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Singles
  1. Bagarre Perdue - "Cowboy" (4:26)
  2. Sutja Gutierrez - "Great Chain Of Being" (6:14)
  3. Mondowski - "Cold Sweat" (5:55)
  4. Seven Knives - "Wires Go Golden" (5:34)
Review: Ombra International is a Berlin based label and collective featuring artists from around the globe, sharing a mutual love for post-punk, new wave and other weird guitar and synth sounds. What's more, they're united by lust and fury and alone.. together! Commencing with the hazy and slow-burning cosmo-psychedelia of Bordeaux based enfant terribles Bagarre Perdue with "Cowboy", Sutja Gutierrez' "Great Chain Of Being" will take you deep into the exotic with its enchanting west Asian musical aesthetics. On the flip, more cosmic rock for fans of legends like Can courtesy of Frenchman Mondowski while Russian act Seven Knives channel the early '80s vibes of Neue Deutsche Welle on "Wires Go Golden".
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Various Artists Vol 1 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VOV 07. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Bubbadog - "Goin' Round" (5:46)
  2. Minus The Majors - "Strole On Through" (6:44)
  3. Alex Zuiev - "Down By The River" (7:42)
  4. Ugly Frankie - "Your Ears Look Great" (6:46)
Review: Vinyl Only reach their seventh release with a fresh grip of lesser known producers bringing high grade grooves to the table. Bubbadog opens the 12" up in a woozy fashion with the warbling piano chords of "Goin' Round", capturing a time-slip mood that carries through to the dusty jazz soaked beat down of Minus The Majors' "Strole On Through". On the B-side, Alex Zuiev gets into an exotic, chiming, 80s-inflected mood on "Down By The River", creating a slow-burning dancefloor heater out of classic ingredients. Ugly Frankie finishes the EP off with the stripped down funk of "Your Ears Look Great".
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Cat: DBS 1009. Rel: 03 Sep 19
  1. Black Rhythm Rap (3:39)
  2. Makin' Time (3:46)
Review: Cannon & Mirrorball may not be the disco edit scene's answer to moustache-sporting 1970s/80s comedy heroes Cannon and Ball, but they certainly serve up tracks that will put a big goofy smile on your face. Their latest Disco Bits adventure begins via "Black Rhythm Rap", a chunky, hip-hop friendly rework of an obscure, late 1970s disco-rap bomb rich in funky guitar licks, cut-glass strings and party-starting MC flows. On the flip they get even cheekier, placing Loleatta Holloway's incredible "Love Sensation" vocal over a stomping, Blaxploitation-era disco-funk backing track and all manner of familiar soul and funk samples. Purists will no doubt sneer, but they really shouldn't: this is tastefully produced disco heat of the highest order.
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Cat: DP 021. Rel: 13 Jul 17
  1. Chaka - "Sommer Love" (Scrimshire edit) (8:34)
  2. Merry - "Sparrow Love" (Scrimshire edit) (5:00)
  3. M+N - "Summertime Love" (Scrimshire edit) (7:37)
Review: Serious summertime loving right here from Wah Wah's right hand maestro Scrimshire. Continuing to build on his impeccable editry reputation, here he provides three floor-ready feel good twists that do nothing but add to the originals' legacies. Chaka Khan's iconic slinky bassline gets all looped and tonked on "Sommer Love", Merry Clayton (who he's edited before with "Grandma's Hands") gets a little tempo injection and much more extension in the groove while McNeal + Niles' classic lolloping hazy soul jaunt enjoys a wry little electronic dusting. Slow, low and loaded with love...
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Intérprete: Dom Servini, Scrimshire, Osmose
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Cat: GF 2525 12. Rel: 22 Jan 18
  1. Don't Let My Rainbow Pass Me By (4:41)
  2. Track 2 (4:43)
Review: One of many stone-cold Patrick Adams disco funk gems, 1981's "Don't Let My Rainbow Pass Me By" enjoys a long-awaited reissue 37 years after its last outing. Its sprightly slippery groove and floating falsettos remain as strong and as a vital as they ever did... But at a fraction of the once triple-figure price tag it's had over the years. Don't let this record pass you by.
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  1. Take The Shock Away (5:06)
  2. Take The Shock Away (Vox Low remix) (9:11)
  3. Take The Shock Away (Fred Berthet version) (5:26)
  4. Take The Shock Away (Pete Herbert version) (5:56)
Review: La dame Noir is a Marseille-based label who first crept onto vinyl with a crucial various artists release back in 2016. Now they're back with more of that noirish modern disco deviance that made them an exciting proposition first time around. "Take The Shock Away" is a bittersweet groover by Dawad and label co-founder Relatif Yann, with pitch-perfect vocals by Mounissa which sounds strong on its own. The label however has drafted in a list of big hitters to deliver remixes, from Vox Low's synthwave laced trip to Pete Herbert's punchy electro-disco burner. Whichever version you plump for, the quality is undeniable on this surefooted 12".
