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The Loneliest One
The Loneliest One (1-sided 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MDDLTD12 04. Rel: 26 Apr 21
  1. The Loneliest One (9:07)
Review: Al Kent's Million Dollar Disco is back in business with a surefooted single-sided press of a sumptuous piece of disco taxidermy. Taking the vocal from The Four Tops' 'Ask The Lonely' and some licks from 'It Seems To Hang On' by Ashford & Simpson, Kent has cooked up something achingly beautiful, for when you want the dancefloor to get all misty eyed. It's no accident that it's been mixed down at the legendary Green Door studio in Glasgow either - this sounds as warm and bubbling in your ears as any of the consistently great-sounding music that spills out of that spot.
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Around The World
Around The World (limited 7" reeditado)
Cat: EM 004. Rel: 09 Apr 21
  1. Around The World (4:01)
  2. Da Funk (3:57)
Review: American label Mojo Electric have reissued golden oldies by the likes of Cybotron, Freestyle and Jive Rhythm Trax recently, but this could be their biggest one yet. They continue their foray into classic electronic music with this stone cold classic. Get your hands on a French Touch classic, it is of course 'Around The World', an unforgettable early anthem from Daft Punk on a cute 7" pressing. The seminal late 1997 classic is on the A-side, followed on the flip by the bombastic bounce of 'Da Funk' - another anthem by Bangalter and de Homem-Christo.
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If You Want My Lovin'
Cat: ZP 64. Rel: 30 Apr 21
  1. If You Want My Lovin' (4:51)
  2. Hardly Need To Say (4:22)
Review: Izipho Soul is one of our favourite labels here at Juno HQ. The music it serves up is of the sort that makes you need it in your bag as soon as you hear the first few seconds. June Evans is the latest lung busting vocalist to swoon her way into our hearts with this dazzling performance from 1981 over golden chords, leggy drums and a killer synth bassline that is phat as hell. Flip it over for 'Hardly Need To Say,' an achingly beautiful lament over a fusion groove that glows bright and exudes warmth.
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Under The Sky
Under The Sky (limited 12" + hand-numbered insert)
Cat: TD 004. Rel: 27 Apr 21
  1. Under The Sky (5:53)
  2. Close Orbit (5:37)
Review: Wave making retro-groovers Talking Drums are back with Vol. 4, which some will say is their best outing yet. Once again it finds the outfit looking back to go forwards, with Balearic beats, chuggy grooves and Mediterranean vibes all colouring their music. 'Under The Sky' is coloured with lush kalimba and has you remerging some long lost holiday romance, then the flip 'Close Orbit' gets rather more cosmic. The synths meandering out into a dark night sky, the drums chug and the new beat feel is heightened by slapping hits.
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Nathan Bartell
Cat: AOTNLP 035. Rel: 29 Apr 21
  1. Top Going Down, Bottom Going Up (3:19)
  2. I Feel It Coming (feat Chuck Robinson) (3:41)
  3. Sitting Alone (3:46)
  4. Jody & John (2:54)
  5. Some One Like You (2:47)
  6. Moving On (2:47)
  7. I Want Your Love (4:16)
  8. Mystery Lady (4:23)
  9. See Me Cry (4:03)
  10. Ooh Baby, I Love You (2:37)
  11. If I Could Win Your Love (2:40)
  12. If I Ever Fall In Love Again (2:52)
Review: Georgia-born soul singer Nathan Bartell cut a number of obscure deep funk, soul and disco singles in the 1970s and early '80s, most of which are on the wants-list of some of the world's most enthusiastic and knowledgeable record collectors. Athens of the North is therefore doing a good deed by collecting these sought-after "sides" together on an album for the very first time. The self-titled set does a great job of introducing us to Bartell's soulful world via a mixture of righteous funk floor-burners, emotional slow jams, Southern soul numbers, slick boogie numbers and '80s soul treats. In other words, it's a much-needed retrospective of one of underground soul's genuine forgotten talents.
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Intérprete: I Love Disco!, Soul Music
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Orange Tree Edits Vol 8
Orange Tree Edits Vol 8 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: OTE 008. Rel: 27 Apr 21
  1. Hysteric - "Forza" (6:56)
  2. Good Block - "Mondo" (5:52)
  3. Good Block - "Vuudu" (4:35)
  4. Maybe Tonight - "Pacifique" (OTE Maybe Tonight Refix) (5:28)
Review: Orange Tree serves up more low hanging, perfectly ripened disco fruit from four master diggers here. Melbourne's Hysteric open up with 'Forza,' a stomping bit of 80s synth work that radiates warmth. London duo Good Block offer up two cuts, the first of which is the dark and dubby 'Mondo', then 'Vuudu,' a steamy and percussive, heavy and edgy chugger with real presence. Parisian favourite Maybe Tonight closes out with the most dreamy of the lot - a track with swirling pads, steamy vocal whispers and a slapping groove overlaid with new age motifs.
