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Juno Recommends Disco July 2021

Juno Recommends Disco

Juno Recommends Disco

Juno Recommends Disco July 2021
Doug Willis - "The Mighty Douglas" (Doug Godbizniss mix) (6:39)
Roland Wrightangle - "In Your Blood" (feat Darcus - Ron Basejam mix) (7:19)
Jakatta - "American Dream" (Atjazz remix) (7:20)
The Pockets - "Work It Out" (Dave Lee rework) (6:45)
Review: Dave Lee's Z Records continues to fly the flag for disco-tinged house, or house-tinged disco, from new school artists and old-school mainstays. One thing you can be sure of with music n this label is that it will be big, crowd-pleasing tackle that never forgets its roots. There is real religious rapture in the thrilling Doug Godbizniss mix of 'The Mighty Douglas' which gets the EP underway in fine style. After that is a sumptuous, string-laced house classic from Ron Basejam, a lush mix of the wonderfully ethereal 'American Dram' from lounge-y house don Atjazz and classy, hip-swinging vocal house bomb from Dave Lee himself.
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 in stock $14.36
Cat: TDRLTD 002. Rel: 13 May 24
Paul Johnson - "She Got On Me" (10:51)
Soul Central - "All This Love" (8:14)
Dominic Balchin - "Touch Of Jazz" (6:02)
Review: To our ears, Tropical Disco's recently launched TDR LTD sub-label has much more potential than its' parent, primarily because it focuses on original productions rather than housed-up re-edits. There's certainly plenty to set the pulse racing on the imprint's second release, starting with a new airing of Paul Johnson's 2004 cut 'She Got Me On', a cheery chunk of bouncy, sun-kissed house blessed with distinctively sparkling guitar sounds and a trademark lead vocal from the Chicago house veteran. Over on the flip, British scene stalwarts Soul Central (they of the much-loved 'Strings of Life' cover fame) deliver some beefy, Glitterbox style disco-house cheeriness, before rising star Dominic Balchin closes out the EP via accurately titled jazz-funk-goes-house number 'A Touch of Jazz'.
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out of stock $18.87
Cat: TSTDEDITS 6. Rel: 24 May 21
Hello My Love (5:40)
Baby Please Don't Go (Oooh No) (5:34)
Review: How Do You Are? has another serving of super edits from the long ruling and always crucial Too Slow To Disco series. This tidy twosome comes from La based maestro Luxxury who firstly works his magic on a funky, dubbed out and space age disco roller that hovers at an inviting mid tempo. It is grown up dance music to get down to with a classic melody and vocal samples to send those shivers down your spine. An AOR classic is under the scalpel on the flip with 'Baby Please Don't Go (Oooh No)' rolling deep and slow on lush strings and Balearic pads.
out of stock $19.41
Cat: FDSLP 014IBLUE. Rel: 24 May 21
Dimitri From Paris & Aeroplane - "Can't Get Enough" (feat Leela - Yuksek remix) (4:32)
Titeknots - "On My Mind" (5:00)
Black Hawks Of Panama - "Feel For You" (feat Bisi - Ron Basejam remix) (7:00)
Theo Kottis - "Seventies" (Theo Future Disco edit) (5:26)
Chevals - "All I Wanna Do Is Love You" (6:59)
New World - "Glances" (Future Disco vocal edit) (4:14)
COEO - "I Can Never Be Yours" (6:24)
Jex Opolis - "Listen To The Band" (6:21)
Kahwe - "All Day" (3:25)
Hustlers Convention - "Final" (Dr Packer remix) (6:44)
Gerd Janson & Jacques Renault - "Never Saw Never" (5:36)
The Showfa - "Joy" (Future Disco More Joy edit) (6:55)
Tommy Farrow - "Let's Just" (Jansons remix) (5:56)
Catz N Dogz & Gerd Janson - "Modern Romance" (6:53)
Emil Rottmayer - "L E V E L" (5:33)
Ekkah - "Wendy's Yard" (Gilligan Moss remix) (4:17)
Review: Since first emerging in 2009, Future Disco has marked itself out as one of this era's most essential disco labels. Its now long running Dance Club series is at volume 14 here with swathes of jubilant, feel good grooves that are designed to keep you dancing at home and happy on the move until that moment we can all be together again in real clubs. Sean Brosnan is the man who has once again compiled this one and he ticks off everything from glossy cosmic dazzlers to retro-inspired 80s gems and plenty in between. Dimitri From Paris, Dr Packer, Gerd Janson, Aeroplane and more all make the cut.
