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Disco Blast
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 91. Rel: 31 May 19
Deep House
  1. Disco Blast
  2. Nadir
  3. Nelson
coming soon $9.27
Cat: EF 63. Rel: 10 Dec 14
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Cosmic Drag
  2. Desmodromico
  3. Lowride
  4. Mooneyes
Review: Cosmic Drag precedes the most intriguing of forthcoming releases; a full album of original material from cosmic disco pioneer Daniele Baldelli for Japanese label Endless Flight. Baldelli is of course no stranger to the album format, but recently he's largely been seen colluding on LPs with his prolific compatriot Marco Dionigi. Whilst the full details on the album are as yet unannounced, Cosmic Drag will keep any current disco selectors more than satisfied with four cuts that cover various moods and tempos. The title track is a soaring Italo number that should be used as evidence when people ask you to define cosmic disco, whilst "Desmodromico" has a touch of the vintage In Flagranti grot about it. "Lowride" slows the pace down, with Baldelli riding a killer slo-mo funk groove and "Mooneyes" is as star gazing as the name suggests.
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out of stock $10.07
Cosmic Drag (2xLP)
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 67LPRP. Rel: 01 Apr 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Cosmic Particles (4:50)
  2. Ballbearing (4:43)
  3. Chop & Roll (4:28)
  4. Cosmic Biker (5:42)
  5. Cosmic Glide (5:42)
  6. Pinging (3:48)
  7. Oleopneumatico (4:47)
  8. Space Dumper (4:31)
Review: For a man whose legendary status has long been assured - he was, after all, the original cosmic disco DJ - it would be fair to say that Daniele Baldelli's production record is patchy, at best. It's heartening to report, then, that Cosmic Drag, his first solo full-length since 2009, is arguably his strongest release to date. Typically trippy and blessed with both psychedelic electronics, and vintage analogue synthesizers, it joins the dots between experimental Italian synth-wave, chugging electronic disco, yearning drum machine funk, glassy-eyed soundscapes and pitched-down disco-funk, all the while sounding like it could have been recorded in the DJ's late '70s and early '80s heyday.
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out of stock $16.43
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHTCD 14. Rel: 02 Apr 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Ballbearing
  2. Chop & Roll
  3. Cosmic Biker
  4. Mooneyes
  5. Cosmic Drag
  6. Oleopneumatico
  7. Cosmic Glide
  8. Pinging
  9. Cosmic Particles
  10. Space Dumper
  11. Desmodromico
  12. Lowride
Review: For a man whose legendary status has long been assured - he was, after all, the original cosmic disco DJ - it would be fair to say that Daniele Baldelli's production record is patchy, at best. It's heartening to report, then, that Cosmic Drag, his first solo full-length since 2009, is arguably his strongest release to date. Typically trippy and blessed with both psychedelic electronics, and vintage analogue synthesizers, it joins the dots between experimental Italian synth-wave, chugging electronic disco, yearning drum machine funk, glassy-eyed soundscapes and pitched-down disco-funk, all the while sounding like it could have been recorded in the DJ's late '70s and early '80s heyday.
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out of stock $13.77
Cosmic Drag (2xLP + 7")
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 67LTD. Rel: 01 Apr 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Cosmic Particles (4:50)
  2. Ballbearing (4:43)
  3. Chop & Roll (4:30)
  4. Cosmic Biker (5:42)
  5. Cosmic Glide (5:39)
  6. Pinging (3:47)
  7. Oleopneumatico (4:44)
  8. Space Dumper (4:30)
out of stock $21.73
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 31. Rel: 24 Jan 11
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. In My System (album radio)
  2. In My System (Soft Rocks K-Hole dub)
  3. In My System (dub radio)
out of stock $10.55
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 8. Rel: 24 Jul 08
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. The Residents - "Diskomo"
  2. Love Of Life Orchestra - "Beginning Of The Heartbreak"
  3. The Jellies - "Jive Baby On A Saturday Night"
Intérprete: Xaver von Treyer
out of stock $8.47
Cat: EF 9. Rel: 21 Aug 08
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Severed Heads - "Greater Dub"
  2. Pankow - "Girls & Boys"
  3. Carlos Peren - "ET"
out of stock $10.59
Cat: EF 10. Rel: 21 Aug 08
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Hawkwind - "Vallium Ten"
  2. Zed - "Fremen" (Naum Gabo's Flying Saucer edit)
  3. Flying Rhythms - "Doragon Balls"
out of stock $9.53
Cat: EFCD 02. Rel: 25 Sep 08
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. The Jellies - "Jive Baby On A Saturday Night"
  2. Love Life Of An Orchestra - "Beginning Of The Heartbreak"
  3. The Residents - "Diskomo"