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She's On The Money
Cat: AOTN 12015. Rel: 29 Apr 21
  1. She Is On The Money (unreleased 14.43 Disco mix) (14:44)
  2. Holiday (4:31)
  3. She Is On The Money (alternate) (4:37)
  4. She Is On The Money (7' version) (4:06)
  5. She Is On The Money (instrumental) (4:08)
Review: Once again Athens of the North boss Euan Fryer has dug deep for inspiration. Even within disco and boogie collector circles, few know the self-released early '80 singles of sometime Sister Sledge backing bandmember Doug Payne. As Fryer has proved on this compilation style EP, Payne's boogie-era jams were genuinely brilliant. The killer cut is 'She's On The Money', a P-funk style wriggler - think squelchy, undulating synth-bass, soulful vocals, sparkling synth lines and bustling machine drums - that's available in a variety of versions. Our pick of the bunch is the previously unreleased extended mix, which stretches out to almost 15 minutes and includes some superb, DJ-friendly stripped-back sections. Also worth a listen is the slap-bass-propelled boogie-funk of 'Holiday', which was originally Payne's debut solo single way back in 1983.
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Intérprete: I Love Disco!, Soul Music
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Reggae Music (reissue)
Cat: KALITA 12016. Rel: 23 Apr 21
  1. Reggae Music (4:53)
  2. Reggae Music (instrumental) (5:55)
Review: This 12" on Kalita marks first ever official reissue of the highly sought after Michael Paul reggae-soul-disco gem 'Reggae Music.' It is something of a megabit that never was after first coming on the New York-based Revolver Records. Since then it has been hard to find, and even if you do find a copy, many are said to have some real sound quality issues. Either way it is now a bit of a grail for a certain sort of DJ so to have it here, remastered and nice and loud, is big news. As well as the languid and steamy original, there is a killer dub version on the flip.
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Native New Yorker (Mike Maurro remix)
Cat: BRPD 25. Rel: 20 Apr 21
  1. Native New Yorker (Mike Maurro mix) (9:46)
  2. Use It Up & Wear It Out (Mike Maurro mix) (8:14)
Review: Originally released back in 1977, 'Native New Yorker' is considered by some as one of the greatest disco productions ever. Odyssey was originally formed in 1968 by Virgin Islands born sisters Carmen, Lillian and Louise Lopez. Lillian and Louise later teamed up with Filipino producer Tony Reynolds where they explored a more pop-oriented sound as heard here. Brookside Records dug through the Sony vaults and came up with a pair of remixes by NYC 'mixmaster ' Mike Maurro. The A-side's Extended version has a long extended intro, break and extended instrumental sections. On the flip, 'Use It Up and Wear It Out' boosts the rhythm section and adds subtle changes while staying respectful to the original sound
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Never Gonna Stop
Never Gonna Stop (white vinyl 7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: ZP 52WHITE. Rel: 05 May 21
  1. Never Gonna Stop (5:13)
  2. Deuzy Vibe (4:22)
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Eclipse: Part Three
Eclipse: Part Three (double 7")
Cat: VR 2087. Rel: 14 Apr 21
  1. Stand On The Word (Louie Vega original version) (4:46)
  2. Hot Music (feat Lisa Fischer) (4:38)
  3. Pastime Paradise (feat Josh Milan) (3:58)
  4. Berimbau (feat Josh Milan & Lisa Fischer) (4:06)
Review: Unlike its predecessors, the third and final part of Elements of Life's reissue of their 2013 double-CD Eclipse does not come on a 12" double-pack, but rather a double seven-inch. It contains some genuine gems from Louie Vega's disco/Latin/house fusion collective, starting with a suitably rousing, celebratory and mood-enhancing diso-boogie cover of Joubert Singers' classic 'Stand on the Word'. The EP also sports two other tidy covers - a rich, sun-splashed jazz-funk take on Stevie Wonder classic 'Pastime Paradise' and a lazy, hazy, carnival-ready interpretation of Brazilian standard 'Berimbau' - as well as a deliciously jazzy EOL original called 'Hot Music'.
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Bump & Hustle Music
Bump & Hustle Music (limited 7")
Cat: DYNAM 7093. Rel: 12 Apr 21
  1. Bump & Hustle Music (4:59)
  2. Fulton County Line (4:46)
Review: If you've ever been to a rare groove party - or a soul and funk one, for that matter - there's a fair chance you'll have heard Tommy Stewart's 'Bump & Hustle Music'. The song first featured on the American artist's self-titled debut album in 1976, but later became an anthem on the London rare groove scene. It remains an infectious, feel-good, life-affirming treat, with addictive female vocals, twittering flute motifs and much-sampled horn riffs riding a languid, rolling groove. Over on the flip you'll find another fine track taken from the same album: the sweeping, string-laden disco sweetness that is 'Fulton County Line'.
