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Cat: SPEC 1256. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Inch By Inch
  2. Body Music
Review: Much sampled disco classic for the collectors.
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 in stock $8.04
Hit & Run (12")
Cat: SALSA 12019. Rel: 23 Jan 04
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Hit & Run (original Walter Gibbons 12" mix)
  2. Hit & Run (Danny Tenaglia 12" remix)
  3. Hit & Run (acappella)
Review: Exclusively remastered by Tom Moulton from the original master tapes!
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 in stock $7.50
Cat: SALSA 12024. Rel: 23 Jan 04
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. It's Just Begun (original Larry Levan 12" mix)
  2. E Man Boogie '83 (Jimmy Castor/Gerry Thomas 12" mix)
Review: Larry Levan remix - v.e.r.y. r.a.r.e.! 12" Import pressing of the extremely rare Larry Levan remix of 'It's Just Begun'.
On the flip is the original Jimmy Castor/Gerry Thomas 12" mix 'E Man Boogie 83'. We found these Salsoul 12"s in
a warehouse and have hardly any, once they are gone - they. are. gone.
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 in stock $7.50
Pop Life (12")
Cat: 020357. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Funk
  1. Pop Life (Sheila E Fresh Dance mix)
  2. Hello (Sheila E Fresh Dance mix)
Review: Wicked record from the man Prince, taken from his highly acclaimed "Around The World In A Day" album. Repress with full picture sleeve. Limited quantities.
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 in stock $9.91
Cat: AU 1002-1. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Tone Bone Kone
  2. Soon To Be Innocent Fun/Let's See
  3. Answers Me
  4. Being It
  5. Place I Know/Kid Like You
  6. She's The Star/I Take This Time
  7. Tree House
  8. See Through
  9. Hiding Your Present From You
  10. Wax The Van
  11. All Boy All Girl
  12. Lucky Cloud
  13. Tower Of Meaning/Rabbit's Ear/Home Away From Home
  14. Let's Go Swimming
  15. The Name Of The Next Song
  16. Happy Ending
  17. Canvas Home
  18. Our Last Night Together
Review: Well, we couldn't really be happier. In fact, there is almost nothing to say about this album apart from the fact that it is absolutely, downright essential. Originally released in 1986 on Rough Trade here in the UK, it has been reissued a few time over the years but has always vanished in the blink of an eye and reappeared on the EBay and Discogs circuits for big bucks. Finally, you can indulge in a beautifully remastered version on virgin vinyl. In what is seen by many cultic Russell fans as perhaps his biggest achievement, the LP drifts in and out of light and shadows with utter ease, truly portraying the genius of the man who paved much of the way for modern electronic music generally. From start to finish, it's an ethereal mixture of sparse beats, effect manipulations and folklore, charismatically told by one of the only artists in the history of experimental music to really combine and successfully bind so many unexpected musical terrains. We are only mere mortals, so we won't describe the music to you...just get yourself a copy and see...
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 in stock $33.78
Cat: AU 1002-2. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Tone Bone Kone
  2. Soon To Be Innocent Fun/Let's See
  3. Answers Me
  4. Being It
  5. Place I Know/Kid Like You
  6. She's The Star/I Take This Time
  7. Tree House+
  8. See Through
  9. Hiding Your Present From You
  10. Wax The Van
  11. All Boy All Girl
  12. Lucky Cloud
  13. Tower Of Meaning/Rabbit's Ear/Home Away From Home*
  14. Let's Go Swimming
  15. The Name Of The Next Song
  16. Happy Ending
  17. Canvas Home
  18. Our Last Night Together
Review: Well, we couldn't really be happier. In fact, there is almost nothing to say about this album apart from the fact that it is absolutely, downright essential. Originally released in 1986 on Rough Trade here in the UK, it has been reissued a few time over the years but has always vanished in the blink of an eye and reappeared on the EBay and Discogs circuits for big bucks. Finally, you can indulge in a beautifully remastered version on virgin vinyl. In what is seen by many cultic Russell fans as perhaps his biggest achievement, the LP drifts in and out of light and shadows with utter ease, truly portraying the genius of the man who paved much of the way for modern electronic music generally. From start to finish, it's an ethereal mixture of sparse beats, effect manipulations and folklore, charismatically told by one of the only artists in the history of experimental music to really combine and successfully bind so many unexpected musical terrains. We are only mere mortals, so we won't describe the music to you...just get yourself a copy and see...
