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Today: Disco/Nu-Disco

Items 1 to 38 of 38 on page 1 of 1
Friday 24 November 2017
Cat: TKD 13064. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Lady America (Danny Krivit edit) (8:19)
  2. Point Zero (Danny Krivit edit) (6:26)
Review: T.K Disco's 21st century re-edit series continues, with Danny Krivit providing fresh scalpel reworks of classic tracks from the legendary Miami label's archives. On the A-side, the New York legend gets busy with Voyage 1977 single "Lady America", making merry with the headline-grabbing piano riffs, vibraphone solos and hustling, dance-all-night groove. Arguably even better is Krivit's rub of the same band's "Point Zero", a sweaty, chant-infested Afro-disco stomper. Krivit wisely focuses on the French outfit's fantastically dense and percussive groove, emphasizing the intoxicating, chanted vocals, darting Clavinet lines and crunchy Afro-funk guitars.
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Cat: SOW 655. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. It's In The Rhythm (Danny Krivit edit) (10:23)
  2. It's In The Rhythm (Paradise Garage unreleased dub mix) (6:20)
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Breezy (7")
Cat: CRS 508. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Breezy (3:30)
  2. Do The Boogie (3:14)
 in stock $10.81
This Beat Is Mine (12" repress)
Cat: SAM 2016002. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. This Beat Is Mine (Kon groove) (6:36)
  2. This Beat Is Mine (Kon groove - Caserta Can Have It dub) (6:36)
  3. This Beat Is Mine (original 12" mix) (5:54)
  4. This Beat Is Mine (12" instrumental mix) (5:31)
  5. This Beat Is Mine (acapella) (5:53)
Review: Stone cold disco boogie classic from 1981 with arguably the finest slap bass solo Sam Records ever pressed to wax gets the five star treatment from premier league editor Kon. Arresting our attention in all the right places on both the clean cut edit and the dubbier "Caserta Can Have It" version, once again Kon reminds us of his matchless craft. Also included are the original 12", instrumental and acapella. What a package... This beat is yours.
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Spies Are Watching Me (12" repress)
Cat: FVR 106. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Spies Are Watching Me (7:15)
  2. Le Disco Des Capitales (6:45)
Review: Sounds like it came out of Lagos in 1971, actually written and recorded in Lyon in 2015: Voilaaa is the brainchild of Bruno Hovart whose long relationship with Favorite goes way back to his days as Patchworks, Mr President and The Dynamics. Recording on a whole host of vintage machines and calling upon local African singers both cuts have a real authentic sense of realness; "Spies Are Watching Me" drives with big horns and swooning strings which isn't dissimilar to the work of The Movers, while the TY Boys-esque "Le Disco Des Capitales" is a heavier, more concentrated slab of floor-minded disco where the groove takes more of a forefront role. Apparently there's a whole album of this cooking... We can't wait to hear it.
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Thursday 23 November 2017
  1. Alien Alien - "Sambaca" (DJ Athome remix) (7:30)
  2. Lerosa - "Ritmo" (5:15)
  3. Stoned Immaculate - "The Spice" (Flying Men mix) (6:07)
  4. Kassiel - "West Hills" (4:32)
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New For U (12" repress)
Cat: LAVIDA 001. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. New For U (5:44)
  2. Drama Around The Corner (4:40)
  3. Jazz Dance (7:30)
Review: Mahogani regular Andres comes correct once again with the debut drop on his new label La Vida, with three tracks that flow with that inimitable Motor City soul. Much like previous Andres output, the triplet on New For U draw obvious lines of influence from Dilla and Dixon Jnr, though it's all sprinkled with Dez's own unique touch and style, be it the infectious snap of percussion or deft and subtle implementation of samples. The title track is a gloriously ripe combination of both those elements as thick drums intertwine with the sumptuous waves of strings and warm chiming chords, everything worked into a rhythmic template that weaves with intoxicating energy. "Drama Around The Corner" makes for one of Andres' trademark neck snapping beatdown moments and the level of percussive detail that's apparent when you concentrate is stunning and is the charming almost brief interlude to the B Side magic. Commencing with a short, looped up jazzual intro, "Jazz Dance" swiftly settles into a stripped down procession of bumping drums, low reaching double bass and swift keys - all of which are intermittently complemented by some expertly looped vocal samples. Occupying most of the B Side, it feels like the track could reach into infinity without losing any charm. Rightly the 12" of the year for us and many others.
