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Screamers Bangers & Cosmic Synths Vol II (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code repress)
Cat: TTLP 05. Rel: 08 Nov 19
  1. Tecumsay Roberts - "It Makes Me Dance & Sing" (5:44)
  2. Monad & The Electrons - "Foam Song" (4:00)
  3. Geri Baird - "Backside Of The Desert" (3:52)
  4. Road Runners - "Pretty Me" (2:08)
  5. Bush Telegraph - "Lazy Day" (3:16)
  6. Ocean - "The Jesus Pill" (1:55)
  7. Enzo Del Re - "Il Banditore" (4:07)
  8. Commy Bassey - "We Want Togetherness" (4:37)
  9. Sunny Boy - "Love Affair" (3:39)
  10. The Weeden Family Singers - "In The Kingdom Of The Lord" (3:59)
  11. Mike Slaughter - "In Time" (4:36)
  12. Lotte Kaersa - "Prov Og Gor Li'Som Jeg" (2:56)
  13. Trio Ternura - "A Gira" (3:04)
Review: Compiled by Scottish crate digger Stephen Marshall , Screamers, Bangers and Cosmic Synths was arguably one of 2017's most entertaining and eye-opening compilations. Happily, we can report that this sequel is every bit as good. Highlights come thick and fast from the word go, from the bouncy, Moog-laden reggae-funk of Tecumsay Roberts' "It Makes Me Dance and Sing" and the intoxicating, dub disco-influenced AOR bounce of Geri Baird's "Backside of the Desert", to the percussive voodoo of Enzo Del Re's "Il Banditore" and the low-slung, lo-fi synth-funk oddness of Sunny Boy's delightfully quirky "Love Affair". Oh, and the left-of-central gospel-funk of The Weeden Family Singers' "In The Kingdom of the Lord", which is strangely magnificent. In other words, it's another fine collection of dusty cuts you've never heard of. What's not to like?
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Real EP (12")
Cat: CARDIOLOGY 01. Rel: 04 Nov 19
  1. The Fantasy (5:46)
  2. No You Don't (6:12)
  3. No Speed Limit (5:54)
  4. Strictly Real (5:50)
Review: Coming from the Constant Black family but distinctly committed to the evergreen sound of disco, Cardiology is a label committed to club music with heart and soul. First up on this label is Earl, who wastes no time in setting the mood with "The Fantasy", a tastefully funked up house joint with French Touch leanings. "No You Don't" brings the disco to the fore even more, but not at the expense of hard-pumping beats and a killer diva lick or two. "No Speed Limit" is tough and pounding, which makes the sliced up samples dig in all the deeper - you could totally imagine DJ Bone juggling this one to death. "Strictly Real" takes things even further with a spaced out breakbeat speckled bumper lavished with gorgeous string shots - a curious blend that works like a dream.
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WYBES (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: DB 002. Rel: 06 Nov 19
  1. WYBES (9:37)
  2. E (5:08)
  3. Stevie (2:59)
Review: Daniel "Red Rack'em" Berman, has been on a real roll in the last few years. He's found a sweet spot between house and disco that layers up functional loops with party starting samples and is designed to work floors into a frenzy. He does that once more here with the slightly drunken disco stomper of "WYBES" which will have you waving your hands like you just don't care. If the a-side soundtracks a raucous Christmas party, the flip is more heady thanks to the melodic house subtleties of "E" and slowmo funk and squelchy bass of "Stevie".
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DSB
Cat: DSB 001. Rel: 06 Nov 19
  1. Superdiesel - "Ticket Naar De Zon" (8:40)
  2. Perdu - "Tribal Voices" (5:05)
  3. Perdu - "Yesterday's Tomorrow" (6:46)
Review: Welcome to the first release on a brand new disco label that kicks off with an EP featuring a remix from Scandi disco king Prins Thomas and fast rising Amsterdam talent Perdu. Thomas goes first, layering in his trademark grooves and joyful synths in a charming remix of Superdiesel's "Ticket Naar De Zon", while Perdu gets old school and afro tinged with his fine mix of organic drums, vocals and synthetic textures on "Tribal Voices" before closing out with "Yesterday's Tomorrow", a darker and more driving disco beat that's built on nice bulky drums.
