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Cat: TIEF 013. Rel: 12 Jul 17
Deep House
  1. Axel Boman - "We Are The Keys" (6:44)
  2. Mark E - "Jungle UFO" (6:48)
  3. Mr Beatnick - "The Witching Hour" (7:09)
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Cat: NEEDW 037. Rel: 01 Nov 14
Deep House
  1. Kim Ann Foxman - "Hypnotic Dance" (Nicholas remix) (6:54)
  2. James Fox - "Holding On" (The Revenge remix) (4:53)
  3. Mark E - "We Could Love" (Mark E Sadness Of Yesterday remix) (6:20)
  4. Maxxi Soundsystem - "Make Or Break" (Urulu remix) (6:50)
Review: The lads and lasses behind the Needwant label are getting generous in their old age. This 12" sampler for their 5th anniversary compilation, for example, comes with a code to download not only the fresh remixes presented here, but also the 19-track collection itself. The material here is predictably strong, with Urulu's murky, spacious and stripped back take on Maxxi Soundsystem's "Make Or Break" vying for "top dog" honours with The Revenge's strobe-friendly, nu-disco-goes-vintage house revision of James Fox's "Holding On". Elsewhere, Mark E provides a typically woozy, deep and melodious rework of his own "We Could Love", while Nicholas turns Kim Ann Foxman's "Hypnotic Dance" into a "Good Life" style '89 house anthem.
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Cat: BK 004. Rel: 16 Apr 13
Deep House
  1. Crossing Paths
  2. R-Type
Review: The Bokhari label has stood out thus far with its three releases offering both a diverse approach to the art of deep house and some truly stunning sleeve design. Having provided a remix to the label's first release from Siafu, Mark E makes his full debut for Bokhari with the Crossing Paths 12" which comes with some distinctive What's That Noise? cover art from illustrator Ian Stevenson. If you've been keeping apace with Mark E's recent output on his own Merc label then you'll know what to expect here, with the lead track a bristling slow and intense techno bomb dominated by the producer's smart keyboard interplay. On the flip "R-Type" is a more motorik affair, it's chugging groove constantly ascending through waves of layered synths with a sense of hope.
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Cat: RB 044. Rel: 30 Oct 13
Deep House
  1. The Kings Heath
  2. Siren FX
  3. Midland Nights
  4. Black Country Roots
Review: Mark E has a rich history with Gerd Janson's Running Back label, issuing a series of records over an intermittent period that includes one of the Midlands born producer's most memorable edits in the shape of "Slave 1". After an absence of some three years where Evetts has released a debut LP and started his own label, Black Country Roots signals his return to the Running Back catalogue. Described as "a tribute to the UK's Black Country and an ode to the Industrial Revolution" the four tracks here nonetheless build and bump in a fashion that will please Mark E fans. The way the organ is introduced on lead track "The Kings Heath" is particularly charming, whilst those looking for a dramatic set opener are well served with the self explanatory "SirensFX".
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Cat: MERC 009. Rel: 01 May 12
Techno
  1. Snow Walker
  2. Environment
Review: Mark E has been in fine form of late, remixing everyone from Boys Noize to Mic Newman and returning to last year's excellent debut album Stone Breaker to rework one of its highlights. His Space Dub of "Oranges" works as a neat prelude to the sounds explored here on the ninth release on his own Merc imprint; the same sort of piston-heavy rhythms at play there are driving "Snow Walker" on this 12". Sounding as if Evetts has compressed a forgotten soul classic beneath the weight of the rhythmic textures that lay thick at the core, this is an excellent example of highly pressurised slow techno that still has soul. On the flip, a computerised female vocal adds only a vague hint of humanity to "Environment", a lolloping hunk of industrial machine funk with rusted textures scraping away at a desolate soundscape with worrying rhythmic aplomb. Listening to this makes "RnB Junkie" seem like an all too distant memory.
