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Zamani
Zamani (12")
Cat: VIBR 024. Rel: 03 Nov 23
Zamani (Body mix) (6:21)
Zamani (Magic K dub remix) (5:01)
Zamani (Deep mix) (5:26)
Zamani (dub mix) (6:20)
Review: 49th Floor is a pseudonym for Stefano Curti from The True Underground Sound of Rome, originally applied to a sole 1992 release Night Passage. Vibraphone always do a fine job of folding time in on itself from these glory days of Italo house up to the present day, and so it feels natural for a new 49th Floor 12" to arrive despite more than 30 years since the last one. 'Zamani' comes on four different versions which give plenty of options to deep diving DJs, from the full-spectrum, pad-soaked propulsion of the 'Body Mix' to the raw acid throwdown of the 'Magic K Dub Remix', a straight up dreamy 'Deep Mix' and swirling, splashy 'Dub Mix'. The quality never dips, whichever twist in the tale you opt for.
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 in stock $15.10
Fusion To Illusion (B-STOCK)
Cat: SC 1243 (B-STOCK). Rel: 01 Jan 90
Review: ***B-STOCK: Creasing to corner of outer sleeve but otherwise in excellent condition***


The summer is almost here which means this is exactly the sort of record we want to be reaching for. It's a lush and tropical work of idealised disco grooves, deepest house, Balearic, smooth jazz and Mediterranean cool that cries out to be played loud while you sip on cocktails and dream of being somewhere utterly blissful and classy. Dreamy textures define each cut with nice fresh rhythms, glistening chords and lush melodies all sprinkled with delightful percussive detail. Big up to A Vision Of Panorama for serving up a beautiful album that is sure to soundtrack the warmest months of the year for many.
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 in stock $23.30
Pressure Dub
 in stock $15.10
I Got My Man
Cat: ATJ 013. Rel: 14 Sep 23
I Got My Man (M I T A remix) (6:16)
House Your Body (4:50)
I Got My Man (5:38)
Ooohh I Love It (4:59)
 in stock $14.82
Soul Of Life (reissue)
Cat: ONLY 24. Rel: 18 Mar 24
Soul Of Life I (6:34)
Soul Of Life II (5:54)
Soul Of Life III (5:02)
Review: ACME is Jerome Isma-Ae and WJ Henze and they first wrote their 'Soul Of Life' EP in 1998, back when tech house was still new and exciting. It was one of the genre's biggest tunes at the time and has remained ever popular in the years since for the way it draws on sped garage and techno for its vibes. This faithful reissue offers up the tune in three related but distinctive parts so that you have whatever you need at whatever point in the night you may be. We like 'Part II' with its more balmy and heady cosmic chords.
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Intérprete: Paul Starey
 in stock $14.82
New Life EP
Cat: TOYT 152. Rel: 12 Sep 23
Slide It In (6:30)
Space Skat N Dat (6:18)
New Life Livin (5:13)
Rough Sands (5:31)
Strollin Thru Barcelona (5:16)
Review: Atlanta's deep house don Kai Alce can do no wrong if you ask us. His own sets, productions and label are as good as it gets when it comes to this sort of sound. Here he steps away to fellow house hero Toy Tonics with a new 12" featuring his signature smooth grooves. 'Slide It In' will seduce any floor with its erotic sax lines and rolling drums. 'Space Skat N Dat' has lovely jazzy chord work over funkier drum patterns and onto the flip 'New Life Livin' is a subtle rework of a former cut of Alce's, 'Rough Sands' is key-laced basement house deepness and 'Strollin Thru Barcelona' explores broken beats and nu-jazz influences.
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 in stock $14.49
Party Response Vol 1
Cat: YUMPR 1V. Rel: 27 Mar 24
Jaw Drop (5:09)
Just Don't Stop (5:29)
So Hurt (5:36)
Just Don't Stop (Joshua remix) (5:40)
 in stock $15.62
High Times Wobbles EP
Cat: CHIWAX 006LTD. Rel: 23 Apr 15
Feel Soul Real (feat Roberto Q Ingram) (6:34)
Wobbler (7:17)
Booshtie (6:50)
 in stock $12.44
Global Essence Sampler Part 2
Cat: DISRWAX 008. Rel: 08 May 24
Barce - "Jazztroit " (feat Roger Versey) (5:22)
Dan Piu - "Ocean" (6:06)
Zarenzeit - "Heard Echoes" (4:10)
Barce - "Jazztroit" (feat Roger Versey - Melchior Sultana remix) (5:52)
Dan Piu - "Whispers Of Goodbye" (6:15)
Zarenzeit - "We Are All The Same " (4:17)
Review: Deep Inspiration Show Records is back with a second part of its Global Essence Sampler and it is another 12" that offers great nourishment for mind, body and soul. Barce from Spain featuring Roger Versey opens up with some slow but heavy house grovers awash with rugged synth loops. Dan Piu's 'Ocean' is an aquatic and dubby roller for bliss doit vibes, and Zarenzeit taps into dreamy old school Italo house on 'Heard Echoes.' The same three artists appear in the same order on the flip with three other originals which tap into deeper Detroit schools of house, Balearic and electro stylings.