  4. Severed Heads - "Greater Reward" (dub)
  5. Pankow - "Boys & Girls"
  6. Carlos Peron - "Et"
  7. Hawkwind - "Valium Ten"
  8. Flying Rhythms - "Dragon Balls"
  9. Zed - "Fremen" (Naum Gabo's Flying Saucer edit)
out of stock $16.69
Spazio EP (12")
Cat: EF 83. Rel: 26 Sep 17
Deep House
  1. Dimensione A (6:52)
  2. Dimensione B (5:42)
  3. Dimensione C (8:38)
 in stock $9.01
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 26. Rel: 30 Aug 10
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Marcos Cbral - "Prefer To Smoke Alone"
  2. Sect - "Thieve Scrilla"
  3. Mugwump - "Dissidaze"
Review: Endless Flight cull a trio of exclusive cuts from the fourth volume of their I'm Starting To Feel OK mix series and place them across both sides of what is an essential 12 inch. Marcos Cabral drops a rare solo original production in "I'd Rather Smoke Alone" which adds some vintage Detroit sounds to the trademark retro house jacking rhythms, lots of soaring string arrangements, subtle percussion and key flourishes. Cabral is kept in good company with Soul Clap once again adopting their Sect alias on "Thieve Scrilla" with the Boston duo crafting a particularly dirty central bass melody. On the flip Belgian duo Mugwump add further credence to what's been a brilliant year with "Dissidaze2 which mutates back and forth from a menacing noirish acid throb into an unusually perky synth stomp several times over.

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out of stock $10.59
Stocktown (12")
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 35. Rel: 21 May 11
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Stocktown
  2. Stocktown (Downtown mix)
  3. Uptown
Review: Endless Flight slip out this gem of a twelve inch debut from Combo with little to no fanfare, which is odd because it's probably their most potent dancefloor weapon since last year's mammoth "Swept Away" from Mark Seven. "Stocktown" is no doubt a homage to Combo's hometown Stockholm and lifts a healthy melodic portion from a Lovin Spoonful classic - but it's how this piano refrain is worked into a modern beatdown house rhythm that really impresses. This is guaranteed to kill it every time! On the flip Combo twists the track inside out via the Downtown version that discards with the pianos in favour of a mind-warping acid lead that combines perfectly with the low gravity bass rumble. Proceedings are finished in fine form with the 90s leaning vocal bomb "Uptown". Serious business!
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out of stock $9.53
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 46. Rel: 18 Jun 12
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Assado
  2. Everybody Stand Around
  3. Give It To Me
Review: Killer Endless Flight 12" debut for the Creative Swing Alliance duo of Pablo Valentine and Steven Joyce Ames - two names that should be familiar to the deep house cognoscenti! Valentine runs the MCDE label, while Ames has been responsible for drops on Compost, Soultronik and Jazzmin, though together as Creative Swing Alliance they're on another level. As lead track "Assado" slips into action, those thick bass drum kicks are soon consumed by a richly detailed procession of textures, dub laden vocal edits and percussion that collectively glower with resplendent energy. Alongside this, the detuned jazz thonk of "Everybody Stand Around" gets a much needed vinyl release after featuring on Endless Flight's fifth edition of I'm Starting To Feel OK, while the flip has Valentino going solo for the excellent, hand clap laden beatdown of "Give It To Me".
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out of stock $10.55
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 39. Rel: 31 Oct 11
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Lost In The Dance
  2. In Vision
Intérprete: I Love Disco!
out of stock $10.59
An Odyssey (12")
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 40. Rel: 29 Nov 11
Deep House
  1. An Odyssey
  2. Loon
  3. An Odyssey (Legowelt remix)
out of stock $10.55
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 77. Rel: 20 Apr 17
Deep House
  1. Sweet Florence (7:52)
  2. Emotion (3:53)
  3. Sweet Florence (Kuniyuki edit) (9:25)
Review: Amongst those who dig for interesting, dancefloor-friendly electronic music from the early 1980s, Jacob Desvarieux's eponymous 1983 debut album is highly rated. It brilliantly joined the dots between zouk, boogie and beatbox electro, with all manner of other influences - reggae, most famously - being stirred into the producer's melting pot. Here, Endless Flight have licensed two of those tracks - the reggae-boogie brilliance of "Emotion", which includes subtle nods to a couple of disco classics, and the electro-zouk madness of "Sweet Florence" - and pressed them on a weighty 12" single. The latter track is given the re-edit treatment by Kuniyuki, who makes more of the layered guitar and organ solos, the original's wavy female vocals, and the killer original electro groove.