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Played by: DJ Red D (We Play House Recs), PsyTox (Coincidence, KozzMozz), Cez (Pop Your Funk), Girls Of The Internet, Gerd, Ennio Styles, Droog, Señorlobo (Lovemonk), La Fleur, Jimpster, Mukatsuku Records Chart, Red Rack'em/Hot Coins, Ryan Shaw (Eclectic Avenue Records), BLM, Joao Maria (Assemble Music), Burnski, Matt Long (FINA Records/mono_cult), DAVIS [BR], OdDio, Harvey K-Tel (Music For The People), Slothboogie, Miles Simpson, Ernie (Minuendo Recordings), Oscar Brown (Low Slung), Spiller, Rufus (Bosconi, Nighdrivers, Marmo), Jaffa Surfa, Owain Kimber (Owain K), Kiani and his Legion, Bad Passion Project, Kone-R (Uncharted Audio), Phillie P, RUSTAM OSPANOFF, Smoove, Vahagn (Paradise Valley), West Norwood Cassette Library, Rudy's Midnight Machine, Ksoul, Jitterbug (Uzuri / Metrolux), Colm K, Boy Oliver, Mehdi, MR. Scruff, Bantam Lions, Carlos Nilmmns, Charlie SoulClap, Thatmanmonkz (Shadeleaf Music), YAM WHO?, WOLF Music, Lay-Far, Paul Thornton (Dig Deep / Reboot), Humberto Matias, Los Charly's Orchestra, Scott K. [BOXmusic], Mark Graham (Contrast-Wax), Martin Haberland, JONNO & TOMMO, Diesler, Dan Curtin, SLG, Satore (Hizou Deep Rooted Music), Alkalino, Mike W - Kolour LTD, Jesus Gonsev, Danny Moodymanc, Dairmount (Room With A View), Jason Hodges, Marlow, Giant Cuts, Medlar, Riccio, Frank Booker, GWEN (SPACE BREAKS RECORDS), Eddie C, Four Walls, Nick Dunton, Nicholas, Bobby Pleasure, Killer Funk Records USA, Sam Irl, I Love Disco!, Richard Zepezauer (RZ-1), WEEKEND EXPRESS, Andrés Vegas, BICEP, Feodor AllRight & Elena Mechta, Scott Ferguson (Ferrispark Records), Deymare, Kai "KZR" Alcé, James Duncan, The Ivory Boy, Alexander Bradley, Michael McLardy, Nicola conte, Policy, Marcello Giordani, Sisterhood, Adryiano, Sccucci Manucci, Our Mutual Friend, Fantastic Man, Son Of Sound, Sean Innit, Estephe aka Revivra, Joe Montana, Ear Trumpet (The Weekend Soul), Djs: Most Charted - Deep House, Hakim Murphy, Heion, Rikki Humphrey, East Soul Person, Villa Savoye, KS French, Resident Advisor, Desos, Nasty Boy, Caseer, Dana Ruh, Cecil (artfuldivision), Khotin, Scottie Deep, Paul Withey / Sweetooth
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  1. Ma Spaventi - "The Gilbert Chain" (6:38)
  2. Sauvage World - "Soft Mechanics" (7:07)
  3. Franz Scala - "Cielo Alto" (6:07)
  4. 2000 - "Native Contemporary" (7:26)
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Cat: BEWITH 004TWELVE. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  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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Cat: PMG 072LP. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Boju Boju (6:12)
  2. Scott Angel (5:16)
  3. Where Is The Answer (6:57)
  4. Light My Fire (6:15)
  5. Make It True Love (4:59)
  6. No Place To Hide (6:22)
 in stock $24.12
  1. Ankle Injuries
  2. Collarbone
  3. Photocopier
  4. Conductor 71
  5. Transparent Things
  6. Sucker Punch
  7. In One Ear & Out The Other
  8. Cassettesingle
  9. Cylinders
  10. Reeboks In Heaven
  11. In
  12. Chichikov
  13. Paper Airplanes
  14. Sick & Tired
  15. Tic Tac Toe
  16. Out
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Cat: NANG 162. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Dreamachine (2:53)
  2. Everybody Freak Out (3:36)
  3. Softmachine (4:35)
  4. Like You Wanna Do (feat Vaarka) (3:47)
  5. Here Comes That Sound (4:44)
  6. Riot (4:00)
  7. Science Of The Beat (1:56)
  8. Music & Lies (4:03)
  9. No Chance To Dance (4:02)
  10. Perpetual Rise (2:41)
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Cat: PMG 093LP. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Love Is Gonna Pay (4:31)