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 in stock $15.82
Cat: TPR 007. Rel: 06 Apr 06
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Lettbeint Liten Sak (original Dialyse mix)
  2. Bak Mal
  3. Lettbeint Liten Sak (Bjorn Torske's Nyredisco Miks)
Review: After a year bewildered in the woods Kango takes a step forward with a new 12"! He's taking the bpm down a notch for a midtempo 80s influenced electro disco teaser called 'Lettbeint Liten Sak'. The arrangement is as always in the leftfield area of disco. Twisting and knobbing the hook in a way you might call insane. But we don't. Getting used to not being able to describe his music we just lean on his album title & simply call it Fjordfunk. To enhance the experience we managed to get the legendary dubmeister Bjørn Torske to work his magic. As always he delivers the goods with one arm behind his back. Actually he also wore blindfolds during the remix. Maybe you might hear it. We're not sure. The second on the A-side is a track called 'Bak Mål' and is that strange little track that no one would believe would ever be released.....Simply because of the EFX at the end of the track. How big balls and ego does this man have inside???
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Intérprete: Telephones
 in stock $12.60
Cat: DEX 5. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Funk
  1. Get Down On It (long version) (6:06)
  2. Summer Madness (original Studio version) (4:19)
Review: 80s mega classic getting a re-issue.
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 in stock $13.40
Spank (12")
Cat: SDD 205. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Spank
  2. Is It In
Review: Classic disco re-issue! A couple of nice Miami disco numbers from Jimmy Bo Horne, getting on the spankwagon on the A-side with a pumping club track, but not letting up on the flip either, another crisp number guaranteed to keep the disco burning!
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 in stock $13.40
Cat: DCR 71. Rel: 06 Sep 06
Electro House
  1. Rocket Ride (extended version)
  2. Rocket Ride (The Emperor Machine version)
Review: Dean Meredith’s White Light Circus returns to the 12" format with the celestial funk of "Rocket Ride" (extended version), a synth and drum work out that pays its dues to not only the robo-disco of Giorgio Moroder, but also to the Teutonic modulations of Kraftwerk and their oscillating computer soul. For the B-side, Meredith hands over the controls to Andy Meecham, who re-configures the rocket’s motherboard, presenting us with an Emperor Machine Version that spins us sideways into a meteor shower of insistent rhythms, sputnik melodies and sound effect squiggles. This is the follow up to 2005’s acclaimed "Marching Orders" which had a legion of DJ supporters including The Glimmers, Headman, Trevor Jackson, Soulwax, Prins Thomas, Rub N Tug, Pedro Ed Banger, Idjut Boys, Optimo, Stevie Kotey & Mr Scruff, etc.
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 in stock $4.83
Bad For Me (12")
Cat: AS 11409. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Bad For me
  2. Back Of Your Mind
Review: The soulful title track to her album of the same name, "Bad For Me" is remixed here with a bit more flair by Larry Levan! The tune skips along at a really upbeat little pace, not really club but with more of a boogie flavour overall and it's backed by a mellower number with some jazzy George Duke production!
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 in stock $13.14
Genius Of Love (12" promo)
Cat: PROA 996. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Genius Of Love (long version)
  2. Lorelei (instrumental)
Review: In 1980 Tina Weymouth was playing bass for the Talking Heads while her husband Chris Frantz played drums. The couple were vacationing in the Bahamas when they met Monty Brown and Stephen Stanley. Together the four set out to make the kind of music that David Byrne and the Talking Heads stayed clear of: romantic, sunny, dance-able pop music. Their debut single, "Genius Of Love" is that classic early 80s cross between synth-pop and hip-hop, and went right to the top of the dance charts, securing them an identity separate from that of Talking Heads. It found a home in the samples of several hip-hop aficionados and was even nicked by Mariah Carey for her 90s hit, "Heartbreaker".
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 in stock $12.86
DJ MOONER/VARIOUS
Cat: COMP 239-2. Rel: 27 Nov 06
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. The Rah Band - "Electric Fling"
  2. Clive Stevens/Brainchild - "Mystery Man" (remix)
  3. Love International - "Dance On The Groove (& Do The Funk)"
  4. Doctor's Cat - "Crash" (Monner's edit)
  5. Heaven 17 - "I'm Your Money"
  6. Logic Sytem - "Clash (Chinjyu Of Sun)"
  7. Memory Control One (MC 1) - "Basic"
  8. Peru - "Oriental"
  9. Eloy - "Horizons"
  10. Chris & Cosey - "This Is Me"
  11. Chocolate Star - "The Pop"
Review: In the 1980s, Compost's Michael Reinboth was co-editor of the fanzine "Elaste" which won several awards. Now it returns as a compilation series. Vol 1, compiled by DJ Mooner, is all about the Cosmic disco sound of the 80s.