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out of stock $31.11
Cat: ES 002. Rel: 17 May 21
Just Friends (5:51)
Party Together (5:48)
Your Smile (6:00)
Michigan Slide (6:03)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: After their Pimp Life EP kicked off proceedings last year, Soul Central are back on their very own Electric Shine label with more of that feel good house tackle they do so well. The duo have earned their stripes plenty over the years working with labels like Defected, and they're on searing form here as they whip up a sizzling disco fever with the oh-so-sweet 'Just Friends' and get deep into the groove with the synth-licked 'Party Together'. 'Your Smile' leans in on a truly sentimental vocal hook which will spread infectious positivity out amongst a crowd of party people, and 'Michigan Slide' nudges the heat up with some serious bass flex and bugging Rhodes chords.
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out of stock $9.03
Mark Brickman & Yam Who? - "Shined On Me" (feat Venessa Jackson) (7:30)
Wayfaring Strangers - "Get Your House In Order" (6:12)
Platinum City - "Holy Spirit" (7:35)
Yam Who? & Brian Lucas - "Yah Mo B There" (6:16)
Review: House music's roots are in the church and this new a celebratory various artist collection pays homage to that. The grooves are laced with soulful vocals, churchy chords and big strings that make for grand architecture and grander feelings of joy. Mark Brickman & Yam Who? open with a vocal gem that cannot help but bring a smile, while Wayfaring Strangers pump it up a little more with some funky disco house before Platinum City get you locked in a nice loose, long legged groove that is resplendent with lush keys and big vocal turns. 'Yah Mo B There' has an irresistible 80s vibe and big sing along choruses that will get hairs standing on end.
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 in stock $13.30
Cat: ART 003. Rel: 31 May 21
Steady On Now (10:20)
Not You Again? (11:33)
Review: The Gallery has these rare grooves up for auction, so they advise you to place your bid quickly. Spoken like true gallerists (or collectors?) this label has presented two previous displays of artistic editing that are still enigmatic to this very day, and their next one retains the high standard in artistic quality. On the A side of this 12' we have the low slung disco disco inferno of 'Steady On Now' packed with a vibrant brass section, cosmic synths and some fine guitar work. On the flip, you're in luck (what more can we say) on 'Not You Again' which has that classic Salsoul kind of vibe all the way, oh and that vocal - good times!
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 in stock $17.01
Cat: ISLE 012. Rel: 24 May 21
Every Brother Ain't A Brother (vocal mix) (7:26)
Every Brother Ain't A Brother (instrumental) (7:03)
Every Brother Ain't A Brother (Jura Soundsystem Special version) (12:07)
out of stock $14.62
Cat: LFM 004. Rel: 17 May 21
Let Me Love You (6:17)
Dub What You Wanna (6:39)
Do Me Baby (6:09)
Review: Loveface Music serves up its fourth instalment of unashamedly big vocal disco dazzlers. There is a carefree 80s joy to opener 'Let Me Love You' with its shiny, tooting chord sequences, stepping analogue baseline and lung busting vocals. 'Dub What You Wanna' takes a deep turn, with more subtle chords and a warmer bassline, but it is no less effective. The party starting three tracker then closes on a glossy high with cosmic synths, shooting star keys and a lush vocal harmony all driven along by a nice rugged bassline on the sumptuous 'Do Me Baby.'