  2. Being In Love Is Being Involved (4:34)
  3. You Look Without Seeing (4:35)
  4. Insure My Love (4:00)
  5. Boys & Girls (6:38)
  6. Closer Than Skin (4:47)
  7. Just Like Me (5:14)
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Cat: EVERLAND 004CD. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. April
  2. In & Out Of Love
  3. Shades Of September
  4. Disco Party
  5. Funk-A-Fried
  6. Tight-Rope
  7. Work It Out
 in stock $16.08
Wednesday 22 November 2017
Malik (7")
Cat: CORD 7004. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Malik (Difusion edit) (4:52)
  2. A Fool No Longer (4:56)
Review: Cordial has done a deal with short-lived jazz-funk combo Afrodisia to reissue their sought-after album, 1980's Elephant Sunrise, in 2018, with an album of previously unreleased recordings to follow. To whet our appetite, they've decided to release the never-before-heard "Malik", a brilliant chunk of jazz-funk/jazz-rock fusion that would have got jazz dancers hot under the collar had it appeared when it was originally recorded way back in 1982. On the B-side you'll find the similarly minded "A Fool No Longer", a dancefloor-focused chunk of blue-eyed soul that has previously only been available on obscure 1981 compilation album Rock Aus Der Alten Schule. Brilliant stuff all told.
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Played by: Roual Galloway
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Stay (12" repress)
Cat: DINER 002. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Stay (8:18)
  2. Venus Requiem (5:56)
Review: Having previously impressed on Argot and Home Taping Is Killing Music with her blends of evocative deep house and floor-friendly Chicago rhythms, The Black Madonna tries a different approach on this debut for the recently launched Night Owl Diner label. You could certainly describe both tracks as "Balearic", and there's a real air of wide-eyed positivity about the tumbling melodies, swirling synth-strings and mid-80s pop production of head-nodding deep house cut "Stay". It's pretty darn tasty, all told. Almost as good is "Requiem", which appears to be built around a loop lifted from Cherrelle and Alexander O'Neal's "Saturday Love" (with, of course, additional synths and tuneful electronics).
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Cat: DSR 013. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. What Is Your Sign? (6:54)
  2. I Wanted To Sing (5:32)
  3. Kiti Kiti-Yai Yai (5:48)
  4. Yasona (6:17)
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Cat: MEMU 001. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Dis Groove (6:46)
  2. Dancing Feet (6:10)
  3. Turn Me On (7:22)
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Tee Scott Unreleased V2 (limited 1-sided 12" repress)
Cat: EDITDUB 5. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Tamiko Jones - "Can't Dub Without Your Love" (6:18)
  2. Sharon Jones - "Tonight's Dub Night" (4:31)
  3. Damon Harris - "It's Dub Music" (5:31)
Review: It's the fifth edition of Japan's Edit & Dub Recordings, and already we're feeling the love in the air. This wondrous little imprint is providing us with some truly fine beats recently and, whether it's disco or anything dub-related, they've got that sleek touch to kill. Tamiko Jones' wonderful disco sensation gets a re-lick and is renamed "Can't Dub Without Your Love", while Sharon Jones' own party-ready slinger is dubbed "Tonight's Dub Night". Last but not least, Damon Harris lights up the scene with the rolling, bubbling boogie bass of "It's Dub Music", a tune that has the potential to take you right back to '79...
