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We Still Believe
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Alright This Morning
Cat: HOMETAPING 14. Rel: 16 Oct 12
Funky/Club House
  1. Alright This Morning
  2. Alright This Morning (Nicholas remix)
Review: You can tell that producer The Black Madonna has a passion for soulful, disco rooted house music, and now on this release for Hometaping, he has the chance to express it further. "Alright This Morning" feeds off an overloaded loop, where nervous piano, sustained strings and a militaristic kind of percussion keep the pressure up high, only accentuated by the choice of bluesy vocals. Nicholas steps in for the remix, rounding out some of the edges into a deeper house stew, although he retains much of the intricacy of the rhythm section.
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Feeling Blue EP
Cat: HOMETAPING 19. Rel: 02 Sep 14
Deep House
  1. Feeling Blue
  2. One Nation Under A Groove
  3. Nothing Or All
  4. Searching Forever
Review: By all accounts Romanian producer Borrowed Identity is having a splendid 2014. Currently based in Berlin taking political refuge from his homeland, the producer has already racked up 12" releases for Fina and Quintessentials as well as contributing a track to Ryan Elliott's thick set Panorama Bar mix. This 12" for the evergreen Hometaping is Killing Music label shows how diverse Borrowed Identity's range can be, dipping into similar sample laden territory to MCDE with sublime results. It's apparent from the off with "Feeling Blue" centred around a lovely chord refrain that hooks you as soon as it drops, whilst "Nation Under A Groove" nudges the tempo up a few notches before the mood eases back down with the pair of beatdown burners on the flip. A perfect record for the club!
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Hometaping Is Fun Volume 1 Vinyl Sampler 2
  1. Deep Space Orchestra - "Louisville Slugger"
  2. Andy Ash - "Dime Piece"
  3. Nicholas - "Where I've Been"
Review: The second sampler to precede Hometaping's forthcoming CD compilation snappily entitled Hometaping Is Fun has our stamp of approval thanks to the mammoth contribution from Deep Space Orchestra. "Louisville Slugger" is a truly epic future techno composition that ripples through various movements as its struts through the ten minutes that hog the A Side. The duo have impressed already with drops on Kirk's ART imprint and FOTO but "Louisville Slugger" has elevated them to a new level in the production stakes. On the flip Andy Ash delivers an icy punch of a track in the deep groove dynamics of "Dime Piece" whilst Italy's finest Nicholas continues his gravitation towards a pure house sound on rough bump of "Where I've Been".
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House Back Home Part One
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EP
EP (12")
Cat: HOMETAPING 20 . Rel: 15 Feb 16
Deep House
  1. Feed The Horse (5:47)
  2. The Heat (7:54)
  3. You & Nothing Else (6:55)
Review: London's Jeremy Duffy has been dishing out stone-cold disco-house killers for the last five years, and he's definitely earned his place as one of the British capital's and most fun and dance-centric producers. He's always released on his own Duff Disco imprint, but here we see him pop up on the ever-impressive Home Tape Is Killing Music with three hot tunes - "Feed The Horse" is a playful, squelchy house burner for everyone to enjoy, "The Heat" is deeper and a little more Chicago-leaning thanks to its sublime bass, and "You & Nothing Else" takes care of the funky element. A crafty and recommended house EP.
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Tell Me
Tell Me (12")
Cat: HOMETAPING 06. Rel: 02 Sep 10
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Tell Me
  2. Organized
  3. Tell Me (Tornado Wallace remix)
  4. Track 4
Review: It's not rocket science to expect great things from Eddie C's debut on the Hometaping imprint - top label, top producer. "Tell Me" is driven by the core vocal sample which is wrapped in layer upon layer of typically intricate production. Crisp 808 syncopation drops in and out, string arrangements sit deep in the mix and the warmest of basslines running throughout gives the track that extra impetus. Tornado Wallace is employed to remix the track and adds a sheen of hissing Detroit deepness to proceedings, with late night synth lines and soaring chords floating atop the cavernous bass patterns of a slightly slower but just as impressive version. Special praise however is reserved for "Organised", the track that separates the aforementioned. A brilliantly sweaty organ riff is central to this jacking bit of warehouse fodder, with vocal samples and crowd noises cut up and slipped into the spaces between the pounding beat and throbbing bassline.