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Jigsaw Moon/Jules Y Cyntia
Jigsaw Moon/Jules Y Cyntia (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: IIB 057. Rel: 19 Apr 21
  1. Jigsaw Moon (5:21)
  2. Jigsaw Moon (Eddie C Acid dub) (7:33)
  3. Jules Y Cyntia (5:13)
  4. Jules Y Cyntia (Eddie C dubwise In Der Wedding mix) (6:48)
Review: Heralding brighter days is surely the job of Is It Balearic?, a label whose entire raison d'etre is silky smooth sounds for long days spent sipping cocktails on sunkissed terraces. This time around, Max Essa and Eddie C have gone head to head, with the former delivering the original tunes and the latter dropping the remixes. Essa gets into full-spectrum deep house for the baggy crowd on 'Jigsaw Moon', which Eddie C promptly pitch shifts and rubs down with some understated acid. 'Jules Y Cyntia' is a mellower offering, revelling in languid guitar, only to be gently pumped up by Eddie C with a heavy, chugging undercarriage to take you deep into the sundown.
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Beards EP
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The First Narcissus
The First Narcissus (limited 12")
Cat: GALL 013. Rel: 29 Apr 21
  1. The First Narcissus (11:41)
  2. Jealous Groove (10:38)
The vocalist on this one sure does sound like a celebrated British pop vocalist. And the hints in the mystic text accompanying it certainly don't lessen that feeling. Either way, her textured tones on 'The First Narcissus' are weaved into a gritty, low slung groove that has crashing claps and a dirty baseline that wouldn't sound out of place in the Berghain basement. On the flip, 'Jealous Groove' is a punchy but clipped disco beat with a sense of urgency and streetwise swagger that sounds true fresh. West End Records mysterious Bitter End off-shoot strikes again with this one.
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Intérprete: Superbreak
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All I Want
All I Want (12")
Cat: DFTD 622. Rel: 23 Apr 21
  1. All I Want (feat Jake Shears) (4:23)
  2. All I Want (extended NRG remix) (7:06)
  3. All I Want (Purple Disco Machine remix) (8:08)
  4. All I Want (DJ Tennis remix) (7:16)
Review: Boys Noize and Defected seem like rather odd bedfellows on paper. The former is known for making caustic, in your face club tracks that are aggressive and heavily textured. The latter is one of house music's most smooth and feel good labels. Yet with 'All I Want (feat Jake Shears)' they somehow find a sweet spot between the two. The tune has gauzy chord vamps and and a rigid beat, but the vocal is catchy and smooth, while the bass sequence is sure to lock in any crowd. The remixes take in star-gazing, upbeat disco house funk and dub, stripped back and trance inducing minimalism from DJ Tennis.
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Intérprete: I Love Disco!
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Yom Yom EP
Yom Yom EP (12")
Cat: RNTR 035. Rel: 13 Apr 21
  1. Yom Yom (feat Soma Idrissu) (5:06)
  2. Have You Seen My Lady (6:37)
  3. Yom Yom (dub) (7:16)
  4. Adjinu (6:19)
Review: Razor-N-Tape looks to Israeli producers Eyal Rob and Ronen Sabo for this latest tasty trip. The duo serves up fine disco, funk, and afro fusions that take you from the terrace to the back room and then outside once more when the sun comes up. 'Yom Yom' (feat Soma Idrissu) is the warm and feel-good party starter, then 'Have You Seen My Lady' is more rooted to the floor with its heavy kicks, chants, and claps. There's a fun and playful 'Yom Yom' dub to kick off the flip side, then 'Adjinu' gets more freaky, with a wandering bassline and plump loops getting peppered with organic percussion.
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Don't Send Me Away (Record Store Day 2019)
Don't Send Me Away (Record Store Day 2019) (heavyweight vinyl 12" reeditado) (1 per customer)
Cat: BKD 505. Rel: 30 Apr 21
  1. Don't Send Me Away (5:22)
  2. You Got Dat Right (5:55)
Review: Last year, obscure 1980s soul singer Garfield Fleming returned to action with a mini-album of tracks co-produced by modern boogie maestro Simon Tappenden AKA Ourra. Here we get a chance to savour once again his 1981 debut single, the much-sampled "Don't Send Me Away". It's something of a "groove"-era boogie classic, all told, with Fleming's superb lead vocal rising above sweeping orchestration and a chunky groove. It also boasts a seriously good breakdown in which Garfield's repetitive chorus vocals ride a stripped-back but percussive groove. Turn to the flip for the solid original B-side "You Got Dat Right", a jaunty slab of disco powered by honky tonk style pianos and a superb "walking" bassline.
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BONFIDO 003 (hand-stamped 140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BONFIDO 003. Rel: 06 Apr 21
  1. Hammond Classics - "Sarabi"
  2. Panama Cardoon - "Marisa"
  3. Fixed Angles - "Sisi"
  4. Chico & Bianca - "Echo Flight"
Review: Bonfido Disques is back with the third release of their exotic concept series, embracing the feel-good vibe of the 80's international disco scene whether it comes from the African continent, the Middle East or America, combined with heavy contemporary drums in order to stand out in modern DJ sets. Four reworks for the dancefloor on a limited edition 12" vinyl.