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  1. Grey & Hanks - "Dancin Disco Dub" (unreleased Disco dub) (7:28)
  2. Bernard Wright - "Master Rocker" (unreleased Disco dub) (6:01)
  3. Melba Moore - "Let's Dub Together" (unreleased Disco dub) (5:18)
  4. Giorgio Moroder - "Valley Of The Dolls" (unreleased Disco dub) (8:34)
Review: Since launching at the tail end of 2015, Tokyo's Edit & Dub Recordings has released a string of rare and previously unheard remixes/re-edits from disco titans. There's further evidence of it here on their seventh edition of respectful edits. Grey & Hanks "Dancin Disco Dub" (unreleased Disco dub) is classic, NYC circa '70s style disco of the timeless variety. Late night mood lighting comes courtesy of of Bernard Wright's deep disco moment "Master Rocker" (unreleased Disco dub) which features a familiar and often sampled hook. On the flip, neon-lit disco funk galore courtesy of legendary American singer Melba Moore on the ultra uplifting "Let's Dub Together" (unreleased Disco dub) and to top things off on this fabulous release: we have the master himself - the one and only Giorgio Moroder with a yes you guessed it 'unreleased Disco dub' of the classic "Valley Of The Dolls".
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  1. Shit Hot Soundsystem - "Kannushi" (5:41)
  2. Ziggy Phunk - "One Way Street" (6:27)
  3. Sean Innit - "Tepumashin No Dabumikkusu #1" (6:30)
  4. Yam Who? - "Mono Drive" (5:18)
Played by: Masterworks Music
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Kayto (2xLP repress)
Cat: INTLP 005. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Rockin Rascal
  2. Swamp Milk Jen
  3. Grace
  4. Weather
  5. Coney Island
  6. Theme
  7. Kosilica Bazen I Kosa
Review: Internasjonal's refreshingly worldwide focus continues apace here with a comprehensive label debut from Belgrade-based musician and producer Nenad Markovic. Despite high profile names like Mark E, Hunee and Mano Le Tough appearing on the label, Internasjonal has largely been a platform for unheralded talent to shine and Markovic certainly does that with Kayto. This seven track album presents the eminently talented Croatian to have a true mastery of his instruments and a production style that is effortlessly contemporary in it's approach to disco. The bugged out jazz house of "Theme" and the Balearically inclined "Weather" are standouts on a fine debut release.
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Outatime (LP limited to 300 copies)
Cat: MCFK5 001. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Sometimes You Win (5:35)
  2. Come On (5:37)
  3. Hypnotized (6:44)
  4. Day & Night (5:57)
  5. Feel So Real (6:26)
  6. Everybody (5:59)
 in stock $24.12
Tuesday 21 November 2017
Casino Edits 4 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: CASINO 004. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Track 1 (8:06)
  2. Track 2 (5:51)
  3. Track 3 (4:40)
Review: This one isn't even a gamble; Spencer and Church let rip with their fourth EP and it's a first class trip for all card carrying dancefloor space cadets. "Track 1" is a subliminal cut straight into the heart of the cosmic sun. Restrained and unhurried at a cool eight minutes, it's an instant soul-melting weapon. "Track 2" takes us down much spacier, sultry bluesy route while "Track 3" sends us off around the stars for one last glittering hurrah 80s-style. Place your bets please...
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Nite (reissue) (gatefold transparent blue vinyl 12")
Cat: IDIB 056. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Nite (5:50)
  2. Glass Slipper (7:19)
  3. Birds Of Prey (1:31)
  4. Sleepwalker (4:22)
  5. City Beds (5:34)
  6. Nite (instrumental) (4:22)
 in stock $26.06
I Always Say Yes (gatefold 180 gram purple vinyl 12")
Cat: IDIB 055. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. I Always Say Yes (7:39)
  2. Drumm (7:34)
  3. Where Time Is Still (4:10)
  4. City Lights (4:56)
  5. The Chameleon (6:04)
  6. Sanctuary (4:58)
Review: Say yes! The definitive gossamer Italo floor fuel of Ida No and Johnny Jewel's Glass Candy outfit enjoys an expanded reissue here on sexy lavender vinyl after over a decade out of print. Nothing but synthetic positivity as both the title track and "Drumm" stride with an almost marching feel before "Where Time Sits Still" plunges much deeper into moody new romantic cinematics. Elsewhere other highlights include the slinky poignancy that lingers from every spacious bass pluck on "City Lights" and the trembling ambience and pressurised atmosphere of the finale "Sanctuary". Yes please.