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out of stock $13.77
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 80. Rel: 30 Aug 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Georges Decimus - "Sika" (4:37)
  2. Jean Claude Naimro - "Aveou Doudou" (4:38)
  3. Georges Decimus - "Sika" (Kuniyuki edit) (7:37)
  4. Patrick Saint Eloi - "Do Bay Lan Main" (3:47)
out of stock $11.39
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 82. Rel: 23 Aug 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Jacob F Desvarieux - "Rifyx" (3:18)
  2. Tala - "Wick Up" (6:06)
  3. Jacob F Desvarieux - "Rifyx" (Kuniyuki edit) (8:02)
Review: Endless Flight has done us all a favour by shining a light on the little-known work of French zouk maestro Jacob F Deviscaux. Here, they round of their retrospective series of "anthology" releases with another red-hot three-tracker. Side-one begins with "Rifyx", a wonderfully summery, horn-laden concoction from the musician's 1985 album Oh Madina that somehow joins the dots between jazz-funk, zouk and disco, before continuing with Deviscaux's 1982 Afro-funk/synth-boogie/electro-zouk production for vocalist Tala. Best of all, though, is Kuniyuki's stupendously celebratory flipside re-edit of "Rifyx", which turns the all-too-short original into an eight-minute slab of audio sunshine.
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out of stock $11.13
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 47. Rel: 24 Jul 12
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Right There (original)
  2. Right There (Juju & Jordash remix)
out of stock $10.55
Cat: EF 52. Rel: 01 Mar 13
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. To Each Their Own
  2. Stoney Pharmacy
  3. Fool On The Hill
  4. Motsa
  5. Drinkin' & Thinkin'
  6. Let's Stay Together
  7. Jam On Dallas Road (feat Dr Mike Roma)
  8. Erase
  9. Every Life Under Invisible Hands (feat Dr Mike Roma)
  10. Surprise Pass
  11. Black Meat Dance
  12. So Much Soul (feat Heion)
Review: Rightly or wrongly, some believe that for an album to be truly great, it must take you on a journey. We're not sure yet whether Eddie C's second full-length, Country City Country, is a great album, but it's certainly something of a rollercoaster. Perhaps not a white knuckle ride, but certainly an undulating trip that bristles with vivid creativity and effortless dancefloor warmth. Given the Canadian's crate-digging sensibilities, it's no surprise to find that it's built around carefully chosen samples. Yet this is no mere cut and paste job. Beginning with a slew of lazy, slo-mo shufflers and tactile disco groovers, it sure-footedly works its way to a starlight deep house crescendo via drum machine electro, string-laden jack tracks and electric piano-laden jazz-funk jams.
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out of stock $17.49
La Palette (12")
Cat: EF 51. Rel: 25 Jan 13
Deep House
  1. La Palette
  2. It Goes Free
Review: That man from Banff Eddie C is lining up to release his second album, and second for Endless Flight, later this year and on the basis of this two track sampler Country City Country should be classed under corker! The Canadian leads with the sublimely cheeky "La Palette", a production where Brazil meets Chicago on the dancefloor as slick samba tinged percussion and a wonderfully drunken lead Rhodes keyboard line get busy over a rippling 808 groove. Complementing this, Eddie C goes eyes down on the drum funk beat down of "It Goes Free" which discards with any notion of slinky melody in favour of some good old jacking house rhythms and chaotic orchestral samples. Pretty much the perfect Endless Flight 12"!
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out of stock $10.33
Cat: EFCD 9. Rel: 18 Feb 13
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. To Each Their Own
  2. Stoney Pharmacy
  3. Fools On The Hill
  4. Motsta
  5. Drinkin & Thinkin
  6. Jam On Dallas Road (feat Dr Mike Roma)
  7. Erase
  8. Every Life Under The Invisible Hands (feat Dr Mike Roma)
  9. Black Meat Dance
  10. Always
  11. Eisbergen
  12. Surprise Pass
  13. It Goes Free
  14. La Palette
  15. (Be Aware) Nothing For Free
  16. Let's Stay Together
Review: Rightly or wrongly, some believe that for an album to be truly great, it must take you on a journey. We're not sure yet whether Eddie C's second full-length, Country City Country, is a great album, but it's certainly something of a rollercoaster. Perhaps not a white knuckle ride, but certainly an undulating trip that bristles with vivid creativity and effortless dancefloor warmth. Given the Canadian's crate-digging sensibilities, it's no surprise to find that it's built around carefully chosen samples. Yet this is no mere cut and paste job. Beginning with a slew of lazy, slo-mo shufflers and tactile disco groovers, it sure-footedly works its way to a starlight deep house crescendo via drum machine electro, string-laden jack tracks and electric piano-laden jazz-funk jams.