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 in stock $14.48
Cat: NBD 20138. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. DC LaRue - "Let Them Dance"
  2. Dennis Parker - "Like An Eagle"
Review: Another great gem from Casablanca. D.C. Larue is a songwriter and instrumentalist who emerged in the mid-'70s with a series of heavily orchestrated, disco-
orientated instrumentals with vocal refrains. 'Let them dance' is one of the records you should have in your collection. b/w Dennis Parker's 'Like An Angel'.
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 in stock $12.86
Cat: T 54230. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Girl You Need A Change Of Mind
  2. Goin Up In Smoke
Review: Motown presents Eddie's 'Girl You Need A Change Of Mind', a mind-blowingly anthemic number, the kind of cut that burnt up dancefloors
when it first came out, and which has continued to please countless generations, through house, hip hop, funk, and beyond!
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Cat: AUBE 003. Rel: 10 Jan 08
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Dachluke
  2. Smoke & Mirrors (feat Marc Almond)
  3. Winter Of Ice
Review: Starcluster featuring Marc Almond with a 2007 version of high energy synth disco. 'Dachlucke' is a killer track
with a powerful drive and classic synths reminiscent of Jean Michel Jarre. On the flip is the lead neo-disco track
'Smoke And Mirrors' with vocals from Marc Almond, a great piece that will inspire dancefloor wildness, and could
well be headed for a pop chart near you soon. Bonus track 'Winter On Ice' is another sweet serving of pop synth
club music. And all delivered in a nicely art-worked Aube sleeve by the hot Berlin artist Marc Brandenburg.
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Intérprete: Hyboid
 in stock $9.64
VARIOUS
PTG
Cat: PTG 34044. Rel: 31 Jan 08
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Bar-Kays - "She Talks To Me With Her Body" (remix)
  2. Dynasty - "Check It Out"
  3. Evan Rogers - "Secret Love" (Frankie Rodriguez' extended Masterpiece re-edit)
  4. Love Club - "Hot Summer Nights"
  5. Maxine Singelton - "You Can't Run From Love"
  6. Major Harris - "Gotta Make Up Your Love"
  7. Kathy Buck - "Don't Beat Around The Bush" (Frankie's Cutting Around The Bush re-edit)
  8. Thunderflash - "Reach Your High Tonight"
  9. Up Front - "Infatuation" (Frankie Rodriguez' Infatuated re-edit)
  10. Roy Ayers - "Fast Money"
  11. Les Femmes - "Yes You Thrill Me"
  12. Pamela Joy - "Think Fast"
Review: In 2008 the Masterpiece compilation series continues with 'Masterpiece Volume 6: The Ultimate Disco Funk Collection'. Again a very special collection of 12 inch mixes of the eighties. You will find great 12 inches of Bar-Kays, Roy Ayers, Dynasty & Love Club and less known (but not less loved) long versions of Kathy Buck, Up Front and Evan Rogers. All tracks have been digitally re-mastered for all 80’s disco funk lovers.

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Intérprete: PTG/Vinyl Masterpiece
 in stock $13.20
Cat: SSLPCD 4. Rel: 20 Feb 08
Deep House
  1. Try This
  2. All Yours/Who Is Adam?
  3. Black Music (I Love You) (feat Craig Huckaby)
  4. Nitedrive/I 94w
  5. Take A Ride
  6. I 94e/No Joke
  7. They Say (feat Monica Blaire)
  8. Love Triumphant
  9. Reckasto/Strange Change
  10. Stomp Yo Feet (part 1)
  11. Still Love Still Happiness/Whowhohehe
  12. Satisfunktion
  13. Sundown Town
  14. Track 14
  15. Uppitynegronomics
  16. Goin Downstairs/Music?
  17. The Rink
  18. Programming/Unauthorized Procedure/Criminal Drug Evasion
  19. Soul Control/Quarter Run (feat Alena Waters)
  20. Synthetic Flemm
  21. Galactic Ancestors
  22. Flotation Device/Fear Or Laziness?
  23. Laziness (feat Amp Fiddler)
  24. Fear
  25. Usually Suspected/The Quest (feat Amp Fiddler)
  26. Second Chances (feat Monica Blaire)
  27. Space Cowboys & The Interplanetary Gangster Edit
Review: Theo Parrish's masterful Sound Sculptures Vol 1 on triple LP format gets a timely repressing!! In total here there are 9 of the 27 tracks from the full double CD version but these still run the gamut of Theo's inimitable talents, from rough and tumble disco edits to saccharine soul, raw beatdown and leftfield esoterica. Be sure to check the Omar S- featuring "Synthetic Flemm" and long time Juno favourite "Flotation Device". If ever there was a selection of tracks that fully showcased the incredible breadth of production talent this man has, this is it. Not to be missed!
