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Rebel Nation (double 12")
Cat: NER 24390. Rel: 12 Jul 19
  1. Rebel Nation (Danny Krivit edit) (8:36)
  2. Rebel Nation (Soul Clap remix) (7:19)
  3. Rebel Nation (Carl Craig remix) (8:22)
  4. Rebel Nation (Felix Da Housecat vs Chris Trucher remix) (6:10)
Review: One of the musical highlights from Louie Vega's NYC Disco album, "Rebel Nation" is a collaboration between grammy award winner Louie Vega, legendary multi-platinum producer Patrick Adams, and Nulu Records president, international DJ and artist Anane. Patrick initially had the idea for the song after seeing a recent Star Wars movie. Louie saw the vision of what it could ultimately be with live music additions, and Anane added the inspired lyrical content and vocal performance. In Louie's own words, "I call Anane a chameleon, because she transcends so many different sounds with her voice. She gave the track just the right feeling vocally. It's a very punk-rock approach; the kids speaking out, all kinds of people making the statement, Get Up! Stand Up! Let's Rise! Rebel Nation."

Lauded critically and on dancefloors worldwide in its original album version, the track has now been given the all-star remix package treatment with contributions from Danny Krivit, Carl Craig, Soul Clap and Felix Da Housecat X Chris Trucher.
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Intérprete: Lola Allen
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Álbumes
Late Night Tales Presents After Dark: Nightshift (limited 2xLP + WAV/MP3 download code)
Cat: ALNLP 36. Rel: 04 Jul 14
  1. Typesun - "Last Home" (original mix)
  2. The Gino Fontaine - "Revnorev"
  3. Salsoul Invention - "Soul Machine"
  4. General - "Magic"
  5. Day Outside - "Faraway Sensation"
  6. Mugwump - "Boutade" (Miseridub)
  7. Hubbabubbaklubb - "Mopedbart"
  8. Crowdpleaser & St Plomb - "Not Yet Not Yet"
  9. The Grid & Robert Fripp - "A Cabala Sky"
  10. Daniele Patucchi - "People Come In"
  11. Mang Dynasty - "After Dark" (dub)
  12. Detachments - "The Flowers That Fel"
Review: The first installment of Late Night Tales' After Dark was that rarest of things: a DJ mix that retained a smoky sense of early morning, home listening atmosphere while retaining an open-minded focus on the dancefloor. This follow-up - once again compiled and mixed by Bill Brewster - offers more of the same. Musically it's pleasingly varied, moving from the string-drenched downtempo beauty of Typesun's "Last One Home", to the heady Balearic rock of General Lee, via Justus Kohnke, the soulful post-bruk smoothness of As One, and the sprightly analogue electronics of Emperor Machine's remix of Paqua's "Late Train". There's also a bunch of previously unreleased tunes to enjoy, including killer contributions from the Mang Dynasty (AKA Ray Mang), The Gino Fontaine (Chicken Lips man Andrew Meecham) and - most surprising of all - The Grid and Robert Fripp.
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Too Slow to Disco NEO En France (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HDYANE O1LP. Rel: 03 May 19
  1. Poom - "De La Vitesse A L'Ivresse" (4:29)
  2. Saint Dx - "First Fantasy" (3:34)
  3. Ricky Hollywood - "J'Essaie" (4:13)
  4. Catastrophe - "L'Amour Tout Nu" (4:05)
  5. Chassol - "La Route De La Trace" (Pieuvre remix) (2:47)
  6. Claap! & Santana - "Summertime" (4:43)
  7. Polo & Pan - "Pays Imaginaire" (4:49)
  8. Lomboy - "Loverboy" (3:52)
  9. Magnum - "L'epee A La Main" (6:44)
  10. Bertrand Burgalat - "Les Choses Qu'On Ne Peut Dire A Personne" (Dj Supermarkt & Jack Tennis Romantic Slo-Disco remix) (5:47)
  11. Clea Vincent - "Retiens Mon Desir" (4:21)
  12. L'Imperatrice - "Dreaming Of You" (Vibes4Yoursoul remix) (5:34)
  13. Bleu Toucan - "Aionios" (3:52)
  14. Jean Tonique - "Feel Better Now" (3:47)
  15. Weekend Affair - "Descends" (3:30)
  16. Paradis - "Instantane" (6:12)
  17. Yuksek & Bertrand Burgalat - "Icare" (extended version) (5:06)
Review: After a quintet of volumes dedicated to exploring 1970s and '80s yacht rock, blue-eyed soul and pitched-down disco, the Too Slow To Disco Crew has decided to bring the story bang up to date. To do this, DJ Supermarkt has put together a compilation showcasing contemporary French music that draws huge influence from the lazy, sun-kissed retro sounds that has always been the series' trademark. There's much to admire from start to finish, from the sugary sweetness of Poom's "De La Vitesse A L'Ivresse" and the sensual throb of Catastrophe's "L'Amour Tout Nu", to the lolloping nu-disco cheeriness of DJ Supermarkt and Jack Tennis' rework of Bertrand Burgalat's ""Les Choses Qu'On Ne Peut Dire A Personne", and the fluttering synth-pop breeziness of Bleu Toucan.
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Cat: COMP 4391LP. Rel: 23 Jan 14
  1. Charanjit Singh - "Raga: Madhuvanti"
  2. C Cat Trance - "Shake The Mind"
  3. Disco D - "Beat It"
  4. Cybotron - "Mumbo Jumbo"
  5. Rinder & Lewis - "Gluttony" (Dompteur Mooner edit)
  6. Barbara Norris - "It's Heavy" (Dompteur Mooner edit)
  7. Tambien - "Quedarte" (vinyl only bonus track)
  8. Equip - "XXXO"
  9. NAD - "Distant Drums"
  10. Dopplereffekt - "Infophysix"
Review: Inaugurated back in 2006, the frustratingly sporadic Elaste compilation series from former Zombie Nation man Dompteur Mooner arrives at it's fourth edition and offers another telling demonstration of his crate digging skills. Whilst the double CD edition features a few well-known cuts, this pared down double LP edition focuses on the lesser known gems - Mooner's own edit of Barbara Norris's "It's Heavy" aside. From the mystical disco of Charanjit Singh and Rinder & Lewis's unusual "Gluttony", to the deep analogue house of Disco D's "Beat It" and C Cat Trance's druggy "Shake It", Elaste Volume 4: Super Motion Disco comes across as a compilation from days gone by, when DJs were diggers and entrusted with the responsibility to guide the general public through unchartered sonic waters.
