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I Love You Go Away (gatefold LP)
Cat: DHLP 001. Rel: 13 Jun 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. New Heimat (2:41)
  2. Violence (5:01)
  3. How To Cheat (4:40)
  4. Gibberish Love Song (6:25)
  5. Goldheart Mountaintop Queen Directory (2:20)
  6. Let The Water Run (4:46)
  7. Wipe The Shame (feat Xen) (4:09)
  8. Bongos & Tambourines (3:43)
  9. Warmth (How Mean Is Mean?) (4:15)
Review: Tel Aviv's Nadav Spiegel takes off where he left us with last year's mini album Can You Pass The Knife? with the full-length I Love You Go Away. Touching on the likes of Jamie Lidell, Stuart Price, Luke Slater and Alexis Taylor with a great strength at hooky one-lines and profound pictures, Nadav remains pensively introspective over his often full-flavoured machine grooves. Highlights include the cloud-surfing instrumental "Let The Water Run", the heavily LCD laced hypnotic sermon "How To Cheat" and the poignant eastern sunset twang of the finale "Warmth". Outstanding.
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Cat: DH 004. Rel: 01 Mar 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Vandre (7:15)
  2. Vandre (Marvin & Guy Halal sensation) (8:06)
  3. Ossain (8:03)
  4. Dengo (6:26)
Review: Having established themselves as purveyors of fine, Middle Eastern-inspired fare, Disco Halal has decided to apply their magic touch to South American music, with the assistance of specialists Selvagem and Carrot Green. As usual, the emphasis is on blending obscure source material with original music and production. This works particularly well on "Vandre", where an acoustic samba number is turned into a bubbling, Balearic house gem via glistening electronics, synthesized marimba lines and metronomic beats. Marvin and Guy go even further on their remix, turning in a blissful deep house chugger. Flip for the low-slung Brazilian disco-funk of "Dengo" and "Ossain", a misty-eyed, sunrise house number blessed with all manner of (sampled) Brazilian instrumentation.
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Cat: DH 001X. Rel: 25 Mar 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Le Gaz Qui Fait Rire (Acid Arab edit) (7:37)
  2. Palgey Mayim (Autrakic edit) (5:07)
  3. Yasadim (Mehmet Aslan edit) (8:48)
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Uncountable Set (white vinyl 12")
Cat: DH 012. Rel: 31 Jan 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Palanquin Bearing Monkey (6:01)
  2. Stepping On Dewdrops (6:21)
  3. Pneuma (9:20)
  4. Chember (7:48)
Review: Sometime Going Good and Jin Records producer Yoshinori Hayashi re-surfaces on Disco Halal, a label befitting his maverick, impossible-to-pigeonhole talents. Uncountable Set is predictably eccentric, with Hayashi laying down a quartet of muddy, otherworldly cuts that gleefully stick two fingers up at neat categorization. Check, for example, the rhythmic sample soup this is "Palanquin Bearing Monkey" - think spacey, jazz-funk synth doodles, handclap-based rhythms and all manner of woozy, cut and paste samples - the out-there afro-jazz of "Stepping on Dewdrops" and the frankly nightmarish closer "Chember", a fiendishly freaky weird-out that peppers a slipped jazz rhythm with cut-up choral samples and cement mixer percussion hits.
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I Ran (12")
Cat: DH 014. Rel: 21 Mar 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. I Ran (8:25)
  2. I Ran (Simple Symmetry remix) (6:47)
Review: Given that this is Moscoman's first solo single on the Disco Halal imprint he inaugurated in 2015, it's perhaps unsurprising that he's saved something rather special for the occasion. "I Ran" is a throbbing, high-octane peak-time treat, where haunting Arabic vocals seemingly float over a thrusting, arpeggio-driven groove and bubbly, off-kilter machine drums. It's druggy and intoxicating, of course, but also fiendishly heavy and pleasingly unorthodox. On the flipside, old pals Simple Symmetry re-imagine "I Ran" as a sticky and trippy chunk of organic Arabic dub disco, complete with toasty bass and razor-sharp electric guitars. It's not quite as thrilling as Moscoman's original version, but it's a close run thing.
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Perfect Strangers
  1. The Organism - "Reflection"
  2. Kincaid - "Tyrant"
  3. Soft Metal - "Mystic Trip To Al-Dzazir"
  4. Mount Kismet - "Prunes & Dunes"
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Cat: DH 015. Rel: 30 May 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  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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Moscoman Reworks (limited 12")
Cat: DH 006. Rel: 20 Jul 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. A Voice Across The Nile (Moscoman rework) (8:34)
  2. Oasis (Moscoman rework) (6:51)
  3. The Dynamic Energy (Moscoman rework) (6:25)
Review: Since 2014, Moscoman has worked hard to reach the reputation he's at now, and that comes in part to the music he's released on ESP Institute and Cosmo Vitelli's I'm A Cliche. But not simply relying on others to put out his music, Moscoman launched Disco Halal last year which has already notched up a whopping 10 releases, including a reissue of Tony Carey's 1984 album as TCP, which he indulgently remixes three times on this release. Appropriately, Moscoman tackles the album's title-track, shining a spotlight on the production's chorus of vocals, while the "Oasis" remix plays with Italo melodies, subtle middle eastern themes in a producton almost made for a Beverly Hills Cop scene. "A Voice Across The Nile" opens the 12" with a slinky drum track however Moscoman does let a cascading synth open up for some undeniable '80s vibes.
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