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Intérprete: Rafa Santos
Tags: Minimal
 in stock $16.69
Who Dares To Believe In Me? (reissue) (B-STOCK)
Cat: GR 12119 (B-STOCK). Rel: 01 Jan 90
Who Dares To Believe In Me? (8:12)
Who Dares To Believe In Me? (Just Living High mix) (5:45)
Who Dares To Believe In Me? (Mind Readers mix) (7:11)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Slight surface marks ***


Way back in 1993, when his career was still in its infancy, Chicago great Roy Davis Jr donned an alternative alias, The Believers, and delivered a 12" on Strictly Rhythm: 'Who Dares To Believe In Me?' It was something of a club smash, with Ministry of Sound issuing it in the UK a year later with a swathe of new mixes. This Groovin' Records reissue boasts a trio of mixes from the original U.S 12". On the A-side you'll find the original mix, a warm, spine-tingling slab of piano-rich New York style house topped off by snaking, delay-laden saxophone lines and an inspirational spoken word vocal courtesy of Davis. Over on the reverse, Davis' own 'Just Living High Mix' - a breezier, jazzier and more colourful affair - is followed by Mind Readers' tougher, chunkier and heavier revision, which is in effect a proper dancefloor dub.
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out of stock $12.70
Who Dares To Believe In Me? (reissue)
Cat: GR 12119. Rel: 28 Mar 24
Who Dares To Believe In Me? (8:12)
Who Dares To Believe In Me? (Just Living High mix) (5:45)
Who Dares To Believe In Me? (Mind Readers mix) (7:11)
Review: Way back in 1993, when his career was still in its infancy, Chicago great Roy Davis Jr donned an alternative alias, The Believers, and delivered a 12" on Strictly Rhythm: 'Who Dares To Believe In Me?' It was something of a club smash, with Ministry of Sound issuing it in the UK a year later with a swathe of new mixes. This Groovin' Records reissue boasts a trio of mixes from the original U.S 12". On the A-side you'll find the original mix, a warm, spine-tingling slab of piano-rich New York style house topped off by snaking, delay-laden saxophone lines and an inspirational spoken word vocal courtesy of Davis. Over on the reverse, Davis' own 'Just Living High Mix' - a breezier, jazzier and more colourful affair - is followed by Mind Readers' tougher, chunkier and heavier revision, which is in effect a proper dancefloor dub.
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 in stock $15.35
Going Home EP (reissue) (B-STOCK)
Cat: BTL 006T (B-STOCK). Rel: 01 Jan 90
Placid Angles
Detroit Moments
Going Home
Review: ***B-STOCK: Slight surface marks ***


Since launching in early 2020, archival techno specialists Back to Life has reissued some genuine gems from the likes of Ron Trent and Chez Damier, Bam Bam, G-Man and Leo Anibaldi. Their latest missive comes courtesy of the effervescent John Beltran and his lesser-known Nostalgic project. What we get is fully remastered versions of a trio of tracks from 2006's Going Home EP. On the A-side you'll find the original EP's standout cut, 'Placid Angles', a deliciously dreamy chunk of house-tempo Motor City techno rich in undulating analogue bass, sunny chords and intergalactic melodies. It's backed on side B by short IDM number 'Detroit Movements' and 'Going Home', a superbly emotive, atmospheric and immersive sci-fi techno number that's as blissful and positive as they come.