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Anna Melara EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LIH 037. Rel: 04 Nov 19
  1. Feel Yo (4:09)
  2. Where They're From (4:33)
  3. Want You (5:14)
  4. Get Over (5:26)
Review: German percussionist Kolja Gerstenberg makes no attempt to hide his love for the drums on this razor sharp drop for Lumberjacks In Hell, building on his previous outings on Suol and Smile For A While. The drums are sizzling hot on "Feel Yo", tastefully overdriven and embellished with some MPC-style sample juggling that should satisfy those who like their house tracks hot as Dante's inferno. "Where They're From" is no slouch either, keeping the pressure up with a liberal dose of soul poured in for good measure. The keys and live bass on "Want You" add to the feverish mood, and then "Get Over" sends things spiraling out on a Latin-spiced cosmic journey.
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Dis Go In Ya Pipe (180 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: KGLP 001. Rel: 04 Nov 19
  1. Open Bar (6:43)
  2. Revolver (4:58)
  3. Doh! (6:44)
  4. Looky Looky (6:43)
  5. Don't Fight It (9:03)
  6. Waiter! (4:03)
  7. Change (5:49)
  8. TFI (8:03)
Review: Try as he might, Ray Mang can't hide behind an anagram as he drops this, his first LP in 10 years breaking in new imprint Keeps Going. While he's regularly dropping dancefloor gold in the disco-edit sphere, this record gives our man the chance to explore some more expansive sounds without losing that all important sense of groove. Take the dusty deep south boogie of "Revolver" or the shuffling, subliminal jazz funk delights of "Doh!" - these are jams that reach far beyond obvious dancefloor genres but they're rich in groove. As the saying goes, buy the ticket, take the ride and let Any Gram take you somewhere new.


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Play With Me (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: ATH 080. Rel: 07 Nov 19
  1. Play With Me (4:22)
  2. In Action (4:16)
Review: Athens Of The North hitting us with big fat juicy slap bass feels right here as an ultra-rare joint from Miami's Frank Cornelius and Gary King aka Myth comes our way. "Play With Me" comes live and direct from 1985 and you can tell in every direction. The production is fat and roomy and the boogie flavours are off the Scoville scale. Meanwhile on the B we have the duo's first single "In Action". Equally funky, salubrious and widescreen but with a little more vocal action, it's another boogie triumph from the Scottish reissue kings.
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All For You (reissue) (LP in spot-varnished sleeve) (1 per customer)
Cat: LKU 065. Rel: 07 Nov 19
  1. You're Everything To Me (4:14)
  2. I Don't Wanna Hear It (3:53)
  3. I'm Your Everything Man (4:50)
  4. Ask Me No Questions (I'll Tell You No Lies) (3:15)
  5. Of The Lites (3:10)
  6. All For You (4:31)
  7. Tell Me Your Name (4:39)
  8. Our Time Has Come (5:54)
  9. Desert Wind (4:48)
Review: Destination: Syracuse New York. After five years on the live circuit, Crac's troupe of musicians created their one and only record and self-released it in 1980. Super smooth in its delivery, broad in its style and detailed with rich harmonies, soothing instrumentation and a yacht-meets-rare-groove sense of calm and warmth, it's been a cult release ever since fetching triple figures on auction sites... until now. Sitting somewhere between the classic sounds of the Doobie Brothers and the more contemporary sun-kissed charm of Paqua, there's a timelessness to this that will last another 40 years and beyond.