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RDY #42 (12")
Cat: RDY 42. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Mass Production - "Welcome To Our World (Of Merry Music)" (7:31)
  2. Ron Hardy - "Cosmic Lady" (5:34)
  3. Willie Hutch - "Foxy Lady" (4:01)
Review: The Ron Hardy edits and specials just keep on flowing. Here the theme is kept vibrant and wholly focused on disco funk feels as we're treated to three extensions from the late 70s; Mass Production's debut from 76 "Welcome To Our World" is a warm and energetic cut that digs right into the heart of the dance, Tony Silvester's "Cosmic Lady" is taken up a gear with full attention on the instrumental sections while Willie Hutch's "Foxy Lady" retains full smoke and allure. Hardy knew how to pick them.
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Vince (12")
Cat: GAMM 119. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Vince (Al Kent edit) (8:49)
  2. Esther (Al Kent edit) (7:18)
Review: Hot on the heels of his fittingly titled "So Good" EP on G.A.M.M earlier this year Al Kent returns with a very neat double-A that ticks all the right disco boxes. "Vince" pays respect to Montana with a total dance fantasy, polished and weighted perfectly for today's floors. "Esther" pays equally emphatic dues to the good lady Phillips with a thumping, unabashed twist on "Boy, I Really I Tied One On". Homages don't come with much more respect and craft than these.
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Played by: Masterworks Music
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Proto (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: CR 002. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Why You Gotta? (5:26)
  2. Pineapple Island (5:37)
  3. Space Strut (5:35)
Review: Longstanding Toronto selector Raf makes the big transition to wax with this stunning debut 12" on Cosmic Resonance. Three tracks of groove gold, they capture his deep groove spirit and passion for the dance. "Why You Gotta?" licks with just little Latin tickle before bumping out a plump bassline juicy enough to make Bootsy blush. "Pineapple Island" is more of a slinky synth-laden proto house workout while "Space Strut" defies gravity with its sparse, electro funk. Full focus on the bassline, hold on tight for the entire trip...
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Cat: SPYEDITS 02. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Together (Love & Happiness Unouzbeck edit) (7:32)
  2. Victorius (Unouzbeck edit) (6:20)
  3. Think A Problem (Unouzbeck edit) (8:43)
Review: The second Spy in the house of love; mystery-solving edit dealing Frenchman Unouzbeck lets rip with three more of his delectable signature undercover extensions. "Together" gets its stomp on with one of the best female voices in soul. Unity guaranteed. "Victorius" is all about the jazz funk drama with ripples and ripples of beautiful keys and an energy that shines in every element. Last but not least we finger pop our way into the sunset with the most heart-warming, emotional blend of the mission. Case closed.
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Played by: Admin
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Cat: IDIB 056CD. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Nite
  2. Glass Slipper
  3. Birds Of Prey
  4. Sleepwalker
  5. City Beds
  6. Nite (instrumental)
  7. Nite (vocal dub)
Review: When "Nite" first appeared way back in 2006, Chromatics had yet to release their breakthrough album, Night Drive. Since then, the Johnny Jewel-helmed combo has gone on to bigger and better things, with each successive album bringing a fresh wave of success. As this reissue neatly proves, their sound was a little different back then. While there are nods towards their later soundtrack-inspired sound (see "Birds of Prey" and "Sleepwalker"), much of the mini-album is split equally between fuzzy, guitar-heavy art-rock workouts and, more thrillingly, the kind of thrusting, muscular Italo-disco revivalism that Mike Simonetti's Italians Do It Better imprint once excelled at delivering.
