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Orange Tree Edits Vol 8
Orange Tree Edits Vol 8 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: OTE 008. Rel: 27 Apr 21
  1. Hysteric - "Forza" (6:56)
  2. Good Block - "Mondo" (5:52)
  3. Good Block - "Vuudu" (4:35)
  4. Maybe Tonight - "Pacifique" (OTE Maybe Tonight Refix) (5:28)
Review: Orange Tree serves up more low hanging, perfectly ripened disco fruit from four master diggers here. Melbourne's Hysteric open up with 'Forza,' a stomping bit of 80s synth work that radiates warmth. London duo Good Block offer up two cuts, the first of which is the dark and dubby 'Mondo', then 'Vuudu,' a steamy and percussive, heavy and edgy chugger with real presence. Parisian favourite Maybe Tonight closes out with the most dreamy of the lot - a track with swirling pads, steamy vocal whispers and a slapping groove overlaid with new age motifs.
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Inta Min Feen?
Inta Min Feen? (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: OTE 006. Rel: 04 Mar 20
  1. Bint Al Sa7ra (5:15)
  2. Ah Stop (6:41)
  3. I'll Tell Ya For A Tenner (4:49)
  4. Molecular Mimicry (4:53)
Review: After an 18-month hiatus, the admirable Orange Tree Edits series returns via a first re-edit outing from former Nail Shop artist Moving Still (real name Jamal Sulaimani). Like many of the label's releases, the four reworks on show are undeniably exotic, with Sulaimani delivering revisions of exotic Arabic and Middle Eastern dancefloor workouts from the '80s and '90s. Check for example the raw, Italo-style analogue electronics, jacking machine beats and drifting Arabic synthesizer lines of "I'll Tell Ya For A Tenner", or the melodious, life-affirming Middle Eastern synth-pop bliss of head-in-the-clouds gem "Ah Stop". Arguably best of all though is opener "Bint Al Sa7ara", a druggy stomper where snake charmer style leads lines and North African vocals ride a seriously druggy, arpeggio-driven groove.

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Eastern Edits Vol 1
Eastern Edits Vol 1 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: OTE 004. Rel: 24 Jan 18
  1. Dorian (Jimmy Rouge edit) (6:39)
  2. Clock (Jimmy Rouge edit) (6:57)
Review: On Orange Tree Edits' previously releases, label honcho Jimmy Rouge and his merry band of scalpel fiends largely focused on reworking old African records. This time round, Rouge has decided to switch focus, serving up two tasty re-interpretations of what sound like Japanese tracks. A-side "Dorian" is arguably the pick of the pair for peak-time plays, with Rouge teasing out a simmering disco cut before ratcheting up the intensity via rock solid drum machine beats and a mind-altering TB-303 acid line. On the flip, he gets busy with a Rhodes-heavy jazz-funk workout, slyly adding and removing beefy new beats whilst retaining much of the languid original instrumentation.
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Afro Edits Vol 4
Afro Edits Vol 4 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: OTE 005. Rel: 06 Sep 18
  1. Milk & Honey (Rouge & Santo rework) (8:13)
  2. Para Ti (CC rework) (5:05)
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Jonny Rock Edits
Cat: OTE 007. Rel: 04 Aug 20
  1. Kat-Woman-Do (6:40)
  2. Bitter Juice (7:01)
  3. Hippie Jam (4:51)
  4. Streets Of Belgrade (4:55)
Review: Over the past few years, Johnny Rock has proved to be one of the shrewdest re-editors around, delivering must-check reworks of thoroughly obscure gems that tend towards the exotic and intoxicating. Further proof of his dusty-fingered, scalpel-wielding genius can be found on this Orange Tree Edits outing. Check first the rubbery, off-kilter '80s electro-flex of "Kat-Woman Do", before admiring the Mascara-sporting, New Romantic style synth-pop goodness of "Bitter Juice". Elsewhere, he offers up some skewed, percussion-rich late-night eccentricity (the delightfully weird "Hippie Jam") and successfully dances his way through some Communism-era Yugoslav post-punk heaviness ("Streets of Belgrade").
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