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out of stock $12.71
All I Want (12")
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 42. Rel: 21 Feb 12
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Tunnel Mountain
  2. Banff Butt
  3. Iceline
  4. Descent
Review: Our man from Banff Eddie C makes a welcome return to the Endless Flight imprint that's been the conduit for so much of the Canadian producer's finely judged disco escapades over the years. Commencing with "Tunnel Mountain", Mr Currelly is on epic form, expertly teasing out a simmering and emotion drenched melodic refrain over a woozy mid tempo structure that intermittently jacks with real energy. Alongside it "Banff Butt" sounds like rough Chicago house slowed down to an opiated pace, while flipside opener "Iceline" is a typically sumptuous gallop through thick layers of textured beatdown. Finally "Descent" mainlines intermittent twilight boogie vibes through the stripped back groove.
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out of stock $10.55
Cat: EF 55. Rel: 13 Jun 13
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. It Goes Free (KZA remix)
  2. La Palette (Young Marco remix)
  3. Eisbergen (Rune Lindbaek remix)
Review: A prolific editor and sampler, it's interesting to see Eddie C go under other peoples' knives. Here we find three cuts taken from his album Country City Country, each one polished in a completely different fashion. The edgy, shoulder barging electro jack of "It Goes Free" gets seduced into a much sexier, cosmic Terje-style groove by KZA, the twinkling jazz noodles and soft boompty-bomp of "La Palette" is given a much more uncompromising jack by Young Marco while Rune Lindbaek thaws out the obtuse iciness of "Eisbergen" for something much warmer and slinkier.
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out of stock $10.07
I'm Sorry (12")
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 034. Rel: 12 Apr 11
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. I'm Sorry
  2. Your Love
  3. Starlight (remix feat Noodlema)
  4. Love Journey
Review: Endless Flight presents the final opportunity to indulge in a vinyl offering of tracks from Eddie C's fine debut album for the Japanese label with the lead track "I'm Sorry" a fine example of how to produce contemporary disco sounds. A devilish electronic organ rhythm wrapped around intricate house tempo beats drives the track as woozy orchestral flourishes rise from the ether. This is complemented by the grubby analogue chug of "Your Love" which features the heavily messed around with vocal talents of the Banff resident himself - definite Arthur Russel vibes on this one! The flipside brings the Noodleman embellished rework of "Starlight" which builds craftily into a full on vocal discoid delight! "Love Journey" brings The C man's talent for sumptuous multi textured beatdown to the fore with all tracks here a fine representation of what to expect on his album.
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out of stock $9.53
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 32. Rel: 25 Feb 11
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Do It Yourself
  2. Pains Inside
  3. Dub Me Gwen
Review: "Do It Yourself" sees Endless Flight offer us and you an opportunity of what to expect from Parts Unknown, Eddie C's forthcoming debut album. The overriding sensation after listening will no doubt be an increase in anticipation! As with the Canadian producer's previous output, the three tracks present ably demonstrate Mr Curelly's almost nonchalant ease for crafting intricately layered disco bumps of varying tempos which are characterised by an inherent live sound. This is most apparent on "Do It Yourself", which is based around a naggingly familiar Philly disco track which never fully reveals itself thanks to the excellence of how Curelly implements it amidst the rasping groove. The tempo drops for "Pains Inside" which gradually unfurls from a bottom heavy groove into a saunter through late night melancholics that's held together by a fragile vocal loop. The sampler ends of a high with the gently undulating electric boogaloo acidisco of "Dub Me Gwen".