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Hamam House 4 (12" repress)
Cat: HAMAMHOUSE 04. Rel: 05 Nov 19
  1. Turkish Delight (7:17)
  2. Disco Boulette (6:36)
  3. Marmaris (7:42)
  4. Berka Beat (5:48)
Review: Gassed up on the most cosmic of eastern sweets, N Gynn got our motors running with this immense four-tracker before the summer. It's been so well received this is the second run and it still sounds just as delicious. Each cut packing bulbous basslines, all polished up with rich mystic sheens, we kick off with the technicolour whirligig that is "Turkish Delight" where things get juicier and juicier the more the bassline cuts through. The same can be said for "Disco Boulette" where the groove takes even more of a cosmic turn. Flip for more rhythm based tracks as "Marmaris" layers up the drum machines amid the dusky textures and "Berka Beat" goes all out acid b-boy. Delightful.
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Riflessi (12")
Cat: MMD 007. Rel: 04 Nov 19
  1. Non Me Lo So Spiegare (5:27)
  2. Rolandia (In The Night mix) (8:00)
  3. Se Ritornerai (Vocoder version) (9:37)
Review: Three cosmic disco charmers from Italian stallion Giordani (who you may recognise as one half of Marvin & Guy). "Non Me Lo So Spiegare" is a pulsating piece of instrumental emotive laced with a striking synth riff while the other two tracks let the vocoder take the lead. "Rolandia" paints a lamenting vocal over an insistent arpeggio while "Se Ritornerai" takes us deep into synthwave territory. Pristine synths, emotional vocals and great moments of space, it's an epic finale to an exceptional EP.
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Played by: Neil Diablo
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  1. Pasteur Lappe - "Na Real Sekele Fo Ya" (Shan version) (6:25)
  2. Pasteur Lappe - "Na Real Sekele Fo Ya" (6:17)
  3. Jo Bisso - "The Mistery With Me" (Glowing Palms edit) (6:52)
  4. Charly Kingson - "Manyaka" (Shan dub) (5:09)
Review: A mixed bag of groove goodies from Africa Seven on their ever-funky edit series. First up is one of Cameroon's funkiest exports, Pasteur Lappe, whose cosmically charged 1979 Disques Esperance release "Na Real Sekele Fo Ya" gets a cheeky re-jig from Shan. Flip for a powerful soul twist from Glowing Palms as they get busy on the bassline and middle eight section of another Disques Esprance artist Jo Bisso. Finally, Shan closes the show with another floor-focused edit, this time of Charly Kingson's "Manyaka". Soulful, strident and jacked up by Shan's new arrangement, this will have your dancefloor swooning from the off.
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Played by: Superbreak
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Cat: GAMM 141. Rel: 05 Nov 19
  1. Blame It On The Groove (2:45)
  2. San Francisco (3:41)
Review: Swedish contemporary groovesmiths Pomona Dream return with their first prominent release since their debut album "Rainbow Milk". Coming on strong on the mighty G.A.M.M, "Blame It On The Groove" sits somewhere between deep house and classic disco thanks to some belting strings and handclaps midway. "San Francisco" on the flip takes us deeper into the dance as a fully electronic piece with strutting synths, skippy beats and trippy textures running in parallel with Sandra Bang's smoky vocals. Live the dream.
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Cat: EF 004. Rel: 13 Nov 19
  1. Beardomania (5:36)
  2. SDR (6:07)
  3. Philly Perc (3:39)
Review: Leonid Lipelis is a Moscow based producer with a deadly instinct for smouldering disco grooves. His freakiest material though tends to emerge under his Beard In Dust alias, with previous outings on Whiskey Disco and Bahnsteig 23 all essential for the outsider boogie fraternity. He's got his game tighter than ever on this new joint for Edits From, leading in with the bass-tastic slow burn of "Beardomania", rocking a b-line you know you've jammed to before, but never so stripped back. "SDR" is a sassier affair that plays with a killer cover of an Ian Dury classic, while "Philly Perc" brings you dubbed out disco drums to die for.