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Sexuality (LP)
Cat: REC 46LP. Rel: 21 Feb 08
Electro House
  1. Roche
  2. Kilometer
  3. Look
  4. Divine
  5. Pomme
  6. Une Heure
  7. Sexual Sportswear
  8. Elle
  9. Fingers Of Steel
  10. Manty
  11. L'Amour Et La Violence
Review: The album that everybody is talking about. 'Sexuality' is produced by Sebastien Tellier, alongside Daft Punk's half Guy-Manuel De Homem-Christo.
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 in stock $16.19
Beatbox (LP)
Cat: IDIB007. Rel: 09 Oct 08
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Introduction
  2. Beatific
  3. Etheric Device
  4. Candy Castle
  5. Rolling Down The Hills
  6. Life After Sundown
  7. Computer Love
  8. Last Nite I Met A Costume
  9. Digital Versicolor
Review: Italian's Do It Better drop another super cool release - "Beatbox" by Glass Candy. This is cool synth driven pop with vocals from Ida No.
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 in stock $25.20
Cat: DFA 22591. Rel: 22 Jul 10
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. I Can Change (album version)
  2. I Can Change (Stereogamous remix)
  3. I Can Change (Stereogamous Inlovestrumental dub)
Review: After the indie discoisms of "Drunk Girls", LCD Soundsystem have plucked the gorgeous "I Can Change" from their superlative third album for single duties. The gloriously 80s synth overtones of the original are left intact on the accompanying remix and dub version from Aussie duo Stereogamus.

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Intérprete: Strangelove, I Love Disco!
 in stock $13.40
Cat: STS 184LP. Rel: 03 Sep 10
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Reset & Begin
  2. En Fin Tid
  3. 1987
  4. Bastard Alliance
  5. Big Flash
  6. Rosenrod
  7. Nattestid
Review: Diskjokke En Fin Tid Smalltown Supersound
LP £10.25 STS184LP 600116848413
DEAL 10 on 1,15 on 3,17.5on 5
TRACKLISTING:
Side A
1. Reset And Begin
2. En Fin Tid
3. 1987
4. Bastard Alliance
Side B
5. Big Flash
6. Rosenrød
7. Nattestid

OVERVIEW:
"bright and zinging, borderline Kosmische disco with very clear affinities to the whole Lindstrøm/Prins Thomas axis." - John Mulvey, Uncut Magazine

LP Limited to 500 copies worldwide!

Diskjokke delivers another trippy mastodon of epic prog disco with his new album, En Fin Tid. At once hypnotic, stomping and futuristic, the new record maintains this aesthetic without sacrificing melody or subtlety. The album flows like a journey in sound, with each song seamlessly drifting into the next. Whereas Diskjokke's debut album, Staying In, was a collection of songs made over many years, En Fin Tid was created with the intention of being released as a complete album, lending itself to an evident continuity. The album, recorded and entirely self-produced in Diskjokke's new studio, draws its inspiration from Holger Czukay's mid 80s period, Brian Eno, Arthur Russell, European disco, Allan Parsons, Tangerine Dream, Arthur Lyman and Craig Leon.

En Fin Tid, which means "a happy time" in Norwegian, refers to the period in which the album was written and recorded. Since the release of Staying In, many of Diskjokke's dreams have come true - he now focuses on music full time (as opposed to Staying In, which was recorded in the midst of studying), he performs at the clubs where he always aspired to play, and most importantly, has become a father. Additionally, Diskjokke has become a much sought-after remixer. He's made quite a name for himself with his distinctive, dubby blend of house, italo and disco remixes. In 2009, Diskjokke released Discolated, a compilation of remixes for Lykke Li, Bloc Party, Foals, Metronomy and more. Since thenhe's released remixes of Beck and Charlotte Gainsbourg, The xx's "Basic Space," the "Rosenrød" 7" for Moshi Moshi's singles clu,b and a handful of 12"s for Prins Thomas' Full Pupp label. He's currently working on a remix for Allan Parsons.