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Do Your Dance
Cat: SAM 45703P. Rel: 27 Apr 21
  1. Do Your Dance (4:34)
  2. Free (4:42)
Review: Rhyze was a legendary New York based funk, soul and R&B band and they put out a classic album Just How Sweet Is Your Love on the SAM Records label back in the 80s. One of the little known but killer cuts from it is 'Do Your Dance.' It has driving horns over driving drums, with a slick bassline weaving in and out from front to back. The buttery vocal chants are simply irresistible, too. On the flip is the more peak time, floor filling bit of dynamite 'Free' with its irrepressible horns and clipped, kinetic drums.
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Mr K Edits Vol 4
Cat: MRKEDITS 004. Rel: 20 Apr 21
  1. Can't Nobody Love Me Like You Do (7:03)
  2. Can't Keep Holding On (5:59)
Review: Mr. K is an edit wizard and certified disco don. His super sought after and always limited self rebased series hits a fourth volume here with more our dance floor bait. 'Can't Nobody Love Me Like You Do' does everything right - the swooning strings that brig a big sense of occasion, the driving rhythm section and the sing along male vocal. Things move from the 70s to the 80s on 'Can't Keep Holding On' which is as smooth as silk in the way it fuses that decade's polished production with r&b vocals and the sort of hooks that will always make a real mark.
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Inside Out
Inside Out (1-sided 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MDDLTD 1203. Rel: 20 Apr 20
  1. Inside Out (7:47)
Review: Disco maestro Al Kent is a safe pair of hands when it comes to all things funky, and he's been setting dancefloors ablaze for more than 10 years with his exclusive remix of Odyssey's perennial classic "Inside Out". Smoothing out the boogie tones of the original and turning it into a fluttering disco-funk delight, it's an incredibly tasteful, velvety smooth version that until now has been out of reach of all but a very select few spinners. Now Mr. Kent has done the right thing and pressed up this heater for all to savour. Don't sleep as these will surely not be around for long.
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The Patchouli Brothers Edits
Cat: MTN 46. Rel: 13 Apr 21
  1. Lead Astray (6:56)
  2. Kin Sol (8:07)
  3. Can't Get You Down (7:26)
  4. Project Soul (7:06)
Review: The Patchouli Brothers from Toronto share an affinity for the strange side of house, disco, soul and esoteric sounds as heard on Defected, Soundway, GAMM, Star Creature, Pleasure of Love and Basic Fingers. They are resident DJs at Beam Me Up, a weekly disco night in Toronto and a monthly party in Montreal. They now present four scorching edits here on Moton: kicking off with the heart warming soul power of 'Lead Astray', the energetic funk explosion of 'Kin Sol', as well as the sexy late night boogie-down vibe of 'Can't Get You Down'. Also on the flip is a nice track ending on a low slung and slo-mo tip titled 'Project Soul'.
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Do What You Wanna Do (The Reflex mixes)
Cat: NILEFLEX 001. Rel: 20 Apr 21
  1. Do What You Wanna Do (The Reflex clubbed Up Revision 2021) (7:08)
  2. Do What You Wanna Do (The Reflex GreatesT Dancer mix) (5:05)
Review: Nicolas Laugier aka The Reflex is the man behind Revision Records and has been a crucial name in the fabric of electronic music, widely praised for his well executed edits done directly from the master tapes. Returning off the back of his latest 'revision' of Norman Doray & Darren Crook's 'Sweet Freedom', the London-based producer now turns his deft hand to two time Grammy award winner Nile Rodgers' 'Do What You Wanna Do', his disco anthem from back in 2014. The Reflex Clubbed Up Revision 2021 is deep and groovy mood music that's perfect to start up the dancefloor, while The Reflex Greatest Dancer mix on the flip is proper funky house version with a nice bit of stomp to it.
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Revisiting The Sunshine (reissue)
Revisiting The Sunshine (reissue) (brown vinyl 7" reeditado)
Cat: BBR 019BROWN. Rel: 04 May 21
  1. Revisiting The Sunshine (4:01)
  2. Funky Sensation (4:19)
Review: One of Canada's most influential hip-hop protagonists Jorun Bombay returns to local Halifax label Black Buffalo, an imprint that launched in 2005 with a white vinyl limited 45 issue....Following his recent edit series comes this fantastic cover of RA in the form of "Revisiting The Sunshine". Authentic to its soulful core, the release is perfectly timed as we're all beginning to miss the summer moving into the colder months. It's backed by an equally sunny shakedown version of "Funky Sensation" getting a precision Bombay treatment. Sensational.
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Jika Jika
Jika Jika (7")
Cat: VLM 003. Rel: 09 Mar 21
  1. Jika Jika (4:17)
  2. Jika Jika (The Odd Bits) (3:38)
Review: 'Jika Jika' is s super sassy version of Grandmaster Flash's iconic 'The Message'. This holy grail reissue from Vive La Musique has had a full remaster and features late, great South African artist Sipho Gumede in his 'Boogie Man' guise. For this one he worked alongside prolific 70s and 80s producer Greg Cutler with a Linn drum and Jupiter 4 synth recreating the famous basslines. Add in a mysterious rap vocal and you have a stone cold classic that will surely be well received in any setting. Flip it over for an extra jazzy synth version.