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Funk Wit Me (Record Store Day 2019) (12" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: ED 026. Rel: 13 Nov 19
  1. The Need Inside (6:18)
  2. Dat Funk (4:58)
  3. Lemonade (3:54)
  4. Layover Blues (6:24)
  5. Layover Blues (Nebraska remix) (5:50)
Review: Given their contributions to the label over the years, it's perhaps fitting that Editorial's special Record Store Day release comes from experienced re-editors and bespoke mash-up merchants Ed Wizard and Disco Double Dee. There's plenty of floor-friendly fire to be found lurking on the EP, from the pumped-up, electrofunk-era disco-funk bounce of "The Need Inside", to the solo-laden funk shuffle of sax-laden groover "Dat Funk" and hip-hop tempo heaviness of "Lemonade", whose dusty breakbeats will delight hip-hop DJs. The undoubted highlight, though, is the organ-sporting peak-time chug of "Layover Blues", which is also given a dazzling, funk-fuelled house makeover by sometime Mr Saturday Night label contributor Nebraska.
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Dessert Island Discs 020 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DID 020. Rel: 11 Nov 19
  1. James Curd - "Get With It Or Get Out" (7:51)
  2. Def Juff - "Wild Side" (6:40)
  3. Dj Cinfit - "Mud Wind" (6:36)
  4. Bob - "Strangers Make Better Friends" (6:25)
Review: The Dessert Island Discs stable are back with another four slices of disco manna to suit all palettes. James Curd is up first with the saucy guitar licks and sultry grooves of "Get With It Or Get Out", while Def Juff brings a breezy summer mood to a perennial classic on their version of "Wild Side". DJ Cinfit has cooked up a particularly potent broth of looped and funked up party juice with the utterly feel-good "Mud Wind", and then Bob cruises in with the slick Rhodes and velvety bass of "Strangers Make Better Friends". It's a four-pronged hit of tasteful, universal tones made to soundtrack the best of times.
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Dancing (12")
Cat: ERZ 006. Rel: 15 Nov 19
  1. Dancing Mix (5:28)
  2. Dancing Tab (5:19)
Review: It might be getting ever colder and darker, but Erezioni are intent on keeping your mind and soul firmly entrenched in summer. This time around they do so with a reissue of a chilled out Italo disco masterpiece from 1984 by La Troupe. Fully remastered from the original tapes, the tracks glint and glisten like sun rays on a shimmering Mediterranean Sea. "Dancing Mix" is a mid tempo chugger with skyward arps and celestial chords washing over you to gorgeous effect, while "Dancing Tab" is slowed down a little, with vocal harmonies bringing subtle but spine tingling joyousness as the long legged beats take you on a trip.
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1983 (Ron Basejam Remix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: IIB 054. Rel: 11 Nov 19
  1. 1983 (7:37)
  2. 1983 (Ron Basejam remix) (7:39)
Review: Often found cruising around on Music For Dreams, Bonnie & Klein sidle up to Is It Balearic? with the appropriately smooth sounds of 1983. Taking the concept of island boogie to a blissed-out, peak ideal, "1983" answers the record label question with a resounding 'yes' - this is as Balearic as it gets. Shaking up the sundown sweetness of the original, Ron Basejam is on hand deliver a remix that should get plenty of dancefloors working hard. It's still steeped in vintage sounds, but Basejam's version piles on the funk and rides a fierce disco beat to ensure the record lands in legions of record bags, as it quite rightly should.
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Played by: 80's Child, BALEARIC
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  1. Thomass Jackson - "Urzsula" (5:41)
  2. Simple Symmetry & Inigo Vontier - "Prayer To The Spiritual" (7:05)
  3. Facets - "Distant Chants" (6:37)
  4. Marvin & Guy - "There's No Matter" (6:38)
Review: The latest joint on Mexican label Calypso brings together a whole host of talented operators tweaking out the traditional structures of house. Thomass Jackson is first up with the loose and freaky robo-disco roll of "Urzsula", a delightfully wild trip through clanging metal pings and wobbles strapped to a solid groove. Simple Symmetry and Inigo Vontier sound more direct with the stomping "Prayer To The Spiritual", although there's also a mystical charge in the track aimed at sending the dancefloor skywards. Facets gets low down and dirty with "Distant Chants" and Marvin & Guy cut up some serious funk for "There's No Matter", completing a set full of curveball club tracks to make heads turn.