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out of stock $9.53
Cat: EFCD 6. Rel: 31 Mar 11
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. We Need We
  2. Love Journey
  3. Pains Inside
  4. Your Love
  5. Listenin'
  6. Dub We Gwen
  7. Space Shuttle
  8. Do It Yourself
  9. Deepa
  10. Starlight (feat Noodleman - remix)
  11. I'm Sorry
out of stock $13.77
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 22. Rel: 19 Feb 10
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Between Now & Then
  2. You Know How
  3. The Show Is Over
  4. Gimme Your Dub
out of stock $10.55
Cat: EF 59. Rel: 30 Apr 14
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Want To Please
  2. First Chair
  3. Help Me
  4. Help You
Review: Berlin's most foremost Canadian exponent of disco sleaze Eddie C is back on home from home Endless Flight with the Want To Please 12"! It's been a busy year for Mr Edward Currelly so far with some produce on Red Motorbike and a contribution to the excellent Africa Shakedown series but it's nice to see the words Eddie C and Endless Flight together once again on a release sheet. The title track is a fine example of the ease with which Currelly merges elements disco with house, whilst there's a cosmic funk wedged deep in the beat down bliss of "First Chair". The real heat is on the B Side however with both "Help Me" and "Help You" two different variants on Eddie C playing around with a classic drum break.
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out of stock $9.53
Horizons (12")
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 88. Rel: 05 Dec 18
Deep House
  1. Horizons (8:19)
  2. Wanna Feel Free (8:10)
  3. Wanne Feel Dub (4:50)
Review: Canadian disco dude Eddie C is back on Japan's Endless Flight, a label he has become a known staple of, with over a dozen releases in the last eight years alone, following up recent releases on Common Edit, Barefoot Beats and his own Red Motorbike. The Berlin by way of Banff producer gets deep down and dusty on the smooth jam "Horizon", followed by the super soulful groove of "Wanna Feel Free" on the flip, before closing with the seriously lo-slung funk on the wicked dub version.
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out of stock $8.74
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 81. Rel: 19 Jul 17
Deep House
  1. Auf Der Ufer (feat Rune Lindbaek) (5:55)
  2. Pumapunku (8:04)
  3. Inner Piece (9:13)
  4. Lonely Without You (3:59)
Review: In 2016 Canadian producer and DJ Eddie C released his third Endless Flight album entitled On The Shore: a compelling musical trip of drifting repetition in rhythm and melody. It was inspired by his studio that sits upon the Panke River in Berlin's Wedding district. Now he drops a new EP, consisting of three tracks plus "Auf Der Ufer" - a tune he did with his Norwegian buddy Rune Lindbaek. This slo-mo beauty is smothered with rich vintage synth flair and dusty drums: a sonic odyssey made for drifting. Our favourite though, was the lush synth-pop beauty of "Pumapunku" or B side cut "Inner Piece" which was a right curveball. This bleepy rave techno jam will take you all the way back to the early '90s. Another heartfelt arranged mix of instruments, synths, samples and drum machines by Eddie C.
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Intérprete: Eddie C, Roberto S, Khotin, ESQUIVeL
out of stock $9.27
We Need We (12")
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 33. Rel: 29 Mar 11
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. We Need We
  2. Space Shuttle
  3. Deepa
  4. Listenin'
Review: This is 2nd single cut from the debut album "Parts Unknown" which will be released on 28 March 2011. "We Need We" on a1, this track is lovely soulful tune which remind Minnie Ripperton or Dennis Williams. "Space Shuttle"
The mid part of a trilogy of vinyl drops to accompany Parts Unknown, Eddie C's CD only album for Endless Flight, commences with the heavy soul stylings of "We Need We". Record buyers of a certain vintage will be expecting Minnie Ripperton to launch into "Black Gold Of The Sun" such is the similarity of the opening bars! There's a definite Rotary Connection vibe running through the track and it's backed with typically crunchy percussive touches from the Banff resident. This is complemented by the Norsedelic cosmiche bump of "Space Shuffle" which wouldn't sound out of place on Internasjonal. On the flip "Deepa" provides one of the most upwardly mobile moments from Parts Unknown with the crisp uptempo percussive strut underlined by a constantly building rhythmic momentum. The burning soul moog beatdown of "Listenin", delivered at head nod tempo, only serves notice of the Canadian's versatility.