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Intérprete: Cottam
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Oranges (12")
Cat: SPECTRAL 107. Rel: 16 Apr 12
Deep House
  1. Oranges
  2. Oranges (Space dub)
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Cat: NEEDW 022. Rel: 22 Jun 12
Deep House
  1. We Could Love (feat Robert Owens - vocal)
  2. We Could Love (instrumental)
Review: While Mark E is no stranger to Needwant, having remixed Massimiliano Pagliara for the label back in 2010, We Could Love marks the debut proper for the Midlands producer on Sean Brosnan's label. As you'd expect from a cut featuring the immediately recognisable tones of Robert Owens, "We Could Love" is Evetts going full blown house, expanding on the themes explored on last year's Stonebreaker LP and embracing a non sample based sound with gleeful results. Based around that thickly pulsing bass line and Owens' breathy yet understated vocals, the track's other elements take on a subtler role, with chords chiming in at well placed moments and the rhythms never slipping past ripple status. One of those tracks that feels just right, Needwant mercifully eschew the temptation for perfunctory remixes!
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Avion EP (12")
Cat: SPC 127. Rel: 12 Nov 14
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Molyneaux
  2. Avion Central
  3. Bog Dance (Alvin Aronson remix)
  4. Being Hiding (Laszlo Dancehall remix)
Review: After a few recent dalliances with UK labels like Futureboogie and Needwant, Mark Evetts answers the Spectral Sound call and returns to the Ghostly Intl offshoot with the sublime Avion EP. Eschewing the chance to merely repackage material from his LP for Ghostly earlier this year, Avion actually features two new productions from the Midlands house don and is ably backed by remixes from White Material's Alvin Aronson and Lazlo Dancehall. Both "Molyneaux" and "Avion Central" are quite wonderful, less concerned with gripping a dancefloor as gripping your headspace. On the flip, cuts from the Mark E LP are reworked by Aronson and Lazlo Dancehall pair Leon Vynehall and Christian Viers, with the former's take on "Bog Dance" coming across like a subaqueous Galcher instrumental. Nice work Spectral Sound!
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Emergency (12")
Cat: ESP 025. Rel: 13 Mar 15
Deep House
  1. Laurentian Abyss (9:47)
  2. Emergency (8:39)
Review: In recent times, Mark E seems to have been returning to his disco and Balearic roots, albeit whilst retaining the stretched-out deep house vibe with which he's most famous for. It's little surprise, then, to see him blending the sun-ripened goodness of the Mediterranean with his usual attention to groove on this double A-side delight for Lovefingers' formidable ESP Institute imprint. "Laurentian Abyss" is particularly enchanting, with muted steel drums and a touch of accordion offering a focal point for a jaunty, Latin-influenced house groove and dreamy pads. "Emergency" continues the rush-inducing feel of the A, with chiming melodies and starburst chords riding a thickset, synthesizer-heavy deep house rhythm.
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Cat: SPECTRAL 122LP. Rel: 23 Apr 14
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Kultra Kafe
  2. Persia
  3. Smoke
  4. Being Hiding
  5. Bog Dance
  6. Myth Of Tomorrow
  7. Eganix
  8. Image
  9. Leaving Osaka
Review: Three years on from his debut album Stone Breaker, Mark E returns with a second long player for Ghostly offshoot Spectral Sound that finds the house producer look to his homeland for inspiration. Product Of Industry takes it's name from Evetts upbringing in the UK industrial heartland of the West Midlands, and how the current global financial situation led to him losing his job, an occurrence which resulted in Mark E the producer "Here I am, a product of industry, both currently and historically" as the producer himself has stated. Musically, the nine tracks offer a considered development from Evetts debut album, and suggest he's eminently comfortable working within the confines of the all analogue hardware used to create Product Of Industry.
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E Work #1 (12")
Cat: MERC 020. Rel: 07 Jul 15
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Who Do You Believe In? (instrumental) (6:23)
  2. Who Do You Believe In? (vocal mix) (6:39)
Review: Mark Evetts, or simply known as Mark E under his production moniker, has certainly travelled the world throughout his house expeditions over the last ten years, stopping off at imprints such as Golf Channel, Spectral Sound and even Gerd Janson's Running Back. This time he's back on his own Merc outlet with a ricking one-tracker split in two different versions. The instrumental mix of "Who Do You Believe In?" takes over the A-side and it's a melodic house affair with plenty of synth goodness and low-end gluttony, whereas the vocal mix adds in some sultry female vocals to add a little bit of ambience and a whole load of soul. Beautiful.
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FORTHCOMING
Shelter
Shelter (12")
Cat: PR 20.