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Cat: SJRLP 449. Rel: 22 Nov 19
  1. LEO - "Fee Fi Fo Fum" (3:59)
  2. The Sonarphonic - "Super Breaker" (4:24)
  3. Santiago - "Bionic Funk" (4:10)
  4. Frank Cornilius - "Computer Games" (4:52)
  5. JUJU & The Space Rangers - "Plastic" (4:46)
  6. Jamie Jupitor - "Computer Power" (7:01)
  7. Solaris - "Space Invaders" (3:36)
  8. Copperfield - "Make It Good To Me Baby" (3:27)
  9. Ernest Flippin II - "Supersonic Space Lady" (4:15)
  10. Funk Machine - "Funk Machine" (4:06)
  11. Ramsey 2C-3D - "Fly Guy & The Unemployed" (7:57)
  12. Ose - "Computer Funk" (6:31)
  13. Below Zero Band - "Seven (We Are)" (5:18)
  14. Rodney Stepp - "Break-Out" (5:48)
Review: While much turn-of-the-80s electro-funk was inherently futuristic in tone, the music gathered together on Soul Jazz's latest compilation, "Space Funk", is particularly intergalactic. The venerable London label has searched in particular for cuts from obscure independent labels that bear all the hallmarks of "Afro-futurism" - a musical and cultural movement that would later inspire the birth of techno in Detroit. The quality of the material remains dizzyingly high throughout, with our picks including the bleeping, slap-bass-propelled brilliance of Frank Cornilius' "Computer Games", Egyptian Lover/Jamie Jupitor's signature electro style on "Computer Power", the starry jazz-funk of Ernest Flippin II's "Supersonic Space Lady" and the guitar-laden P-funk strut of Below Zero Band's "Seven (We Are)".
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Cyclia One (12")
Cat: RB 0861. Rel: 20 Nov 19
  1. Entre Nous (6:47)
  2. Autobahn (6:53)
  3. I'll Be There When You Need Me (7:26)
  4. Gambino (5:34)
Review: Since first pitching up on Running Back a year or two back, Dec Lennon AKA Krystal Klear has delivered some of his strongest music to date, including a string of peak-time anthems ("Neutron Dance, "Euphoric Dreams" etc). His latest EP for Gerd Janson's label is similarly strong. Check first the trance-influenced, synth-laden throb of "Entre Nous", where big room piano riffs help raise the track to hands-in-the-air anthem status, before admiring the new beat and EBM influenced neo-trance workout "Autobahn". "I'll Be There When You Need Me" is one of Lennon's most saucer-eyed and loved-up tunes to date - all warm waves of synthesizer bliss and decidedly Balearic melodies - while "Gambino" is a cheery skip through 1980s NYC freestyle territory with added Mylo style riffs.
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Cat: GSC 106. Rel: 18 Nov 19
  1. Sparkle (5:48)
  2. Star (7:17)
  3. Funke Worm (remix) (4:16)
  4. Hydraulic (remix) (4:48)
Review: For their latest batch of must-have reworks, Galaxy Sound Company welcomes back Starmachine AKA Marshall Applewhite, a scalpel fiend who last appeared on the hush-hush imprint back in 2016. This time round he begins with "Sparkle", a bouncy, disco-house style revision of an obscure late 1970s disco gem, before going deeper into a fuzzy disco-funk groove on loopy workout "Star". Over on the flip, "Funke Worm" layers high register analogue synth solos over a chunky peak-time groove, while "Hydraulic (Remix)" whacks a suitably bumpin' house beat below a P-Funk Allstars cut that never gets old.
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Cruise Music Vinyl Jams Vol 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CM 001. Rel: 18 Nov 19
  1. Mark Funk, Danny Cruz - "Superlovin" (5:20)
  2. Mirko & Meex - "That's The Way" (5:53)
Review: Cruise Music make the leap from digital to vinyl with this two tracker, selecting some of the finest tracks from the label's catalogue and giving it an outing on wax. First up label bosses Mark Funk and Danny Cruz drop their full fat and fabulous disco house stomper "Superlovin", which is built for explosions of feel-good energy. On the flip, Mirko & Meex offer up "That's The Way", a bittersweet deep house groover that tugs at the heart strings while making you move, like the best club tracks should.