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Canto Club House 001
Canto Club House 001 (hand-stamped 140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FAUVECC 001. Rel: 19 Apr 21
  1. Track 1 (MH edit) (4:33)
  2. Track 2 (MH edit) (5:17)
  3. Storm (RFX Acid rework) (6:27)
  4. Midnight Queen (RFX edit) (5:48)
Review: Fauve Records is tapping into the overlooked sound of 1980s Hong Kong and some of the razor-sharp Cantonese disco that was getting pumped out for the clubs. Following hot on the heels of the Extinct Melodies From The Tropical Moon EP, label founder Romain FX is back on board with MH delving back into the archives of seriously overlooked dance music that, thanks to their editing skills, transcends time in its sheer classiness. MH throws down a tough stomper that could sit comfortably alongside a Yello belter, and a sprightly electro funker for the boogie crowd. RFX veers towards vocodered acid disco shot through with Italo bombast and then seals the deal with some AOR electro-pop with enough punch to go ten rounds with Robert Palmer.
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DB12 005
DB12 005 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DB12 005. Rel: 12 Apr 21
  1. Franz Scala - "Sweet Carillon" (7:24)
  2. Hysteric - "Pleides" (6:46)
  3. Beatfoot & DJ Dollpin - "Osdorp Discoteca" (5:39)
  4. Cherrystones - "Gom Reg Raga" (6:53)
Review: The Duca Bianco posse continue to plough headlong into the thicket of vintage dance music across genre boundaries, with a crack team of deepest diggers picking out lesser spotted jams and giving them an expert re-rub. First up, Franz Scala drops some synth-pop B-side dub mix magic on 'Sweet Carillon', before Hysteric leaps into action with the staccato body-popping bombast of 'Pleides', coming on like Yello and The Human League rocking out with Thomas Dolby. Beatfoot & DJ Dollpin bring a seriously salty slice of proto trance voodoo on 'Osdorp Discoteca', capturing the magic of the sound when a melting pot of influences such as Italo disco were feeding into the musical mix. Cherrystones finishes things off with 'Gom Reg Raga', a loping, polyrhythmic meditation with plenty of mysticism folded in between the earthen drums.
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Disco E Cultura Vol 1 (reissue)
Disco E Cultura Vol 1 (reissue) (limited hand-numbered 180 gram vinyl LP with obi strip reeditado)
Cat: MAR 035. Rel: 09 Apr 21
  1. Brilho - "Se Voce For A Salvador" (3:45)
  2. Lafayette - "Sol De Verao" (3:56)
  3. Paulo Jeronimo - "Vida Agitada" (3:31)
  4. Cornelius - "Deixa" (2:52)
  5. Franco - "Ei, Voce, Psiu!!" (2:36)
  6. Adriana - "Contigo" (4:06)
  7. Brazil Very Happy Band - "Brazil Very Happy Band" (3:41)
  8. Aloisio - "Tema R" (3:24)
  9. Os Carbonos - "Passaro Selvagem" (3:39)
  10. San Rodrigues - "Fofa" (3:01)
  11. Gay Vaquer - "Disco Pode Ser Cultura" (2:49)
  12. Grupo Natureza - "Pode Acreditar" (3:30)
Review: Portuguese label Mad About Records has dabbled with reissuing Brazilian music before, though this compilation from boss man Joaquim Paulo is by far and away their most in-depth dive into the South American country's rich dance music heritage. Disco E Cultura Volume 1 focuses on soul, funk, disco, boogie and jazz-funk released in the country during the 70s and '80s, offering up tons of colourful, floor-friendly jams featuring punchy, razor-sharp horn lines, MPB style vocals and grooves to die for. It's all excellent to be honest, though if you're looking for highlights we'd suggest checking Lafayette's brilliant 'Sol De Varao', the Barrio-funk of Franco, the hot-stepping breakbeats and mazy synth solos of Aloisio's jazz-funk gem 'Tema R', and the wonderfully smooth grooves of Grupo Natureza.