Techno
  1. Shake
  2. Shelter
  3. M-54
  4. Shinkansen
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Activity (12")
Cat: FBR 028. Rel: 23 Oct 14
Deep House
  1. Activity
  2. Night Heart
  3. Shapes
Review: It's nice to see Futureboogie Recordings expanding their repertoire. Here, they welcome old pal Mark Evetts to the roster, with the Birmingham-born producer delivering a pleasingly intoxicating trio of tracks. A-side "Activity" picks up where his recent Product of Industry LP left off, with waves of analogue style synthesizers, Balearic chords and sparse melodies riding a chugging, arpeggio-heavy groove. "Night Heart" recalls Evetts' work on the E-Versions series, adding moody synths to a groove created from samples of Wings' end-of-night dub disco classic "Goodnight Tonight". Finally, "Shapes" sits somewhere between deep house chug and Balearic disco charm, with Evetts usual loops slowly building towards a spine-tingling climax.
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Ray Gun (12")
Cat: JISCO 006. Rel: 23 Jun 08
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Ray Gun
  2. Touch
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Deja Vu (12")
Cat: RB 005. Rel: 20 Oct 06
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Deja Vu
  2. Beat Down
Review: Disco edits are a bit of controversial subject at the moment, and anyone owning a personal record collection plus an impersonal computer can knock out a version of an old classic or the latest so called cosmic craze. Birmingham's Mark E is a different animal. His parents got him a reel-to-reel for a Christmas present when he was eight years old and together with his beloved razor blade (which he had to steal from his father's shaver) and a bit of glue, little Mark immediately started to edit all the tunes, his older brother religiously collected on recordings from legendary WBLS, New York. Seriously, his re-works of Womack & Womack's "Baby, I'm Scared Of You" and Tata Vega's "Give It Up For Love", seemed to have pushed the edit phenomenon to new levels, adding new elements to the production and that little uncertain niceness that separates the wheat from the chaff. A fact that led gentlemen like the mighty Gilles Peterson, Norman Jay (MBE), the dynamic Unabombers duo and Norway's Prins Thomas to champion released and unreleased Mark E productions and edits. With "Déjà vu/Beat Down", Running Back is very proud to present Mark E's first release that is not an edit, but an original production. Both tunes held their head up high to the loopy production aesthetic from previous adventures of the Birmingham boy (check Jiscomusic, please) and we all won't be able to live our lives without the Balearic bounciness of "Déjà vu" or the straight up and downtempo mesmerising "Beat Down". To put an end to that idle and silly promo talking now; listen to the music and always remember: guilty feet have got no rhythm!
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Cat: RB 025. Rel: 17 Aug 10
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Nobody Else
  2. Nobody Else (bonus beats)
  3. The Wolf
  4. The Siren
  5. The Endless Siren
Review: Yes! We've been eagerly anticipating for Mark E's return to Running Back since the news was announced a couple of months back. The five track Nobody Else EP is the producer's third release on Gerd Janson's always impressive imprint, and kicks off with the rolling tribal drums and cheeky cowbells that adorn the title track. Flip over for "The Wolf", which floats magnificently on the line between disco and house. A siren noise that is submerged deep beneath the rolling groove is soon brought to the fore on the two beatless tracks that round off another superb EP for the Brummie.

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Slave 1 (12")
Cat: RB 009. Rel: 23 Apr 08
Deep House
  1. Slave 1
  2. Pulse Friction
  3. Human
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Cat: SPECTRAL 103LP. Rel: 20 May 11
Deep House
  1. Archway
  2. Belvide Beat
  3. Quatro
  4. Got To Get Me There
  5. Deny This
  6. Black Moon
Review: Never have the words "hotly anticipated" been so apt. Ever since Ghostly International announced that they'd signed Mark E's debut album the hype has been steadily building. So is Stone Breaker any good? On the whole, yes. For starters, it's a very Mark E album. All the Wolverhampton producer's trademarks are present throughout - think loopy grooves, dark atmospheres, vaguely Balearic slow-house, sly disco samples and cute nods to long-forgotten Chicago house tracks. But there are also signs of development - see the ragging acid of "Belvide Beat" or the epic deep-jack of "Got To Get Me There" - and enough subtle changes of mood, tempo and melody to please all but the most cynical of critics.