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Cat: BST X069. Rel: 18 Nov 19
  1. Marcia Di Kioto (4:26)
  2. Harem (3:53)
  3. Uffici Del 126 Piano (4:31)
  4. Russian Tea Room (4:10)
  5. Plaza Tonal (3:21)
  6. Fine Novecento (3:47)
  7. Club Mediterranee (3:48)
  8. Comunicazioni Interne (4:13)
Review: Best present Francesco Messina's 1983 debut LP, produced by Franco Battiato. It's a serious listen steeped in high drama and bombast, rendered in plush studio veneer and the era's finest electronic technology. At the heart is classic Italian songwriting, all melodramatic opera interjections and swooning instrumental refrains, but you can hear the magic touch given by epoch-defining tools like the Fairlight CMI and EMU Emulator, sending these bold compositions into celestial spaces. It's very much of its time, and that's precisely why we love it.
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Cat: FVR150 LP. Rel: 21 Nov 19
  1. Dwight Druick - "Georgy Porgy" (Disco version) (5:44)
  2. Marco Attali - "J'ai Pris Une Claque" (unreleased) (3:24)
  3. Serge Delisle - "Germaine" (remix) (6:28)
  4. Wai Kop - "Lola" (3:51)
  5. Chris O'Hara - "Sur Les Coussins De La Discotheque" (5:27)
  6. Acayouman - "Funk Around" (6:21)
  7. Djeneba - "Better Day" (Hard Soul mix) (5:28)
  8. David Simon - "Transistor" (instrumental) (5:14)
  9. Marco Attali - "La Releve Du Matin" (instrumental) (4:27)
  10. Shen Et Les Shendys - "Je Ne Suis Que Musique" (3:50)
  11. Eric Chotteau - "Affirmatif-Negatif" (4:20)
  12. Cyrill - "Night Ghetto" (2:57)
  13. Aries - "Braziliana" (3:54)
Review: As he has done three times before, Gallic crate digger Charles Maurice has dipped into his vast record collection and offered up a killer selection of French disco-boogie sounds. The 13 assembled tracks are mostly obscure and uniformly superb, making picking individual highlights an infuriatingly tricky task. Our favourites change daily, but we're currently enjoying the tropical disco brilliance of Dwight Druick's cover of "Georgy Peorgy (Disco Version)", the synth-sporting electrofunk cheeriness of Serge Delisle's "Germaine (Remix)", the thrusting P-funk hustle of Acayouman's "Funk Around" and the near Balearic warmth of "Braziliana" by Aries. As the old expression (sort of) goes, Maurice has once again delivered all killer and no filler.
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Cat: BST X070. Rel: 18 Nov 19
  1. Love On The Rocks (5:23)
  2. Nineteen Ninety Three (5:04)
Review: Here comes the Best train with a payload of disco delights from the depths of time, and this is one trip you don't want to miss. "Il Veliero" is a club classic immortalized in so many great versions, from Lucio Battisti's original version to the epic cover by The Chaplin Band, but here's LAMA's English language version "Love On The Rocks" from 1983, which gives the infectious melancholy an electro injection. On the flip things take a more ominous turn with the gothic Italo tint of "Nineteen Ninety Three" - camp and dark hearted in equal measure, and utterly magnificent.