out of stock $13.30
Cat: MNGVNL 001. Rel: 10 May 21
Etur Usheo - "Wo Ye Wa (Na Na)" (6:26)
Whatever Charles - "African Dialects" (5:10)
Ziggy Phunk - "Blues Grinder" (6:09)
So.undso - "Ultrashake" (5:49)
Review: Mango Sounds, a disco edits and disco-house imprint with a bulging, digital-only catalogue to its name, has finally decided to release a record. Predictably, there's plenty to savour on the Russian label's first wax outing. Etur Usheo gets proceedings under way in fine fashion with 'Wo Ye Wa (Na Na)', a fine fusion of sparkling nu-disco electronics, driving disco bass and African instrumentation/vocals, before Whatever Charles delivers a lolloping, house style re-rub of a funk-fuelled Afro-disco treat ('African Dialects'). Experienced re-editor and remixer Ziggy Phunk steals the show with vibraphone-laden, proto-house treat 'Blues Grinder', while So.undso's 'Ultrashake' is a celebratory disco-house stomper with added synth squelch.
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out of stock $10.63
Cat: UR 12400. Rel: 24 May 21
Back To The Streets (Flying Mojito Bros Refritos) (6:09)
Back To The Streets (5:02)
Back To The Streets (Flying Mojito Bros Refritos) (dub) (7:44)
Back To The Streets (Flying Mojito Bros Refritos) (radio edit) (3:41)
Review: So far spring has been a real wash out here in the UK. As this is typed, the drizzle has been falling non-stop for 12 hours. But as soon as the first few bars of these Flying Mojito Bros Refritos versions of Rudy Norman's 'Bacl to the Streets' play out, our mood is lifted. There is sunshine b the lush keys, warmth in the bass and feel good groove in the gentle rhythms. The original is included and has a more angular and arts feel, while the dub is the most cosmic and rolling of the lot. You can always rely on Ubiquity for some sunny goodness
 in stock $9.03
Cat: BNG 001. Rel: 15 Feb 21
Believe In Love (4:00)
Forever In My Life (Schneller 7" edit) (4:07)
Review: A warm welcome back to everyone's favourite Berlin-based Canadian, exiled Ontarian Eddie C. He's in full-on, glassy-eyed Balearic disco mode on the A-side of this fine 45, his first of 2021. 'Believe in Love' is as luscious and warming as you'd expect, with the producer cannily combining sumptupus disco loops and pitched-up female vocal snippets with locked-in mid-tempo house beats and occasional energy-raising sample cut-ups. On the flip he takes his scalpel to Prince cut 'Forever In My Life', delivering a chugging, low-slung version that sounds like the Purple One jamming with Sottish loop-jammer the Revenge.
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out of stock $11.69
Krystyna Pronko - "Byles Jestes Bedziesz Moj" (Holiday 80 rework) (6:06)
Tubylcy Betonu - "Ye Ye Ye" (Holiday 80 edit) (5:57)
Rezerwat - "Zaopiekuj Sie Mna" (Holiday 80 rework) (6:20)
Formacja Niezywych Schabuff - "Centrum Wynalazkow" (Holiday 80 edit) (6:17)
Review: Warsaw duo Holiday 80 polish up versions of forgotten Polish songs. Their self titled EP for The Very Polish Cut-Outs marks the start of a new series of samplers, which will showcase native producers. In this case, The Very Holiday 80 Sampler EP features four new edits such as 'Byles, Jestes, Bedziesz Moj' a groovy Italo-ish re-interpretation of a 1987 song by Krystyna Pronko with some infectious steel drums. On the flip, 'Zaopiekuj sie mna' has a moody and slo-mo boogie down vibe, while an edit of 'Centrum Wynalazkow' shines bright in neon-lit glory.