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Cat: EF 54. Rel: 25 Apr 13
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. La Palette (Marvin & Guy remix)
  2. Every Life Under The Invisible Hands (Tornado Wallace remix)
Review: Japanese label Endless Flight embarks on the first of several Eddie C remix 12"s. First up is Marvin & Guy's remix to "La Palette" - the title track from Eddie C's most recent Endless Flight EP. What was originally a funky and Havana-styled house tune gets transformed into an electro-tinged cut of new school boogie with italo synths and lo-fi drums. Bearded Australian producer Tornado Wallace continues his re-emergence from production slumber with a remix of "Every Life Under The Invisible Hands", taken from Eddie C's Country City Country album. This time a funkier production is dipped into a deep pool of cosmic Balearica, with Wallace sending Eddie C's original elements through a galaxy of pumping bass, starlight synths and space western themed guitars.
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out of stock $9.53
Solaris (12")
Cat: EF 70. Rel: 10 Nov 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Solaris (8:05)
  2. Flying Blue (6:01)
  3. La Palette (Move D remix) (5:45)
Review: Red Motorbike rider Eddie C takes off his highway code approved helmet and dons his much heavier headgear for a trip into outer space: "Solaris" is a twinkling odyssey that, if you didn't know who was behind it, you'd bet your house was of Norwegian origin. "Flying Blue" retains the cosmic vibe but more in a spiritual sense as flutes flutter over percussive congas and more disco-influenced bass/kick combo. Finally Move D adds a deep, chuggy tech twist of Eddie's 2013 album track "La Palette" for added 3am dynamics.
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out of stock $10.86
On The Shore (2xLP + 7")
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 74LTD. Rel: 21 Feb 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Fenyek (3:36)
  2. Low Road Dubs (5:56)
  3. Klutter (3:59)
  4. Wish You Were Here (5:23)
  5. Beyond Reality (8:45)
  6. Boipeba Praia (5:41)
  7. Now More Than Ever (5:19)
  8. Take Me (extended Mareh Vacation mix) (7:16)
  9. Mistaya (4:56)
  10. On The Road (3:11)
  11. Errata (7") (3:56)
  12. 9g Bonus Beats (4:03)
Review: Canadian disco don and deep digger Eddie C has certainly come a long way since his days as a local DJ in Banff, Alberta. Now based in Berlin and joining a huge community of expat producers in the city, the On The Shore LP was indeed influenced by his new hometown. His studio being located right on the River Panke in Berlin's growing Wedding district; an area still not fully in the grasp of gentrification yet and it was these lovely and relaxing surrounds, being surrounded by fellow artists in the studios which fuelled inspiration for this release. Expect a mixed bag of all things slo-mo, low slung, deep and above all funky, for sure!
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out of stock $22.79
On The Shore (2xLP)
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 74. Rel: 23 Aug 16
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Fenyek (3:39)
  2. Low Road Dubs (5:57)
  3. Klutter (4:00)
  4. Wish You Were Here (5:29)
  5. Beyond Reality (8:46)
  6. Boipeba Praia (5:42)
  7. Now More Than Ever (5:22)
  8. Take Me (extended Mareh Vacation mix) (7:16)
  9. Mistaya (4:55)
  10. On The Road (3:11)
Review: Canadian disco don and deep digger Eddie C has certainly come a long way since his days as a local DJ in Banff, Alberta. Now based in Berlin and joining a huge community of expat producers in the city, the On The Shore LP was indeed influenced by his new hometown. His studio being located right on the River Panke in Berlin's growing Wedding district; an area still not fully in the grasp of gentrification yet and it was these lovely and relaxing surrounds, being surrounded by fellow artists in the studios which fuelled inspiration for this release. Expect a mixed bag of all things slo-mo, low slung, deep and above all funky, for sure!
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out of stock $20.13
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHTCD 16 . Rel: 23 Aug 16
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Fenyek
  2. Low Road Dubs
  3. Klutter
  4. Wish You Were Here
  5. Beyond Reality
  6. Mistaya
  7. Auf Der Ufer (feat Rune Lindbaek)
  8. Boipeba Praia
  9. Now More Than Ever
  10. Take Me (extended Mareh Vacation mix)
  11. On The Road
  12. Auf Der Panke
Review: Canadian disco don and deep digger Eddie C has certainly come a long way since his days as a local DJ in Banff, Alberta. Now based in Berlin and joining a huge community of expat producers in the city, the On The Shore LP was indeed influenced by his new hometown. His studio being located right on the River Panke in Berlin's growing Wedding district; an area still not fully in the grasp of gentrification yet and it was these lovely and relaxing surrounds, being surrounded by fellow artists in the studios which fuelled inspiration for this release. Expect a mixed bag of all things slo-mo, low slung, deep and above all funky, for sure!