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Cat: IDIB 055 CD. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. I Always Say Yes
  2. I Always Say Yes (Drumm)
  3. I Always Say Yes (reprise)
  4. City Lights
  5. The Chameleon
  6. Sanctuary
  7. Reprise (instrumental)
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Monday 20 November 2017
All That Funk! (7" in hand-stamped sleeve limited to 300 copies repress)
Cat: BBRG 002. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. All That Funk! (3:20)
  2. Calling The Jams (3:22)
 in stock $9.97
Labour Of Love EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HOMAGE 002. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. See You When I Git My Heart Broken
  2. Please Don’t
  3. Tres Racas
  4. Big Man
Review: The second release on Homage comes from Chevals, and once again the vibe is quintessential deep house infused with more than a little soul stew. "See You When I Git My Heart Broken" has funk licks aplenty to keep the party popping, while "Please Don't" sees that as some kind of challenge to up the ante with even more sassy samples and sizzling strings. "Tres Racas" finds the Chevals getting a little more choppy in the drum department, and then "Big Man" finishes the EP off with a raucous African atmosphere to set the club alight.
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Cat: WS 021. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Andata
  2. Ritorno
  3. Ritorno (Rodion remix)
  4. Andata (Timothy Heretic Clerkin remix)
Review: Italian duo Concret are the latest signings to Wonder Stories, following up previous releases for Toy Tonics and others to make their debut appearance on vinyl. The crisply produced, modern originals sit somewhere in between disco-infused house music and bombastic electronica in the Moderat vein, while the remixes throw a few more stylistic twists into the mix. Rodion brings a bold, bleepy analogue vibe to his version of "Ritorno", while Timothy Heretic Clerkin gets a little acidic in his revision of "Andata", rounding out a strong EP of maximal dance music for the modern age.
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Cat: C 002. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Head Rejection
  2. Witzelsutch
  3. Creepy PC
  4. Head Rejection (Boot & Tax remix)
Review: After kicking off with a strong various artists release, Mexican label Calypso Records returns to showcase the talents of Argentine producer Thomass Jackson, who has previously been spotted on Gomma amongst other labels. "Head Rejection" takes on a ghoulish 1970s vibe that sports a little schlocky horror and a little spaghetti western in its discoid grooves, while "Witzelsutch" feels equally vintage but with a more cosmic lilt to its oddball tones. "Creepy PC" gets more of that noirish goodness lurking around the mix, and then Boot & Tax come on board to remix "Head Rejection" with a heads-down tribal patter that keeps the atmosphere of the original intact.
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Summer Time (7" repress)
Cat: GSC45 001. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Summer Time (edit) (3:36)
  2. Punk Funk (edit) (4:01)
Review: BlackCash & Theo dust off two pairs of gloves... First their crate digging gloves to unearth Thrust, the one-off album Ohio duo McNeal & Niles recorded in 1979, then they dust off their editing gloves for two immaculate extensions. If you enjoy anything on Claremont (especially Paqua) then you'll be all over these cosmic instrumentals - notably the soft harmonies on "Summer Time" and the endless, star-gazing guitar twangs of "Punk Funk. You may recognise a few samples here, too... Madlib and Motor City Drum Ensemble are two of many who've enjoyed the fine hooks of Mc Neal & Niles.
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Homesick #6 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HMSK 006. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. Apocalypse Now (edit)
  2. African Temperament (SSR edit)
  3. Summer Madness (SSR edit 4YR)
  4. Gik Gwong Zung (MH edit)
Review: Helmed by a crew of ex-pats in Hong Kong craving the musical stimulation of their birthplaces, Homesick is a celebration of the nostalgia and passion at the root of all musical experience, as channeled through seriously on-point disco edits. After choice turns from General Ludd, Marquis Hawkes and others, this various artists 12" brings back former guests in an implied fashion for more of that worldly, adventurous boogie business. "Apocalypse Now" simmers with unresolved tension, tart drums and gnarled synth lines, while "African Temperament" lets the percussion tumble in a cavernous space. "Summer Madness" is a simmering, drum led version of KC Flightt's classic, and then "Gik Gwong Zung" pings the record off into cosmic synth disco territory for a perfect finishing move.
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