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Cat: DMMDI 001. Rel: 21 Nov 18
  1. Dubplate Disco - "Pick Up" (Yam Who edit) (8:35)
  2. Motte - "Darkroom Boogie" (6:20)
Review: The first volume in the Disco Made Me Do It series features a couple of sought-after reworks that we reckon will be everywhere over the festive period. The headline attraction is undoubtedly Yam Who's A-side revision of DJ Koze anthem "Pick Up" (itself a housed-up revision of an old Melba Moore classic), which stretches out the dewy-eyed, string-drenched dancefloor bliss over eight and a half mesmerizing minutes. Motte takes over on the flip with "Darkroom Boogie", a peak-time chugger in which spacey, lo-fi synthesizer melodies and ear catching male and female vocals stretch out over a filter-sporting disco-house groove. While not quite as anthem-like as the A-side, it's a killer rework that's just crying out to be played to packed dancefloors.
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  1. Charaunitsy aka Sorceress - "Ya Zhdu Tebya" (Fulgeance edit) (5:10)
  2. Mirdza Zivere - "Vienmer But" (Fulgeance edit) (5:02)
  3. Tatyana Kochergina - "Igray Skripka Igray" (DJ Scientist edit) (6:53)
Review: The love of all things Soviet and disco has been established by French/German duo Fulgeance and Scientist for several years now, having reached a peak last year with their album The Soviet Tape on First Word. Now they return with their own edit series on brand new label Excursions. With eyes squared fully on the floor, each obscurity is given some serious groove muscle for the floor... Charaunitsy's soulful croons and yearning horns are given an additional kick/snare swing, Latvia's Mirdza gets a deliciously camp turbo charge while Ukraine's Tatyana Kochergina gets a full-on Philly treatment with lavish strings and a bassline that won't say nyet.
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  1. The Funk District - "An Evening With El Diablo" (6:31)
  2. Matt Hughes - "Get Down" (5:50)
  3. Cody Currie - "Aquarian Girl" (5:17)
  4. The Owl - "Funky Feelin" (4:12)
  5. ED Wizard & Disco Double Dee - "Slippin" (4:22)
Review: More good value goodness from the Editorial label, one of the few re-edit focused outfits that manage to retain a high level of consistency. The Funk District kicks things off with a fine re-arrangement of an organ and electric piano-focused chunk of sweaty dancefloor soul ("An Evening With El Diablo"), before Matt Hughes gets busy with some elastic slap bass on flash-fried disco-funk revision "Get Down". Elsewhere, Label regulars Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee dip the tempo on the slow and seductive "Slippin", the Owl stomps his way through the P-funk style heaviness of "Funky Feelin" and Cody Currie offers up a hazy sample-house cut rich in jazzy flourishes and warm electric piano chords.
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RDY #43 (12")
Rdy
Cat: RDY 43. Rel: 23 Jan 18
  1. Cappuccino - "Hell Dance With Me" (5:58)
  2. Man Friday & Jive Junior - "Picking Up Sounds" (4:56)
  3. Kleeer - "Taste The Music" (7:21)
Review: The Ron Hardy edits just keep on coming. For the 43rd edition we find ourselves peeping through a very focused time window as all three tracks come from one of the smoothest transition periods funk has made; the rare groove, soul and boogie from the class of 81-83. Cappuccino's "Hell Dance With Me" slinks and shakes with an ESG style looseness and hypnosis, Man Friday & Jive Junior's "Picking Up Sounds" is a beautiful slightly sleazy synth funk jam while Kleeer keep things clam-tight with their plucked guitar, strolling bassline and dreamboat synth chords. Bliss, as always.
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RDY #42 (12")
Rdy
Cat: RDY 42. Rel: 21 Nov 17
  1. Mass Production - "Welcome To Our World (Of Merry Music)" (7:31)
  2. Ron Hardy - "Cosmic Lady" (5:34)
  3. Willie Hutch - "Foxy Lady" (4:01)
Review: The Ron Hardy edits and specials just keep on flowing. Here the theme is kept vibrant and wholly focused on disco funk feels as we're treated to three extensions from the late 70s; Mass Production's debut from 76 "Welcome To Our World" is a warm and energetic cut that digs right into the heart of the dance, Tony Silvester's "Cosmic Lady" is taken up a gear with full attention on the instrumental sections while Willie Hutch's "Foxy Lady" retains full smoke and allure. Hardy knew how to pick them.
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Cat: A7E 002. Rel: 30 Apr 19
  1. M'Bamina - "Kilowi Kilowi" (JD Twitch edit) (6:42)
  2. M'Bamina - "Kilowi Kilowi" (6:03)
  3. Tala AM - "Arabica" (JD Twitch edit) (6:21)
  4. Tala AM - "Arabica" (4:40)
Review: Africa Seven's A7 edit series hits second base. Following the inaugural release from Stefano Ritteri comes JD Twitch with this almighty dancefloor suckerpunch; First up is the near-evangelistic disco boogie positivity of the 82-release "Kilowi Kilowi" from Italian / Gold Coast band M'Bamina which gets a subtle tighten and turn up from the Optimo merrymaker. Meanwhile on the B we're taken on a raw funk trip in Cameroonian cruise control as the gritty riffs and falsettos of Tala AM are celebrated in all their slinky glory before Twitch hammers up the mix with bulbous kicks and brazen rolling breakbeats. Sunnyside steamrollers; these have summer smashed all over them.