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The Director's Cut Collection (3xCD (CD 1 & CD 2 unmixed, CD 3 mixed))
Cat: SSMDCLP 1C. Rel: 03 Jul 19
  1. Frankie Knuckles presents Director's Cut - "The Whistle Song" (Re-Directed)
  2. Frankie Knuckles presents Director's Cut - "Your Love" (feat Jamie Principle - Director's cut Signature mix - album version)
  3. Frankie Knuckles presents Director's Cut - "Baby Wants To Ride" (feat Jamie Principle - Re-directed - album version)
  4. Frankie Knuckles presents Director's Cut - "Let's Stay Home" (Starring Inaya Ray - A Director's cut - Classic club mix)
  5. Frankie Knuckles presents Director's Cut - "I'll Take You There" (feat Jamie Principle - A Director's cut - Classic Signature mix)
  6. Frankie Knuckles presents Director's Cut - "You Make Me Feel" (feat B Slade - DJ Mimi mix Of Epic Proportions - album version)
  7. Frankie Knuckles presents Director's Cut - "Get Over U" (feat B Slade - Director's cut mix - Sami Dee edit)
  8. Frankie Knuckles presents Director's Cut - "Let Yourself Go" (feat Sybil - A Director's cut Master - album version)
  9. Peyton & Director's Cut - "Beautiful" (Dirtector's cut Classic mix)
  10. Kenny Summit & Director's Cut Opresets Yasmeen - "Loving You"
  11. Ashford & Simpson - "Bourgie Bourgie" (A Directos' cut Exclusive)
  12. Hardsoul - "Back Together" (feat Ron Carroll - Director's cut Classic club mix)
  13. The Layabouts - "Bring Me Joy" (feat Portia Monique - Director's cut remix)
  14. Spencer Parker & Dan Beaumont - "The Look" (Director's cut Signature mix)
  15. Candi Staton - "Hallelujah Anyway" (Director's cut Signature mix)
  16. Joey Negro & The Sunburst Band - "The Secret Life Of Us" (feat Donna Gardeer & Diane Charlemagne - Director's cut Signature mix)
  17. Marko Militano - "Good People" (Director's cut Signature mix)
  18. Human Life - "In It Together" (Director's cut Signature Togetherness)
  19. Artful & Rigney - "Missing You" (feat Terri Walker - Eric Kupper Director's cut Tribute To SK mix)
  20. Lou Rawls - "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine" (Kenny Summit, Frankie Knuckles & Eric Kupper unreleased anthem)
  21. Frankie Knuckles Presents Director's Cut - "The Whistle Song" (Re-directed)
  22. Soulful Session - "Hostile Takeover" (Starring Lyn Lockamy - Director's cut remix)
  23. The Layabouts - "Bring Me Joy" (feat Portia Monique - Director' cut remix)
  24. Kenny Summit & Director's Cut Presents Yasmeen - "Loving You"
  25. Dbow - "Get Involved" (Director's cut Classic House mix)
  26. Frankie Knuckles Presents Director's Cut - "Get Over U" (feat B Slade - Director's cut mix - Sami Dee edit)
  27. Candi Staton - "Hallelujah Anyway" (Director's cut Signature mix)
  28. Ashford & Simpson - "Bourgie Bourgie" (A Director's cut Exclusive)
  29. Frankuie Knuckles Presents Director's Cut - "Your Love" (feat Jamie Principle - Director's cut Signature mix)
  30. Human Life - "In It Together" (Director's cut Signature Togtherness)
  31. Marshall Jefferson - "The House Music Anthem (Move Your Body)" (feat Curtis McClain - Director's cut Retro Signature mix)
  32. Hardsoul - "Back Together" (feat Ron Carroll - Director's cut Classic club mix)
  33. Spencer Parker & Dan Beaumont - "The Look" (Director's cut Signature mix)
  34. Frankie Knuckles Presents Director's Cut - "Let Yourself Go" (feat Sybil - A Director's cut Master)
  35. Lou Rawls - "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine" (Kenny Summit, Frankie Knuckles & Eric Kupper unreleased anthem)
Review: In 2009, longtime collaborators Frankie Knuckles and Eric Kupper made their production partnership official via the Director's Cut project. This epic retrospective gathers together the best tracks and remixes the duo completed prior to Knuckles' death in 2014. Disc one offers up original productions, including ear-catching re-makes of some of Knuckles' most famous early works (we're particularly fond of the versions of "The Whistle Song", "Your Love" and "I'll Take U There"). On the second disc you'll find the best of their remix work, with standouts including a sublime take on Candi Staton's "Hallelujah Anyway" and a storming, previously unreleased version of Lou Rawls' "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine". As a bonus, the third disc mixes the best of the lot together in one suitably gorgeous, non-stop journey.
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Intérprete: I Love Disco!
