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Singles
Cat: WD 53. Rel: 16 Aug 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Alkalino - "Body & Soul" (6:35)
  2. Love Drop - "Pull Up" (7:23)
  3. Terrence Pearce - "Ushukela" (5:58)
  4. Alex Zuiev - "Afro Magic" (6:31)
Review: There's no complex concept behind the latest four-track EP from the reliable Whiskey Disco camp, just a quartet of killer re-edits crying out for peak-time plays. Highlights wise, we're particularly enjoying the hard-spun Afro-disco grooves and well-placed dub delays of Alex Zuiev's "Afro Magic", though Alkalino's quirky opener - a thrillingly dubbed-out take on a tongue-in-cheek, left-of-centre disco treat - is also superb. Elsewhere, Love Drop sticks heavy new house beats underneath a stone cold classic (listen to the clips and you'll be able to identify the source material in seconds), while Terrence Pearce crafts a space-disco epic out of undulating Afro-disco grooves, bleeping synth melodies and some seriously cosmic effects.
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  1. Basses Terres - "Iron House" (5:27)
  2. CRK - "Basse Music (No Jungle)" (6:51)
  3. Jonquera - "Findus" (5:16)
  4. Lastrack - "Axel Phif" (part 2) (5:30)
  5. Jean Redondo - "Gen" (5:01)
Review: More spatial exorcisms from the BFDM family. New and old faces alike, all French, it's the label's broadest and heaviest V/A wax to date. Basses Terres takes us deep in the machine with a well oiled slo-mo pneumatic break, Comic Sans-slinger C.R.K cooks up a spicy gumbo of militant apocalypse electro while Jonquera continues the electroid theme with a devilish pitched snare roll and wry synth slap bass pops and twang. Elsewhere Lastrack insists we travel to Jupiter by way of the Amazon while Daxyl's Jean Redondo closes the show on a schizoid broken techno freak out. Stark.
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Cat: LT 064. Rel: 18 Nov 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Doctor Feelgood (4:42)
  2. Slope (5:14)
  3. Slope (Lay-Far upbeat version) (5:44)
Review: Mad Mats and Tooli's Local Talk is still going strong. The Stockholm label now taps In-Beat-Ween Music main man Alexander Lay Far, who appeared last year on the label with his Communication EP. The Slope sees him collaborate with the legendary Ashley Beedle of X-Press 2 and Darren Morris. First up is "Doctor Feelgood" with its '70s inspired production complete with funk guitar, swinging live drumming and an infectiously funky synth bass. The Slope" is a more downbeat affair for chill out moments, a deep soul funk number with swirling Rhodes, dreamy xylophones and rich analogue strings drawing comparisons to Roy Ayers RAMP project. "Lay Far's Upbeat Version" does exactly what it does on the cover, injecting a funky breakbeat into said track, making it more dancefloor friendly but still retaining all its soulful glory.
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3000.3 (grey vinyl 12")
Cat: LOG 30003. Rel: 27 Jan 16
Deep House
  1. Bob - "Charlie Potato" (1:02)
  2. Laffer - "Daily Melt" (6:28)
  3. Lizards - "Anole" (5:40)
  4. RNR - "Never Felt Like" (7:22)
  5. Traela - "Phaethon" (6:45)
Review: Even if you weren't familiar with The Legend Of Gelert series, you'd probably assume it has something to do with Blind Jack's Journey. There's something of the aesthetic to The Legend Of Gelert that brings to mind those North Yorkshire pranksters. Apparently started with the heavy involvement of Luv*Jam, there is some interesting canine mythology to The Legend Of Gelert should you wish to delve further but it's not integral to enjoying the music. Several of the artists that featured on the previous two Gelert 12"s return here and as ever the overarching mood is one of dreamy ambience and wide-eyed house music.
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Intérprete: M50, Jimini, RNR
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  1. Break - "Mind's Eye" (4:55)
  2. Superior Selectionz & Ben Soundscape - "Justa" (5:37)
  3. Roygreen & Protone & Ben Soundscape - "Ruffneck" (5:39)
  4. Luch & Joakuim - "Lifespan" (5:41)
Review: Since 2003, the Intrigue crew has been providing Bristol clubbers with regular doses of liquid funk and musically expansive drum and bass, first at their regular parties and, since 2008, on their offshoot label. Predictably, there's much to enjoy on this celebratory 12". Old pal Break steps up first with a veritable warm summer breeze of a roller, "Mind's Eye" - all punchy, snare-heavy beats, acoustic guitars, rumbling bass and dreamy freestyle vocals - before Superior Selectionz and Ben Soundscape join forces for the slightly more weighty but no less attractive "Justa". Over on side B, Soundscape returns to action alongside Ryogreen and Protone on the wobble bass-propelled stepper "Ruffneck", while Lurch - a lesser-known stalwart of the Bristol scene - delivers some delicious, Afro-tinged liquid funk alongside Joakuim. Rock solid.