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  1. Jeancy - "Reservation" (5:53)
  2. Karizma - "Will You Dance With Me" (3:59)
  3. Makonde - "Manzara" (3:52)
  4. Marion Javius - "Waiting In The Wings" (2:55)
  5. Neo Experience - "Human" (3:26)
Review: As with its' 12 predecessors, the latest compilation style EP from publicity-shy French diggers Unlimited Love gathers together an impressive selection of sought-after gems. This time round, many of the cuts are taken from eye-wateringly expensive and hard-to-find private press records. Check, for example, the fizzing 1982 boogie of Jeancy's "Reservation", the sweet breeziness of Karizma's "Will You Dance With Me" (an original 7" copy of which would set you back around L300) and the skewed, orchestra-smothered quirkiness of Marion Javius's "Waiting in the Wings". Elsewhere, Makonde's "Manzara" is a heavy chunk of psychedelic-minded Afro-funk, while Neo Experience's sumptuous "Human" is a lesser-known chunk of Philly soul bliss.
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Intérprete: Superbreak, Tomasz Guiddo
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Edits (12")
Kat
Cat: KAT 034. Rel: 31 May 17
  1. Red Sharon - "Handle It" (JKriv RNT dub) (8:48)
  2. Marashal - "Socket Rockin" (JKriv RNT edit) (8:16)
Review: The UK's Kat is back with yet more tasteful edits of forgotten gems. From disco to house, folk to funk and balearic nuggets: these guys know the score. This time around it's over to New York City's Jason Kriveloff aka Jkriv, who works that magic razor once again on these wonderful re-edits. On the A side we've got Red Sharon (see what he did there?) with "Handle It" (JKriv RNT dub) which takes a right diggers delight into sultry, late night territory and sure to burn up any dancefloor. On the flip is Marashal (oh come on already!) with "Socket Rockin". No guesses what's going on here but just for the record: it is one funky and soul filled celebration and most of all, a respectful edit.
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  1. Al Kent - "Where" (7:59)
  2. Raw Slavs - "Born In R" (6:24)
  3. Moodena & Sartorial - "Got That Feeling" (6:07)
  4. Hotmood - "700 Copies" (6:45)
Review: Earlier in the year, Samosa Records launched the "Funk Purpose" series via a multi-artist collection of top-notch edits. Volume two will be released in several parts, with this rock solid EP the first to drop. Glaswegian scalpel fiend Al Kent kicks things off with "Where", a superb traditionalist rearrangement of a soaring, orchestrated disco-funk cut that has the potential to become a screaming, soul-fired anthem this summer. Raw Slavs opt for a loose and groovy, slightly housed-up vibe on their succulent disco re-edit, "Born In R", before the Tropical Disco Records crew takes on side B. Moodena and Sartorial's "Got That Feeling" is a bumpin' disco-house revision of a soulful disco groover, while Hotmood's "700 Copies" is a deep, bass-heavy jaunt through cowbell-laden jazz-funk/house fusion.
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  1. Khidja - "Gelatine" (7:21)
  2. Jonathan Kusuma - "Motor Melodies" (6:37)
  3. Marvin & Guy - "Juba Dance" (7:40)
  4. Kempes - "Sentimental Idiot" (6:53)
Review: Jennifer Cardini's Correspondant has firmly established itself as an 'it' label within the current indie dance scene with its eclectic grooves that span punk funk, industrial/EBM throwbacks and even a bit of melodic tech house for good measure. For its fifth compilation, the Cologne based label serves up some current scene favourites in the form of Romanian duo Khidja and their groovy and tripped out slow burner "Gelatine" and Jakarta's finest Jonathan Kusuma: who is in top form as always on the lo-slung baleraic number "Motor Melodies". On the flip, German duo Marvin & Guy take you on a cosmic styled trip on "Juba Dance" while Kempes: the new brainchild of Danny Passarella and Tom Wegg-Prosser channel their best impressions of greats such as Giorgio Moroder or Bobby Orlando on "Sentimental Idiot".
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Cat: HOD 024. Rel: 04 Sep 19
  1. LPM - "Get With It" (5:55)
  2. Mix & Fairbanks - "Shergar's Revenge" (5:58)
  3. Shee - "Me, You, Us" (6:53)
  4. Purple Ice - "Adeus" (7:02)
Review: According to the hype sheet we have to hand, the "Home Turf EP" is House of Disco's first multi-artist extravaganza for two years. There's plenty to get the juices flowing throughout, from the bounding bounciness of LPM's rap-sampling disco-house cut "Get With It", to the impeccably warm and sun-kissed jazz-house vibes of Purple Ice's "Adeus". In between you'll find the rolling, synth-heavy warmth of Mix & Fairbanks' deliciously loved-up "Shergar's Revenge" and "Me, You, Us" by Shee, a chunky sample-house number full of swirling strings, looped guitar riffs, hazy chords and righteous spoken word samples.
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Abidjan (12")
Cat: HC 55. Rel: 25 Apr 18
  1. Nan Ye Li Kan (Afro Beat) (4:49)
  2. Abidjan (Biguine) (5:48)
Review: DJ Hunee afro monster gets an official repress for Hot Casa in France. Calling it massive would bit an understatement.