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Nigel LOWIS/VARIOUS
Cat: DSGCD 003. Rel: 09 May 19
  1. Marc Staggers, Peter Symphorien, Roger Samuels, Jimmy Gallagher, Hannah White, Nigel Lowis - "The Soul City People" (Nigel Lowis "soultown" mix)
  2. Patti Austin - "Hope Has Arrived" (Nigel Lowis Extraterrestrial mix)
  3. Solutions - "Philly Line" (Nigel Lowis mix)
  4. Kenny Thomas - "Back On Broadway" (Nigel Lowis mix)
  5. Tilly Grace - "The Soul Man Theme" (Dsg Lowis mix)
  6. Steven Dante - "Living For Today" (Nigel Lowis Ol School mix)
  7. Clif & Freda Payne - "Yesterday's Payne, Tomorrows Joy" (Nigel Lowis Classic mix)
  8. Fiona Yorke - "Love For Me" (Nigel Lowis Super Disco mix)
  9. Elis - "Praise You" (Nigel Lowis Sound Factory mix)
  10. Hannah White - "Tell Me" (Nigel Lowis Vintage mix)
  11. Francisca Thomas - "Clouds In My Mirror" (Nigel Lowis Sholes mix)
  12. The Dig Band - "Cosmic Wind" (feat Jimmy Gallagher - Dig Construction mix)
  13. Lol Williams - "Everyday" (Dsg Classic mix)
  14. Nigel Lowis - "When The Night Calls" (Nigel Lowis Breezin' mix)
  15. John Reid - "Teardrops" (Nigel Lowis mix)
  16. Teddy B - "I Can't Help Myself" (Dsg radio edit)
  17. Rebekah Ryan - "The Best Of Me" (Nigel Lowis Sound Factory mix)
  18. Marc Staggers - "Timeless" (Nigel Lowis Classic mix)
  19. Peter Symphorien & Fitzroy Facey - "This Ever Changing World" (Nigel Lowis The Soul Academy mix)
Review: An active producer and remixer since the 1990s, Nigel Lowis has a knack for crafting classic-sounding reworks that effortlessly join the dots between contemporary soulful house and the classic sounds of Philly Soul, disco, jazz-funk and boogie. For proof, check out this second collection of new, rare and little-known Lowis reworks. Those of a soulful persuasion will find much to enjoy throughout, from the slick, sax-sporting Philadelphia Soul revivalism of Lowis' take on Tilly Grace's "The Soul Man Theme", and a string-laden, Chic style "Super Disco Mix" of Fiona Yorke's "Love For Me", to the sugary-sweet slo-mo revision of Marc Staggers' "Timeless" and the boogie-tinged soulful house re-make of Kenny Thomas' "Back On Broadway".
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Cat: FVR 122CD. Rel: 12 Oct 16
  1. Crystal - "Funky Biguine"
  2. Charms - "Givin' It Up"
  3. Neilo Feel - "Havana"
  4. Jackie Esam - "Movin'"
  5. Ideku Dynasty - "Funk Force Leader"
  6. Black Bells Group - "Talk Me Mam's"
  7. Claude Morgan - "Le Sherif Qui Danse"
  8. Roots - "Sheriff's Horse"
  9. Marc Ashy - "Bye Cocotiers"
  10. Nel Oliver - "You Are My Dream"
  11. Greg Smaha - "Sunshine"
  12. Messan - "Keep Cool"
Review: During its late '70s and early '80s heyday, France's disco-boogie scene tended towards the eccentric. Yet despite the camp, tongue-in-cheek feel adopted by many French bands and producers, much of the music was of an impressively high standard. That much is clear from Charles Maurice's second French Disco Boogie Sounds compilation. Packed full of slick, synthesizer-driven material and punchy, horn-heavy disco-funk thrillers (see the Teena Marie style "Movin" by Jackie Esam), it's a fine collection of Gallic dancefloor treats. You're unlikely to find a better example of jazz-funk positivity than Black Bells Group's "Talk Me Mam's", while Messan's "Keep Cool" is a lesson in thrusting, up-tempo disco sweatiness.
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Cat: FVR 145CD. Rel: 22 Jan 19
  1. Arlana - "When You Call My Name"
  2. Omega Sunrise - "Too Hip"
  3. Jonathan Jr - "Hangin' On To You" (12" version)
  4. Isabelle Mayereau - "Orange Bleue"
  5. Oro - "Sasa"
  6. Fernando Toussaint - "Recuerdos Del Abuelo"
  7. Todd Mcclenathan - "High From Our Love"
  8. Mario Acquaviva - "Notturno Italiano"
  9. Special Occasion - "Flyin' To Santa Barbara" (12" version)
  10. Parenthese - "Come Back"
  11. Russ Long - "Never Was Love"
  12. Pacific Dreams - "Mellow Out"
  13. Miller Miller Miller & Sloan - "Key To My Heart"
  14. Scott Cunningham - "Blues Take You Over"
Review: On his fourth exploration of the world of global "Adult Oriented Rock", French crate-digger Charles Maurice focuses on the period between 1977 and '86. That means a greater emphasis on synthesizers, dusty drum machines and the kind of sparkling melodies that would once have drifted from daytime radio at an alarming rate. There's much to enjoy throughout, from the dewy-eyed synth-soul of Arlana's "When You Call My Name" and the breezy boogie of Omega Sunrise's "Too Hip", to the sparse Balearic bliss of Isabelle Mayereau's "Orange Bleue", the flute-laden easy listening hum of Fernando Toussaint, the sax-happy '80s sleaze of Special Occasion's brilliant "Flyin' To Santa Barbara" and the jaunty Latino jazz-funk of "Mellow Out" by Pacific Dreams.
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  1. Teddy Pendergrass - "Only You" (M&M You Got What I Need mix) (12:04)
  2. Loleatta Holloway - "Hit & Run" (M&M I Ain't Sharing mix) (14:53)
  3. The Jones Girls - "You Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else" (M&M I Don't Wannna Do It mix) (14:48)
  4. Marvin Gaye - "I Want You" (M&M Breakdown beat mix) (8:27)
Review: Back when remixing meant cut tape - not Ableton - John Morales and (Sergio) Munzibai aka M&M were the Bronx's go to men. Morales wraps up his two-part edit homage to M&M's unreleased material with slight recalibration's to Teddy Pendergrass, Loleatta Holloway and The Jones Girls, capping off the series with a soft and percussive "Breakdown beat" mix to the soulful and bona-fide hum of Marvin Gaye's "I Want You". T-Pendergrass horns and heat get touched up in a "Yo'u Got What I Need" mix, while the gospel vocals and strings of Loleatta Holloway are extended for a longer disco player. M&M then give The Jones Girls an extended and instrumental work out in their "I Don't Wanna Do It" mix.