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out of stock $12.70
Famous Station EP
Cat: YOTO 001. Rel: 15 Mar 24
Salted Groove (5:46)
From Deepa Sync (5:16)
Attenuator (5:28)
Famous Station (6:40)
 in stock $16.69
Remember Me (remixes & original)
Cat: MS 499. Rel: 13 Jul 20
Remember Me (David Penn remix) (6:16)
Remember Me (Franky Rizardo remix) (5:06)
Remember Me (7:02)
Review: 23 years have passed since Blue Boy (AKA Scottish producer Lex Blackmore) delivered one of the biggest club and radio hits of summer 1997, the Marlena Shaw-sampling "Remember Me". Here the familiar favourite is given a new lease of life via a pair of fresh 2020 re-rubs. David Penn steps up first, expertly layering sustained Wurlitzer organ chords, gospel-style, clipped disco guitars, piano riffs and the famous vocal sample over a thickset, 21st century house groove. Frank Rizaro's remix is even heavier, with Shaw's vocalizations riding a beat that's closer to tribal techno than deep house. The head-nodding, toe-tapping original 1997 mix completes a rock-solid package.
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! low stock $17.74
No Point EP
Cat: PLZ 043. Rel: 31 Jan 24
Ghost (6:04)
Beamed (5:12)
Pristine (6:18)
Temptation (7:01)
Review: Pleasure Zone continues to be an inspiring force in the European minimal tech house scene, and they've really pulled the stops out with this essential new release from Boutiq.808 and Tom Marvin. We're not hip to who these cats are, but their music says it all as they skip through snappy rhythms and bold synth forms with the kind of flair you might find on a Spacetravel record. If you appreciate your quirky minimal played out with a live immediacy and some of that Perlon-esque sauce, this record will be well up your street.
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 in stock $14.82
Sub EP
Sub EP (12")
Cat: CHIWAX 008LTD. Rel: 18 Mar 16
Club Culture (6:02)
Club Culture (Drew Sky remix) (7:48)
Acid Jungle (6:09)
This Is Lighting (6:50)
 in stock $12.44
El Silencio
El Silencio (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: AFTNEV 004. Rel: 14 Feb 24
El Silencio (club version) (8:14)
El Silencio (4:57)
 in stock $18.80
The Realm (B-STOCK)
Cat: GR 12118 (B-STOCK). Rel: 01 Jan 90
The Realm (Love In D Minor mix) (1:04)
The Realm (acappella) (0:57)
The Realm (Rave mix) (7:01)
The Realm (Wild club remix) (7:25)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Slight surface marks ***


Groovin Italy landed a monumental reissue for the label with C'hantal's 'The Realm'. Originally released way back in 1990 on the dance and early Brooklyn based Powertraxx records. Staying true to the original release, it offers the 'Love In D Minor' mix but does one better in tucking in the Acapella version to the A-side so the B-side 2 versions have a little more room to breathe. The added bonus has to be putting on the more rare "Wild Club mix' to the party along with the original 'Rave Mix'. All and all, a very packed reissue of some of the best versions of the track, all on one record. This might just hold the number one spot for best techno reissue so far of 2024.
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out of stock $13.77
Checkmate
Checkmate (12")
Cat: WGVINYL 041RP. Rel: 12 Oct 17
Checkmate (6:27)
Checkmate (Cinthie remix) (7:23)
Checkmate (Steve Rachmad remix) (8:03)
Review: Kerri Chandler has history with Watergate, having previously contributed to their acclaimed mix series back in 2014. "Checkmate" is his first 12" for the imprint since, and sees him deliver a cheery chunk of synthesizer-heavy positivity that may remind some listeners of the more sparkling end of Italian dream house. Certainly, the baggy piano riffs and jaunty synth bassline reminded us of all-time classic "Sueno Latino", and "Checkmate" is no doubt capable of soliciting the same kind of boisterous response when dropped at the right time. Cinthie delivers the first remix, opting for a polished but groovy deep house interpretation, before Steve Rachmad places Chandler's bold piano riffs atop a crunchy techno rhythm track with predictably impressive results.