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Cat: 777 010. Rel: 22 Feb 17
Techno
  1. Brighton - "Tesla" (Leaves remix) (7:21)
  2. Orson Wells - "Ratio" (Roger 23 remix) (7:40)
  3. Leaves - "Third Floor" (Pablo Mateo remix) (6:31)
  4. Glyn - "Kevin Lomax" (Orson Wells remix) (5:39)
Review: Ron Wilson's 777 serves up more raw and rusty house jams on a new various artists sampler entitled Internal Affairs: this is serious! On the A side is newcomer Brighton with "Tesla" (Leaves Remix), while Frankfurt's Orson Wells gives us "Ratio" where Saarbruckens finest: Roger 23 gets on the remix and delivers a lush deep acid rendition this side of Tin Man. On the flip, Leaves returns with the impressive "Third Floor" getting an awesome remix by Pablo Mateo; working those drum computers to impressive effect as always. Finally, Orson Wells stays on too; working the nightshift on his remix for Glyn's "Kevin Lomax" and giving it a lo-fi, neon lit makeover that will appeal to retroverts dancing well into the morning at Robert Johnson next Sunday morning.
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  1. Giovanni Damico - "No Al Maltrattamento Dei Samples" (5:29)
  2. Pascal Viscardi - "La Ragazza Del Lago" (6:19)
  3. Marcello Napoletano - "Insignami" (6:55)
  4. Lucretio - "I Piu Piccoli" (6:33)
  5. Christian Lisco - "55" (5:02)
  6. Paolo - "Pericolo" (5:20)
  7. Bassa Clan - "Notte Brava" (6:57)
  8. Fede Lng - "La Volpe" (4:58)
Review: According to La Chinerie themselves. after repping their dear home of France on the first volume, they are 'this time enlightening Italy's house scene through an eclectic V/A gathering eight tracks from eight talented macaronis.' Southern Italy represents in the form of Salerno's Giovanni Damico with the funky and dusty soul heaven of "No Al Maltrattamento Dei Samples" while Lecce's finest Marcello Napoletano delivers the goods as always on the gritty house shenanigans of "Insignami". Elsewhere, there's Restoration's Lucretio (via Berlin of course) delivering some muscular, hardware oriented grooves on "I Piu Piccoli" while the north of The Beautiful Country represents too, rest assured, in the from of Bologna's Bassa Clan with the bouncy and swinging NYC circa '94 vibe of "Notte Brava".
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V Issues Vol 1 (transparent vinyl 12")
Cat: 89GHOST 001. Rel: 28 May 14
Deep House
  1. DJ Peech - "Visions"
  2. Jack Lagoon - "Lookin' At U"
  3. Lucky Lime - "Lucky Lime"
  4. Themis - "Crast"
Review: First volume of house tracks picked from the Velocet catalogue, Nail's previous label, which he ran very badly between 1995 and 1997. Most of the unsold, OG copies now lay in his ex-wife's cellar, covered in mushrooms.
300 on clear vinyl, no repress.
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Cat: RSNZ 003. Rel: 01 Sep 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Andrey Djackonda - "Calida Noche" (7:00)
  2. Dimitri Monev - "Makalu" (7:45)
  3. Leparente - "Leflor" (6:38)
  4. Maarka - "Reveranz" (10:31)
Review: Moldova-based Resonanz are back with their third edition of minimal oddball house grooves. Considering its close proximity to Romania; we're definitely interested in hearing what this bunch is up to. Starting out with the hypnotic low-slung tribalism of Andrey Djackonda's "Calida Noche", we then get treated to Dimitri Monev's "Makaulu" a druggy broken beat experiment in maximalism reminiscent of Barac or Suciu; it's pretty wicked! On the flip the loopy and dusty deepness of Leparente's "Leflor" will definitely get good vibes happening at the after-hours while Maarka's "Reveranz" is exactly the kind of tunnelling trance inducing groove that we like, kind of like when Cristi Cons or Vid are on point, if you get what we mean?
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The Orbitants 2 (translucent red vinyl 12")
Cat: FUME 010. Rel: 02 Jul 19
Electro
  1. Heinrich Dressel - "Sem Intro" (3:29)
  2. Galaxian - "Source Reality" (4:50)
  3. Foreign Sequence - "Negative Vibe" (5:00)
  4. Lake Haze - "System Glitch" (4:19)
  5. Jensen Interceptor - "Faceless" (5:49)
Review: With this sequel to December's brilliant, compilation style "The Orbitant" EP, FU ME boss George K is spoiling us. With a high quality threshold and five varied cuts to enjoy, it offers excellent value for money for clued-up electro DJs. Heinrich Dressel sets the scene via some wonderfully spacey, widescreen ambient electronica ("Sem Intro"), before Galaxian wraps 1990 style Yorkshire bleeps and fizzing, minor key electronics around a booming bassline and ghetto-tech style drums on "Source Reality". Foreign Sequence's throbbing, acid-laden "Negative Vibe" sits somewhere between surging Italo-disco and pulsating electro, while Lake Haze's "System Glitch" combines creepy, deep space electronics and ragged acid lines with a rolling electro groove. Arguably best of all though is the mutant funk overload that is Jenson Interceptor's techno/electro fusion workout "Faceless".