out of stock $14.88
Cat: GAMM 157. Rel: 17 May 21
Still Good (6:00)
Body Moves (3:32)
People To People (5:10)
out of stock $12.49
Cat: NG 01RP. Rel: 20 Feb 23
Nuova Napoli (3:35)
Je Vulesse (4:47)
Ddoje Facce (4:19)
Disco Sole (4:25)
Stann Fore (4:10)
A Voce E Napule (3:32)
Parev' Ajere (4:33)
Review: On their debut album, 2016's the Tony Allen Experiments, Naples twosome Nu Guinea re-invented tracks by the legendary Afro-beat drummer as synth-heavy chunks of deep jazz-funk and nu-Balearica. For this follow-up - their first full length entirely made up of their own compositions - the duo serves up a set of jazz-funk, disco and boogie cuts rich in both their trademark colourful analogue synthesizer sounds and live instrumentation. It's a formula that guarantees a string of memorable highlights, from the sun-kissed peak-time brilliance of "Disco Sole" and rubbery, funk-fuelled "Je Vulesse" (a killer vocal number), to the wobbly downtempo trip of "A Voce E Napule" and Mizell Brothers fizz of closer "Parev Ajare", the album's most synthesizer-heavy cut.
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 in stock $24.73
Cat: TTSEV 002. Rel: 17 May 21
Humans (Pete Herbert dub) (4:34)
Humans (4:36)
Review: Justin Deighton, Pete Herbert and Leo Zero are the accomplished threesome behind the 7s Clash label. It is a project solely for the purposes of making tracks, remixes and edits to play at their own DJ residency, which goes down at the open air King Cross space of Two Tribes Campfire. It is Herbert who is on the buttons for this one with an edit of 'Humans' that has a tight bassline, shooting sci-fi synths and a buoyant groove for good time dancing. The original is a more slow and percolating tune with spoken word mutterings and cosmic jungle atmospheres.
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out of stock $10.90
Cat: PERMVAC 2231. Rel: 24 May 21
Beam Me Up (5:23)
Beam Me Up (Perel remix) (5:24)
Beam Me Up (Krystal Klear remix) (7:47)
Beam Me Up (Theo Kottis remix) (5:10)
out of stock $10.37
Cat: MCRC 001. Rel: 24 May 21
Disco Smoking (5:42)
Dawson Street (5:07)
Review: Mystical Circles Is a brand-new edit-focused imprint with its eyes firmly on the dancefloor. The label's first missive comes courtesy of Island Times Deejay, a DJ/producer/re-editor previous best known for his DJ mixes, which were uniformly full of obscure, hard-to-find disco gems. We have no idea what the source material is for either of the edits here, but they sound like Caribbean disco records. 'Disco Smoking' is unfeasibly heavy, driving and stomping, with mazy horn solos, jazzy funk guitars and hazy vocal snippets riding a booming bassline and sweaty, non-stop drums. 'Dawson Street' is a more relaxed, and rubbery affair, albeit one rich in chiming melodies, spacey synth solos, winding sax lines and elastic bass guitar. As the Welsh would say: tidy!
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out of stock $14.09
Cat: JWTWN 03. Rel: 17 May 21
Track 1 (4:56)
Track 2 (5:15)
Track 3 (4:31)
Track 4 (5:27)
Review: Next up in the series, we debut a powerful dose of 4 essential floor killers that have been reimagined by one of the baddest DJs we've ever witnessed. Grab them while you can, these are limited & with no repress in sight!
out of stock $12.22
Cat: EXS 006. Rel: 10 May 21
Always There (3:51)
Comin' Over Me (3:47)
Review: Destination 78/79: Expansion take us deep into the illustrious back cat of revered boogaloo fusionist Willie Bobo for two of his many fiery delights. Side A is his feel-heavy cult instrumental take on Ronnie Laws' disco classic "Always There" while Side B throws us into the heart of his 1979 album Bobo with gutsy raw soul power (and just a few cheeky funk slap bass twangs for good measure) Two stone cold classics together for the first time on 45.