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Mcoolaid EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: WS 022. Rel: 12 Mar 18
  1. Mcoolaid
  2. Fuego
  3. Techmoreno
  4. Techmoreno (Alejandro Paz remix)
Review: Ricardo Medina has popped up intermittently through the years as a wielder of hefty deep house, and so it goes on this new 12" for Wonder Stories. Take snappily titled "Mcoolaid", where the synths ping out bright and bold while the acidic bass and slamming drums keep the pressure at a constant peak, or the dark and nasty throb of "Fuego". Medina means business, and he's unabashed in his aim towards the big room peak time tech house crowd. "Techmoreno" keeps up the intensity, which gives Alejandro Paz the necessary ingredients for an equally smoking remix for the crafty jackers out there on the floor.
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Manticore (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NAAR 004. Rel: 26 Sep 16
  1. Manticore
  2. Manticore (Jonny Nash remix)
  3. Manticore (Ian Blevins remix)
Review: After a three-year absence, former Redux and Cynic duo Machete Savane (AKA Saul Richards and Andy Bainbridge of Bad Passion Project) return to action. Fittingly, it comes on Bad Passion Project's Not An Animal Records. "Manticore" is something of a treat for those who like their disco electronic, atmospheric and doused in perm-sporting rock and '80s AOR influences (think winding guitar solos, Italo-disco arpeggio lines, punk-funk bass, and spacey electronics). It comes backed with two contrasting remixes: a throbbing, disco-tech revision from ESP Institute regular, and an ambient re-invention from Jonny Nash. The latter's alternately glistening and dreamy version is as sublime as you'd expect.
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Never Gonna Let You Go (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: PR 65ED001. Rel: 18 Sep 19
  1. Never Gonna Let You Go (Theo Parrish Ugly edit) (10:04)
  2. Never Gonna Let You Go (5:10)
Review: For the best part of 17 years, Theo Parrish's legendary re-edit of Made In USA's "Never Gonna Let You Go" was available only to those willing to pay serious sums for a copy of his first "Ugly Edits" release. Thankfully De-Lite has done the admirable thing and made it available to all via this essential new edition of the 1977 jam. It allows those who've never heard Made In USA's heartfelt and surprisingly laidback original to compare the two versions, which only highlights the brilliance of Parrish's re-edit. His ten-minute take speeds up the track, adding choppy edits effects to increase energy before rolling into the most righteous and celebratory bits of the original version. In our opinion, it's one of the greatest re-edits of all time.
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Work Tapes EP (limited light blue vinyl 12")
Cat: RNTR 020. Rel: 13 Jun 18
  1. Chupa Cabra (Fouk remix) (5:12)
  2. Chupa Cabra (1:37)
  3. Work Tapes (Patchworks remix) (4:27)
  4. Come On Down (Lay-Far remix) (6:47)
  5. Work Tapes (2:21)
  6. Come On Down (3:12)
Review: Since serving up a tasty debut album back in 2011, Magic In Threes has provided sporadic dose of funk-fuelled delight that variously draws influence from jazz-funk and soul. The three original tracks included on the combo's first Razor 'N' Tape reserve appearance fit this formula, layering up live horns, guitars and drums with loose and heavy results. Title track "Work Tapes" is a Blaxpolitation funk affair with subtle disco flavours, "Come On Down" is an Isaac Hayes style orchestrated disco-funk roller, and the superbly summery "Chupa Cabra" sounds like it could have been made in Brazil around 1979. All three tracks are given the remix treatment, with Patchworks' Afrobeat revision of "Work Tapes" and Fouk's hybrid jazz-funk/disco-house version of "Chupa Cabra" standing out.
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Magic Wand Vol 12 (180 gram white vinyl 12")
Cat: MW 012. Rel: 21 Nov 16
  1. Capeesco Mina (Mushrooms Project edit) (7:23)
  2. Sevilla 9 (Coyote Mellow Sunrays edit) (6:13)
  3. Buenos Sencillos (The Two Mamarrachos) (7:39)
  4. La Grenouille (Stupid Human dub Twonk) (5:13)
Review: Magic Wand have been offering up the finest disco edit wares since 2010, and they hit their twelfth release with yet more tempo and era spanning delights from forgotten corners. Mushrooms Project lay the warbling French space synth tones on heavy for their edit of "Capeesco Mina", while Coyote gets into an utterly blissful mindset on the gentle swaying acoustic funk of "Sevilla 9". The Two Mamarrachos get the soul stirring on their heartfelt treatment of "Buenos Sencillos", and then the most overtly clubby moment comes in at the 11th hour from Stupid Human with the urgent throb of "La Grenouille".
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  1. Magnum - "Squivatch" (7:54)
  2. Broken Glass - "Rather You Than Me" (3:10)
  3. Thunderbolt - "Love Is So Funny" (5:15)
  4. Phylliss Bailey - "Focus" (4:03)
Review: Hot of the blocks this year comes French curator imprint Unlimited Love. Drawing for rarities and oddities from artists whose repertoires are shockingly slim, this is their second EP in three months and, once again, it features a wide range of killer sounds from late 70s/early 80s. From Magnum's street kicking New York funk to the rich rare groove of Phyliss Bailey, it's a boogie odyssey through and through with sleazy guitar-twanging funk from Broken Glass and straight-up percussion-powered disco energy from Thunderbolt. Feel the love.