The 28 year old Diskjokke (aka Joachim Dyrdahl) was raised in Svelvik, a small town southwest of Oslo with 5,000 inhabitants, but presently lives in Oslo. He's a classically trained violinist, which he has played since he was five years old; classical music has always been, and continues to be, an important part of his life. Joachim became interested in electronic music at the age of 15 when he discovered Norwegian DJ legend Olle Abstract`s radio show, and he's been hooked ever since. Joachim has studied mathematics for eight years, but his studies have been put on hold as he is now focusing on music full time. Together with friends Prins Thomas, Todd Terje and Lindstrøm, Diskjokke is one of the mainstays in Oslo's pulsing disco scene. His first break came, in part, thanks to Prins Thomas, who released three tracks on his Full Pupp label. At the same time M.A.N.D.Y, DJ T, and the Get Physical gang in Germany released five other tracks and two 12"s on their label Kindish. Now Diskjokke releases albums on Norway's Smalltown Supersound, the label behind his debut full-length, Staying In.

PRESS: Reviews in The Guardian, Uncut (4 stars - "Dyrhdahl plots an irresistible course through rubbery psych & sparkling boogie"), iDJ, Mixmag (+ featurette), Pitchfork, Tillate, The Wire plus many more tbc. News updates on Resident Advisor, Data Transmission, Altsounds, XLR8R.
RADIO: Spot plays on specialist and online stations, plus tracks featured in numerous mixes.
LIVE: European and international dates.
CLUB: Support from key DJ's.
MARKETING: Smalltown database mailouts / updates across social networking sites, blogs, music sites and forums / press ads / banner ads
OTHER ACTIVITY: www.diskjokke.com www.facebook.com/pages/diskJokke/91357383501 www.myspace.com/diskjokke www.smalltownsupersound.com www.pitchperfectpr.com/a_dj.html
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Intérprete: Chris Coco, Sean Brosnan
 in stock $18.50
Cat: UQ 001. Rel: 04 Nov 10
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. You Don't Have To Cry Anymore
  2. Vision Of Estonia
Review: Originally out in 1985, Peoples Potential Unlimited reissue this soul boogie jam from Uku Kuut (who was born In the Soviet Union, raised in Sweden and now lives in Estonia) featuring Marju Kuut on vocals. On the flip is a mellow instrumental in homage to Uku's home for the past 20 years, now available for the first time on cute 7" vinyl. Top release!
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 in stock $7.50
Cat: AE 001. Rel: 03 Nov 10
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Disco Machine
  2. Sound Of The Jungle
  3. Cosmic Sands
Review: As proprietor of the Cabana Disco label and American Athlete blog, Pat Les Tache aka TJ Gorton has impressed all with an encyclopaedic knowledge of disco and afro funk. Gorton founded the Athlete Edits imprint to accommodate the rare heat in his impressive record collection that doesn't fit the Cabana ethos. The inaugural release promises much with the A Side dedicated to the bumping disco burn of Black Jack's "Disco Machine". On the flip Gorton takes us on a tropical disco ride with a superlative refix of Konga's "Jungle" which features plenty of rolling bongo edits. The best is perhaps saved till last with a retweak of Ashra's "Bamboo Sands", which focuses on the dad rock guitar and adds some real depth to the bass with suitably cosmic results!
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Night Drive (Soundtrack) (Deluxe Edition) (gatefold white vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: IDIB 028LP. Rel: 03 Dec 10
Coldwave/Synth
  1. The Telephone Call
  2. Night Drive
  3. I Want Your Love
  4. Running Up That Hill
  5. The Killing Spree
  6. Healer
  7. Mask
  8. Tomorrow Is So Far Away
  9. Let's Make This A Moment To Remember
  10. Tick Of The Clock
  11. Shining Violence
  12. Circled Sun
  13. Bell
  14. The Gemini
  15. Accelerator
Review: ** REPRESS ** Italians Do It Better continues with their deluxe reissue pledge for 2010 delivering the definitive edition of Chromatics classic 2007 album Night Drive. For a multiplicity of reasons (most notably misplaced master tapes) the version that has gained a million column inches in the past three years was never meant to be heard, an incomplete demo version burned to hand out at tours. Having located the masters some 18 months later, Simonetti and co do the smart thing in presenting this deluxe edition, replete with the five tracks missing from the demo CD and fully remastered. Thus Johnny Jewel's original cinematic vision is presented in its full glory seeping in analogue warmth. Enough words have been dedicated to the tracks that filled the 2007 demo version that it seems redundant to spill any more ink on the matter though the Kate Bush cover does sound delicious! The five extra tracks make this a more than worthy purchase, from the poignant piano heartbeat of "Shining Violence" to the final departure via the Carpenter esque synth dynamics of "Accelerator".