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Played by: Kenneth bager
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NOEDIT 001 (12" repress)
Cat: NOEDIT 001. Rel: 21 Nov 19
  1. Alisha All Night Passion (edit) (7:38)
  2. Company B Fascinated (edit) (8:14)
  3. Sleeper In The Metropolis (edit) (6:31)
  4. Deee-Lite What Is Love (edit) (5:27)
Review: This new edit series is the work of Nocturne label bass Jordan McCuaig, a producer best-known for releasing solid EPs of original music on Made Fresh Daily, Twin Turbo, Loose Fit and Extended Play. It's a pretty hot collection of cuts, all told. McCuaig begins by brilliantly chopping up Alisha's NYC freestyle jam "All Night Passion", before popping a pill, whipping off his shirt and bounding through a version of Company B's throbbing "Fascinated". Over on side B, Anne Clark's wavy, freestyle-era anthem "Sleeper In The Metropolis" gets chopped and looped, while Deee-Lite's sleazy and sometimes overlooked "What Is Love" is rearranged to add extra impetus to the track's famous organ riffs.
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Played by: Coeo
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Cat: AR 004. Rel: 18 Nov 19
  1. I Love My House (6:46)
  2. You Have Time (3:48)
  3. Made In China (unreleased) (4:51)
  4. You Have Time (Camille's Deal) (7:16)
  5. You Have Time (Kai Alce NDATL interpretation) (6:39)
Review: Adeen continues to chat an intriguing path through dance music that nods to past masters as much as the new breed, this time celebrating the styles of Italo maestro Alexander Robotnick. The EP of new material kicks off with "I Love My House", a bouncy acid burner built for prime time good times, before launching straight into the more stripped back tension of "You Have Time". "Made In China" has a more vintage feel to it, harking back to the early days of Robotnick's career in killer Italo style. On the flip we're treated to some seriously on point remixes - one from Camille and one from Kai Alce, who both deliver superlative contemporary funk ups of the original.



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Sloppy Spice (1-sided stamped 12")
Cat: SLOP 001. Rel: 20 Nov 19
  1. Track 1 (9:15)
Review: Some single sided mystery here, as the artist known only as "PS" offers up nine minutes of "Sloppy Spice". If you're wondering what that means in practice, it's a bouncy fusion of weighty sub-bass, beats that sit somewhere between Ed Banger and 4/4 UK garage, jumpy Breakbot synth stabs, bubbly nu-disco melodies and choice vocal samples from vintage Spice Girls records. While that may sound messy, the resultant track certainly isn't; instead, it sounds like a loose-limbed peak-time anthem in waiting for DJs who aren't afraid to drop cuts with recognizable vocal snippets. In truth, there's not that much Spice Girls in there, just enough to raise a smile or two on the dancefloor.
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  1. Found A Cure (Joey Negro Found A dub mix) (6:41)
  2. Love Don't Make It Right (Joey Negro mix) (6:35)
Review: Who better to remix the legendary r&b duo Ashford & Simpson than legendary UK don Joey Negro? The long-time champion of all things good offers up two remixes - first, a rousing dub mix of "Found A Cure"; everything from the vocals to the horns and keys is euphoric, and the synths tweaked with subtle sci-fi effects. On the flip, the stomping "Love Don't Make It Right" gets a driving remix that is suited for the peak of the night, when hands are in the air, inhibitions are lost, and the good times are flowing.
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Played by: Vincent Inc
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Praise EP Sampler Volume Two (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: PRAISE 0318. Rel: 18 Nov 19
  1. Crown Of Glory - "Lord, Look At Your People" (Joaquin Joe Claussell mix) (5:48)
  2. Keith Barrow - "A World Of Lonely People" (Joaquin Joe Claussell mix) (7:37)
Review: If the rich history of US gospel soul, funk and disco gets your juices flowing, you need this new 12" from Joaquin 'Joe' Claussell in your life. As with many of the storied producer's edit-focused 12" singles, it has been pressed in limited quantities and should therefore be grabbed before all the copies disappear. On the A-side he offers up a tidy, dancefloor-focused tweak of Crowns of Glory's hard-to-find 1976 gospel soul cut "Lord, Look At Your People", brilliantly teasing out the intro before unleashing the song in all its inspiring righteousness. Over on the flip Clausell turns his attention to the Clavinet-heavy, Blaxploitation-era gospel disco anthem that is Keith Barrow's equally as inspired 1977 gem "A World Of Lonely People".
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