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Joey NEGRO/VARIOUS
Cat: ZEDDLP 040. Rel: 17 Feb 17
  1. Hashim - "Al Naafiysh (The Soul)" (7:44)
  2. Aleem - "Release Yourself" (dub) (6:10)
  3. Kosmic Light Force - "Mysterious Waves" (8:31)
  4. Paul Hardcastle - "Rain Forest" (4:16)
  5. The Russell Brothers - "The Party Scene" (6:54)
  6. Dwayne Omarr - "This Party's Jam Packed" (7:10)
  7. G-Force - "Feel The Force" (feat Ronnie Gee & Captain Cee) (7:23)
  8. Tyrone Brunson - "The Smurf" (6:09)
Review: Over the years, Joey Negro has delivered compilations focusing on a wide range of styles and sub-genres, including soulful disco, Italo-house, early U.S disco-rap, and Washington D.C go-go. Now he's turned his attention to electro, the style that did more than any other to inspire Britain's first wave of DJs and dance music producers. This "personal collection" contains a mixture of stone-cold scene classics - Aleem's Leroy Burgess-fronted "Release Yourself", Hashim's scene anthem "Al Naayafiysh (The Soul)" and Dwayne Omar's P-funk influenced "This Party's Jam Packed" - alongside deeper selections such as Kosmic Light Force's brilliant - and hard to find - L.A electrofunk classic "Mysterious Waves", and The Russell Brothers thrillingly intergalactic "The Party Scene".
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RONG/VARIOUS
Originals Volume 7 (hand-numbered unmixed CD)
Cat: C56CD 015. Rel: 13 Jun 13
  1. SpaceTime Continuum - "Transmitter"
  2. King Errisson - "Space Queen"
  3. Futura 2000 - "The Escapades Dub"
  4. Donna McGhee - "You Should Have Told Me" (disco mix)
  5. Unfinished Business - "Out Of My Hands (Love's Taken Over)"
  6. Forrrce - "Keep On Dancing/Listen To The Rhythn Ban"
  7. Negativland - "The Perfect Cut"
  8. FM Inc - "Dub Me Anytime"
  9. Aardvark - "The Return Of Rasputin"
  10. Big Boys - "Common Beat"
  11. Verticle Lines - "Beach Boy" (instrumental)
  12. Electro-Harmonix Work Band - "I’m Not A Synthesizer"
Review: As Claremont 56's superb Originals series of crate-digging compilations tiptoes towards the final curtain (a celebratory vinyl box-set is due later in the year), label boss Paul Murphy hands the reigns over towards longtime pals DJ Spun and Ben Cook, the men behind San Fran/New York imprint Rong Music. If you've heard either DJ, you'd expect their selection to jump between a myriad of dubby, stargazing styles, and that's exactly what they deliver. From the intergalactic ambience of Space Time Continuum's "Transmitter", to the low-slung dub disco of Futura 2000, via the Balearic house shuffle of FM Inc and spaced-out punk-funk of Big Boys, it's a treasure trove of thrillingly atmospheric obscurities. Recommended... as usual.
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SAINT JAMES/VARIOUS
Cat: CHUWANAGA 005LP. Rel: 13 Mar 19
  1. Stikki Stuff - "School" (6:37)
  2. Cruzial - "Send Me Your Love" (4:55)
  3. Potion - "City Girls" (5:05)
  4. The Breakfast Band - "Funksters" (7:35)
  5. Yeow Band - "Energy" (3:38)
  6. Scratch (Gonzalez) - "Keep On Searching For Love" (6:10)
Review: In recent years, more and more crate diggers have been exploring "Brit-funk" - a previously largely overlooked British variant of jazz-funk popular in underground UK clubs between the late 1970s and mid '80s. One such digger is Parisian producer and DJ Saint-James, who here presents his second deep dive into the obscure genre. Highlights come thick and fast throughout, from the percussive, synth-heavy soul brilliance of Stikki Stuff's "School" and the pre-Lover's Rock, reggae-influenced electrofunk smoothness of Cruzial's "Send Me Your Love", to the killer slap bass of The Breakfast Band's club-rocker "Funksters" and the sparkling boogie badness of "Keep On Searching For Love" by Scratch (Gonzalez).
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VARIOUS
Cat: ASVN 050. Rel: 14 Feb 19
  1. Black Bells Group - "Sweet Sidney" (edit) (4:12)
  2. Charly Kingson - "Nanga 'Boko" (4:17)
  3. Gyedu Blay Ambolley - "Highlife" (4:59)
  4. Dikalo - "Fine Biscuits" (2:45)
  5. Mekongo President - "Angona Mana" (4:04)
  6. Fotso - "French Girl" (3:27)
  7. Tala AM - "Sugar Lump" (edit) (5:01)
  8. JK Mandengue - "Chibidaba, Chibidaba" (2:55)
  9. Jide Obe - "Too Young" (5:13)
  10. Mulamba - "Dashiki" (version instrumentale) (3:07)
Review: There's a slightly different feel to the latest instalment of the fantastic "Africa Airways" compilation series. While previous instalments have largely focused on heavy Afro-funk and Afro-soul, this fifth edition showcases material recorded during the disco and boogie era (1976-82). The ten included tracks are superb, with highlights including the fuzzy, Clavinet-driven thrills of "Sweet Sidney (Edit)" by Black Bells Group, the heavy grooves and dancing synth lines of Gyedu Blay Ambolley's "Highlife", the spacey Afro-boogie badness of Fotso's "French Girl" and the flash-fried disco-funk celebration that is Jide Obe's spacey, Moog-sporting "Too Young". As the old cliche goes, this is all killer and no filler.