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 in stock $36.45
Cat: PPU 024. Rel: 18 Jan 11
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Super Breaker (feat Margarita Thompson)
  2. Super Breaker (instrumental)
Review: Another essential history lesson here from the Peoples Potential Unlimited camp. "Super Breaker" is an early production by Miami bass legend James McCauley, better known as Maggotron,DJX or Basstech. It was originally released by the super obscure Bound Sound label in 1984, but was quickly forgotten. As one of McCauley's earliest works, it arguably marks the point where electro began to morph into Miami bass. There are vocal and instrumental versions on this must have 7", both featuring a mix of long synth chords, oh-so thick synth bass and a healthy dose of vintage drum machine breaks.
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  1. Teddy Pendergrass - "The More I Get" (John M+M Get It All mix)
  2. Candi Staton - "Young Hearts Run Free" (John M+M Run Run Run mix)
  3. Loletta Holloway - "Dreamin" (John M+M Not My Man extended mix)
  4. Inner Life - "Make It Last Forever" (feat Jocelyn Brown - John M+M original Forever 12' mix)
Review: The second vinyl sampler to accompany BBE's hook-up with disco legend John Morales is just as delicious as the first, with essential takes on classics from Teddy Pendergrass, Candi Staton, Loletta Holloway and Inner Life all worth investigating. If this isn't enough for you, be sure to check the comprehensive 18 track double CD compilation, also out this week.
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Al KENT/VARIOUS
BBE
Cat: BBE 172CLP. Rel: 04 Apr 11
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Plazza Suite - "Joey's Tune"
  2. Sandy Barber - "I Think I'll Do Some Stepping On My Own"
  3. Bill Avery - "Disco Fever" (re-edit)
  4. Spooky & Sue - "I've Got The Need"
  5. Vessie Simmons - "I Can Make It On My Own"
  6. Scarbrough - "Make Love To You"
  7. The J's - "When Did You Stop"
  8. Larry Brown - "Breaking Training" (parts 1 & 2)
Review: In recent years we've become accustomed to disco compilations appearing at a furious rate. While many of these compilations are undoubtedly worthy of attention, the volume of releases can sometimes be bewildering. This eight track selection from Al Kent, the second in his Disco Love series, ticks all the right boxes, however. Even by the highest crate digging standards, these tracks are pretty obscure; many won't have had much of an airing since their original release. Those into the rich, soulful side of disco - that brand of string-laden dancefloor material most associated with the Philadelphia International label and studio -will find much to enjoy. Perhaps the most noteworthy is Scarborough's delightfully sweet "Make Love To You", an epic of biblical proportions that lasts longer than most drunken one night stands. See also Valerie Simmons' super sweet "I Can't Make It On My Own" and the rousing orchestral manoeuvres of "I've Got The Need". This luxurious gatefold double album also comes replete with extensive track notes from compiler Al Kent.
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 in stock $21.31
Cat: CLICHE 034. Rel: 21 Jun 11
Electro House
  1. Box Of Box
  2. Box Of Box (Populette remix)
  3. Dysfunction
  4. Dysfunction (Toby Tobias Mainline mix)
Review: Attention Vegetarian vinyl consumers - approach this excellent introduction to the I'm A Cliche canon proper from Hannulelauri with caution if the sight of bare meat causes your constitution consternation. Raw steak on the cover art aside, there's little other reason not to indulge in this brilliantly oddball take on house music from the Finnish duo. Opening track "Box To Box" splays a cheeky acid stab lead over rusted percussion steeped in off kilter rhythms, whilst deep in the machine what sounds like an elephant tries to play along in time - it's a wonderfully tongue in cheek riposte to po faced music everywhere. The accompanying remix from Throne Of Blood duo Populette does a sterling job of realigning the track to burning deep house bump that's a perfect fit for the midnight hour. On the flip the title track "Dysfunction" straddles a lysergic house pump that will prove potent in the right atmosphere, whilst Toby Tobias embellishes the track with some soulful excess via diva warbling and hand claps.
