie (12" limited to 250 copies repress)
Cat: SPQR 1134. Rel: 30 Apr 18
  1. Born To Boogie
  2. My Little One
Review: Deadstock found from previous distributor of the official remastered edition released in 2015 on S.P.Q.R. of a rare 80s disco classic by Steve Watson, containing the rare and sought after original extended version of BORN TO BOOGIE and not the more common shorter single edit. Don't sleep!
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Bamboo Room (feat Ormus mix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: EES 028. Rel: 29 May 18
  1. Sequence 5
  2. Trash Dolphin
  3. Bamboo Room
  4. Bamboo Room (Ormus mix)
Review: Bamboo Room lands on (Emotional) Especial in a fit of 80s grooves as you would expect to find on the label, but this is in fact the handiwork of debutant duo Duncan Thornley and Laurence Horstman. As Weird Weather they're exploring the fertile hinterland between proto-house, dub abstractions and worldly sounds - they may not be the first to do so, but they sound like complete naturals in this curious bubble. "Sequence 5" is a driving beatdown peppered with space-shaping delays and reverbs, while "Trash Dolphin" takes a cooler approach with some delicate percussive tones and chimes. "Bamboo Room" is a stark, stern beat track fit for a mid 80s cop thriller soundtrack, and the "Ormus Mix" that follows shrugs off most of the drums and heads into satin-lined ambient territory.
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 in stock $12.70
Cat: BEWITH 007TWELVE. Rel: 24 May 18
  1. Keep On Lovin' Me (5:46)
  2. Turn Me Out (5:49)
Review: Less of a whisper and much more of a future bellow; these 1979 disco boogie gems still shine with such an effortless synth class they sound as if they could strut out of a studio almost 40 years later. "Keep On Lovin' Me" is all about that slinky, molten bassline while "Turn Me Out" fixes our focus more on the Californian band's epic harmonies. Another premium excavation from Be With, we'll keep on lovin' this for a long long time to come.
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 in stock $13.54
Rising (12")
Cat: JAMWAXMAXI 15. Rel: 16 May 18
  1. Rising/Power Disco Power (6:42)
  2. Ain't No Way/The Monster (7:14)
 in stock $14.65
Cat: DT 082. Rel: 22 Jun 18
  1. Ferns & Stuff (Discotexas club mix) (7:10)
  2. Ferns & Stuff (Xinobi remix) (6:29)
  3. Ferns & Stuff (Whatever/Whatever remix By Justin Strauss & Bryan Mette) (8:37)
  4. Ferns & Stuff (Boys Get Hurt remix) (7:35)
Played by: Jac The Disco
 in stock $9.67
Looking Up To You (12" repress)
Cat: BEWITH 004TWELVE. Rel: 01 May 18
  1. Looking Up To You (5:21)
  2. Diamond Real (Tee Scott instrumental mix) (7:07)
Review: Probably most known as the hook sampled in Zhane's breakthrough 1993 R&B smash hit "Hey Mr. DJ", it's only in recent years that it has been recognised as being from Michael Wycoff's 1982 sleeper hit "Looking Up To You". Taken from his second album Love Conquers All, Wycoff's short lived solo career sadly hit a dead end shortly after and he apparently went through tough times. That is until getting back on his feet via a new found faith and these days he is a Minister of Music at several Los Angeles area churches. "Looking Up To You" is a timeless soul classic featuring his signature vocal style, a lush string section, an even tighter brass section and powerhouse backing vocal team: you just don't get music like this anymore! B side cut "Diamond Real" (Tee Scott instrumental mix) is a more upbeat boogie number, with P-funk style elements plus neon-lit synths and disco guitar licks - wouldn't have been out of place on the Beverly Hills Cop soundtrack actually!
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 in stock $13.54
  1. XXX - "XXX" (8:45)
  2. South Shore Comission - "Free Man" (9:53)
Review: More unearthed disco edits from the godfather of house music Frankie Knuckles, courtesy of the legendary Disco Queen. On the A side we have some rather deep down and dirty blaxploitation vibes (also sampled by Jamie 3:26 on "Dr F**K" several years ago) over a minimal proto-house drum track on "XXX" by XXX. On the flip, we have the powerful soul explosion of South Shore Commission's "Free Man" from their self-titled album of 1975. Now this one shows you all what a 'respectful edit' really is - listen and learn!
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Played by: Superbreak, LEGO EDIT
 in stock $13.25
A Fleeting Moment (hand-stamped 12" repress)
Cat: CEDRIC 2. Rel: 12 Jun 18
  1. A Fleeting Moment (5:25)
  2. Takin The Easy Way Out (5:50)
  3. Get On It (4:45)
 in stock $10.50
Cat: MT 001. Rel: 04 May 18
  1. Send Chills (3:42)
  2. Send Chills (instrumental) (3:42)
 in stock $11.61
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