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The Problem Solver EP
Cat: MTN 44. Rel: 10 Oct 18
  1. The Problem Solver (7:15)
  2. Brand New Feelin' (4:41)
  3. Try Love (3:46)
Review: UK re-edit label Moton Inc. present more late night boogie down antics the way the man upstairs intended and courtesy of two undisputed experts. The first is Greg Belson: a veteran known as the 'go to authoritarian for gospel soul music', compiler of the Divine Disco series and host of the Divine Chord Gospel Show on LA's dublab.com. He teams up with Paulo Fulci: a DJ and producer out of Bristol who some of you may know from his work as part of the Situation edit crew. Some crafty resplices on offer here: the A side features the funky and lo-slung life affirmer "The Problem Solver, while on the flip there's an uplifting dose of classic disco on "Brand New Feelin'" and some good ol' fashioned soul power as heard on "Try Love".
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Din Catsup & Homo
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Moton Records Inc Vol 1
Cat: MTNCD 001. Rel: 14 May 14
  1. Vital Transmission
  2. Bites The Dust
  3. The End
  4. Fugitive Vesco
  5. Interlude
  6. Bring It Here
  7. Eko
  8. Graduation Nite
  9. Children
  10. East
Review: Diesel and Dave Jarvis' Moton series launched back in 1996, and - alongside imprints from the Idjut Boys, Harvey and others - was instrumental in shaping the leftfield disco/Balearic re-edit scene. It's still going strong, of course, dropping new edits of essential oddities, but here Diesel and Jarvis look back, offering a tweaked CD re-issue of the previously vinyl-only 1999 compilation Moton Long Play Volume 1. Highlights are naturally plentiful, from the dubbed-out, slightly housed up tweak of Billy Paul's "East" and stripped back take on Sugar Daddy's "Bites The Dust" (yep, a version of the Queen fave), to the drum solo madness of Mahavishnu Orchestra's "Vital Transmission".
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My Guide
My Guide (green vinyl 7")
Cat: MTN 7002. Rel: 12 Aug 15
  1. My Guide (6:05)
  2. Man's Lifespan (5:15)
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Sister To Sister
Sister To Sister (yellow vinyl 7")
Cat: MTN 7003. Rel: 09 Sep 15
  1. Sister To Sister (5:06)
  2. We Are The Sunset (4:52)
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Krypto (red vinyl 7")
Cat: MTN 7001. Rel: 22 Jul 15
  1. Krypto (5:00)
  2. Exotiq (4:46)
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Feel Good
Feel Good (12")
Cat: MTN 39. Rel: 26 Oct 16
  1. Feel Good (7:30)
  2. Woke Up (7:19)
  3. Discomora (8:47)
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Morning Shunt
Cat: MTN 42. Rel: 21 Feb 18
  1. Morning Shunt (6:38)
  2. Jacques Theme (6:53)
  3. The Bandit (5:40)
Review: Not all re-edit series' are created equal. The Moton Records Inc, series - one of the longest running in the world, these days - has consistently delivered high-grade re-rubs free of tame studio trickery. Predictably, there's more brilliance to be found throughout the hush-hush label's latest three-track missive, which is the work of London scene stalwart Dave Jarvis and fellow Love Vinyl shop-worker Jake Holloway. A-side "Morning Shunt", a brilliant rearrangement of a little-known Afro-disco cut that comes on like Fela Kuti covering "Don't Leave Me This Way", is the clear standout, though B-side jams "Jacques Theme" - a sort of William Onyeabor goes to Cuba throw-down - and "The Bandit" (Balearic brilliance with funk style drum breaks) are also excellent.
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MTN 45
MTN 45 (12")
Cat: MTN 45. Rel: 28 Jul 20
  1. US Lover (8:37)
  2. Hysteric Glamour (3:52)
  3. Marabou (5:13)
Review: London's longest-running re-edit imprint returns to action, and fittingly it's label co-founder Diesel at the controls (albeit with fellow founder and old pal Dave Jarvis adding input via an "Executive Producer" role). A-side "US Lover" is simply superb: a blue-eyed, turn-of-the-80s AOR disco gem laden with heady horns, squelchy synth bass, swirling strings and heady harmonica solos. The Balearic disco fun continues on the flip, where the bleep-laden bluesy disco number "Hysteric Glamour" comes accompanied by the sunny, synth-laden instrumental disco oddity that is "Marabou". Deep cuts, subtly tweaked for extended dancefloor pressure: what more could any disco lover desire?
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The Patchouli Brothers Edits
Cat: MTN 46. Rel: 09 Apr 21
  1. Lead Astray
  2. Kin Sol
  3. Can't Get You Down
  4. Project Soul
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