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Cherry Pie (12")
Cat: NDATL 018. Rel: 02 May 17
Deep House
  1. Cherry Pie (6:11)
  2. Cherry Pie (instrumental) (5:44)
  3. Cherry Pie (Jovonn BND remix) (6:32)
Review: Red D and San Soda's FCL project has previously scored a number of significant club hits, most of which dug deep in the crates for inspiration. There's a similarly retro feel about Lady Linn hook-up "Cherry Pie", which successfully fixes bold organ lines and short-but-sweet vocal snippets to a rolling, old school New Jersey house groove. Speaking of New Jersey, original NJ deep house producer Jovonn handles remix duties, delivering a warm, breezy, analogue-rich interpretation that drags the track closer to classic Nu Groove territory (think Bobby Konders, rather than the Burrell Brothers). It's a fittingly rich and melodious rework of a soon-to-be-popular club jam.
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Cat: WAXDIGITS 001. Rel: 04 Nov 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Fingerman - "Lennys Disco" (7:52)
  2. Late Nite Tuff Guy - "My Buffalo Girl" (6:43)
  3. Dr Packer - "Another Night" (6:12)
  4. Situation - "Thru The Mirror" (7:47)
Review: Hot Digits head honcho Fingerman now launches Wax Digits, bringing his killer re-edits to the vinyl format and inaugurates the series in great fashion by recruiting some homeboys and Aussie legends alike, such as DJ HMC under his Late Nite Tuff Guy guise; he edits the Malcolm McLaren classic on "My Buffalo Girl" for modern dancefloors. Perth drum and bass legend Greg Packer it seems has turned his deft hand to disco re-edits of late and "Another Night" is a great one of The Peech Boys classic on West End Records. Five Valleys collective Situation do pretty sweet remix of a certain Diano Ross classic on "Thru The Mirror.
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Ways Of The Sun (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: DPC 0711. Rel: 24 Jan 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Ways Of The Sun (Jimi Jules remix) (8:23)
  2. Ways Of The Sun (Peter Kruder Into The Black Hole remix) (7:22)
  3. Ways Of The Sun (Manuel Fischer remix) (8:38)
  4. Ways Of The Sun (Armitage remix) (6:43)
Review: Second time round for the much-loved "Ways Of The Sun", Frankey and Sandrino's 2015 collaboration with vocalist La Oberg. This time, there's no original mix to admire, but rather a quartet of fresh remixes. Jimi Jules steps up first, wrapping dubbed-out synth splashes and La Oberg's evocative vocal around a loose and languid dub disco-meets-deep house groove, before Peter Kruder re-imagines the track as an acid bass-propelled chunk of analogue deep house goodness. Over on side B, Manuel Fischer dishes up a sunrise-ready organic tech-house take while Armitage slams down a loopy and hypnotic peak-time revision that subtly builds throughout.
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Intérprete: Evan Michael
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Cat: OSV 061. Rel: 18 Jun 12
Soul
  1. Erma Franklin - "I Get The Sweetest Feeling"
  2. Laverne Baker - "I'm The One To Do It"
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Cat: CDRX 001 (DIMENSIONS). Rel: 17 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. K15 - "Rain Meditation"
  2. Lismore - "Biffa"
  3. FYI Chris - "Sugar"
  4. Ben Houghton - "Market House"
Review: Long celebrated as a hub for new producers to showcase their talents, CDR return to the releasing game in partnership with Dimensions Festival. Up and coming house heads K15 and FYI Chris reportedly invited Lismore and Ben Houghton to take part in this collaborative release, resulting in four tracks that wouldn't sound out of place soundtracking a balmy afternoon dance on the Adriatic Sea. Oozing quality and soul throughout, there's a distinctly laid back flavour to the house on offer across this release, although FYI Chris add a touch more bite with their grubby lo-fi synth lines on "Sugar".
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  1. Kode9 - "Pink Sham Pain Down The Drain"
  2. The Bug - "Siren"
  3. Dean Blunt - "Urban"
  4. Cooly G - "Mind"
  5. Inga Copeland - "I Am Your Ambient Wife"
  6. Lee Gamble - "DSM"
  7. Fatima Al Qadiri - "Shanxi"
  8. Ikonika - "Time/Speed"
  9. DJ Earl - "Hexagonic Sound"
  10. DVA - "Reach The Devil"
  11. Jeremy Greenspoon & Borys - "Gage"
Review: Take a look at the artists to grace the A-side of Decadubs 4 and you'll find a collection of names that have released some of this year's most talked about albums: Lee Gamble, Inga Copeland, The Bug and Fatima Al Qadiri. The B-side, however, hosts Hyperdub regulars like Ikonika and DVA, and the boss Kode9 of course, to more intriguing names like footworker DJ Earl and Jeremy Greenspoon & Borys who have previously released music on Dan Snaith's Jiaolong label. Dean Blunt also appears with a jazzy ambient cut, while Cooly G does the same with the sombre, vocal-driven "Mind".
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Cat: YA 005. Rel: 14 Jan 14
Deep House
  1. Afrodesia
  2. Your Love
  3. We Are
  4. Why Don't You (Josie Akers vocals)
Review: Having made a name for himself releasing on Dirt Crew, Outernational and the like, Ben La Desh now brings his ranging take on house music to Young Adults with a veritable spread of tones and styles up his sleeve. The EP kicks off with "Afrodesia", which piles the synth pop notes on heavy over a driving rhythm section in a wistful mixture caught somewhere between boogie and techno. "Your Love" follows up with a lounge-friendly diversion that gleefully loops up samples and hooks in a laid back re-edit style, while "We Are" takes that easy-going approach and works into a more searching piece of low slung house music. "Why Don't You" wraps the EP up with a sassy Chicago-esque jam that benefits from the soulful injection Josie Akers vocals bring to the table.