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 in stock $16.69
Chihuahua On Acid
Chihuahua On Acid (limited hand-stamped 1-sided yellow vinyl 7")
Cat: INTRAUTERIN 010. Rel: 30 Jan 24
Chihuahua On Acid (5:33)
Tags: Acid House
 in stock $11.92
803 Crystal Grooves 003
Cat: 803CG 003. Rel: 13 Jun 19
Australian Summer (9:00)
Infinity (5:20)
This Bomb Is Mine (6:01)
Rave Like No One Is Watching (5:28)
 in stock $14.30
People Need People
People Need People (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: SCLP 491. Rel: 04 Mar 21
People Need People (4:18)
Hold On To Your Dreams (4:51)
Nigeria (5:06)
Imani River (4:58)
The Higher Love (4:10)
Tribes (6:43)
Inner Light (6:20)
African Spirits (6:39)
New World Shuffle (6:37)
Good Juju (3:50)
Mother Of The Earth (4:51)
Review: Long-established Italian producer Nicola Conte started working with jazz trombobist Gianluca Petrella back in 2017. In the years since, they've released a string of singles that fuse contemporary house sounds with the rhythms and musical styles of Africa. Here they present their collaborative debut album, People Need People, an effortlessly soulful affair that draws deeply on the pair's joint love of deep jazz-funk (see 'Hold On To Your Dreams') and the funk-fuelled goodness of Afrobeat ('Nigeria'). Throw in versions of those previously released singles (think 'African Spirits' and 'New World Shuffle' for starters), and you've got a highly entertaining full of high-quality musicianship and plenty of life-affirming melodic motifs.
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 in stock $31.24
Remixes #2 (Alex Attias, DJ Deep & Romain Poncet, Aleq Notal mixes)
Layla (Alex Attias remix) (9:31)
Layla (DJ Deep & Romain Poncet dub mix) (5:39)
Last Drink (Aleq Notal remix) (7:01)
Review: This second set of remixes from Paris-based eight-piece Cotonete's "Super-Vilains" album is another heavyweight selection with Alex Attias, DJ Deep and Romain Poncet and Aleq Notal all coming correct. For his part, Attias keeps the jazz-tinged Latin vibes front and centre with a sunny, sweaty jam laced with house goodness. DJ Deep & Romain Poncet dub things out for those more subtle moments in the night, when a slick rolling groove is enough to hypnotise a crowd, and then it's pure bumping and jazzy deep house from Aleq Notal. Elements of 90s deepness, lounge vibes and funk all colour in the airwaves as you bask in the goodness of his work.
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Intérprete: Fradinho
 in stock $11.12
Sayo EP
Sayo EP (12")
Cat: BK 028. Rel: 20 Sep 22
Dandara & Chakib Bouzibi - "Sayo" (6:53)
Home Again (7:09)
About You (6:46)
Dandra & Olivan - "Miracle Cure" (6:26)
Tags: Afro House
 in stock $12.44
No Computers Necessary (reissue)
Cat: VIBR 009. Rel: 21 Apr 17
Cosmic Groove
Strobe Light
Falling Forever
Floating
Review: Chicago based producer Tai Davis first came to light earlier this year with the Made In Chicago 12" on Dizzy Tunes, and now he follows that up with an EP on the ever productive Vibraphone. As the title No Computers Necessary would suggest, this is classically-rooted house music with all the charm the hardware process provides. Davis' productions are bright, melodic creations with rock solid grooves and strong hooks for all kinds of good times, with B2 track "Floating" standing out with its strafing acid line punching out into a decidedly ethereal soundscape.
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 in stock $14.82
Feel Da Rain
Cat: CRN 004. Rel: 19 Apr 24
Feel Da Rain (8:12)
Feel Da Rain (D' Pac Rhodes dub) (7:45)
Review: First released way back in 1994 on Kevin Saunderson's KMS label, Dionne Warren's Brian Hall-produced deep house gem 'Feel Da Rain' gets a new lease of life thanks to Windsor, Ontario imprint Collective Rhythm Network (CRN). While the original 12" also featured rubs from Alton Miller and Stacey Pullen, it's D'Pac Patel's dub . a warm, rolling, US garage influenced deep house workout rich in tactile organ stabs, superb grooves and short samples of Warren's vocals - that has become the most sought-after version. On this 12", we get Patel's full-length dub (it was edited down on the original 12") and a previously unreleased 'Rhodes Dub' that adds extra electric piano action for added warmth and flavour.
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Intérprete: Paul Starey
 in stock $18.80
Consequential EP
Consequential EP (limited 12")
Cat: HTRE 003. Rel: 10 Nov 23
You're Mine (6:41)
This One (6:25)
Body Slangin' (6:43)
Deep Undercover (6:38)
Review: Since re-emerging earlier this year, mid-90s Leeds label Hard Times (a spin-off from the now legendary club night of the same name) has released some killer material from Steve 'Silk' Hurley and Eddie Leader. Here they tap up another US house legend, Chicago's inimitable DJ Sneak, for an EP of typically loopy, funky and hard-edged workouts. Sneak lets us settle in with the groovy and attractive loop jam 'You're Mine', before wrapping alien disco strings and held-note chords around a bumpin' beat on 'This One'. He opts for a crunchier, tech-tinged house sound on the gently twisted 'Body Slangin', before rounding off a rock-solid EP via the hybrid acid/deep house/disco-house pressure of 'Deep Undercover'.