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  1. Letta Mbulu - "Kilimandjaro Take Us Higher" (4:55)
  2. Uta Bella - "Enyin" (3:46)
  3. Mona Finnih - "Ani Kewa Jo" (6:23)
  4. Cida Desvarieux - "Nou Ke Sa Inmew" (4:29)
  5. Christy - "Time Waits For No One" (3:14)
  6. Akofa Akoussah - "Tango" (3:02)
  7. Carmen Ezumah - "Tala Tala" (2:24)
  8. The Lijadu Sisters - "Danger" (5:50)
  9. Bakambi N'Kela - "Kilimanjoro" (3:46)
  10. Miriam Makeba - "Xica Da Silva" (5:17)
Review: Following the success of their Africa Airways series, London's Africa Seven introduces a new compilation focusing on some of the continent's most recognised female artists - and even some underrated heroines. The under-acknowledged musical contribution that African women have given to the funky sounds of Africa are celebrated here. This release will coincide with International Womens Day, and indeed what a tribute. Features the diggers delight "Kilimandjaro Take Us Higher" by South African songstress Letta Mbulu, some smokin' hot Nigerian boogie by Mona Finnih on "Ani Kewa Jo" and Miriam 'Mother Africa' Makeba with the sultry slo-mo groove of "Xica Da Silva". Makeba is known equally for her musical contributions as she is in fighting the apartheid and becoming a UN Ambassador.
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VARIOUS
Cat: AACD 083. Rel: 04 Jul 17
  1. Dream Stars - "Pop Makossa Invasion"
  2. Mystic Djim & The Spirits - "Yaounde Girls"
  3. Bill Loko - "Nen Lambo"
  4. Pasteur Lappe - "Sanaga Calypso"
  5. Eko - "M'onguele M'am"
  6. Olinga Gaston - "Ngon Engap"
  7. Emmanuel Kahe & Jeanette Kemogne - "Ye Medjuie"
  8. Nkodo Si Tony - "Mininga Meyong Mese"
  9. Pasteur Lappe - "Sekele Movement"
  10. Bernard Ntone - "Mussoloki"
  11. Pat´ Ndoye - "More Love"
  12. Clement Djimogne - "Africa"
Review: Just when you think that the well of obscure music from around the world has run dry, Analog Africa returns to put the record straight. Pop-Makossa shines a light on a glorious but largely overlooked period in the story of Cameroonian makossa, when local musicians began to replace funk and highlife influences with the rubbery bass of classic disco and the sparkling synth flourishes and drum machines of electrofunk. The resultant compilation, which apparently took eight years to produce, is packed full of brilliant cuts, from the heavily-electronic jauntiness of Pasteur Lappe's "Sanaga Calypso" and horn-totin' Highlife-disco of Emmaniel Kahe and Jeanette Kemogne's "Ye Medjuie", to the dense, organ-laden wig out that is Clement Djimogne's "Africa".
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VARIOUS
Cat: FER 003. Rel: 23 Sep 19
  1. Collage - "Mets Neidude Vahel" (3:35)
  2. Marju Kuut - "Uksi Kuid Vabana" (3:13)
  3. Tiiu Varik - "Naed Vaid Oma Silmi" (3:14)
  4. Tonis Magi & Music Seif - "Sa Haara Kinni Mu Kaest" (3:30)
  5. Els Himma - "Keskoo" (2:44)
  6. Valter Ojakaar - "Rasked Veosed" (4:05)
  7. Uno Naissoo - "Marss Eksprompt" (2:49)
  8. Gunnar Graps & Magnetic Band - "Leidmine" (3:17)
  9. Eesti TV & Raadio Estraadiorkester - "Keskoosamba" (instrumental) (4:10)
  10. Tarmo & Toomos Urb - "Valgud Peeglis" (feat Vanemode - short version) (4:59)
  11. Eesti Raadio Estraadiorkester - "Malestuste Teel" (instrumental) (5:41)
Review: Several years deep into their quest to amplify their homeland's rich funk talent, Eastern European collective Estonian Funk Embassy level up with this exceptional compendium of tracks written and recording during Estonia's time under Soviet control. The first time most of these records have been released and distributed beyond domestic release, it's a total treasure trove of grooves ranging from upbeat, big band-led swing ("Keskoosamba"), thigh-slapping horn-heavy funk ("Rasked Veosed"), smokier, lounge-lapping jazzier influences ("Naed Vaid Oma Silmi"), sleazy disco funk ("Sa Haara Kinni Mu Kaest" and many shades in between. Capturing Estonia's musical legacy in all directions, this is a genuinely unique record.
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Cat: LITA 163CD. Rel: 09 May 19
  1. Tomoko Soryo - "I Say Who"
  2. Taeko Ohnuki - "Kusuri Wo Takusan"
  3. Minako Yoshida - "Midnight Driver"
  4. Nanako Sato - "Subterranean Futari Bocci"
  5. Haruomi Hosono - "Sports Men"
  6. Izumi Kobayashi - "Coffee Rumba"
  7. FOE - "In My Jungle"
  8. Akira Inoue, Hiroshi Sato & Masataka Matsutoya - "Sun Bathing"
  9. Hiroshi Satoh - "Say Goodbye"
  10. Yukihiro Takahashi - "Drip Dry Eyes"
  11. Masayoshi Takanaka - "Bamboo Vender"
  12. Shigeru Suzuki - "Lady Pink Panther"
  13. Haruomi Hosono, Takahiko Ishikawa & Masataka Matsutoya - "Mykonos No Hanayome"
  14. Yasuko Agawa - "LA Night"
  15. Hitomi Tohyama - "Exotic Yokogao"
  16. Tazumi Toyoshima - "Machibouke"
Review: U.S label Light In The Attic has previously served up compilations exploring various Japanese takes on Western music, most notably folk, rock, ambient and new age. Here they switch tack, curating a brilliant double-album set that showcases the best Japanese synth-pop, AOR and boogie recorded between 1976 and '86. The quality threshold remains impressively high throughout, from the blue-eyed-soul breeze of Taeko Ohnuki's "Kusuri Wo Takusan" and the Chaz Jankel-meets-Thompson Twins style throb of Haruomi Hosono's "Sports Men", to the talkbox-sporting late night AOR-pop flex's Hiroshi Satoh's "Say Goodbye" and the glistening, Latin-influenced jazz-funk brilliance of Masayoshi Takanaka's steel pan-sporting "Bamboo Vender".