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 in stock $7.77
Cat: TENDOLLAR. Rel: 04 Nov 10
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. I Need A Dollar (Tensnake remix)
Review: This week's lesson in simple musical mathematics is demonstrated by Tensnake and Aloe Blacc. The former's inexorable rise in 2010 has perhaps been matched by the worldwide popularity of the latter's "I Need A Dollar", so getting Mr Niemerski on board to remix the track was a smart move. The end results are typically appealing, with Blacc's vocals looped brilliantly around a burning deep house arrangement that peaks in all the right places. The central energetic pulse of cavernous bass stabs and slick hi-hats are inundated by massive swathes of soaring chords as the track progresses, with the requisite breakdowns augmented by choral vocal refrains. Totally euphoric in its intentions and execution, this is bound to have devastating effects when implemented at the right time.
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VARIOUS
Cat: MW 030CD. Rel: 14 Oct 11
Coldwave/Synth
  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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Q&R (12")
Cat: COMBI 09. Rel: 26 Oct 11
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Q
  2. R
Review: It's round nine of Eric Dr Dunk Duncan's C.OM.B.I. edits and one must wonder what's gonna happen after X & Y? Putting aside such questions of disco existentialism, Q & R bang like you'd expect, digging up more curios from Japan and dusting them down with aplomb. "Snakes Wine" is a furiously uptempo afro disco number, dominated by the laser shots of over the top Moroder synths but driven by gliding bass lines and slick guitar riffs. A chance to wipe sweat from brow is offered on the flip with the less thunderous "Looking A Star", a twilight slow jam which bubbles with seductive intent - just wait for those vocals to come through!
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Nightgruv (12")
Cat: RHRSS 3. Rel: 25 Jan 12
Deep House
  1. Nightgruv (original mix)
  2. Nightgruv (unreleased longer edit)
  3. I Want Your Love
Review: Rush Hour did us plenty of favours this year but by far our most cherished was the reissue of James Mason's timeless, proto-house excursions on the infamous "Nightgruv" EP. There's really not much to be said about these peerless productions, the original mix is a stunning voyage through glimmering synths backed by a chugging beat groove, but the unreleased longer edit is the one - voyaging through those gorgeous drums and piano keys like there's no tomorrow! "I Want Your Love" is another masterpiece - slo-mo hip-hop beats mixed in with those killer funk bass lines and the infamous vocals taking you to another dimension.
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Six Cups Of Rebel (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: STS 221LP. Rel: 02 Feb 12
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. No Release
  2. De Javu
  3. Magik
  4. Quiet Place To Live
  5. Call Me Anytime
  6. Six Cups Of Rebel
  7. Hina
Review: It's been nearly four years since Hans-Peter Lindstrom's last solo set, the decidedly grandiose Where You Go, I Go To. When Six Cups Of Rebel opens with a similarly soundscape composition, the spiraling "No Release", you expect more of the same. Yet it's something of a red (pickled) herring. In fact, Six Cups Of Rebel could be considered something of a return to his dancefloor roots - though it bears little resemblance to his clean, snappy early work. It's urgent, hurried, psychedelic - even a little fun (recent single "Deja vu" and the bonkers "Magik" being good examples). In that regard, it sounds a bit like an LSD-influenced take on fellow Norwegian disconauts Mungolian Jet Set - a strange and intoxicating brew that delights and confuses in equal measure.
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Cat: STRUT 091LP. Rel: 16 Feb 12
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Cabaret Voltaire - "Seconds Too Late"
  2. Neon - "Voices"
  3. Diseno Corbusier - "Golpe De Amistad"
  4. Analysis - "Surface Tension"
  5. Hard Corps - "Je Suis Passee" (dub)
  6. Nitzer Ebb - "Countrol I'm Here" (Clouston Controlled edit)
  7. DAF - "Brothers" (Mix Gabi)
  8. Jah Wobble & The Invaders Of The Heart - "Invaders Of The Heart" (Exotic Decadent disco mix)
  9. Yello - "You Gotta Say Yes To Another Excess" (UK promo 12" version)
  10. Naked Lunch - "Slipping Again"
  11. SPK - "Metal Dance"
Review: Having recently mined the post-punk/new wave vaults of Factory Records' 12" releases, it's little surprise that the latest Strut Records release shines more light on the clanking, far-sighted world of the 1980s' most revolutionary genres - namely industrial, post-punk and EBM. This time, former Output boss, Playgroup man and all-round hipster Trevor Jackson is at the helm. His two-disc selection touches on many different strands, from bleak synthesizer jams and crunchy punk-funk to twisted industrial disco, mutant electrofunk (Nitzer Ebb's "I've Lost Control") and almighty percussive workouts (SPK's thrilling "Metal Dance"). Highly recommended.