 in stock $10.37
Cat: MS 490. Rel: 10 May 21
Sixty-Nine (HP Vince remix) (6:08)
Brooklyn Beats (2:14)
Change Position (88) (Dr Packer 2021 re-edit) (6:33)
Review: 'Spank' by Jimmy Bo Horne shouldn't really need much in terms of introduction. It was an essential DJ tool from back in disco's glory days of '79. Brooklyn Express in '81 created a handy dub of it retitled 'Sixty Nine', with a version on the flip titled 'Change Position 88'. 30 years later, High Fashion Music have tapped Dutch disco stu HP Vince for a respectful edit here, while western Australian dance music veteran Greg 'Dr' Packer (Glitterbox, M2MR, Salsoul) serves up the killer 'Change Position (88)' 2021 re-edit - lending his midas touch as always.
out of stock $15.68
Cat: TVPCX 1X. Rel: 10 May 21
Przyzwyczajamy Sie (Tamten version) (7:58)
Battyk (Freux remix) (5:24)
Moje Miejsce (DJ Kurkuma remix) (4:39)
Kiedy Jestes Blisko (Pejzaz remix) (5:08)
Blask (4:40)
out of stock $12.75
Cat: MUTABLE 04. Rel: 10 May 21
Track 1 (7:18)
Track 2 (5:50)
Track 3 (5:03)
Track 4 (3:55)
Track 5 (3:26)
out of stock $11.43
Cat: RO 001. Rel: 17 May 21
Sassy Style (6:01)
Sassy Style (Red Greg 45 edit) (4:22)
out of stock $11.97
Cat: AOTNLP 031. Rel: 30 Jan 23
Peter Huntingdale - "Rocking You Eternally" (3:43)
Christine Lewin - "Juicy Fruit" (3:57)
Pure Silk - "Don't Let Love Get You Down" (4:20)
Al Charles - "Outstanding" (5:47)
Karen Dixon - "I Want To Be Free" (6:06)
George Posse - "Touch A Four Leaf Clover" (feat Toyin Adekale) (4:23)
Misses Misty - "Mellow Mellow Ride On" (8:44)
Trevor Hartley - "The Look In Your Eyes" (4:39)
Family Love - "Do Me Baby" (5:22)
Michael Prophet - "Body Fusion" (3:42)
Michael Gordon - "What You Won't Do For Love" (4:51)
Simplicity - "For The Love Of You" (5:32)
Review: Edinburgh's Athens Of The North label is endlessly flawless and this time around they pull together the special lovers rock covers they put out at the end of last year onto a superbly strong 12 track compilation. It arrives just in time for the warmer months and has been curated by Sam Don and overseen by label boss Euan Fryer. Standouts include Christine Lewin's lush take on the heavily sampled "Juicy Fruit" while the lo-fi bliss of Al Charles's "Outstanding" is another one to swell the heart and sooth the soul. For more sentimental moments check Family Love's "Do Me Baby." Overall, though, this is a must buy.
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out of stock $29.25
Cat: KMPN 008PINK. Rel: 17 May 21
Turn Me Loose (4:32)
Into My Eyes (4:32)
out of stock $12.49
Cat: OA 03. Rel: 10 May 21
Big Foot - "Watch Your Step" (10:31)
Sehrazat - "Sevemedim Karagozlum" (4:53)
Leb Harmony - "Feeling Love" (8:39)
Jean Musy - "Danse Dans Le Cabaret" (4:27)
Review: After two sold out first volumes, Obscure & Obsolete are back with a third instalment in their new series. It might have been a while year since the last outing but the wait was worth it as these latest edits are on fire once again. Big Foot's 'Watch Your Step' is a funky disco gem with live drumming and loose perc, then Sehrazat goes for a tighter arrangement that reaches to the stars with its big synth work. The flip-side offers steamy, loved up and intense tackle from Leb Harmony, and there is still time for the jazz licks and clipped disco funk of Jean Musy's 'Danse Dans Le Cabaret.'