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Intérprete: Dicky Trisco
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VARIOUS
Cat: MRBLP 151. Rel: 16 May 18
  1. Elbernita "Twinkie" Clark - "Awake O Zion" (5:55)
  2. Dee Edwards - "Put Your Love On The Line" (4:36)
  3. Anubis - "Ecology" (4:01)
  4. Guy Cuevas - "Ebony Game" (6:43)
  5. Kiru Stars (Julius Kang'ethe) - "Family Planning" (4:53)
  6. Teaspoon & The Waves - "Oh Yeh Soweto" (4:12)
  7. Leny Andrade - "Nao Adianta" (2:52)
  8. Rosa Maria - "Samba Maneiro" (2:54)
  9. Tom & Dito - "Obrigado Corcovado" (2:26)
  10. Inezita Barroso - "Maracatu Elegante" (2:12)
  11. Joao Diaz - "Capoeira" (2:55)
  12. The Equatics - "Merry Go Round" (2:46)
  13. Elias Rahbani & His Orchestra - "Liza... Liza" (5:23)
  14. The Beaters - "Harari" (8:28)
Review: Mr Bongo's crate-digging compilation series - described by the imprint as a "chance to champion tracks we've been playing in our sets" - returns and, predictably, this second volume is every bit as good as its predecessor. Naturally, there's a fair amount of Brazilian and African gems present, as well as a wealth of little-known disco, soul and funk cuts that will have DJs scrambling to find copies of the original 12" or 7" singles. Highlights are plentiful and include - but are not limited to - the punchy disco-funk of Dee Edwards' "Put Your Funk on the Line", the South African bubblegum brilliance of Kiru Stars, the sun-soaked peak-time samba of Tomu Dito and the Meters-go-to-Nigeria vibes of "Harari" by the Beaters. And that's just for starters.
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  1. Theodora Ifudu - "This Time Around" (4:56)
  2. Oby Onyioha - "Enjoy Your Life" (6:18)
  3. Nana Love - "Talking About Music" (3:46)
  4. Joy Nwosu & Her Group - "Azania" (4:13)
  5. Miriam Makeba - "Malaika" (5:18)
  6. Nayanka Bell - "Just A Boogie" (3:42)
  7. Christy Essien - "Nobody Can Stop You" (5:03)
  8. Bebe Manga - "Lokognolo" (4:12)
  9. Diane Solo - "N'Ziketio" (5:47)
  10. Sissi Massila - "Salif" (4:23)
Review: Africa Seven's second tribute to the "funky sounds of female Africa" is packed to the rafters with gems. While some of the material may be familiar to those digging Afro-funk, disco and boogie - see Oby Onyioha's breezy boogie sing-along "Enjoy Your Life", the similarly awesome early '80s dancefloor pressure of Nayanka Bell's "Just A Boogie" and the gnarled disco-rock pressure of Christy Essien's "Nobody Can Stop You" - the vast majority of tracks are not only little-known, but also simply essential. Our picks include the disco-reggae bounce of Bebe Manga's "Lokognolo", Theodora Ifudu's Teena Marie style disco-boogie workout "This Time Around" and the spiraling heavy funk pressure of Diane Solo's "N'Ziketio".
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VARIOUS
Cat: ASVN 040. Rel: 30 Nov 17
  1. Tala AM - "Get Up Tchamassi" (3:08)
  2. Eko - "Bowa'a Mba Ngebe" (3:28)
  3. Uta Bella - "Nassa Nassa" (3:54)
  4. Charly Kingson - "Nimele Bolo" (5:19)
  5. Manu Dibango - "Sun Explosion" (8:12)
  6. Kemayo & K System - "Biram" (1:58)
  7. Momo Joseph - "Africain" (4:27)
  8. Jake Sollo - "Tinini Yanana" (7:12)
  9. Pierre Didy Tchakounte - "Soul Magabe" (3:37)
  10. The Monstars - "Funny Saga" (3:28)
Review: To date, each volume in Africa Seven's thrilling Africa Airways compilation series has been little less than essential. It goes without saying that this fourth instalment is also exceptionally good. Whereas previous volumes have focused on Afro-funk and "Afro-psych" (think Sly Stone, Nigerian style), this set drills down into African disco-funk released between 1976 and '83. Highlights come thick and fast throughout, from the solo-laden, slap bass-boasting bounce of Tala AM's "Get Up Tchamassi" and Charly Kingson's squelchy, synth-laden Blaxploitation number "Nimele Bolo", to the righteous, piano-driven thrills of Kemayo and K-System's brilliant "Biram" and the superior boogie business of Jake Sollo's "Tinini Yasana".
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VARIOUS
Cat: ACIDO 027. Rel: 29 May 18
  1. PG Sounds - "Acid" (part 3 - mix 1) (6:23)
  2. TVA - "Light Trace" (4:27)
  3. Chance Encounter (1:44)
  4. Roadworker - "Bomag Muzak" (3:15)
  5. Arrrgh - "Outro" (0:59)
  6. Dynamo Dreesen & Porn Sword Tobacco - "Wormhole" (5:15)
  7. TVA - "Crackled Crossed Lines" (4:16)
  8. Telephones - "Pok-A-Tok" (Sundown mix) (6:03)
Review: Dynamo Dreesen's ACIDO imprint could not be functional without these sporadic mini-compilations from his co-workers and compatriots. The Berlin imprint, still waving the flag up high in the name of GOOD electronic music, returns with the third helping of My House Is Not Your House, a series showcasing the imprint's well-known talents and less established new entries, in what is always an indirect 'house' coating. PG Sounds kicks off with an intricate percussion pattern called "Acid", while newcomer TVA slaps down a fine drum groove surrounded by all sorts of quirky melodies, and there are plenty more deviations from the likes of Chance Encounter, Roadworker, or Arrrgh. Even Dreesen himself appears, alongside port Sword Tobacco, along with Fett-Burger's Telephones moniker. Unmissable, as per usual.