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Dreamin (orange vinyl 12")
Cat: S 12353ORANGE. Rel: 21 Apr 21
  1. Dreamin
  2. Dreamin (instrumental)
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Born A Loser
Born A Loser (gatefold 2xLP in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: BEC 5676589. Rel: 30 Apr 21
  1. We Are The Light (4:30)
  2. Let You Speak (3:07)
  3. Together We Stand (3:31)
  4. Born A Loser (3:40)
  5. There's A Snake In My Boot! (1:17)
  6. The Sun (3:29)
  7. Whether The Weather (feat Juan Wauters) (5:15)
  8. Always A Light (1:44)
  9. Call Me (2:46)
  10. Moving Men (feat Mac DeMarco) (2:48)
  11. It's About You (3:17)
  12. I Feel Better (I Got Something) (5:12)
  13. Now That We Found Love (4:27)
  14. We Found It (feat Bakar) (6:31)
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Robot Is Systematic
Cat: MAXI 105212. Rel: 29 Apr 21
  1. Robot Is Systematic (vocal version) (8:49)
  2. Robot Is Systematic (instrumental) (6:34)
  3. Robot Is Systematic (Flemming Dalum remix) (6:31)
  4. Robot Is Systematic (Hysteric edit) (7:16)
Review: ZYX Records Germany gets it just right on this classic Italo disco masterpiece. It's a reissue of the 1982 original that comes with the two still amazing original versions as well as a special pair of bonus version for 2021. The whole package still sounds as ground breaking now as it did back then with its dazzling synths, pixelated leas and robot vocals all over a strident, forward marching beat. Despite the length of the remixes, they hold your attention from the start to the finish and on the dance floor are sure to make for some truly euphoric experiences.
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Visions EP
Visions EP (12")
Cat: CAS 003. Rel: 28 Apr 21
  1. Cabaret Deluxe (6:06)
  2. Star Gazer (6:00)
  3. Night Tribe (6:46)
  4. Disco Nomad (5:52)
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Mysteria (7")
Cat: VA 45001. Rel: 29 Apr 21
  1. Mysteria (Electric remix) (3:56)
  2. Vocalize My Luv (feat Florence Adooni & Lizzy Amaliyenga - Electric remix) (4:09)
Review: In recent years we've become accustomed to Jimi Tenor flitting between off-kilter jazz, Afro-soul and - most recently via a Freestyleman collaboration - oddball house. 'Mysteria', his latest single, recalls the easy-going vocal numbers that marked out his years on Warp Records in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Not quite lounge, synth-pop, deep boogie or jazz-funk but rather something in between, the song features a typical lead vocal from Finland's greatest export bar Teemu Pukki, some seriously squelchy bass, and plenty of retro-futurist charm. Arguably even better is 'Vocalize My Love', a kind of jumpy Afro-dancehall number featuring analogue bass, hot-stepping drums and superb vocals courtesy of Florence Addoni and Lizzy Amaliyenga.
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Mango Shake Part 1
  1. Etur Usheo - "Wo Ye Wa (Na Na)" (6:26)
  2. Whatever Charles - "African Dialects" (5:10)
  3. Ziggy Phunk - "Blues Grinder" (6:09)
  4. So.undso - "Ultrashake" (5:49)
Review: Mango Sounds, a disco edits and disco-house imprint with a bulging, digital-only catalogue to its name, has finally decided to release a record. Predictably, there's plenty to savour on the Russian label's first wax outing. Etur Usheo gets proceedings under way in fine fashion with 'Wo Ye Wa (Na Na)', a fine fusion of sparkling nu-disco electronics, driving disco bass and African instrumentation/vocals, before Whatever Charles delivers a lolloping, house style re-rub of a funk-fuelled Afro-disco treat ('African Dialects'). Experienced re-editor and remixer Ziggy Phunk steals the show with vibraphone-laden, proto-house treat 'Blues Grinder', while So.undso's 'Ultrashake' is a celebratory disco-house stomper with added synth squelch.
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AOR Global Sounds Vol 5: 1977-1984
Cat: FVR 171LP. Rel: 23 Apr 21
  1. Rhapsody - "You Never Know" (4:55)
  2. Jonathon Hansen - "What Its Meant To Me" (4:14)
  3. Mark Williamson - "I Need You" (5:00)
  4. The Ferry Brothers - "'Til Mornin' Comes" (2:50)
  5. Didier Makaga - "J'Irai Squatter Ton Couer" (3:39)
  6. Esperanto - "Kailua" (5:36)
  7. Sugar Cane - "What You Do To Me" (3:05)
  8. Westside - "Don't Take It Away" (3:56)
Review: Charles Maurice shows off his digging skills once again with a collection of tunes that does exactly what it says on the tin. He delves into the album oriented rock archives of countries as far and wide as France, the United Kingdom and Venezuela to come up eight rare and hidden gems. The series started back in 2015 and still makes for essential listening now with gems like 'Don't Take It Away' by Westside - a love song about a new relationship, recorded in Minnesota and mastered on Sunset Bld. Sugar Cane's 'What You Do To Me' is another loved up gem with real romance in the chords.
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Stick Together
Cat: MXMRK 2040. Rel: 23 Mar 21
  1. Stick Together (edit By Mr K) (8:16)
  2. Body Language (edit By Mr K) (5:58)
Review: Mr. K and Most Excellent Unlimited are back once again and this time featuring a lowdown and stomping disco gem from Minnie Riperton. Her 1977 single 'Stick Together' rather sticks out in her discography of smooth modern soul, but that's not to say it isn't great. The second half to the original is what has been reworked in this edit and so we are treated to a lengthy exploration featuring keyboardist Sonny Burke (laying down some irresistible keys. Flip it over for his take on 'Body Language,' an album cut on the Jackson Five's last Motown album and here served up with an iconic bass line that just doesn't quit.