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Cat: PPR 007. Rel: 30 Nov 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Flowerhead (Cassy remix) (8:04)
  2. Flowerhead (Dana Ruh remix) (8:07)
  3. Flowerhead (2016 rework) (6:07)
Review: Swedish DJ and producer based in Berlin La Fleur is resident at local superclub Watergate, so sure knows what it takes to rock a dancefloor. "Flowerhead" was originally released in 2010 on her own Power Plant imprint and now gets a reprise by an all star cast. Starting off with another one of the city's leading stars; Panorama Bar resident Cassy, who provides a high octane rendition fuelled by some powerful arpeggios. The city's reigning queen of rolling house grooves Dana Ruh provides a very functional version, aimed for for DJ use as always. Finally, La Fleur herself delivers a a "2016 rework" to commemorate 10 years since the track's release: a true milestone in a very successful career thus far.
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Cat: MAS 019. Rel: 14 Mar 18
International
  1. Me Voy Pa' Porce (4:09)
  2. Pistola (4:45)
Review: New wave cumbia and Afro-Latin vibes from La Misa Negra: a seven-piece band from Oakland, California. On stage, they deliver an electrifying performance that explodes with infectious dance grooves and punk rock energy, powered by horn and accordion-driven riffs, a fierce rhythm section and a vintage inspired sound. On the strength of their wild and unique shows, they have gained a reputation as one of the most exciting live bands to emerge from the Bay Area in recent years, garnering a diverse fan base that transcends musical, cultural, and generational divides. From the sweltering bossa vibes of "Me Voy Pa' Porce" to the scorching Afro-jazz of "Pistola" which is reminiscent of the legendary Cal Tjader - these guys are one to watch in 2018.
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Freedom (7")
Cat: FSR 7082. Rel: 18 Sep 14
Funk
  1. Freedom (feat Jack Tyson-Charles)
  2. Clean Living Under Difficult Circumstances
Review: Neo soul evangelist Adam Gibbons - aka Lack Of Afro - is back with the euphoric, cathartic release of "Freedom", a retro jam that totally evokes the hazy Easy Rider age of American funk rock, featuring the talents of Jack Tyson-Charles. "Clean Living Under Difficult Circumstances" meanwhile is a riot of Blow Up-era Swinging Sixties vintage funk - both cuts are highly recommended.
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Cat: BC 037. Rel: 22 Mar 17
Soul
  1. Underneath My Feet (2:36)
  2. Guilty (3:34)
Review: Nicole "Lady" Wray has reinvented herself in recent years, swapping the contemporary, radio-friendly '90s R&B of her youth for a sound heavily influenced by vintage, 1960s and '70s soul and funk. It's a blend that was explored on last year's superb Queen Alone full-length. The two tracks showcased on this 7" were both featured on that album. "Underneath My Feet" is particularly potent, with Wray offering a rasping, impassioned vocal that seems to soar above the triple-time backing track. "Guilty", with its sweet guitars, harmony backing vocals and rock solid funk breakbeat, sounds a little like some of Sharon Jones' more poignant moments.
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And Dance (1-sided 12")
Cat: SF 1. Rel: 11 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. And Dance (14:07)
Review: Sharif Laffrey is something of an unheralded hero of the underground Detroit scene. Active since the halcyon days of the mid-90s Motor City rave movement, his sporadic releases are rarely less than superb (as those who copped last year's radical, thrillingly wayward acid house mutilation of Pet Shop Boys "Always On My Mind/In My House" will attest). The single-sided "And Dance" is another delightfully wonky epic; a 14-minute fusion of chopped-up Italo-disco loops, rising and falling acid lines and heavily manipulated spoken word vocals. There are multiple stops, starts, breakdowns, drops and build-ups, with Laffrey subtly building up the pressure via waves of wonky Motor City electronics throughout. There aren't many of these around, so act fast if you want to secure a copy.
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Hutch (12")
Cat: MISTRESS 010. Rel: 02 Jul 18
Techno
  1. Hutch (6:30)
  2. Play Your Games (5:50)
  3. Ceremony (6:13)
  4. Tonight We Land (5:45)
Review: American expat in Berlin Lando has been quite the success story. Since moving to the German capital several years ago, he's been a regular fixture on the local circuit, praised for his energetic DJ sets and great releases for the likes of Hotflush and his own Myth Music imprint. Fast forward to 2018, the California native releases his next killer on DVS1's always reliable Mistress with four functional cuts on the Hutch EP. They take their cues from house and techno and somewhere in between. From the emotive title track, the fierce rhythmic jack of "Ceremony" or the deepy hypnotic DJ tool "Tonight We Land" calling to mind the early sounds of Robert Hood's M-Plant.