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Cat: FVR 109CD. Rel: 04 Dec 15
  1. Marcia Maria - "Amigo Branco"
  2. Miss Lene - "Sinal De Desejo"
  3. Brenda - "Natureza Viva"
  4. Cristina Camargo - "Minas Do Rei Salomao"
  5. Lady Zu - "Valeu A Pena"
  6. Almir Ricardi - "To Parado Na Tua"
  7. Rosana - "Alegria No Ar."
  8. Kaito - "Cara Feia"
  9. Adriana - "Contigo"
Review: Favorite Recordings' superb Disco Boogie Sounds series continues. Following Waxist's recent exploration of French productions from the period, they've decided to drop a second collection of high-grade Brazilian material. Renowned crate-digger Charles Maurice has done a terrific job of gathering together dusty, obscure cuts that perfectly encapsulate Brazilian musicians' sun-kissed, soulful approach to disco and boogie. Highlights are naturally plentiful, and include the starry, jazz-funk tinged warmth of Christina Camargo's "Minas Do Rei Salomao", the Chic style brilliance of Almir Ricardi's "To Parado Na Tua", and the cosmic, horn-heavy leftfield disco thrills of Kaito's "Cara Feia".
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Master Mix: Red Hot & Arthur Russell (gatefold 3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: YEP 2391LP. Rel: 21 Nov 14
  1. Jose Gonzalez - "This Is How We Walk On The Moon"
  2. Hot Chip - "Go Bang"
  3. Lonnie Holley - "Soon-To-Be Innocent Fun" (interlude)
  4. Robyn - "Tell You (Today)"
  5. Sufjan Stevens - "A Little Lost"
  6. Lonnie Holley - "In The Light Of The Miracle" (interlude)
  7. Richard Reed Parry, Little Scream, Sam Amidon, Colin Stetson & Sarah Neufeld - "Keeping Up"
  8. Rubblebucket & Nitemoves - "Eli"
  9. The Revival Hour - "Hiding Your Present From You"
  10. Sam Amidon - "Lucky Cloud"
  11. Devendra Banhart - "Losing My Taste For The Night Life"
  12. Phosphorescent - "You Can Make Me Feel Bad"
  13. Blood Orange - "Is It All Over My Face & Tower Of Meaning"
  14. Scissor Sisters - "That's Us/Wild Combination"
  15. Vega Intl - "Arm Around You"
  16. Oh Mercy - "Planted A Thought"
  17. Lonnie Holley - "Hop On Down" (interlude)
  18. Cults - "Being It"
  19. Richard Reed Parry - "Just A Blip"
  20. Glen Hansard - "I Couldn't Say It To Your Face"
  21. Liam Finn, Ernie Brooks & Peter Zummo - "This Love Is Crying"
  22. Thao & The Get Down Stay Down - "Nobody Wants A Lonley Heart"
  23. The Autumn Defense - "Oh Fernanda Why"
  24. Alexis Taylor - "Our Last Night Together"
  25. Lonnie Holley - "The Deer In The Forest" (interlude)
  26. Redding Hunter - "Close My Eyes"
Review: The work of the late cellist, composer and disco auteur Arthur Russell still defies categorisation, sashaying effortlessly as it does between pop and the avant-garde whilst always bearing the hallmarks of his unique, mercurial talent. Thus, this compilation which draws together a wide variety of luminaries to essay his songs for the Red Hot AIDS charity makes for a suitably diverse and fitting tribute. Whilst the like of Devendra Banhart, Robyn, Sufjan Stevens and Blood Orange all offer unique twists on Russell's ditties, what shines throughout is the maverick spark and genre-transcending elan that were his calling cards.
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  1. SS-Say - "Care"
  2. Oskarova Fobija - "Beli Dekolte"
  3. Danton's Voice - "I Hear The Bells"
  4. Sympathy Nervous - "Polaroid"
  5. Pas De Deux - "Cardiocleptomanie"
  6. Robert Lawrence & Mark Phillips - "Computer Bank"
  7. The Fast Set - "Kaleidecon"
  8. Reserve - "Destination Pour L'Inconnu"
  9. Kym Amps - "You Don't Know My Name"
  10. Unovidual & Tara Cross - "Microphone Connection"
  11. Gary Allen - "Oops It's An Accident" (extended mix)
  12. Art Fact - "Rain In The South"
Review: For those with an interest in the development of electronic music in the late '70s and early '80s, the sporadic synth-wave collections from New York-based Minimal Wave Records have always been essential listening. This latest missive, originally released on a limited vinyl pressing earlier this year, offers another treasure trove of little known and unreleased material from the period. Most pleasingly, it offers a truly global outlook, showcasing music from Japan, the US, UK and the former Yugoslavia. Predictably, there's much to enjoy, from the skewiff vocoder electro of Polaroid and low-end madness of Robert Lawrence to the synth-phonic doodlings of Reserve and new wave strut of Danton's Voice.
