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Pourquoi
Pourquoi (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PU 08. Rel: 16 Apr 18
Electro House
  1. Pourquoi (feat Queenie On vocals)
  2. Draw The Line
  3. Line Drawn
Review: Field of dreams are Field Theorys Chris Kentish and DJ Al Mackenzie. Field Theory have recently had tracks on respected labels such as Futureboogie and Secret Life gaining rave reviews and even garnering plays on BBC radio 6 Music. Al has been a DJ since the late 80s, now resident at Birminghams Great Outdoors. He's made numerous records over the years but will probably be remembered primarily for his 90s band D:ream making number one all over the world and remixing for EMF and Duran Duran amongst others. Bumping into each other in the street one dayand realising they lived opposite each other, they seized upon the chance to combine their favourite passions, making music and drinking.




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Damp Fire Crackers
Cat: PU 09. Rel: 12 Mar 18
Hard House
  1. House Track
  2. Damp Fire Crackers
  3. Never Been To Ibiza Beaches 1997
  4. Jungle Mantra
Review: After kindly stepping in on remix duties on our first Miskotom release Kito is back on Pleasure Unit with a nicley rounded EP that shows the full extent of his production skills. Houstrack does what it says on the tin and pumps it up in true old skool house style, Damp firecrackers sounds like it could come from a long lost Italian Library Lp. On the flip Never been to Ibiza beaches in 1997 is a nice laid back Balearic ode as you might expect, lastly Jungle Mantra is a dense tropical treat. Check for Kito's previous releases on diverse range of labels from Bahnsteig 23, Freerange,Dirt Crew,Hell Yeah and Bordello A Parigi




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Do What You Need (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PU 06. Rel: 14 Aug 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Do What You Need
  2. Do What You Need (dub)
  3. Love Talk
Review: Following excellent releases from Skatebard, Les Crocodiles and Lunar Concept amongst many others, Pleasure Unit turn to Cut The Rug crew member Mike Misiu for their latest instalment of cool-headed modern disco. "Do What You Need" sports a Metro Area demeanour, with a classic vocal hook sprinkled in at opportune moments for maximum impact. The dub mix is no less satisfying, even with the famous sample rubbed out, but in fact the real pleasant surprise of this release is B2 jam "Love Talk". With its funky midtempo 90s breakbeat and heavy-hitting piano, it's an addictive party starter that harks back to the acid jazz days while still fitting right into the here and now.
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Thirsy (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PU 04. Rel: 25 Jan 16
Deep House
  1. Thirsty (EJM mix) (5:15)
  2. Thirsty (Thirsty Les Crocodiles Dread mix) (6:57)
  3. Thirsty (Safe House mix) (6:19)
Review: Release number 4 for Pleasure unit, see's the debut release from Lunar Concept Edgar Moon and nephew Junior. A wonky slice of stringy afro House backed with two remixes, one from label mates Les Crocodiles taking it on a slow trip up river.
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Qi Xin Mian Guan EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PU 05. Rel: 24 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. Qi Xin Mian Guan
  2. Downtown
  3. Tempelhof Kite
  4. Tempelhof Kite (Kito Jempere remix)
Review: Hailing from Lithuanian capital Vilnius, Miskotom appears on Pleasure Unit for a debut appearance that should appeal to all lovers of delicate, pop flecked house with a smooth 80s veneer. The production is perfect for the mood of the music, with the dusty groove of the title track embellished with Eastern flute motifs and Larry Heard chords of the sweetest melancholy. "Downtown" meanwhile revels in slap bass finery, and "Tempelhof Kite" gets a rubbery Moog tone in the low end that offsets the woozy pads beautifully. Kito Jempere comes on board for a remix that dubs "Tempelhof Kite" down into a warm and sexy house cut of the highest order.
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Jacaranda Skies 8.02 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PU 07. Rel: 12 Feb 18
Deep House
  1. Jacaranda Skies (7:57)
  2. The Lost Garden (6:12)
  3. Mangrove Dawn (7:48)
  4. Skies Reprise (6:38)
Review: Joe Morris is back in action on Jacaranda Skies 8.02, exploring more of that balmy sound that Pleasure Unit love so dearly when having a good time down by the marina. This is how yacht rock would sound if it had got with the party program, not least on the illustrious "Jacaranda Skies". "The Lost Garden" is a more mysterious affair that trades in immersive atmospherics with a distinctly soundtracky feel. "Mangrove Dawn" is a sleepy affair that wraps around you like a perfectly timed silken scarf, and then "Skies Reprise" lets Morris sail back into those bountiful waters that gave us the lead track.
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