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Cat: MR 08. Rel: 25 Jul 16
Deep House
  1. Something To Tell You (8:23)
  2. Loved Him So (5:28)
  3. No Good (7:13)
  4. In The Dark (6:06)
Review: Following a brief hiatus, DVS1's Mistress Recordings label returns with its' first release of 2016. Something To Show You is an expansive, two-part E.P fron Nick Lapien, the Dutch producer who has previously impressed with solo 12" singles under his surname on Bliq and Finale Sessions, along with work as Metropolis and part of Artefakt. There's much to enjoy on this first part, which sees Lapien deliver trippy, late night workouts that sit somewhere between ultra-deep house and Detroit techno. It's an atmospheric formula that works wonderfully, particularly on "Something To Tell You" - where bluesy vocal samples weave their way around a deep, locked-in groove - and the up-tempo bump of tech-house hustler "No Good".
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Loin Des Yeux EP (including Andres remix) (180 gram vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: FLUX 002. Rel: 15 May 17
Deep House
  1. Loin Des Yeux (5:44)
  2. Acid Devotion (5:13)
  3. Loin Des Yeux (Andres remix) (5:14)
  4. Good Inside (5:46)
Review: Following a 12" from Shedbug, Flux Records rolls around for a second helping with assistance from rising French producer Laroze. The young artist wears his influences on his sleeve, channeling the spirit of all eras of the Motor City into his soul-soaked tracks, not least on first track "Good Inside." "Loin Des Yeux" is a more contemporary house jam with woozy pads and samples aplenty from the Think break upwards. "Acid Devotion" meanwhile takes a break from Detroit to whip up a 303-laced storm, and then Andres comes on board to drop some authentic Midwestern charm over "Loin Des Yeux".
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Cat: DYNAM 7008. Rel: 23 May 18
Funk
  1. The Burg (Pittsburgh PA) (3:31)
  2. Happy Bicentennial USA (3:35)
Review: Larry Grant McGee is little more than a footnote in musical history, releasing the sum total of two seven-inch singles between 1976 and 80. Both, as any serious collector will tell you, are brilliant and - in the case of debut "The Burg (Pittsburgh PA)" - incredibly hard to find. Happily, Dynamite Cuts has given that release a new lease of life thanks to this much-needed reissue. The title track remains a fine slice of hazy, sunshine-friendly West Coast goodness that sits somewhere between Steve Miller Band, Steely Dan and groovy contemporaneous soul, with McGee's glistening jazz guitar solos heightened the baked, loved-up feel. Turn to the flip for "Happy Bicentennial USA", a celebratory tribute to his nation's 200th birthday that's as warm and delicious as they come.
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Cat: STUDR 041. Rel: 14 Jun 18
Dub
  1. Understand What Black Is (Mala remix) (4:39)
  2. Understand What Black Is (Mala instrumental mix) (4:38)
  3. Understand What Black Is (Dego & Kaidi remix) (3:56)
  4. Understand What Black Is (Dego & Kaidi instrumental mix) (3:58)
Review: Anyone with even the most rudimentary knowledge of hip-hop history will tell you that the roots of rapping can be traced back to the early '70s spoken word albums of The Last Poets. It's because of this that the collective's recent album, Understand What Black Is (their first for nearly two decades), was such a big deal. Here the title track is given the remix treatment. Mala handles the A-side, delivering vocal and instrumental passes that re-cast the track as a skanking, dub-wise excursion full of ricocheting electric piano notes and suitably heavy bass. 2000 Black main men Dego and Kaidi Tatham take a more up-tempo approach on the flip, wrapping the Poets conscious vocals and instrumentation around their own fizzing broken beat rhythms, jazz-funk chords and darting electronics.
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Tusk Wax 11a (hand-stamped limited 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: TW ELEVENA. Rel: 24 Jun 13
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Glamour Thing
  2. Tipping the Gulf
  3. Tipping the Gulf (Jamie Blanco remix)
  4. Beholden (part 1)
Review: After appearances in the last 12 months across World Unknown, Let's Play House, Endless Flight and Futureboogie, Geordie trouble starters Last Waltz add Tusk Wax to their canon of labels with the first of two releases. The usual hand stamped, individually numbered, weighty 180g vinyl factors are present and correct yet there's still room for the concluding chapter in the sleeve. The thrusting, lusting "Glamour Things" isn't shy, pairing motorboat arpeggios with satisfyingly weighty drums, whilst the detuned "Tipping the Gulf" tumbles along with a certain lopsided glee. An accompanying Jamie Blanco remix ramps up the original's lead synths with decidedly epic cosmic results, whilst "Beholden (Part 1)" sees Last Waltz play with the work of Foals in calming, cosmic fashion.

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Cat: TUFF 006. Rel: 26 Nov 14
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Get It Right
  2. Love Is
  3. Feelin' Good
  4. Dance Shout
Review: A home strictly for the tuffest cuts from the tuffest guy since last year, the Tuff Cutt label returns with a sixth grip of edits from Australia's finest exponent, Late Nite Tuff Guy. One of the country's true pioneers of house and techno under his previous House Master Cam guise, Carmelo Bianchetti has enjoyed a second wind as edit machine Late Nite Tuff Guy. Any jobbing selector that dips between house and disco will find these four cuts more than useful, featuring perfectly calibrated revisions of Aretha Franklin, Diana Ross, Revelations and The Jacksons. The latter take on "Shake Your Body (To The Ground)" is guaranteed to rescue any dancefloor.