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Mos Mos EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 87. Rel: 02 Oct 18
Deep House
  1. Son Op (6:23)
  2. Bra Hugh (6:02)
  3. London Mix (5:41)
  4. London Mix (Beesmunt Soundsystem remix) (6:33)
Review: London based South African Esa continues the rich vein of form he triggered on his Dekmantel debut with this unique and refreshing EP on Endless Flight. Powered by loose limbed breaks and peppered with alluring, rippling African rhythms, sounds and melodies, the whole EP flicks and flares like we're still in the peak of summer: "Son Op" snaps and bubbles in mid 90s feel that wouldn't have gone amiss on Northern Exposure, "Bra Hugh" shimmers with a little tropical charm and a soothing velvet 80s Miami feel while "London Mix" is the most direct party jam with its strutting breaks and boogie style bass. Need a little contrast? Jump on the Beesmunt Soundsystem mix for some dark slo-mo tribal fun.
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out of stock $9.01
Expansions (mixed CD)
Cat: EFCD 8. Rel: 18 Jan 13
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Begin - "Lay Dub"
  2. The Project Club - "Field Of Dream" (Lexx remix)
  3. Joakim - "Labyrinth" (Lone remix)
  4. Seahawks - "Catch A Star" (Dunks No Drunk Bolero mix)
  5. Lovelock - "The Fog"
  6. Brioski - "Scandal Echo"
  7. Boys From Patagonia - "Rimini '80"
  8. Last Waltz - "Tangiers"
  9. Eddie C - "Tunnel Mountain"
  10. 6th Borough Project - "Estranged Lover"
  11. Craig Bratley - "Birdshell" (The Revenge bonus dub)
  12. Compuphonic - "Sunset" (feat Marques Toliver - DJ T remix)
  13. Burnin Tears - "Just The Same"
  14. Hardway Brothers - "Mania Theme" (Toby Tobias remix)
  15. Andy Sangria - "Sanctuary Of Love"
Intérprete: I Love Disco!, Steve Lee
out of stock $18.28
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 85. Rel: 23 Nov 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Twirl (Tolouse Low Trax remix) (7:18)
  2. Im Feiern Und Feuer (feat Autarkic - Dreems remix) (8:30)
  3. Purple Hill (Tuff City Kids remix) (7:52)
  4. Comala (feat David & Emily Evans - Junto club remix) (8:38)
Intérprete: Ponty Mython
 in stock $10.33
Lotos Land (2xLP)
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 79. Rel: 06 Jun 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Pogo Logo (5:52)
  2. Comala (feat David Junto club & Emily Evans) (7:17)
  3. Purple Hill (5:59)
  4. Lotos Land (7:22)
  5. Twirl (5:21)
  6. Saint Seven (5:49)
  7. Amber Light (5:35)
  8. Im Feiern Und Feuer (feat Autarkic) (6:02)
  9. Shepherd's Crook (5:57)
  10. O, Rest Ye, We Will Not Wander More (7:35)
Review: Berlin's Sascha Funke is not exactly one to step away from the spotlight, but he has in fact not turn din an album since 2011's Brave for BPitch Control. The German native has always has a long-standing relationship with her compatriot Ellen Allien, and that particular friendship has been a fruitful one. The artist lands on the excellent Endless Flight label with Lotos Land, a magnificently explorative work from Funked that sees the artist step way beyond his usual, floor-driven strains of deep and tech house. The EP kicks off with the marching groove of "Pogo Logo" and proceeds to pass through cold wave synths ("Comala"), slow, enchanting pools of downtempo ("Lotos Land"), and even quirky, experimental folds of electronica ("Twir"). The point here, people, is that Funke has gone back to delivering his very best, and that makes him a match for the most sought-after of left field artists. Massive tip!
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Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHTCD 17. Rel: 06 Jun 17
Electro House
  1. Pogo Logo
  2. Comala (feat David Junto club & Emily Evans)
  3. Purple Hill
  4. Lotos Land
  5. Twirl
  6. Saint Seven
  7. Amber Light
  8. Im Feiern Und Feuer (feat Autarkic)
  9. Shepherd's Crook
  10. O, Rest Ye, We Will Not Wander More
Review: Since leaving longtime home BPitch control back in 2011, Sascha Funke has been on a mission to expand his repertoire. The tech-house and deep house of old has been replaced by quirkier and more challenging releases that draw influence from musical cultures around the world (a trend best exemplified by a couple of fine EPs for Multi-Culti). The German producer continues this approach on Lotos Light, his first album for nearly six years. Variously touching on dewy-eyed Balearic electronica, crusty post-punk dub-house, spaced-out analogue chuggers, psychedelic ambience, skewed house, contemporary krautrock and moody Teutonic new wave, it's a set that surprises and thrills with equal measure.