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Intérprete: Rafa Santos
 in stock $17.48
Soft Approach
Cat: SC 1250. Rel: 14 Mar 24
Soft Approach (4:33)
Wet Summer (3:59)
Make Me Move (4:06)
North Star (3:18)
Bossa Banger (4:14)
Hidden Oasis (4:29)
Night Raid (3:52)
Desert Caravan (4:00)
Review: E. Live returns to Star Creature HQ with his third full-length release, 'Soft Approach,' and it's a jazz-funk-infused and boogie-powered blast-off. Following the success of 2020's Boogie For Life and Cloud Vibes from 2022, this new long player marks a triumphant evolution in his solo journey. With a nu-school disco flair and jazzier undertones, E. Live expertly balances accessibility and sophistication to make for a well-crafted trip overall. Drawing inspiration from musical luminaries like Roy Ayers and Patrice Rushen, these tunes promise to captivate fans of danceable rhythms and refined musicality alike. This release solidifies E. Live's reputation as a trailblazer in the contemporary Boogie scene and confirms he is destined for seismic waves in 2024.
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Intérprete: Dave Lee ZR
 in stock $24.35
Love Of Mind/Country People (B-STOCK)
Cat: AOTN 12024 (B-STOCK). Rel: 01 Jan 90
Review: ***B-STOCK: Slight surface marks ***


William Stuckey's 1979 lost gem 'Country People' gets a modern makeover with a new remix plus a funky new track by East Coast Love Affair to balance out this sweet 12". On the A-side. Love Of Mind features a soulful melody and smooth house beats with a funky edge, creating a dancefloor-ready tune. The B-side of the single features the "Flying Mojito Bros Remix" of Stuckey's 'Country People'. This upbeat remix infuses the track with a lively disco vibe, complete with catchy lyrics. Together, both tracks compliment each other very well.


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 in stock $13.77
Rotation EP
Cat: OAM 005. Rel: 21 Mar 24
Revolve (5:52)
Revolve (Sol Ortega remix) (4:54)
Power (6:01)
Power (Terrence Parker remix) (7:33)
 in stock $15.35
Nautical Nonsense
Nautical Nonsense (sea blue vinyl LP with obi-strip)
Cat: 253997 E. Rel: 30 Mar 23
Limsa (2:10)
Show Me Your Moves (2:32)
Gilligan's Island (2:09)
Vespa Racer (1:55)
Tijuana (2:11)
Block Party Dinger (3:14)
Mykonos (2:25)
A Moment's Peace (2:45)
Smooth As Egg (2:23)
NJ Legion Iced Tea (2:14)
Bushwick Boogie (2:10)
I Should've Never Smoked That Shit, Now I'm In Anor Londo (2:32)
Slavic Slammer (2:43)
Funky Zeit (2:31)
Review: Engelwood, or Matt Engels - the 24-year-old future funk, lo-fi, hip-hop and electronic music producer - is now already up to his ninth full-length album. Nautical Nonsense is its name and laidback beats are its game. As with all his music, this record draws on his roots in Brooklyn, New York, as well as soul and funk from the Far East. It is a warm and tropical listen that comes after Engelwood has made his name making music for Dillon Francis, bbno$, Cuco and Yung Gravy. it comes on nice blue wax and is another doozy from this fine beat maker.