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Cat: TUFFRSD 010. Rel: 05 May 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Hold Tite (6:25)
  2. I Don't Like Acid (6:16)
  3. One Nite In A Disco (6:10)
  4. Shelter Me (7:20)
Review: Late Nite Tuff Guy bursts through RSD 2016 with a hot selection of disco-flavoured house chuggers, and we'd been waiting on a comeback from both the dude and label - all boxes ticked from our side. "Hold Tite" is the perfect summer blazer, all luscious vocals and dripping beats, and "I Don't Like Acid" takes that same soulful spirit but strips the groove right down to a bopping little rhythm that is likely to be enjoyed by both hip-hop and house fans alike. The flip's "One Night In A Disco" is a sample-heavy, string-infused floor-melter, whereas "Shelter Me" goes all balearic and feet-up - the perfect lounge cut.
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Tuff Cut #001 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: TUFF 001. Rel: 07 Mar 13
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Bless The Rains
  2. My Body's On Fire
  3. Not In Love Anymore
Review: If you want hugs on the dancefloor deep into the night, Late Night Tough Guy's (formally DJ HMC) "Bless The Rains" is the perfect drug. The Adelaide based luminary rehashes Toto's "Africa" in a heavily pitched down and simple edit fit for any fromage-laced discotheque. Skirting around the throbbing bassline and triangle hits of "My Body On Fire" is a vocal that will have some train-spotters pulling their hair out in frustration, while "Not In Love Anymore" will have both Warren G/Nate Dogg and Michael McDonald fans bumping and grinding to excess.
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The Garden Of The Hesperides (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: S4AW 015. Rel: 17 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Paramaribo Calling (Lounge mix) (4:41)
  2. The Garden Of The Hesperides (5:42)
  3. Paramaribo Calling (8:02)
Review: San Laurentino (real name Lorant Talpai) first appeared on London's Electric Minds back in 2010 and has since appeared on top labels such as Mathematics, Let's Play House and Live At Robert Johnson. Like the latter, Smile For A While is a Frankfurt Am Main based imprint devoted to old-school house. That being said, there's a timeless quality to Talpai's new release. From the deeply hypnotic tones of "Paramaribo Calling" (Lounge mix) awash in celestial pads, FM synthesis and those gorgeous kalimba melodies, the new age deep house of "The Garden Of The Hesperides" that's powered by those emtove breakbeats and the original version of "Paramaribo Calling" reminiscent of the legendary Vangelis Katsoulis.
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Intérprete: Benjamin Fröhlich
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Tiptoe (7")
Cat: LT 085. Rel: 08 May 18
Deep House
  1. Tiptoe (DJ Spinna Galactic Soul remix) (4:36)
  2. Tiptoe (3:33)
Review: Trevor Lawrence Jr impresses us on a constant basis, with his debut album paving a new way for funk and soul music all around the world, subtly swinging to the delicate touch of deep house at its core. This time, however, the imprint is Local Talk, and they've decided to release the "Tiptoe" single onto glorious 7", a format which is perfect to showcase its slow, meandering waves and delightfully seductive vocals; there's a DJ Spinna remix, on top of Lawrence's magnificent single, with the experienced producer coming through smooth and effective thanks to some elegant beat-work and plenty of soulful vibes. Killer!
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Cat: RK45 043. Rel: 03 Feb 11
Funk
  1. Roof Top Sugar
  2. I Ain't Going Nowhere
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Cat: IMAGENES 080V. Rel: 28 Jun 18
International
  1. Crie Sua Realidade (feat Matheus Nova) (4:26)
  2. Pasilda (feat Angie Rincon) (6:00)
  3. Tambor Urbano (3:33)
  4. Cumbanchero (feat Graham Mushnik) (4:40)
  5. Vuelo Del Condor (5:32)
  6. Manduco (feat Maria Rivas) (5:37)
Review: Juan Laya and Jorge Montiel pay homage to the heartland with this beguiling album. A deep trip up and down the amazon, hopping off as and when they see fit, the album sees them paying homage to Latin standards such as "Fruta Fresca" and "Manduco". Rebuilding them electronically with, no doubt, a fair few classic synths in the mix. From disco to blues with just a touch of Latin folk magic, it's yet another unique and vital trip from the Los Charly's Orchestra lads.
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Cat: IMAGENES 082V. Rel: 18 Oct 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Esta Musica (feat Andre Espeut) (6:24)
  2. Sabana (Pete Herbert remix) (6:09)
  3. Sabana (5:06)
  4. Vuelo Del Condor (Oyobi remix) (7:50)
  5. Semana Santa En Achaguas (6:03)
Review: Los Charly's Orchestra sorts Juan Laya and Jorge Montiel impressed earlier in the year with "Electropical", a set of sensuous re-imaginings of Latin standards in a synthesizer/drum machine style. This follow-up is equally as impressive. The sensual samba-boogie goodness of "Esta Musica", features the wonderful vocals of Andre Espeut, the delayed-laden Balearic-goes-Amazonian breeze of "Sabana", and the jazz-wise, percussion-rich brilliance of "Semana Santa En Achaguas". Elsewhere, Pete Herbert re-imagines "Sabana", a jaunty, synth-heavy chunk of Balearic nu-disco brilliance while Oyobi delivers a fine broken beat/synth-funk fusion version of "Vuelo Del Condor". Simply essential.