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Estrelar (limited 7")
Cat: BRZ 45030. Rel: 14 Aug 15
  1. Marcos Valle - "Estrelar" (5:11)
  2. Robson Jorge & Lincoln Olivetti - "Aleluia" (3:52)
Review: Two silky sides of Brazilian disco soul on Mr Bongo's perennial Brazil 45s series. First up, long-haired lothario samba fusionista Marcos teams up with Leon Ware for a pristine polished piece of early 80s disco funk. Golden harmonies, staccato vocals and a super juicy bassline; it's not hard to see why it was his best selling single. Flip for the equally smooth "Alleluia" from Brazilian boogie gospelist; this one is all about the percussion heavy breakdown. Proper sunshine block party business.
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Badi Badi EP
Cat: TA 012. Rel: 31 Mar 21
  1. Blue Eyes (7:07)
  2. Into It (5:10)
  3. Oh Yeah (5:04)
  4. Love Like That (5:42)
Review: Jacques Renault is back and in fine fettle as he serves up four more of his fantastically varied edits. He kicks off with the busy and bristling 'Blue Eyes' which is filled with jumbled grooves, disco synths and funky bass. There is a more classic soul sound on 'Into It' that rides over a deep cut rhythm section and Oh Yeah' then brings some blurting James Brown style raw funk. Last of all is 'Love Like That ' which is all bright boogie bass, loose percussion and a carefree female vocal to die for.
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DNA Edits Volume 6
DNA Edits Volume 6 (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: DNA 014. Rel: 29 Mar 21
  1. Remind Me (3:57)
  2. Knee Deep (4:20)
Review: Only a week after his last outing on this label, DJ DSK is making another return with more of his masterful edits. Volume 6 finds him open up with 'Remind Me,' which is a soulful and jazzy jam, with tumbling drums and nice wet claps. The vocal is the real winner, though, as it tugs at those heart strings. Flip it over and you'll find the much bigger anymore bumping 'Knee Deep' which has myriad recognisable samples all reworked into a party ready hip hop funk joint for the b-boys and girls out there.
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Movin On
Movin On (12")
Cat: EDITDUB 12. Rel: 12 Apr 21
  1. Gino Dentie & The Family - "Movin On" (unreleased re-edit) (7:07)
  2. Gino Dentie & The Family - "Express" (unreleased re-edit) (5:53)
  3. Biddu Orchestra - "Voodoo Man" (instrumental) (6:13)
  4. Suna Yildizoglu - "I´m Gonna Dance" (unreleased Disco dub) (7:47)
Review: Edit & Dub is an always on fire label that deals in serving up lost mixes of dancefloor classics. The latest helping of goodness kicks off with a pair of tunes from Gino Dentie & The Family. 'Movin On' is real smooth groove train business with noodling chords and big horns while 'Express' gets a little bit deeper. A meandering flute leads the way up top with flat footed kicks making you move. The flip has high speed cosmic disco funk in the form of 'Voodoo Man' and then more loose limbed sunshine on 'I'm Gonna Dance,' a heartwarming cut for sure.
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Good Times (remixes)
Cat: NMIS 1. Rel: 19 Apr 21
  1. Good Times (Marco Fratty & Marco Flash 2K21 remix - extended) (5:11)
  2. Good Times (Marco Fratty & Marco Flash 2K21 remix - dub mix) (4:44)
Review: Sister Sledge's 'Good Times' is one of those enduring classics that unite people of all ages, backgrounds and music tastes. Even though the originals still do plenty of damage, Marco Fratty & Marco Flash have decided to serve up a couple of fresh updates for the year 2021. The first is an extended version that draws out the grooves, layers in finger clicks and pumps up the bass. It's simple but effective, for sure. You can then flip it over for a more deep and dubbed out rework that has more studio trickery bringing it into the future.
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Intérprete: Juno Recommends Disco
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Heart's Desire
 in stock $8.98
Hands On
Hands On (12")
Cat: GAMMBATTLE 004. Rel: 08 Apr 21
  1. Hands On (5:47)
  2. On The Word (6:02)
Review: For good time sounds, few labels are as constant and reliable as Gamm. Here comes more of those uplifting beats for happy dance floors courtesy of Ukokos & Jabco, who follow up from their huge 'Keep Rising All Night Long' with more massive gospel vocals and strong melodies. Of course, the production is always soulful production from these boys and ratter than the more hip hop leaning beats of their past, the lean on house frameworks for their rhythms here. On the flipside however it is more of a disco vibe with a big vocal sample primed and ready to get those hands in the air.