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Intérprete: Osmose
 in stock $22.23
BQDTRX 404
Cat: BQDTRX 404. Rel: 25 Apr 24
Phil Evans - "In Time" (5:26)
Phil Evans - "I'm Down" (5:35)
Dana Ruh - "S41" (7:14)
Dana Ruh - "S45" (7:33)
Review: BQD Trax's 404th EP pairs two veterans off on the same 12". Phil Evans and Dana Ruh take one side each of this nice analogue offering. Evans goes first with 'In Time' which is coated in nice dusty pads and frayed medic edges with a grinding melody that brings some funk to the deepness. 'I'm Down' is another rugged deep house cut with loose kick patterns and swirling pads. Ruh then brings her signature smoky basement house sounds to 'S41' with its rickety percussion and warm infusing of supple synths. 'S45' shuts down with dubbed-out drums and molten chords that serve as a perfect early evening warm-up.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $16.69
Inside Part 3
Cat: NERO 061. Rel: 26 Mar 24
Fred P - "Time Well Spent" (8:21)
Rest Symbol - "Etius Motif" (2:43)
Resonating - "J707" (6:05)
Patrice Scott - "Untitled" (Beat version) (8:55)
Review: Volcov steers the good ship Neroli towards more of that immaculately curated deep gear you know they do so well. The Inside series reaches part three with another heavyweight cast, leading in with the mighty Fred P on the crisp rhythms and considered chord movements of 'Time Well Spent'. Rest Symbol follows up with a powerful strain of synth orchestration which adds a moody intensity to the record, while Resonating creates a raw, seductive beatdown on 'J707' that will satisfy any discerning outboard house fiend. Patrice Scott then seals the deal with a submerged 'Beat Version' of an untitled track that course through snaking rhythms at a slower tempo perfect for some backroom scene setting or creative warm-up blending.
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 in stock $14.82
F4E 002
F4E 002 (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: F4E 002. Rel: 09 May 23
In My House (8:14)
People Hold On (8:17)
To Have A Party (5:13)
Intérprete: Paul Starey
 in stock $14.57
F4E 003
F4E 003 (limited blue vinyl 12")
Cat: F4E 003. Rel: 21 Jun 23
Without Moving (6:29)
With Or Without You (7:58)
 in stock $14.57
Soul Drum
Soul Drum (12")
Cat: SCEP 507. Rel: 04 Jul 22
Soul Drum (7:03)
Soul Drum (Drum edit) (5:17)
Shingara (mix) (5:44)
On Again (6:07)
 in stock $15.88
Joyful Sound
Joyful Sound (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: SCLP 515. Rel: 02 Feb 23
Duende (7:31)
Dansi Na (Medley with Mahaba) (4:47)
Parkview Theme (6:08)
Hechizo Mgico (5:49)
Almost Free (7:19)
Africa (Brazil) (5:00)
Kilig (5:02)
On Again (album version) (5:59)
Naquela Base (New Blend) (4:34)
Gujarat (4:29)
Merida (4:28)
Misterioso (5:02)
Hombre (5:32)
Kilig (reprise) (2:26)
Review: Playful Italian club cuts from Gerardo Frisina on his astutely named LP Joyful Sound. Taking influence from well-trodden sounds, perhaps each describable (at least by genre pedants) as Afro-Latin music, broken beat, jazzdance and minimal house - whatever the symbiotic result, it sounds great. We're caught off-guard as low-end scraping pulsers like 'Almost Free' blend surprisingly brilliantly with dreamy piano-minimal bits such as 'Kilig'.
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 in stock $38.12
Motordisc 2
Cat: MTR 002. Rel: 15 Jan 20
Sascha Funke - "WOM" (6:28)
Modular Project - "Supernova" (5:59)
Massimiliano Pagliara - "Misplaced" (4:48)
Concret & Cantor - "Defected" (9:15)
 in stock $12.18
Work It EP
Work It EP (limited 12")
Cat: RMCE 021. Rel: 26 Jun 23
Mordax (6:35)
The Multicoloured Mind (6:41)
It's All Pam's (Marseille) (6:27)
Into Week Two (6:27)
Review: Two years ago, UK techno mainstay Gabriel made his bow on Rawax's Motor City Edition series with an EP of cuts drawn from his seemingly endless archive of unreleased gems. We're not sure whether the four tracks on this belated sequel are old and new, but they're certainly timeless-sounding and impressively deep. Check first 'Mordax', an impeccable mixture of Motor City star-gazing and analogue deep house blessed with a ridiculously good bassline, before admiring the sun-splashed warmth of 'The Multicoloured Mind', where jazzy piano motifs, sustained synth-strings and warming chords dance atop a loose-limbed house-not-house beat. Over on the B-side 'It's All Pam's (Marseille)' is another gorgeous chunk of ageless deep house bliss, while 'Into Week Two' sees Gabriel once again blur the boundaries between Detroit techno and futurist deep house tropes.