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Cat: IMGANENES 079. Rel: 19 Apr 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. My Way (6:22)
  2. Innermotion (feat Andre Espeut) (4:13)
  3. Innermotion (Balearic Boogie reprise) (4:53)
  4. The Boogie Is Back (feat Mikie Blak) (4:21)
  5. The Boogie Is Back (instrumental) (4:22)
Review: Los Charly's Orchestra's Juan Laya and Jorge Montiel collect a few of their finest butt-shakers and stamp them down on a big juicy 12 for all our boogie needs. "My Way", originally released last year, kicks off with smouldering, hip-slinking ease before the disco-tinged "Intermotion" gets the spotlight across two bass-slapping versions. Finally we glide back to 2015 for two takes on the sunny-side viber "The Boogie Mine". Blame it on the boogie...
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Intérprete: Juno Recommends Disco
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Cat: DFA 22591. Rel: 22 Jul 10
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. I Can Change (album version)
  2. I Can Change (Stereogamous remix)
  3. I Can Change (Stereogamous Inlovestrumental dub)
Review: After the indie discoisms of "Drunk Girls", LCD Soundsystem have plucked the gorgeous "I Can Change" from their superlative third album for single duties. The gloriously 80s synth overtones of the original are left intact on the accompanying remix and dub version from Aussie duo Stereogamus.

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Intérprete: Strangelove, I Love Disco!
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Slow Glass (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: LOOD 009. Rel: 14 Mar 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Nice (6:01)
  2. Candid (7:45)
  3. V1b1n' (3:32)
  4. Nttt8 (7:06)
Review: Light of Other Days is a Zurich based record label. After great releases previously by Miajica, label boss HOVE and ETHIMM, they now present this lush EP by label co-founder Le Frere. Slow Glass is not only the debut release by him, it is also a very personal diary of the last two years of his life. All four tracks are based on recordings, samples and ideas he collected while travelling the world. With this concept in mind, he tried to catch moments of his life without stripping them of their dynamic and evanescence. Retro tinted ambient journey's for fans of labels like Antinote, rich in celestial FM synthesis and saturated VHS quality offered up here for the most part, with the exception of the lively slow burning groove of "Nttt8" which closes out the EP in style.
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Intérprete: Lexx
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Far Behind The Line (limited 7")
Cat: EVENTLTD7 02. Rel: 05 Dec 16
Techno
  1. Arnaud Le Texier - "Radar" (4:03)
  2. Staffan Linzatti - "Destination (Minutes)" (4:18)
Review: Brooklyn imprint Chronicle return with a high octane double header here courtesy of two stalwarts of the world techno circuit. First up, Frenchman in London Arnaud Le Texier (who you'd know of from his seminal mid noughties imprint multi.vitamins) appears first on the A side. He proves that he's always remaining on the genre's pulse as demonstrated on the tunnelling and hypnotic sci-fi groove of "Radar". On the flip, the bleeps continue with none other than Staffan Linzatti. The Swedish producer turns in another fine Jeff Mills tribute with "Destination (Minutes)" channelling the early vibes of the American legend's Axis/Purposemaker catalogue featuring adrenalised arpeggios, fierce 909 patterns and majestic pads.
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Split EP 7 (12")
Cat: COT 20. Rel: 20 Mar 18
Techno
  1. Arnaud Le Texier - "Ooze" (5:37)
  2. Arnaud Le Texier - "Le Gratteur" (5:38)
  3. Unbalance - "Warehouse Tool 2" (6:11)
  4. Unbalance - "Warehouse Tool 3" (5:46)
Review: UK based French underdog Arnaud Le Texier returns on his Children Of Tomorrow imprint with a collection of fierce and functional cuts for clandestine warehouse parties. On the Spilt 7 EP, the label head honcho himself takes care of proceedings on the A side: with the tunnelling, mentalist epic "Ooze" that's perfect to take the punters further down the spiral, while the greyscale and textural mood of "Le Gratteur" calls to mind the sinister industrial experiments of Shifted's Avian imprint. On the flip, the reins are handed over to Russian producer Unbalanced - who hasn't been on our radar for a while, but we're certainly curious to hear what he's been up to since his stellar releases on his eponymous and Rebalance imprints. Indeed "Warehouse Tool 2 & 3" respectively do exactly what they say on the tin. These two seething, steely and austere cuts are perfect for maintaining the adrenaline levels on the dancefloor.
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Cat: LEAPR 0012. Rel: 08 Nov 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Similar Familiar (Ruede Hagelstein & Amin Fallaha remix) (7:02)
  2. Warsaw Street (Scuba remix) (8:21)
  3. Loose Life (Julien Bracht remix) (5:53)
  4. Remember (Thom Alt-J remix)) (3:31)
Review: There's been a fair amount of excitable online chatter about moody synthesizer fetishists Lea Porcelain, a duo from Frankfurt whose work sits somewhere between vintage minimal wave and clanking, modular electronica. Here, the pair has allowed a quartet of remixes to make merry with some of their most name-checked tunes. The headline attraction is arguably Scuba's alternately hypnotic, melodious and trippy broken techno take on "Warsaw Street", though Julien Bracht's doom-laden, lo-fi breakbeat interpretation of 2015 track "Loose Life" is arguably even stronger. Those looking for the ultimate in beat-less, wall-of-sound moodiness should check out Thom Alt J's inspired remix of "Remember".