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Cat: WEBMG 08LP. Rel: 03 Oct 19
  1. Mahogany - "Ride On The Rhythm" (Michael Gray remix) (7:05)
  2. Raw Silk - "Just In Time" (Michael Gray remix) (6:25)
Review: Full Intention man Michael Gray is the latest contemporary house producer to get his hands on the parts to classic cuts from the bulging West End Records catalogue. He has opted to rework two slightly deeper early '80s jams, starting with Mahogany's 1982 boogie cut "Ride On The Rhythm". His version is warm, sparkling and bass-heavy, offering the right balance between modern production techniques and the kind of effects utilized by the track's original producers. It's really good, keeping the spirit of the original track while dragging it into the 21st century. The same could be said of his boogie-house take on Raw Silk's "Just In Time", which boasts a similar balance of tidy new drums, spruced-up synths and swirling effects.
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Intérprete: YAM WHO?
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Cat: HC 53. Rel: 25 Jan 18
  1. Koyma Hondo (4:05)
  2. Zourou (4:22)
  3. Yala M'Le (4:33)
  4. Petroci (intro) (2:26)
Review: Born in Mali, Boncana Maiga is one of the most talented and popular producers of west african music since the 60's. He studied flute and latin arrangements in Cuba during the 60's & became orchestra leader for the national ivorian tv in Abidjan in the mid seventies, toured all over the world with the famous Africando band.
In the 80's he also recorded few rare Funky tracks with heavy breaks and this 4 track collection features rare tracks from 1978 to 1982 dedicated to dancefloor .Remastered by Frank at The Carvery this is solid ammunition for your dancefloor.
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Back Into Your Heart (7" + poster)
Cat: MEL 010. Rel: 06 Apr 18
  1. Back Into Your Heart (3:49)
  2. Dance, Dance, Dance (3:26)
Review: Sam Shepherd's Melodies International imprint has barely put a foot wrong to date, serving up a string of must-have reissues. Predictably, the label's latest offering - a facsimile reissue of a thoroughly obscure but in-demand disco 7" from 1979 - is another belter. A-side "Back Into Your Heart" is particularly potent, offering a rich, cheery and pleasingly fuzzy dance through horn-heavy disco-funk pastures, with a loved-up lead vocal joined by cascading strings, intergalactic synth solos and energy-packed drums. Turn to the flip for "Dance, Dance, Dance", an urgent chunk of funk-fuelled disco-rock that's almost as essential as the majestic A-side.
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  1. Sasha Makin & Suntetic - "Funtom" (Don Carlos & Steven Perri mix) (6:09)
  2. Monday Michiru - "Higher" (Joe Claussell dub) (4:31)
  3. Vincent Inc & LA - "Red Room" (4:07)
  4. M&M Vs Andrei Swipe - "Analog Express" (Don Carlos remix) (7:29)
Review: There's an undeniable air of quality that lingers over the 12"s emerging on 14th Level Of Paradise, the mysterious label presenting originals, edits and repressed tracks for true house devotees. First up is a little known track from Sasha Makin and Suntetic, given a shimmering polish by Don Carlos and Steven Perri to become a heavy funking masterpiece, before Joe Claussell drops in a percussive dub delight on Monday Michiru's "Higher". On the flip, Vincent Inc and LA get things pumping with the slow but chunky, jazz-licked "Red Room", before Carlos returns for another deep house reverie as he remixes M&M and Andrei Swipe's "Analog Express".
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  1. Opara (Ashely Beedle Afrikanz On Mars remix) (6:22)
  2. Opara (Ashely Beedle Afrikanz On Mars Galactic Flute mix) (5:18)
  3. Opara (Ashely Beedle Afrikanz On Mars instrumental dub) (6:21)
Review: Currently celebrating the 10th anniversary of her debut album, Brazilian nu-bossa frontrunner Sabrina enjoys a clutch of versions from Ashely Beadle. Channelling his Afrikanz On Mars spirit, he gives her the disco treatment she deserves with lavish percussion, sweeping synths and a sleazy but slinky bassline. Complete with a Galactic Flute remix and an instrumental, Far Out have created a winning package to match their previous Theo Parrish outing earlier this year.
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Ice Accountant (limited hand-numbered 12")
Cat: RSD 004. Rel: 09 Sep 16
  1. Ice Accountant (Egyptian Love remix) (5:47)
  2. Ice Accountant (Pontchartrain remix) (6:05)
  3. Ice Accountant (Table Daddy remix) (7:01)
  4. Ice Accountant (2:33)
  5. Cloud Nine (2:20)
Review: Brand new Detroit duo Man VS Indian Man comprises Ian Finkelstein and Even Haywood. Complementing each other's strengths, the pair make the perfect match as they pour out thick viscously barbed future soul in thick gooey doses; both "Ice Accountant" and "Cloud Nine" are wrapped in foggy layers of sleepy textures as the falsetto vocals and lean instrumentation cut through with dreamy delight. Remixes from the legendary Egyptian Lover (cosmic electro), fellow Detroitian Pontchartain (filtered disco house) and Brazilian Table Daddy (lolloping dream tech).