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Music Saved My Life
Cat: GLITS 070. Rel: 25 Mar 21
  1. Music Saved My Life (The extended Discomix) (8:21)
  2. Music Saved My Life (The Full take) (6:11)
  3. Music Saved My Life (The club dub) (7:47)
  4. Music Saved My Life (The acappella) (5:21)
Review: Disco don Dimitri From Paris and the always glossy Glitterbox label is a perfect coming together as this new single proves. It has a cliched title but the music excuses that - it's pure timeless joy, with feel good vocals, big shiny strings and a knotted, funky bassline that cannot fail but ignore the floor. The musicianship is second to none on the extended disco mix and that areas on through all versions. There's the big full take, the more paired back club dub and a cappella, and all are dynamite.
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Street Player
Cat: MXMRK 2039. Rel: 15 Feb 21
  1. Street Player (Mr K Breakdown edit) (5:39)
  2. Get Up Get Into It Get Involved (Mr K Breakdown edit) (2:21)
Review: We know that there are tons of re-edits around and some tend towards the pointless, but it's always worth paying attention with the editor involved is Danny Krivit AKA Mr K. His edits are rarely less than brilliant, in part because the veteran New Yorker is usually able to breathe new life into classic cuts just through rearrangement and occasional use of additional instrumentation. 'Street Player', his latest rework of the Chicago classic of the same name, is a brilliant example of this. We all know and love the original, but Krivit's take is vastly different thanks to a lengthy, percussion-heavy build up and next to no chorus. It's a genuinely brilliant revision. Over on the flip he presents a short 'breakdown edit' of a sweaty old James Brown jam.
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Revisiting The Sunshine (reissue)
Cat: BBR 019BLACK. Rel: 04 May 21
  1. Revisiting The Sunshine (4:01)
  2. Funky Sensation (4:19)
Review: Jorun Bombay is one of Canada's most influential hip-hop protagonists and his fantastic cover of the recently turned 80 year old Roy Ayers in the form of 'Revisiting The Sunshine' is one of his biggest tunes. A recent reissue on white vinyl sold out in quick time so now comes another chance to own it, this time on black wax. This one followed Jorun's recent edit series and is authentic to its soulful core. As summer fades away and autumn looms, keep the sunny vibes alive with this golden, heart warming version. On the flip is something just as sunny - a fine version of 'Funky Sensation' that gets a precision Bombay treatment.
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Ride On Fire
Ride On Fire (7" reeditado)
Cat: AHS 45. Rel: 22 Mar 21
  1. Ride On Fire (Muro's Love Break) (5:48)
  2. Gold Wave (Ryuhei The Man 45 edit) (4:50)
Review: Those with a deep knowledge of contemporary Japanese disco culture may well be aware of Dinky-Di, a self-styled "modern groove orchestra" helmed by musician/arranger Waq Takahashi. This fine 45 offers up a taste of their swirling, string-laden, groove-driven disco sound via two tidy re-edits of previous singles. On the A-side you'll find "king of diggin'" DJ Muro at the controls, delivering a cracking rearrangement of 'Ride on Fire', a Salsoul Orchestra-esque affair that sounds like it was arranged and conducted by the great Tony Montana. Over on the flip Ryuhei The Man takes his scalpel to 2005 single 'Gold Wave', a delightfully swooping and over-the-top concoction full of warbling choral backing vocals, punchy horns, swooping strings and flash-fried funk guitars.
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Artifact 14
Artifact 14 (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ART 14. Rel: 12 Apr 21
  1. Radio Activity (4:34)
  2. Toccami Ora (5:17)
  3. Do Be My My (feat Leo Mas) (4:27)
  4. A Certain Pleasure (with Franco) (6:05)
Review: t's rare to find a record with all killers no fillers but somehow Italian artist, producer and sound designer Bottin manages to do it each and every time. He has served up a few of the Artifact offerings before now and the 14th is another gem. 'Radio Activity' is all punchy Italo disco with euro vocals, then 'Toccami Ora' sets off on waves of nostalgic 80s synth sand brilliantly tinny beats. Leo Mas pops up on 'Do Be My My' to help add some exotic flair to the flashes of synth and crispy 80s beats. 'A Certain Pleasure' ends things on a more hands in the air and trance-y moment.
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The Very Holiday 80 Sampler
  1. Krystyna Pronko - "Byles Jestes Bedziesz Moj" (Holiday 80 rework) (6:06)
  2. Tubylcy Betonu - "Ye Ye Ye" (Holiday 80 edit) (5:57)
  3. Rezerwat - "Zaopiekuj Sie Mna" (Holiday 80 rework) (6:20)
  4. Formacja Niezywych Schabuff - "Centrum Wynalazkow" (Holiday 80 edit) (6:17)
Review: Warsaw duo Holiday 80 polish up versions of forgotten Polish songs. Their self titled EP for The Very Polish Cut-Outs marks the start of a new series of samplers, which will showcase native producers. In this case, The Very Holiday 80 Sampler EP features four new edits such as 'Byles, Jestes, Bedziesz Moj' a groovy Italo-ish re-interpretation of a 1987 song by Krystyna Pronko with some infectious steel drums. On the flip, 'Zaopiekuj sie mna' has a moody and slo-mo boogie down vibe, while an edit of 'Centrum Wynalazkow' shines bright in neon-lit glory.
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