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 in stock $14.30
Jewel (reissue)
Cat: THANKYOU 032. Rel: 16 Apr 24
Jewel (5:50)
Jewel (instrumental) (5:40)
Love FXU (4:22)
Love FXU (Brighter Than The Sun mix) (6:14)
Love FXU (Sound Metaphors mix) (6:36)
Review: Lol Hammond is a former member of Spiral Tribe and early live techno act The Drum Club who now makes music on his own as Wah Wah Planet. Back in 1990 is when he penned this fantastic five track Balearic house EP alongside Russell Crone and with female vocal contributions from Lucy Sian. It very much lay out an early blueprint for UK street soul and the opener on the A-side 'Jewel' explores a romantic theme with hooky pop lyrics. Things get more left of centre on the 'Love FXU' with three trips into a smoother sound world perfect for sun kissed island dancing and with influences ranging from early breakbeat and trip hop to elements of dancehall music.
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Earth EP
Earth EP (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: WGVINYL 97RP. Rel: 23 Mar 23
Gorje Hewek/Polo - "Altitude" (7:57)
Gorje Hewek/Roy Rosenfeld/Dulus - "Vida" (8:13)
Gorje Hewek/Dulus - "Earth" (5:48)
Gorje Hewek/Dulus/Molac - "Astro World" (7:16)
Gorje Hewek/Hernan Cattaneo/Dulus - "Kaleidoscope" (7:09)
Review: Gorje Hewek excels at making majestically melodic music that combines rock-solid tech-house grooves with the kind of arrangements and sonic movements once associated with Bedrock-style progressive house. There are therefore few surprises on his second EP for Watergate, but plenty of gorgeous, life-affirming moments. Check first the shimmering, sun-bright wonder that is the life-affirming 'Earth', before getting your ears around the tactile, shuffling, and genuinely huggable loveliness of EP opener 'Altitude'. Elsewhere, 'Vida' sees him make use of a simply sublime (and utterly addictive) bassline along with his usual high-quality percussion and pads; 'Astro World' is a more trippy and sub-heavy tech-house cut; and 'Kaliedoscope' adds shimmering, trance style riffs to a rolling, locked-in house beat.
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Harmonie Park Classics Vol 1
Cat: DT 01. Rel: 27 Jun 13
Disco Time (7:42)
Radiance (6:45)
Luv Time (6:08)
Review: We've been digging in the warehouse again and have unearthed some treasure from the late, great Mike Huckaby in the process. The US house don was a master of crafting smoky, soulful grooves on the deeper end of the spectrum, often sprinkled with plenty of the thousands of samples he made available to all other producers. Harmonie Park Classics Vol 1 is one of the Detroit legend's best EPs from all the way back in 2013. There is the subtle, playful skip of 'Disco Time,' the late-night romance of 'Radiance' and the heavier thud and nagging synth loops of 'Luv Time', all of which are as classy as it gets.
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Pan's Grotto Jam EP
Cat: LZR 004. Rel: 09 May 24
Pan's Grotto Jam (6:40)
Vaquera Blues (5:43)
Reverse Mary (6:57)
CJ's Place (6:13)
Review: The super cool Leizure label is back with more super cool house, this time from US don Huerta. 'Pan's Grotto Jam' is a balmy opener that's doused in silky synth puddles and has smooth drum breaks powering it along. 'Vaquera Blues' is a little more tech-y: the drums are crisp, the synths both sci-fi and abstract yet cosmic and pensive and 'Reverse Mary' then take off with a cascading wall of bubbly synth arps and nimble bass notes. 'CJ's Place' might be the best of the lot - both dynamic and deep and packed with fresh synth sounds and alluring patterns.
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Callin' Me
Callin' Me (hand-stamped 7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: FWM 707. Rel: 31 Aug 22
Callin Me (feat Voyce Lashae) (5:44)
Heels On (4:54)
Review: Although they've collaborated a lot over the last decade, the two tracks on this seven-inch single date back to Stefan Ringer and Chris Irvin's first joint studio session. Remarkably given their friendship and long working relationship, it's also the pair's first collaborative release. A-side 'Callin' Me', which features vocals written and performed by Voyce Lashae (real name Alicia Leshik) is particularly potent - a squelchy, deep, soulful and off-kilter chunk of broken beat/souful electrofunk fusion rich in jazz-funk synth sounds, undulating electronic bass and crunchy machine percussion. The pair's jazz-funk and P-funk influences are even more evident on flipside 'Heels On', a similarly soulful, house-style number that sits somewhere between Kaidi Tatham and Prince.

