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Jolly Jams

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Cat: JOLLYJAMS 051. Rel: 09 Jan 19
  1. Mighty (8:16)
  2. Love Freddy (6:59)
  3. Etta (5:06)
Review: These delightfully glassy-eyed and - crucially - on point re-edits come courtesy of newcomer Balearic Skip AKA former pro skateboarder Alex Olson (and, yes, skateboard pioneer Steve Olson is his dad). "Love Freddy" is a wonderfully chugging, mind-altering instrumental re-edit of largely forgotten old Freddie Mercury jam "Love Kills" (previously officially remixed by the Glimmers, fact fans), while "Mighty" sees the skate hero apply the midas touch to what sounds like a pitched-down, late 1980s house remix of Sylvester's most famous, high energy disco hit. As for "Etta", it's a crunchy, slo-mo funk-rock revision of a lesser known later cut by a jazz and blues legend.
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 in stock $9.65
Break Free (12")
Cat: JOLLYJAMS 042. Rel: 29 Nov 17
  1. Break Free (6:48)
  2. Break Free (Organ) (6:49)
  3. Clear Water (Luke Solomon Body edit) (7:43)
Review: In case his chosen artistic moniker isn't clear enough, we can confirm that producer Richard Galling is from Milwaukee. All joking aside, his previous workouts on Jolly Jams have all been exemplary, so we're expecting big things from "Break Free". Thrillingly, his original version is something of a sweaty and sleazy peak-time treat, with Galling layering Denise Burton's classic house style vocals and meandering organ lines atop waves of TB-303 acid lines, sharp rave stabs and a particularly dirty, arpeggio style bassline. Speaking of organ lines, these are brought to the fore on the Mood 2 Swing-ish "Break Free (Organ)", while the flipside boasts a cheeky and rather good re-edit of "Clear Water" by sometime Classic co-founder and Freaks producer Luke Solomon.
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Played by: Danny Russell, Rogue D
 in stock $9.39
The Good Times Are Killing Me (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: JOLLYJAMS 023. Rel: 22 Jul 15
  1. Track 1 (5:51)
  2. Track 2 (5:16)
  3. Track 3 (6:37)
Review: Having taken time out to establish his Interzona13 label - a job well done, all told - Tiago Miranda returns to DJ Kaos's Jolly Jams label for the first time since 2012. Perhaps unsurprisingly, there's plenty to enjoy on The Good Times Are Killing Me, with Miranda touching on a variety of sweltering, dancefloor-friendly styles. He begins with a heavy chunk of rolling disco revivalism, the action focusing on a killer clavinet line and some tasty percussion. The second track boasts more of a Balearic piano house feel, with additional disco percussion and breakdowns to accentuate the sunny moody. As for the B-side, it's a decidedly breezier affair, with Miranda expertly combining Latin-inspired drums, chiming melodies, and a (sampled) spoken word vocal from Doors front man Jim Morrison
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 in stock $8.58
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