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Cat: CULTED 001. Rel: 07 Mar 18
  1. Manfredas - "Mani From The Block" (7:57)
  2. Siaubas - "Hare Hare" (6:24)
  3. Simple Symmetry - "Yalla" (6:42)
Review: Those fine folks behind the otherworldly Multi-Culti imprint have decided to launch a re-edit series, naturally focusing on reworks of weird and wonderful, off-kilter gems from around the world. This first serving of Cult Edits naturally contains some seriously tasty and exotic fare, most notably the parping, horn-heavy shuffle of Manfredas's "Mani From The Block", a stretched-out interpretation of what appears to be a Turkish style funk weird-out. Flip to the B-side for two more heavyweight slabs of wild goodness: the low-slung, dub-fired post-punk insanity of Siaubas's "Hare Hare" rework, and the throbbing, chant-along drug-chug of Simple Symmetry's brilliant "Yalla" interpretation.
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Cat: CULTED 004. Rel: 28 Feb 19
  1. Manfredas - "Riddim" (5:44)
  2. Thomass Jackson - "Build The Bridge" (7:03)
  3. Balam - "Lentombi" (6:20)
  4. Inigo Vontier - "Makata" (4:35)
  5. Sano - "Bantu" (5:10)
Review: Thus far, Cult Edits has proved to be one of the most interesting and intriguing rework re-edits series around, with each 12-inch offering an impressive selection of cosmic, exotic and otherworldly reworks. Volume four continues on a similar theme. Manfredas kicks things off with the dirty ragga-house pressure of "Riddim", before Thomass Jackson has his way with a far-out tribal disco chugger on EP standout "Build The Bridge". Mid-'80s electronic Afro-chug is the order of the day on Balam's "Lentombi", while Inigo Vontier's "Makata" is percussive, heavily electronic, weird and undeniably druggy. In comparison, Sano's chant-along Afro-electro number "Bantu" is positively breezy.
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Cat: AD 005. Rel: 10 Sep 18
  1. Crash The Box (8:11)
  2. Crash The Box (Tee Mango Revision) (7:24)
  3. Crash The Box (Lord Leopard remix) (5:56)
Review: Ray Mang's Mang Dynasty alias is next up on Bristol label Alfresco Disco, serving up the kind of bubbling disco house that sets the West Country party crew's infamous sessions alight. "Crash The Box" is speckled with psyched-out acid and an infectious bassline, giving the remixers more than enough trippy ingredients to get busy with. The Tee Mango "Revision" creates a more twitchy, dubbed out version for freakier spinners to get creative with, and then Lord Leopard amps up the funk with a remix that puts the bass at the front of the action.
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Cat: PEPITE 04. Rel: 22 Sep 17
  1. Algo No Ar (4:07)
  2. Algo No Ar (Steven J edit) (4:34)
Review: Fresh from '78: Brazilian funk lothario Marcelo's first big single (which was never out on a 45 before)- and a peak track from his debut eponymous album from the same year - gets a timely revisit from the Steven J's reissue/edit imprint Pepite. With its subtle piano striking Q&A, wild bass runs and clam-tight guitar/drum groove, Marcelo calls his way through the jam as if everything is a chorus. With its layered vocals, it's gutsy call to action for any dancefloor. Steven's edit stretches out the instrumental bars and brings out focus on the staccato vocal hook with a rising sense of momentum. Two great sides, one dope 45.
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Cat: RB 044. Rel: 30 Oct 13
  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: CORD 12002. Rel: 22 Oct 18
  1. Signs Of A Dying Love (original 12' mix) (7:16)
  2. How I Feel For You (Ourra mix) (4:42)
  3. How I Feel For You (DJ Spinna mix) (6:34)
  4. How I Feel For You (Sean P mix) (4:25)
Review: Fresh from this year's Cordial collection comes this outstanding 12". The lead track is his most famous "Signs Of A Dying Love". Presented in all its full-length glory, listen to those powerful backing singers and hear why OG copies have gone for over 300 quid. Remix wise the previously unreleased "How I Feel For You" gets the rub from Ourra (big funk swing), DJ Spinna (thumping gospel boogie) and Sean P (full on vocal belter), each one a sign of a lovely release.
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Cat: DFA 2562LP. Rel: 13 Feb 18
  1. Familiar Five (3:44)
  2. Love Release (7:52)
  3. High Times (7:16)
  4. Rocketship (6:57)
Review: Marcus Marr's previous productions have largely been marked out by an ability to create rubbery, funk-fuelled anthems that put his own fine musicianship at the heart of the action. You'll find plenty of similar material on his latest DFA EP - see the Bootsy Collins jamming in New York in 1981 vibes of previous single "High Times" and "Love Release", which is marked out by some fantastic, jammed-out synth solos - but also tracks that explore darker and moodier territory (a product of being alone in the studio all night, according to the man himself). Of these, it's the slow, heavy, dubby and druggy pulse of "Familiar Five", featuring a distinctive spoken word vocal and a groove straight out of the post-punk playbook, which really hits the spot.
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Cat: DYNAM 7001/DYNAM7002. Rel: 26 Jul 19
  1. Sweet Power Your Embrace (4:02)
  2. Free (3:46)
  3. I've Got My Eyes On You (3:40)
  4. Slick City (3:02)
Review: Released 40 years ago in 1977 ''Rhythm Of Life '' by James Mason was possibly one of the greatest vocal Jazz fusion releases of all time . New vinyl imprint Dynamite releases a quality limited edition double pack release showcasing the highlights from that album plus some additional rare versions of the tracks. The version of 'Sweet Power Your Embrace'' is taken from the incredibly rare 7 inch promo only issue. On the flipside is a different version of the club floor dancer ''Free'' which features a heavy bongo workout . The 45 second slab on this package features two tracks featuring the vocals from Clarice Taylor on ' I've Got My Eyes On You'' and the superb 'Slick City' which were both never commercially released as a 45 before.