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Eye Know
Eye Know (12")
Cat: HOMETAPING 07. Rel: 10 Nov 10
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Eye Know (original mix)
  2. Eye Know (Burnt Island Casuals remix)
Review: Following on from Eddie C's monumental release, Hometaping opt to introduce us to the classic house sounds of Hotel Motel. Don't be fooled though, as the brains behind Hotel Motel have plenty of form when it comes to encouraging the movement of feet and hips. Naturally the name Bill Brewster will be familiar to most: co-author of perhaps the most conclusive history of DJing, co founder of DJhistory, producer, promoter, DJ and former chef all follow in the sentences describing this musical boffin. Brewster is the Hotel to Alex Tepper's Motel, with the latter part of famed house cadets Futureshock. "Eye No" excels in its simplistic approach to house music, treated heavily with the raw old school dynamics of the genre's forebearers, but finished off with just the right degree of contemporary polish. The piano led melody that undulates throughout - subjected to plenty of frequency modulation - hangs in the memory long after the track has expired. The flipside treatment from Burnt Island Casuals aka Hometaping regulars The Revenge and DJ Harri adds a wealth of reverb and delay into the mix, crafting a sweaty warehouse groove atop throbbing bass. A very promising debut from Hotel Motel that augers well for the duo's forthcoming release for Under The Shade featuring the vocal talents of disco chanteuse Kathy Diamond.
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There For Me
Cat: HOMETAPING 15. Rel: 27 Nov 12
Deep House
  1. There For Me
  2. My Body
  3. My Body (The Revenge remix)
  4. Provision
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Disco Music
Cat: HOMETAPING 23. Rel: 17 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. Disco Music (Tuffy City Kids Acid mix) (5:43)
  2. Disco Music (Tuff City Kids Garage mix) (5:44)
  3. Disco Music (5:26)
  4. Disco Music (Dicky Trisco mix) (6:45)
Review: UK producer Medlar dons the Klic alias again on Home Taping Is Killing Music, the first time in nearly six years since he threw down the classic "Slow Down" with Kiwi Lokiboi. Like the title's name may suggest "Disco Music" infuses '70's boogie down aesthetics with dusty modern deep house vibes. It stands out on its own, but the remixes sure are fantastic. From Dicky Trisco's respectful remix, which gets even more low-slung and hypnotic for the late night, plus Gerd Janson and Lauer working their magic as always on two remixes that push their new, harder edged sound. From the tough and gutsy old school stomp of their Tuffy City Kids Acid mix, to the bangin' old school rave aesthetic of the Tuff City Kids Garage mix.
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Don't Look Back
Cat: HOMETAPING 24. Rel: 12 Jul 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Don't Look Back (8:58)
  2. Don't Look Back (Dicky Trisco mix) (7:56)
  3. Don't Look Back (Dan Shake dancefloor dub) (6:06)
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Love Message
Cat: HOMETAPING 13. Rel: 13 Feb 12
Deep House
  1. Love Message
  2. From The Roots
  3. The Roots (bonus beats one)
Review: Italian producer Nicholas had a killer year, with a healthy string of releases on 4Lux and Quintessentials, not to mention his excellent podcast for RA, but his EP on Hometaping Is Killing Music was probably his best concoction of house beats to date. The title track "Love Message" is an impeccable 90s reminiscent deep house belter, taking some Pepe Bradock style drums and tearing them apart thanks to some gorgeous pianos and prophetic vocals. "From The Roots" was another massive track, where bumping bass lines meet suave piano keys to create a serious house explosion! The bonus beat version extended those thumping kicks and injected extra dubbiness for the true house heads. Big 12"!
