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REPWIND 001
REPWIND 001 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: REPWIND 001. Rel: 19 Jun 23
 
UK Garage
Highrise - "Dont Know It" (5:24)
Sky Joose - "On The Shores" (6:15)
Johnny U Tah - "Voices In My Head" (4:56)
The Thunderkats - "Melatron" (4:59)
Jay Ward - "Everything That I Need" (5:01)
Review: Reptile Mob is a newly launched, vinyl-only sub-label of the well-regarded GLBDOM imprint. It kicks off with a five-track various artists release that pays homage to the garage sound. 'Don't Know It' by Highrise opens up with a distantly 90s vibe, then Sky Joose shows his class on 'On The Shores' with its hard-edged bassline and full-throttle drums. Johnny U-Tah works some re-pitched and time-stretched vocals to perfection on 'Voices In My Head', with further gems from The Thunderkats whose 'Melatron' is a piano-laced bumper and last of all Jay Ward's 'Everything That I Need' brims with vocal lushness. A top draw start for sure.
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REPWIND 003
REPWIND 003 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: REPWIND 003. Rel: 24 Jun 24
 
UK Garage
Perception & Andy G - "Let's Go" (SR Lunar dub)
Conspiracy Dubz - "Musical Rush"
PJ Statham - "All Dancers"
Ease Up George - "Good Love"
Groovy D - "Another Chance"
Xamount - "Physical"
Review: Reptile Mob is back with a third part of its superb on going compilation series and this one looks at different aspects of the garage house sound. Side a-begins with some fresh four-four grooves no least the opener from the legend that is Perception with Andy G and S.R.'s dubby 'Let's Go' remix. Conspiracy Dubz keeps it bumping with the old school feels of 'Musical Rush' and on the B-side it is more of a 2-step sound that emerges with jazzy melodies and female vocals. Groovy D's 'Another Chance' is the real standout for us with its classic vocal sample worked into a nice kinetic rhythm.
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Played by: Paul Starey
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est. release 24 Jun 24 $14.04
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