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Azali (inc. Aroop Roy edit) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VLM 002. Rel: 19 Aug 19
  1. Azali (5:01)
  2. Birika (4:14)
  3. Azali (Aroop Roy edit) (6:46)
Review: Sammy Massamba's "Azali" originally came out in 1990. The afrobeat artist's sound is shockingly potent, fusing his roots with disco and boogie to create the stuff party dreams are made of. The song has just the necessary edge to make a classic, with the vocals leading the way through the tune beautifully. "Birika" is a slower jam, but no less bold with its keyboard brass and choice guitar solo. Aroop Roy jumps on the flip to edit "Azali", stretching out a touch and adding a little subtle drum machine jack to the beat. It's tastefully done, keeping the vibe on the original intact.
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Hey Girl (reissue) (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: 001. Rel: 07 Oct 19
  1. Hey Girl (3:55)
  2. Don't Fight The Feeling (3:56)
Review: You'd probably have to take out a loan to buy an original, second-hand copy of Master Force's sole single, 1979's "Hey Girl", so this dinky reissue is more than welcome. The title track is a dewy-eyed slice of two-step soul sweetness rich in Curtis Mayfield style lead vocals, glistening guitars and trumpet solos that sound like they've been lifted from an early Herb Alpert recording. Arguably better for dancefloor plays is "Don't Fight The Feeling", a Clavinet-heavy disco-funk affair that boasts some brilliant group backing vocals and heaps of authentic New York flavour.
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Nuts On Me (limited 12")
Cat: BST X042. Rel: 01 Oct 18
  1. Nuts On Me (vocal) (6:08)
  2. Nuts On Me (instrumental) (6:00)
  3. Aphrodisiac (vocal) (5:53)
  4. Aphrodisiac (instrumental) (4:29)
Review: From the team responsible for Kano and the evergreen Italo hit "I'm Ready," Matakena was a one-off release back in 1983 that has since gone on to attain true cult status (i.e. monstrous second hand prices). Thankfully, the trusted bastion of reissued Italian grooves Best Records is on hand to bring the music back to the people, digging the irrepressible funk of "Nuts On Me" and "Aphrodisiac" out of the vaults and pressing it up for a new generation to get down to. This is sleazy boogie par excellence, full of liquid synth bass, steamy vocals and grooves to die for.
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Cat: EX 7015. Rel: 08 Nov 16
  1. You Got The Best Of Me (0:30)
  2. I Can't Forget About You (0:30)
Review: A lot of us have to thank Expansions for switching us on to Matlock in the first place, thanks to them unearthing him for their Soulchasers collection way back in the early 90s. Here they return to two of Glenn's finest, silkiest soul diamonds. Written for the romantics, produced for the dancefloor right at the very end of the classic 70s sound, "You Got The Best Of Me" has an upbeat Barry White feel to its delivery and sentiment while "I Can't Forget About You" has a lighter touch and flightier flow. The former previous super-rare on 45, the latter never press to 45 before... Both supreme and timeless.
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Cat: GSC45 001. Rel: 20 Nov 17
  1. Summer Time (edit) (3:36)
  2. Punk Funk (edit) (4:01)
Review: BlackCash & Theo dust off two pairs of gloves... First their crate digging gloves to unearth Thrust, the one-off album Ohio duo McNeal & Niles recorded in 1979, then they dust off their editing gloves for two immaculate extensions. If you enjoy anything on Claremont (especially Paqua) then you'll be all over these cosmic instrumentals - notably the soft harmonies on "Summer Time" and the endless, star-gazing guitar twangs of "Punk Funk. You may recognise a few samples here, too... Madlib and Motor City Drum Ensemble are two of many who've enjoyed the fine hooks of Mc Neal & Niles.
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Donny's Groove (hand-stamped lilac vinyl 12")
Cat: WM 005. Rel: 09 May 18
  1. Donny's Groove (6:24)
  2. DG Redux (6:23)
  3. The Sound (4:52)
Review: The fifth offering from Warehouse Music here, an imprint brought to you by London based DJ Mella Dee. Growing up in South Yorkshire, Dee (real name Ryan Aitchison) developed early musical influences originating from the warehouse sounds of the northern region. With a respectful nod to the influence this had on him, Aitchison strives to create his own take on warehouse music with his project. Unlike the harder hitting sounds presented on previous editions, Aitchison explores the late '90s sounds of funky house on the infectious disco loops of "Donny's Groove " filtered to perfection of course, or the explosive Todd Terry tribute that is" The Sound" on the flip. Speaking of loops, he pays tribute to the Windy City master Carlos Souza on the rather 'Sneaky' and boompty tribal groove of "DG Redux".
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  1. Bad Luck (Tom Moulton mix) (7:59)
  2. Don't Leave Me This Way (Tom Moulton mix) (11:01)
Review: This release features two of Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes' recordings that typify the cream of Philadelphia International and Sigma Sound studios' dominance of the dancefloor - at the absolute height of their creativity and power. They were one of the most popular groups on Gamble & Huff's label, clocking up a number of hits in the mid 1970's. "Bad Luck" spent 11 weeks on the No.1 slot on Billboard's U.S. Dance chart in 1975 and has since become one of the biggest dancefloor staples ever recorded. It gets a remix by the master Tom Moulton for added club dynamics. On the flip, we have the original full version of the classic "Don't Leave Me This Way" which is also mixed to perfection by Moulton. Both are state of the art lessons in what exhilarating dance music is all about. Fully remastered on limited edition 180 gram heavyweight vinyl.