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Cat: CITY 023. Rel: 22 Jul 11
Soul
  1. Anything You Want aka Any Way You Want
  2. Trust Me
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Cat: BRZ45 022. Rel: 20 Apr 15
International
  1. Rita Lee & Tutti Frutti - "Agora E Moda" (4:17)
  2. Pete Dunaway - "Supermarket" (4:52)
Review: Time for some Brazilian psychedelic boogie straight from 78. Erstwhile lead singer in Os Mutantes, with a personality thrice as big as the soaking wet bassline on "Agora E Moda", Rita Lee is no stranger to her motherland - even now. Flip for a huge soul injection courtesy of Pete Dunaway. Sounding English in every direction (from his name to his lyrics to the stunning, string-coated arrangement) he's actually Sao Paulo born and is a renowned multi-instrumentalist. Check this and you can tell in an instant. Stunning.
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Buck Shot (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LWK 4. Rel: 14 Sep 15
Deep House
  1. Buck Shot (5:40)
  2. Buck Shot (Matrixxman remix) (6:49)
  3. Mean 2 Me (6:13)
  4. Key 2 Me (5:18)
Review: The fourth installment in the Legwork Records saga sees label heads Lance DeSardi & Leopold come together under the artist moniker LEGWORK. For their first outing under the name they start with BUCK SHOT, a techno-soul chugger featuring a remix by the futurist himself, Matrixxman. On the flip, the boys go in for a straight-ahead killer with MEAN 2 ME and a more musical version of the same tune, KEY 2 ME.
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Intérprete: Ethyl
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Montpelier/Rumex (100 gram vinyl 10")
Cat: TIO S3. Rel: 16 Sep 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Montpelier (5:47)
  2. Rumex (6:19)
Review: Fresh from delving into his ambient side on the pastorally-enhanced "Loom Dream" album for Whities, Leif revives his self-manned Tio Series with another double-shot of delicate but impactful cuts outside the conventional slipstream of modern techno. The rhythms fall crooked, the synths trickle, bubble and cascade around the groove and the atmosphere remains humid and heady, especially on ear-snagging B-side "Rumex". "Montpelier" sports more explicit dubby flourishes and a spread of sonic flora and fauna in the middle distance that truly brings the track to life.
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Boe XXX (double 12")
Cat: BOE XXX. Rel: 17 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. Leif - "That Ice Cream Tune"
  2. Ben Boe - "Spectral Gate"
  3. Nick Lawson - "Wharf Aquatics"
  4. Life Recorder - "Butterflies"
  5. Reedale Rise - "Quadrex"
  6. John Shima - "Liberation"
Review: Having served for eight years as one of the most dependable outlets for deep, thought provoking house in the UK, Boe Recordings recently announced its plans to shut up shop, and it does so in style. Calling on regular artists as well as fresh talent, it's a perfect swansong that demonstrates just how much quality is to be found in the Boe back catalogue. Leif's "That Ice Cream Tune" is a hypnagogic slice of broken beat, while label boss Ben Boe gets into a dreamy 2-step state of mind. That's just the tip of the iceberg on this flawless double-pack from a label that will be sorely missed.
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Cat: DIRT 103. Rel: 08 Feb 17
Deep House
  1. Eyelids (5:29)
  2. Classy (6:35)
  3. In General (6:14)
  4. Midwinter (7:18)
  5. Apollo (6:49)
  6. Mine (3:55)
Review: Icelandic producer Felix Leifur made a big impression with his first EP for Dirt Crew, last year's The Sunday Club. This action-packed follow-up is, if anything, even more impressive. Over the course of six dusty, head-in-the-clouds cuts, you'll find skewed, effects-laden drums (think Theo Parrish crossed with Chaos In The CBD), alien chords, punchy jazz samples, J Dilla influences, sweaty percussive build-ups, fluid jazz-funk instrumentation, twisted R&B vocal cut-ups, and a serious amount of tape hiss. The result is a collection of tracks that shimmies between loose and groovy deep house, instrumental hip-hop goodness, and club-ready jazz-house heaviness. In other words, it's pretty darn tasty.
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Cat: NQ 002. Rel: 15 Feb 17
Drum And Bass
  1. In My Mind (feat IAMDDB) (5:14)
  2. Tender Love (feat Steo) (4:57)
  3. Park Hill (feat Jubei) (5:16)
  4. Bayview (feat Submorphics) (5:22)
Review: Back in the autumn, sometime Metalheadz regular Lenzman launched his own label, The North Quarter. Here he returns for a second outing, bringing with him a quartet of tasty tracks. IAMDDB lends a hand on the sweet, skittish and soulful opener "In My Mind" - all fizzing D&B breakbeats, tumbling piano lines and evocative vocals - before soul man Steo unfurls a heartfelt vocal on the similarly breezy "Tender Love". On the flip, you'll find the moody, urban-sounding D&B-rap roller "Park Hill" (which may or may not be a tribute to the infamously bleak Sheffield housing estate of the same name), and the jazzy D&B warmth of Subphonics' collaboration "Bayview".
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Intérprete: Rebel Soul
 in stock $9.87
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