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Bonus Beats Volume 1
Cat: HOMETAPING 21 . Rel: 19 Apr 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Hot Nights (7:05)
  2. Atmo (feat Paul Cut) (6:55)
  3. Together Beats (5:46)
  4. Something To Believe (6:07)
Review: Hometaping Is Killing Music, the Scottish imprint devoted to the underground, is back this time with Italian young gun Nicholas on the Bonus Beats 1 EP. Things kick off with "Hot Nights" which offers as deadly a sample usage of Minnie Ripperton as the Linkwood classic "R.I.P.". Also on the A side is "Atmo" featuring Paul Cut; more deep and soulful funk grooves for fans of KDJ style jams. On the flip we've got the pumping percussive DJ tool "Together (Beats)" which is a welcome addition to any serious DJs arsenal and finally "Something To Believe" which gets back on the soul train in delightful '70s retrovert fashion.
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Hometaping Is Fun Volume 1 Vinyl Sampler 1
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Pressure
Pressure (12")
Cat: HOMETAPING 05. Rel: 22 Jun 10
Deep House
  1. Pressure
  2. Pressure (Kez YM remix)
  3. Back Home
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Forever In Their Debt (remixes)
Cat: HOMETAPING 04. Rel: 17 Mar 10
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Forever In Their Debt (The Revenge's Pitched Down mix)
  2. Forever In Their Debt (The Revenge's Bottle Of Scotch mix)
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Forever In Their Debt
Cat: HOMETAPING 01. Rel: 09 Oct 09
Deep House
  1. Forever In Their Debt (original mix)
  2. Forever In Their Debt (Red Rack'em remix)
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Lost Grooves Part One
Cat: HOMETAPING 22. Rel: 19 Sep 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Hold It (6:31)
  2. Demon Beat (6:06)
  3. Long Lost Love (6:58)
  4. Stuck In Chicago (5:30)
Review: The Revenge returns to Hometaping is Killing Music after an eight-year absence. For the occasion, he's collected together a selection of "Lost Grooves", which we can only assume to mean previously unreleased gems from his no-doubt bulging vaults. All four cuts are typically on-point and explore different aspects of house music's long and storied history. So, while "Hold It" sounds like a cross between Inner City and David Morales in Red Zone mode, "Demon Beat" is the kind of sleazy, low-slung throb-job that would once have got Danny Tenaglia hot under the collar. Meanwhile "Long Lost Love" recalls Clark's finest moments on Instruments of Rapture, while "Stuck In Chicago" is a loopy acid jacker that would no doubt thrill Ron Hardy's ghost.
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Wall Ride
Wall Ride (12")
Cat: HOMETAPING 02. Rel: 25 Nov 09
Deep House
  1. Wall Ride (Eddie C remix)
  2. The Tape
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Phase Seq One
Cat: HOMETAPING 18. Rel: 06 Mar 14
Deep House
  1. Phase Seq One
  2. Phase Seq One (The Black Madonna's Lost In Chicago mix)
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Hometaping Is Fun Vol 1
VARIOUS
Cat: HOMETAPINGCD 01. Rel: 05 May 11
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Nicholas - "Down Low"
  2. SE62 - "Wax Pencils"
  3. Deep Space Orchestra - "Nos Bracos"
  4. Robotalco - "Geron"
  5. Andy Ash - "Dime Piece"
  6. Louis Guilliaume - "Roots"
  7. Ooft - "Windin"
  8. SE62 - "Dance, I Got No Rhythm"
  9. Louis Guilliaume - "Dreams"
  10. Deep Space Orchestra - "Louisville Slugger"
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Yesterday Is Around
Cat: HOMETAPING 011. Rel: 22 Nov 11
Deep House
  1. Yesterday Is Around
  2. Bird Moment
  3. Body Signature
Review: Fresh from an appearance on the excellent Rush Hour Amsterdam All Stars compilation, Simon Weiss breaks free with a debut solo release on the Hometaping imprint. A label that has provided a boost to many a producer's profile, Weiss is likely to countenance a few remix and booking requests off the back of the sumptuous sounds here, not least the title track "Yesterday Is Around". Very much influenced by the likes of Parrish and Dixon Jnr, there is an undeniable warmth to the expertly looped strings and delicate vocal sample that will turn many an ear, whilst the rhythms and textures are delightfully fuzzy. Alongside it Weiss flexes his percussive muscle on the expertly poised beatdown of "Bird Movement" which is notable for some excellent pitch shifted melodics, whilst "Body Signature" is delightfully sloppy. Best Hometaping release in ages!
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