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Editions Disco Vol 1 (hand-stamped double 12")
Cat: MO 16. Rel: 01 Dec 14
  1. Anne Clark - "Fearing All The Time"
  2. The Last Poets - "Shooting The Shit"
  3. Lewis & Rinder - "Anger & Sex"
  4. Kikrokos - "Jungle Febriles"
  5. FGTH - "Living In The Land"
  6. Back In Time - "Gonna Make It Now"
  7. Tantra - "The Hills Of Tantra"
  8. Bananarama - "Summer Sund Dub"
Review: Active between 2006 and 2009, the Members Only series was essentially a homage to the days of Muzic Box and Ron Hardy from Jamal Moss which saw the Mathematics boss dramatically rewire everything from Loleatta Holloway to Chris & Cosey via Liaisons Dangereuses and Gil Scott Heron. The series has long been out of print, though a recent Members Only edit for the Brasserie Heroique series from Berceuse Heroique will have ignited some interest in the project amongst a new generation of collectors and selectors. This Editions Disco Vol 1 double pack should be viewed as a second chance to witness Moss doing disco edits in the manner they were originally intended. Moments of outright queasiness (the klaxon that runs throughout the Frankie Goes To Hollywood revision will really test a dancefloor's patience) sit alongside killer percussive disco cuts and wonderful oddness like the closing Banamarama edit.
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Cikuana (12" + insert)
Cat: DSND 006. Rel: 14 Oct 19
  1. Cikuana (5:04)
  2. Alturas (5:14)
  3. Fiesta (9:00)
Review: Dualismo Sound has a great track record when it comes to unearthing and reissuing gems from Italy's small but vibrant Afro-Cosmic scene. This 12" from Meo (real name Daniele Mei) is another. Both A-side tracks were initially released back in 1987 and are appearing on vinyl for the first time since. "Cikuana" is a jolly, synth-laden affair that inhibits similar sonic territory to some of Tullio de Piscopo's 1980s work, while "Alturas" does a great job in wrapping Flamenco guitars and new age synths around a rubbery electronic bassline and gentle drums. Epic flipside "Fiesta", meanwhile, was first featured on 1986 album "Sesta Traccia" and makes great use of both evocative fretless bass (a staple of Balearic records from that period) and snaking sax lines.
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Miss Manhattan (limited 12")
Cat: BST X047. Rel: 10 Dec 18
  1. Miss Manhattan (vocal) (8:53)
  2. Miss Manhattan (instrumental) (8:36)
  3. Manhattan's Piano Reprise (1:04)
Review: Best Records get busy with this absolutely classic slice of early Italian disco from 1981, put together in the one-off-studio-project stylee by Al Festa, Claudio Giusti and Francesco Puccioni. The full vocal mix on the A side nearly hits the nine minute mark, and it's all gold from the chirpy horn section to the scintillating vocal turn by Sharon Russell. The influence from the Nile Rodgers school of funk is plain to hear, not least on the instrumental take on the B side, but also watch out for the gorgeous soliloquy of the "Manhattan's Piano Reprise" which is snuck on as an added extra from the archives.
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Cat: 4ZH 06924P. Rel: 28 Jun 17
  1. Love Is The Message (12' version) (11:31)
  2. TSOP (The Sound Of Philadelphia) (Special 12' version) (5:49)
Review: MFSB was an American studio band formed by producers of the Philadelphia International Records label. The label was founded in 1971 by Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff in Philadelphia. This is an official 12 inch re-release of probably the most revered Paradise Garage anthem of all time. Originally released in 1973, "Love Is The Message" has sustained dancefloors across the world ever since and here Prime present the full original mix from the master himself: Tom Moulton, which is very rare, as any seasoned digger could attest to. On the flip is "T.S.O.P. (The Sound Of Philadelphia)" aka the official Soul Train theme, again using Moulton's original mix.
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EP 2 (12")
Cat: DDRWAX 06. Rel: 09 Jan 19
  1. Michael The Lion - "Direction NYC" (5:47)
  2. Michael The Lion - "Don't Know" (7:05)
  3. Jay Airiness - "Jazzy Mind" (7:28)
  4. Jay Airiness - "Disco Dance" (6:26)
Review: Fresh from the success of their first split 12" on Diggin' Deeper, Michael The Lion and Jay Airiness return to the imprint with more hot-to-trot, dancefloor-ready re-edits. It's the former who handles side A with the bouncy, percussion-laden disco-funk romp that is "Direction NYC" (all razor-sharp Chic style guitars riffs, booming slap bass and dense drums) before putting his stamp on a hazy, horn-heavy disco stepper that should be familiar to a few dusty-fingered diggers. Airiness, on the other hand, starts his side with the trading horn solos, fluttering flutes, jazz-funk tropes and busy slap-bass of "Jazzy Mind", before reaching for the stars via the celebratory disco release of "Disco Dance".
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