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out of stock $10.07
Cat: EF 11. Rel: 23 Oct 08
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Monks On The Run
  2. Swalbar
  3. Free To Touch
Intérprete: DJ History
out of stock $9.53
Cat: EFCD 10. Rel: 20 Mar 13
Deep House
  1. Stand By
  2. Into My Life
  3. Right Now
  4. The Song Of God
  5. Respect Yourself
  6. A Touch Of '83
  7. One Day
  8. God Given
  9. Comin' Down
  10. You Treat Me Right
Review: Over the years, Italian producer Marcello Giordani has proved to be rather adept at crafting the sort of intoxicating, floor-friendly fodder that can't be easily categorized. As this excellent debut album for Endless Flight proves, he's a dab hand at fusing warm, late night deep house with influences that range from disco and boogie to techno and jazz. Exuding the sort of aural dirt and jazzy warmth that marks out the best Detroit deep house productions (think Moodymann, Rick Wilhite etc), Respect Yourself proves that deep house albums need not be dull and one-paced. In fact, it's the album's most gloriously disco-influenced moment, "Respect Yourself", that really stands out.
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out of stock $12.71
Cat: EF 53. Rel: 20 Mar 13
Deep House
  1. Into My Life
  2. You Treat Me Right
  3. Into My Life (Nicholas remix)
out of stock $9.53
out of stock $9.53
Remember The Life Is Beautiful (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ENDLESSFLIGHT 69. Rel: 11 Aug 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Hippies (6:14)
  2. The Worst Day Ever (7:31)
  3. Confusion (5:35)
  4. Beasts In Your Mind (3:32)
  5. Revoked (4:53)
  6. Already Almost (5:03)
  7. Green Days (album version) (4:42)
  8. The Island I've Never Been (4:28)
Review: Japan's Gonno is back with a brilliant full length on the always superb Endless Flight, after stellar releases in recent times on Beats In Space and International Feel. A truly emotional album with eight well-crafted compositions, in all their ethereal and uplifting glory. There's the heart wrenching ambience of "Beasts In Your Mind" and "Already Almost", the slightly pop-inflected and totally feel good vibes of "Green Days" and "Hippies" and not forgetting the sublime deep house grooves of "Worst Day ever" and "Revoked" which are ever so typical of any Endless Flight release. A tremendous effort.
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out of stock $16.43
Cat: CD 15. Rel: 11 Aug 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Hippies
  2. The Worst Day Ever
  3. Stop (album version)
  4. Confusion
  5. Beasts In Your Mind
  6. Across The Sadness (album version)
  7. Already Almost
  8. Revoked
  9. The Island I've Never Been
  10. Green Days (album version)
Review: Much has changed in the 10 years since Sunao Gonno released his debut album, My Existence. Then, the Japanese producer was obsessed with heavy techno, gnarled acid and intoxicated minimalism; these days, you're much more likely to find him exploring hazy, sunset-inspired blends of Balearica, deep house and ambient for labels such as International Feel and Beats in Space. Remember Life Is Beautiful, then, is the culmination of 10 years of musical evolution; a statement, journey and audio commentary rolled into one. Predictably, it's very good, offering attractive, trippy and superbly produced pieces that meld Jonny Nash style guitars and Tangerine Dream-esque synthesizer motifs to a variety of soft-focus drum machine rhythms and deft-touch grooves. Recommended.
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out of stock $13.77
Cat: EF 65. Rel: 13 Feb 15
 
Deep House
  1. Stop
  2. Across The Sadness
Review: After some seriously under-rated releases for International Feel and Beats In Space in recent times, Japanese techno artist Sunao Gonno aligns with Endless Flight for a 12" that precedes a mouth watering album for the label. Described quite tongue in cheek as "right in the apex of Japan's Balearic gabba scene" by Endless Flight, Gonno's clear skills for blending trance inducing textures with some rugged rhythms is in full effect here with A side track "Stop" sounding like an unholy union of Theo Parrish's drunken drums and Holden's 6am trance outs. "Across The Sadness" offers some respite and truly lives up to its title as Gonno lays down all manner of doleful synth sequences amidst shoe gazey guitar, strings, and bristling percussion.
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Intérprete: Steve Lee, Party Dad
out of stock $10.07
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