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Cat: STRUT 121LP. Rel: 19 Mar 15
  1. Kabasa - "Unga Pfula A Chi Pfalo" (4:39)
  2. Elias Maluleke & Mavambe Girls - "Khombo Ranga" (2:27)
  3. The Actions - "Kokro-Ko (Hide & Seek)" (6:06)
  4. TY Boys - "Lekopokopo Single Moqashoa" (3:06)
  5. Almon Memela - "The Things We Do In Soweto" (3:44)
  6. The Movers - "Soweto Disco" (4:04)
  7. Abafana Bama Soul - "Masisizwane" (3:25)
  8. Xoliso - "Manano" (5:27)
  9. Damara - "Mmamakhabtha" (6:38)
  10. Margaret Singane - "Ubukhwele" (4:06)
  11. Isaac & The Sakie Special Band - "Get Down" (5:46)
  12. Marumo - "Khomo Tsaka Deile Kae?" (3:41)
  13. The Drive - "Ain't Sittin' Down Doin' Nothing" (6:02)
  14. Kabasa - "Unga Pfula A Chi Pfalo"
  15. Elias Maluleke & Mavambe Girls - "Khombo Ranga"
  16. The Actions - "Kokro-Ko (Hide & Seek)"
  17. TY Boys - "Lekopokopo Single Moqashoa"
  18. Almon Memela - "The Things We Do In Soweto"
  19. The Movers - "Soweto Disco"
  20. Abafana Bama Soul - "Masisizwane"
  21. Xoliso - "Manano"
  22. Damara - "Mmamakhabtha"
  23. Margaret Singane - "Ubukhwele"
  24. Isaac & The Sakie Special Band - "Get Down"
  25. Marumo - "Khomo Tsaka Deile Kae?"
  26. The Drive - "Ain't Sittin' Down Doin' Nothing"
Review: For those interested in the development of black South African music during the height of the oppressive apartheid regime, Strut's excellent Next Stop Soweto series has always been essential listening. This fourth instalment is, unsurprisingly, another cracker, and is once again packed with high-grade material that perfectly showcases some of the best hybrids of Western rock, soul funk and disco with indigenous South African styles. Highlights are plentiful, and include the riotous dancefloor madness of The Movers' "Soweto Disco", the synthesizer-heavy wooziness of TY Boys, Xoliso's chunky stoner funk-rock, and the anthem-like, slap bass-propelled brilliance of Harari's "Give". ** Includes CD copy of the comp too **
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Louie VEGA/VARIOUS
Cat: NER 24406. Rel: 05 Jun 18
  1. Love Paradox (feat The Martinez Brothers) (11:48)
  2. Get With The Funk (feat Josh Milan) (8:26)
  3. Dancing For Your Love (feat Cindy Mizelle & Sharon Bryant) (5:29)
  4. Love Fantasy (feat Cindy Mizelle) (5:44)
  5. Last Night A DJ Saved My Life (feat Anane) (5:05)
  6. Dub Disco Band - "Cosmic Disco" (7:02)
Review: Part two of Louie Vega's latest authentic adventure; what began as a remix project on a series of Sam Records classics quickly became a brand new artist album with Louie and Nervous boss (and son of Sam Records founder Sam Weiss) Michael Weiss orchestrating some of the finest remakes and originals imaginable. Following the Luther Vandross-featured first part comes this exceptional sophomore packing highlights such as Louie and wife Anane's sultry cover of Indeep's seminal "Last Night A DJ Saved My Life", the insatiable late night energy of "Dancing For Your Love" and the soul melting sultry style of "Love Fantasy". Exceptional to the last disco detail.
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  1. Dancing Alone (2:38)
  2. Cold Summer (2:53)
  3. Lazy Days (2:40)
  4. Running In The Dark (3:29)
  5. Dancefloor Theme (2:47)
  6. Zeit (1st demo) (5:06)
  7. An Endless Night (2:55)
  8. Brave Runner (2:43)
  9. International Language (1st demo) (3:58)
  10. Hollywood Party (1st demo) (3:57)
  11. Love Parade (4:00)
  12. Sunrise (5:00)
  13. Summer Of 83 (3:40)
  14. Follow Your Way (4:14)
Review: Now here's an Italo treasure trove if we ever heard one. Italian disco legend Fred Ventura recorded these during his transition from State Of Art and Actor's Studio in the early 80s to his status as one of the leading figures in the Italo scene. Previously unreleased and digitally remastered, all laced with his signature introspective vocal, it's the sound of Ventura finding himself and honing his craft before he went on to drop his breakthrough release "Zeit / Hollywood Party" (both of which can be found in demo form on this collection) and set his own Italian pop benchmark. High vaultage.
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Intérprete: I Love Disco!
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Pop Sympathie (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: VERLP 39. Rel: 20 Jun 19
  1. Cecilia - "Si Me Olvidas" (3:10)
  2. Electropic - "Cine Cha Cha Cha" (4:55)
  3. Laurent Stopnicki - "Amour Fonctionnel" (3:57)
  4. Zig Zag - "Ca S'Arrange Pas" (3:29)
  5. Bisou - "Marre D'Aimer" (2:29)
  6. Milpattes - "Je Vais Danser" (4:40)
  7. Janou - "Demodee" (2:20)
  8. Martin Circus - "Bains-Douches" (5:07)
  9. Sonia - "J'Sais Plus Ou J'En Suis" (2:56)
  10. Fabienne Stoko - "Poupee" (2:58)
  11. Anne Lorric - "Delivrez-Moi" (2:53)
  12. Yogo - "Reve De Star" (I:Cube Dreamy edit) (4:03)
  13. Arielle Angelfred - "Cauch'mar Bizarre" (2:58)
  14. Ronan Girre - "Je N'Sais Pas Avec Qui?" (feat Arielle Dombasle) (3:12)
  15. Reserve - "Une Fille En Transe" (3:31)
Review: Five years ago, French record collector Vidal Benjamin wowed us with "Disco Sympathie", a killer compilation of obscure Gallic disco and boogie gems. For this similarly dusty-fingered follow-up, he's set his gaze on French new wave and synth-pop. It's an entertaining and eye-opening listen that moves from the samba-chanson of Cecilia and the fizzing electro-funk of Electropic, to the sweet and cheery synth-pop of "Reserve". Highlights in between include the bustling synth-pop sleaziness of Sonia's "J'Sais Plus Ou J'En Suis", the throbbing new wave quirkiness of Milpatte's "Je Vais Danser" and the low-slung post-punk pop of I:Cube's fresh re-edit of Yogo's "Reve De Star".
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