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out of stock $16.75
Cat: CCR 001. Rel: 17 May 21
Feelings (4:35)
Current Overdrive (3:51)
Velocity Cop (6:00)
Vanity Heights (4:58)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Manchester label Coral City is a brand new affair that launches with a standout first EP. It comes from N&W who have been on a long hiatus but show they have lost none of their skill in the meantime. Their vintage analogue sound is pure and joyful, with nods to old school Italo as well as classic French touch. The rugged beats do their thing below majestic synth work that is sweet, crystalline and catchy. The cosmic chord progressions on each track help take you higher and on this booty shaking evidence this is sure to be a label to watch.
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out of stock $7.44
Hotmood - "Easy Way To Groove" (6:08)
Jkriv - "Sunshine" (7:21)
Pete Herbert & Dicky Trisco - "Summertime Dub" (4:47)
Igor Gonya - "Habibidisco" (5:01)
Clean Is Good - "Keep You Burning" (5:26)
out of stock $11.97
Cat: BB 11. Rel: 21 Dec 20
JKriv & Dicky Trisco - "Mae Do Mar" (7:52)
Bernardo Pinheiro - "Xango" (6:40)
Review: The 11th Barefoot beats is another hugely effective disco 12" with two well purposed cuts. JKriv & Dicky Trisco link up first for 'Mae Do Mar,' a tune that has you dreaming of warmer climes, sandy beaches and sunny skies. It's an airy cut with a tropical percussive line, hints of Latin flair and breezy vocals. Flip it over and the temperature goes up a notch - Bernardo Pinheiro's 'Xango' is a superbly soulful and heartwarming groover. The chords are draped elegantly over the busy funky bass and the vocals are chants that draw your attention and get you in a trance.
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out of stock $11.17
Cat: LIVE 006. Rel: 31 May 21
Larry's Bomb (5:31)
Look What You Do (5:18)
out of stock $11.97
Cat: IJR 004. Rel: 31 May 21
Pana Rejam (6:54)
India Rejam (6:21)
Wanna Dance? Rejam (7:01)
Yam Sallam Rejam (7:02)
Review: Berlin characters Delfonic & Kapote (who run the Toy Tonics and Kryptox labels) are behind the Illegal Jazz series, which his actually all about re-fixing disco tinged, funk licked sounds from the 1970s. They are all repackaged for modern dance floors, with hefty drums next to the wild expressive synth sounds and still futuristic electronics. 'India Rejam' is packed with playful sounds and off-beat funk, 'Wanna Dance? Rejam' is a retro-future rattler with the sound of spacecrafts taking off next to tight rhythm sections and 'Yam Sallam Rejam' is led by some huge sax lines that bring a steamy quality to the club.
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out of stock $13.03
Cat: PBEV 002. Rel: 24 May 21
MDSE (5:09)
ADNY (5:56)
out of stock $11.69
Cat: TDCHUMS 002. Rel: 24 May 21
Ra Beat (6:20)
Bertini (5:04)
Kamboja (5:59)
Forest Dance (4:29)
Review: If you like eccentric sounds and big camp disco grooves then this playful number from Drum Chums is perfect. Plastic Bamboo is the man behind it and has ten years drumming expense behind him as well as years living in Manchester before moving to Paris. He has DJed all over Europe and is an edit maestro who has worked with the Good Plus while always digging deep in whatever creates he can find. Here he mixes up Italo, Balearic, slow synth jams, R&B and proto-house into the most charismatic and expressive EP we've heard for a while.
out of stock $11.17
Cat: SPITTLE 107LP. Rel: 10 May 21
Probleme d'Amour (4:25)
Computer Sourire (4:55)
Dance Boy Dance (5:10)
Hola Macci Kola (4:41)
Ce N'est Q'un Debut (4:02)
Afrikan Kola (5:19)
 in stock $18.87
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