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E Versions #6
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Cat: MERC 022. Rel: 22 Feb 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Scared (10:42)
  2. Plastic People (9:04)
Review: Yes, it's time for another slice of Mark E(dit) goodness on his own E Versions label, and every time one of these bad boys has always been on point. Number 6 in the series certainly doesn't disappoint, and the soulful waves of "Scared" are so close in line with the sort of house we're digging at the moment, that we've been playing it for hours on the Juno HQ turntable. "Plastic People", surely an ode to the legendary London club, takes house as a structure, but goes much deeper and wilder thanks to elements of jazz, funk and deep, sweltering soul music. Mark E never ceases to please and amaze simultaneously.
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E Versions #3
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Cat: MERC 017. Rel: 01 Sep 14
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. The Shoe
  2. I Don't Know What This Is
Review: Within the space of two perfectly executed 12" singles, Mark E's sneaky E Versions series - in which he returns to the world of loopy, house-friendly disco and Balearic re-edits with which he first made his name - has become a "must check". This third installment is every bit as essential as its' predecessors, offering to two deliciously glassy-eyed re-interpretations of unknown gems. Opener "The Shoe" delivers an undulating, loose-but-hypnotic chunk of head-nodding, hip-shaking disco, with rising and falling strings and horn stabs riding a tasty, bass-heavy groove. "I Don't Know What This Is" flips the script, offering up a dreamy, sensual and enorphin-heavy slice of floor-friendly Balearic bliss. Recommended.
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E Versions #8
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Cat: MERC 024. Rel: 04 Sep 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Train Tunnel (10:19)
  2. Give It Time (10:27)
Review: E by gum these are good... Veteran editor and groove doyen Mark E returns to his Merc controls, having previously passed the keys to fellow soul marksman MK VII earlier this year. As always, it's a lengthy, hypnotic affair on both sides. "Train Tunnel" loops and overlaps over itself with woozy jazz horns that gradually build in prominence and overwhelming strength while "Give It Time" swoons away on a palette of sweet vocal harmonies and subtle disco string work. The E stands for excellent.
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E Versions Vol 1
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E Versions Vol 1 (CD + MP3 download code)
Cat: MERC 019. Rel: 06 Apr 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Kahn
  2. Mingo
  3. Magazine
  4. The Shoe
  5. I Don't Know What This Is
  6. Sitting Here Alone
  7. Child Star
  8. Example
Review: Back in the early 2000s, Mark E made his name with a series of re-edits on the Jiscomusic label. Those early explorations - long, loopy, glassy-eyed and chugging - effectively defined his distinctive production style. He returned to these roots in spectacular style last year, with a series of similarly minded edits under the E Versions alias. Here he gathers together those cuts on CD for the first time, delivering rubs that variously touch on yearning, deep Balearic house ("I Don't Know What This Is"), heavy loop disco ("Child Star", "The Shoe"), strobe-light, warehouse-friendly tackle ("Mingo") and Madonna ("Magazine", a fantastically chugging, basement-friendly revision of "Vogue").
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E Work #1
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E Work #1 (12")
Cat: MERC 020. Rel: 13 Jul 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Who Do You Believe In? (instrumental) (6:23)
  2. Who Do You Believe In? (vocal mix) (6:39)
Review: Mark Evetts, or simply known as Mark E under his production moniker, has certainly travelled the world throughout his house expeditions over the last ten years, stopping off at imprints such as Golf Channel, Spectral Sound and even Gerd Janson's Running Back. This time he's back on his own Merc outlet with a ricking one-tracker split in two different versions. The instrumental mix of "Who Do You Believe In?" takes over the A-side and it's a melodic house affair with plenty of synth goodness and low-end gluttony, whereas the vocal mix adds in some sultry female vocals to add a little bit of ambience and a whole load of soul. Beautiful.
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Megacity EP
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Cat: MERC 012. Rel: 08 Oct 12
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Megacity
  2. Mozaic
  3. Nightbeat
Review: The Megacity EP is apparently the first of several collaborations between Mark E and keyboardist Nat Woodcock under the Project E banner due over the coming months on the former's Merc imprint. This new project sees a change in direction for Merc away from the sample based (and very successful) releases from ED, Quaid et al and towards a professed "strange cosmic territory". In truth, those distinctive Mark E hallmarks are very much still present across the three tracks here and it's all still resolutely deep house; weighty grooves and slow burning arrangement progression - only now they are complemented by the nimble key playing of Woodcock. This is perhaps most evident on the smeared Utopian vibes of the brilliant "Mosaic".
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Kinks
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Kinks (12")
Cat: MERC 014. Rel: 21 Jan 13
Deep House
  1. Kinks
  2. Boy In The Straw Hat
  3. Umbrella Creature
Review: Mark E's burgeoning understanding with keyboardist Nat Woodcock inspires a second release under the Project E banner in the shape of the three track Kinks EP, released on his own Merc imprint once again. Anyone who checked the debut release will know Project E comes imbued with a cosmic wanderlust, and this is most evident here on the soaring synth work that drives "Umbrella Creature". With humming pads, tender arpeggios and effervescent bleeps there's plenty of eyes closed transcendence to be enjoyed with that particular track, while the title number opts for a more seductive late night tone offset by the oddball vocal mantra from quaint English vocalist Greg Bird. "Boy In The Straw Hat" sits more in nagging Detroit house vein, full of roughly hewn drums and blue-note keys that would sit comfortably alongside Omar-S in a more mellow frame of mind.
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