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Escape (12")
Cat: VIB 001. Rel: 26 Nov 10
Deep House
  1. Escape
  2. Midnight Fires
  3. Escape (Roots Unit remix)
Review: Founded by the Roots Unit duo of Piers "Soft Rocks" Harrison and Chris Galloway with the mission statement of formulating another way to lose money alongside their vinyl and alcohol habits, the inaugural Vibrations release will prove very successful in doing anything but that. Formed of two heavily pressurised dancefloor moments from Mark E and an additional remix from Roots Unit themselves, this twelve proves to be an auspicious debut indeed. "Escape" throbs across the A Side with a compressed menace that the Merc impresario hinted at on his EP for Running Back. Ethereal vocal harmonies are slowly teased through the viscous mist of bassline frequencies before a heavy duty disco sample locks in and rides the groove out towards an shimmering finale. "Midnight Fares" flips the sonic script for a more spinal techno beatdown washed with phased vocal swirls and scattergun percussion that would make Four Tet jealous. Roots Unit end this fine release with their refix of "Escape" which turns the steam down via plenty of Basic Channel style dub technoisms.
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Smiling (12" promo)
Cat: JISCO 005. Rel: 07 Jun 06
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Smiling
  2. For Love
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The Day (12")
Cat: SPECTRAL 105. Rel: 18 Jun 11
Deep House
  1. The Day
  2. Special FX
  3. The Day (Prins Thomas remix)
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Scared (12" promo)
Cat: JISCO 003. Rel: 22 Sep 05
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Scared
  2. One Way (Your Way)
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Cat: FBR 041. Rel: 02 Mar 16
Deep House
  1. Basement Trax 1 (8:56)
  2. Basement Trax 2 (6:46)
Review: Mark E has spent the last few years re-tracing his loopy edit roots with the E Versions project, while exploring Balearic pastures with brother-in-law Nat Woodcock as Project E. Those who've always enjoyed his more peak-time productions will love this new two-tracker for Futureboogie, as it sees him applying his love of loop jams to suit darker, sweatier dancefloors. "Basement Trax 1" sets the tone, looping vintage, Twilo-era organ motifs over a tactile but chugging, nine-minute groove. "Basement Trax 2" is a little more musically expansive, with dreamy chords and similarly ear-catching organ motifs slowly building over a punchy house rhythm and undulating synth bassline.
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out of stock $12.16
Sky Horn (2xLP)
Cat: PR 09. Rel: 13 May 16
Deep House
  1. Sky Horn (11:45)
  2. Sky Horn (Happy Family remix) (7:50)
  3. Midnight Equatic (6:08)
  4. Midnight Equatic (Museum Of Love remix) (9:23)
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Cat: MERC 025. Rel: 08 Oct 18
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Twilight Fade (7:42)
  2. Quarttz (7:02)
  3. First Thing (8:37)
Review: Mark E, it's been a while... After a short break, the Wolverhampton wanderer returns behind the wheel of his Merc for his first three originals of the year. As always with Mark, they're a beguiling, hazy and dense brew of sounds, feelings and ideas; From the dusky introspection and unhurried twinkles of "Twilight Fade" right the way through to the juicy loopy bass bites that's harmonised by strange machine chirps on the title track finale "First Thing", it's clear Mark E is back and he's not budging from the driver's seat anytime soon.
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out of stock $8.73
Good Times (12")
Cat: INT 003. Rel: 18 Jun 08
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Good Times (original)
  2. Good Times (Prins Thomas Diskomiks)
  3. Good Times (Quiet Village remix)
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Cat: ROLLER 008. Rel: 06 Sep 12
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Ultracity - "Delta"
  2. Mark E - "Walk With Me"
  3. Prins Thomas - "Stockholm Express"
  4. Bogdan Irkuk aka Bulgari - "I Was On"
Review: Prins Thomas, Mark E, Bulgari and Ultra City all feature on Epic Disco Vol 2, the long overdue return to the twelve inch game from the Rollerboys imprint. Label supremos Ultra City aka Elias & Yourhighness open proceedings in excellent fashion with the resplendent "Delta" a richly rewarding exercise in effervescent Chicago house based around instantly uplifting piano tones and loose cascading Roland 707 patterns - instant dancefloor uplift guaranteed on this one. Merc boss Mark E follows with the deeper sounds of "Walk With Me" utilising a familiar vocal refrain amidst a musical arrangement that pairs subtle elements such as heart warming chords with the more intense synths. Flip over and Prins Thomas introduces a lesson in the art of infinite build via the primal, stripped down 303 jam "Stockholm Express" which has us rather excited for his forthcoming new album. Rollerboys regular Bulgari eases down the tempo to finish with a echo laden electro boogie future classic in the shape of "I Was On".
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