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Whole Lotta Love (reissue)
Cat: SPITTLEDD 03. Rel: 17 Oct 22
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
Whole Lotta Love (5:12)
WLL (Another version) (6:54)
Review: Italian label Spittle have launched their new Dependance sub label to champion all things Italo, and they're following up on reissues of Zed's 'Plastic Love' and Trophy's 'Slow Flight' with this gem from fabled Italian DJ and producer Massimo Barsotti. Originally released in 1983 on Alexander Robotnick's Fuzz Dance label, we're absolutely treated to a peak Italo version of Led Zeppelin's 'Whole Lotta Love', which takes the original and runs with it in the best possible way. As well as the original we get the killer 'W.L.L.' version excursion on the flip, which rocks out just as hard.
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Fred Ventura Presents Milano Undiscovered 2023: Modern Italo Disco, Synth Pop & House Experiments From Milan's Underground
Livio Fogli - "Il Vuoto" (4:23)
Ital Oscillazioni - "Nuove Corde" (6:10)
Atelier Folie - "Planet X" (2:05)
Italoconnection - "Exil" (Prequel Sessions mix) (4:53)
Vinavil - "The 2nd" (4:25)
Love Nation - "Make It Right" (4:25)
S-Tone Inc - "No Meio Do Samba" (S-Tone Deep remix instrumental) (4:42)
Through Twelve - "This Love" (feat Fred Ventura - mono Han remix 2) (3:48)
Straight Beat - "Argumenting" (4:08)
Soul Boy - "B Side" (3:43)
Review: Given that Fred Ventura has been a mainstay of the Milan electronic underground since the late 1970s, we can't think of anyone better to curate a compilation of 'modern Italo-disco, synth-pop and house' from the Italian city's celebrated scene. Naturally, there are a couple of well-known names present - see the excellent contributions from Italoconnection and Italo-house veteran S-Tone Inc - but the majority of material comes from talented but lesser-known artists. It's these tracks that really set the pulse racing, particularly the Mono Han remix 2 version of Through Twelve's 'This Love' (a cheery deep synth-pop number with Ventura on vocals), the Patrick Cowley-esque thrills of Soul Boy ('B-Side') and the synth-wave swell of 'Il Vuoto' by Livio Fogli.
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Brain Flakes
Brain Flakes (gatefold LP)
Cat: SPITTLEDD 07. Rel: 27 Mar 24
 
Indie/Alternative
Art Dance (3:40)
I Don't Know (2:58)
Tricks To Survive (3:35)
Song For A Chemical Plant (2:56)
Happy Birthday (2:59)
Travel Agency (2:51)
Without Suffering (3:34)
Brain Flakes (3:58)
It's Not Too Grand (2:54)
Stroll Of The Girls (4:21)
Fit Of Nerves (3:02)
Red Lips (5:10)
Father (4:21)
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Milano Undiscovered 1988-1992
Fred VENTURA / VARIOUS
Cat: SPITTLEDD 08. Rel: 02 Apr 24
 
Techno
Sigma Tibet - "Pablo" (4:32)
B Logic - "Aliasing" (4:12)
Grey Area - "Beyond Belief" (4:24)
Mont Blanc - "Let Your Body" (4:31)
Straight Beat - "Afterwork" (4:09)
Love Nation - "Let's Make It Right" (4:11)
Soul City Crew - "One Day" (3:56)
Visions Factory - "Solitary Dancers" (3:54)
Periferico - "In A Freedom World" (4:30)
Beat 4 Life - "Dat's Life" (4:26)
Review: The Milano Undiscovered series has been expertly overseen by Fred Ventura and now clocks up a third installment. It again delves into Milan's dynamic techno and house scene between the years of 1988 and 1992. Unveiling a trove of unreleased demos, it highlights the city's burgeoning underground culture during this period. Influenced by the pioneering sounds of Chicago, Detroit, London, and Sheffield, Milanese producers embarked on a creative journey, crafting their own distinct interpretations of electronic dance music. These demos offer a glimpse into the innovative spirit and diverse sonic landscape that defined Milan's contribution to the global dance music scene during this transformative era.
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Played by: DJ Mau Mau
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