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The Passion EP
Cat: FR 296. Rel: 09 Apr 24
You're My Ecstacy (6:30)
The Passion (feat King Crowney) (6:31)
The Passion (feat King Crowney - Atjazz remix) (7:00)
Review: Originally a drum & bass, future jazz and downtempo producer, Jimpster has really evolved and showed how excellent of a producer he is with his style of house music. The Freerange sound has helped Jimpster become one of the most looked at deep house producers in the world. The Passion EP features two of his new productions plus a special remix by another deep house hero, Atjazz. 'You're My Ecstacy' is a great example of the work that has brought him so much acclaim. Soulful deep house that stays more linear in the groove and stays in the sweet spot, becoming great moments on the dancefloor. The original of 'The Passion' sends a message to all the fake house music artists out there getting into the business for all the wrong reasons. With King Crowney on vocals, Atjazz's version is a little more techy, which is what we expect from him. All in all, this is right in the wheelhouse of the esteemed Freerange record label sound.
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Intérprete: Jemaho, Mosaik, Toronto Hustle
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The Jungle
 in stock $15.35
Fonk! EP
Fonk! EP (12")
Cat: 5511 002. Rel: 09 May 24
KAIR - "Fonk!" (6:43)
KAIR - "Vem Mulher" (6:22)
Raf & Rod - "Chiringuito Brasileno" (12:17)
Raf & Rod - "Contra La Corriente" (6:05)
Review: The 5511 label uses its latest EP to showcase the sounds of some upcoming Brazilian artists. KAIR kicks off with 'Fonk!' which is a fulsome house sound with retro pads and bold drum patterns, then 'Ver Mulher' gets even more old school with some big drum breaks and hats of old school electro sleeve in its all-out dancefloor assault. On the flip, Raf & Rod step up with the deeper, more slinky sounds of 'Chiringuito Brasileno' which has a nice bump to the beats but cosmic feels in the pads. 'Contra La Corriente' is then an even more spaced-out sound but with a set of driving drums that keep you locked.
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The Bomb!: These Sounds Fall Into My Mind (Massivedrum remix & original) (B-STOCK)
The Bomb! (These Sounds Fall Into My Mind) (Massivedrum remix) (5:47)
The Bomb! (These Sounds Fall Into My Mind) (Massivedrum dub mix) (4:15)
The Bomb! (These Sounds Fall Into My Mind) (14:58)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Slight surface marks ***


There can't be many house records that are as instantly recognisable as Bucketheads' 'The Bomb', a killer, mid-'90s Kenny 'Dope' Gonzalez production that mixed his own sweaty, bombastic, loose-limbed house beats (chopped and edited to provide instant dancefloor satisfaction) with snippets from Chicago disco classic 'Street Player'. You'll find that epic original version tucked away on the flipside of these reissue, with two previously unheard 'Massivedrum' remixes on the A. The EP opening 'Remix' places the original Chicager a chunker bassline and contemporary house beats, while the accompanying 'Dub' concentrates on the beats, bassline and the producer's own sneaky samples. Both new versions are decent, but Gonzalez's original mix is still hard to beat.
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Zone 6: Remixed EP (Poirier, Captain Planet, Aroop Roy mixes)
No Way (4:14)
No Way (Poirier remix) (4:31)
No Way (Village cuts remix) (3:51)
Shidaa (4:02)
Shidaa (Captain Planet remix) (4:38)
Shidaa (Aroop Roy remix) (6:36)
Review: K.O.G's Zone 6 Agege album was recorded back in November 2020 and it pays homage to a small coastal suburb in Accra, the Ghanaian capital where he grew up. Now it gets revisited for a series of superb remixes alongside a couple of the original standout tunes. Poirier, Captain Planet and Aroop Roy all bring the class here. Each one is a fresh fusion of Afro-jazz with compelling rhythms at their heart. Originals 'Shidaa' and 'No Way' are still fresh, too.
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MINDHELMET 14
MINDHELMET 14 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: MINDHELMET 14. Rel: 09 May 24
Euro Night
Crashy
Eternity
Lion, Ne Kaufen
Review: London's Mindhelmet label continue on strong with the whopping 14th top-up to their vinyl-only 12"s series. This time they welcome Cologne's very own Johannes Kolter to the fore, for four originals compared to his usual penchant for edits. Glitzy sonic skylines come portrayed on the likes of 'Euro Night' and 'Eternity', with hints of Italo and electro-pop conjuring mental glimpses of high-end fashion houses and handbags, while 'Crashy' revels in a skilful use of speed garage swing reminiscent of MJ Cole's production approach; finally, closer 'Lion, Ne Kaufen' indulges a muted chord sequence for a eventidal rave vibe.
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Tags: Tech House
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