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Mediterranean Dreams Part 1
Cat: IFEEL 0741. Rel: 14 Mar 22
Onironauta (6:52)
Grace In Space (5:44)
Mediterranean Dreams (6:41)
Becalmed (5:59)
Review: International Feel kicks off what is presumably a new series given its title, Mediterranean Dreams - Part 1. For it, they turn to Perugia synth obsessive, underground mainstay and fine producer Feel Fly for four tracks of breezy and sunny disco-house chuggers. 'Onironauta' brings retro Italo chords and nice chunky drums, 'Grace In Space' is a leggy cosmic wonder with far-sighted chords and muted acid magic, then 'Mediterranean Dreams' is pure 80s dream house bliss. 'Becalmed' is the most rough edged and analogue house jack track of the lot.
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Mediterranean Dreams Part 2
Cat: IFEEL 0742. Rel: 08 Apr 22
Nebula (7:06)
Optical Bells (6:23)
Luce Eterna Ai Sognatori (6:12)
Templum Dub (5:56)
Review: Italian DJ and producer and Afrotemplum co-founder, Feel Fly, revisits the sunned, balearic mood of his childhood on this early-stage career definer of an EP. As a series, 'Mediterranean Dreams' lets the light in on only the haziest of sonic visions, letting in island stenches and coconut skitters between the palms. Everything from dub, ambient, balearic and kraut is here channelled into a realised smattering of deep trance, tittilating the senses with an echoic foray into navel-gazing reverie.
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Subtle Body
Subtle Body (limited 12")
Cat: IFEEL 081. Rel: 17 Apr 23
Subtle Body (8:41)
Nightfall (instrumental) (7:47)
The Light Of Jesus (8:44)
Room '96 (recorded live at Room Nightclub, Hull) (8:32)
Review: The legendary deep house duo Fila Brazilia return with another retrospective four-track, following last year's Mermaids' reissue. Steel Tiger Records founder Steve Cobby and lecturer David McSherry ha da whirlwind romance with the house scene, one they reignited in 2020 after a 16-year separation. 'Subtle Body' serves as an incredible reintroduction to the dynamic duos sound, tripped-out dubby beats and raw house sessions, with the title track's layered chimes, looped delay feedback and floaty chords blasting right out of the gate. What follows is an unreleased instrumental version of 'Nightfall' from the 2002 album 'Jump Leads', an industrial ambient drifter.

On Side B, the tempo and temperature rises, and we're treated to 'The Light Of Jesus', from the debut LP 'Old Codes: New Chaos'. A bumping house groove, smooth organ and sweet bass combine for an unforgettable track that has stood the test of time fiercely. The EP rounds out with 'Room '96', a live house jam from Hull's Room nightclub - a time capsule to better days. The songs here on Subtle Body might be a window into a time long past, but they remain in the present: and as long as bodies seek pleasure, and dancers want to keep going til sunrise, Fila Brazillia will endure, and soundtrack those moments for us all to get lost in.
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Terra (LP)
Cat: IFEEL 078. Rel: 08 Jul 22
Capitolo 1 Consacrazione (0:10)
Cities (11:06)
Drum Talk (4:25)
Congiuzioni (1:30)
Capitolo 2 Coscienza (2:06)
Time Spirals (6:33)
Giallo Assoluto (5:15)
Ritorno Al Domani (3:47)
Capitolo 3 Terra (0:20)
Review: Pop on your space suit and lock in for an intergalactic Balearic ride at the hands of Luca, whose new Terra LP is a terrific trip through the cosmos. This is a second full length from the artist born Francesco De Bellis and it follows on swiftly from his well received Venus EP early in 2022. It's a fr-reaching musical journey with retro-future synths glistening in the solar rays, loose and jumbled drums suspending you amongst the stars and pieces like 'Capitolo 2 Coscienza' with its spoken word elements contouring up the feeling of some mystic ritual dance.
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Numero Uno
Cat: IFEEL 083. Rel: 23 Jun 23
About Time (7:51)
Zwang! (7:31)
Anyway, Music (5:25)
Lost In The Forest (4:19)
Where's The Fifty? (6:27)
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Pulsar Diaries
Cat: IFEEL 082. Rel: 23 May 23
Pulsar Diaries (5:19)
Delphic Expanse (5:14)
Blackburn Tales (7:06)
Fourth Amendment (4:31)
Farewell Theme (4:16)
Ursa Major (6:00)
Review: The man, the legend. Well, to those paying attention, anyway. 20 years in the game, Ilija Redman only seems to get stronger, carving out a niche for himself as both one of the best 'cosmic' DJs and a master producer of throwback 1980s boogie, weirdo disco, proto-electro and psychedelic chug, having graced the likes of Bear Funk and Is It Balearic?, and presented work on his own imprints Red Music and Imogen Recordings. On Pulsar Diaries he turns his deft talent to a slightly curveball sound compared to the usual stomping grounds, crafting warm synth wave from drum machine grooves and spaced out melodies. Purposeful beats and pieces meet the kind of tones that make you feel as though the tether has broken and you are adrift, floating through deep space with only rhythms to guide you.
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