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VARIOUS
Cat: STH 2281LP. Rel: 22 Feb 12
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Hard Corps - "Dirty"
  2. In Trance 95 - "Presidente"
  3. Philippe Laurent - "Distorsion"
  4. Das Ding - "HSTA"
  5. Subject - "What Happened To You?"
  6. Ohama - "The Drum"
  7. Geneva Jacuzzi - "The Sleep Room"
  8. Antonym - "Cinnamon Air"
  9. Ruins - "Fire"
  10. Ende Shneafliet - "Animals From Outer Space"
  11. Felix Kubin - "Japan Japan"
  12. Class Info - "Out Of Line"
  13. In Aeternam Vale - "Annie"
  14. Aural Indifference - "Theme"
Review: The guys over at Stones Throw did us a massive favour this year by compiling these long-forgotten experimental pieces form the 80s and 90s. This is the second chapter and we couldn't have expected any better from Peanut Butter Wolf's imprint. There's plenty of rarities and gems here, starting with with the opener by Hard Cops, "Dirty" an italo-influenced electro stomper with an unmistakable 80s edge to it. Philippe Laurent's "Distortion" is another massive track, with those wavering lyrics falling apart over the grinding beat beneath it; "HSTA" by Das Ding is also unmissable and worthy of any collectors shelf. To be honest, there isn't a single average piece here and if you haven't got this compilation already, you're making a huge mistake...
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Cat: IDIB 38. Rel: 25 May 12
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Into The Black
  2. Kill For Love
  3. Back From The Grave
  4. The Page
  5. Lady
  6. These Streets Will Never Look The Same
  7. Broken Mirrors
  8. Candy
  9. The Eleventh Hour
  10. Running From The Sun
  11. Dust To Dust
  12. Birds Of Paradise
  13. A Matter Of Time
  14. At Your Door
  15. There's A Light Out On The Horizon
  16. The River
Review: After the brilliance of his intoxicating Themes From An Imaginary Film album, there's no doubt that Chromatics producer Johnny Jewel is on a roll. Here, he returns to his roots to helm the fourth full-length from the futurist crew, their first since 2007. In typical fashion, it's a beguiling set that draws on Jewel's usual cinematic influences. Musically, it sounds like a particularly heart-aching road movie, shuffling across the mid west via dark soundtrack moods ("Candy","11th Hour" and "Dust To Dust"), fragile balladeering ("Birds Of Paradise"), eyeliner-laden electronic moodiness ("A Matter of Time"), and Johnny Marr-goes-to-the-movies indie-pop (see "Kill For Love", "Into the Black" and "Back From The Grave").
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Lucifer (limited heavyweight coloured vinyl LP + free MP3 download code)
Cat: WEIRD 011LP. Rel: 14 Jun 12
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Moonrise
  2. Beautiful Son
  3. Live Love
  4. Cosmic Tides
  5. Midnight (In The Valley Of Shadows)
  6. LO HI
  7. Dreambeat
  8. Morning Star
Review: While the noise swirling around them is getting close to deafening, you get the feeling that the hype wouldn't penetrate the ethereal bubble that Peaking Lights exist in. The partnership of Indra Dunis and Aaron Coyes exudes innocence and wide-eyed delight at every turn - in that sense they make a pleasing departure from much of the current lo-fi zeitgeist. Where many of these artists have staked their claim to degraded sonics through a cacophony of noise and scrubbed-out vocals, Peaking Lights have a delicate, charming nature to them which uses withered production traits as a pathway rather than an end point. There's no denying that Lucifer is lo-fi (they even wryly name on of their tracks "Lo-Hi" on the album) but they don't use that aesthetic to mask the music that they make. Rather it sounds like they really don't have anything else to make their songs with other than Coyes' ropey home-made equipment and a battered four-track recorder. Whether this really is the case or not, there's no air of contrivance about Peaking Lights. For that reason alone the hype is well and truly justified. Highly recommended.
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Cat: PMFYL 001. Rel: 14 Jun 12
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. For Your Love (10:29)
  2. Aldeia De Ogum (6:14)
Review: ** Psychemagik classic repress alert ** Ah yes, "For Your Love", the 1978 Euro Disco classic from Chilly hasn't that been re/edited by at least 78% of Soundcloud's disco edit community? Correct - it's actually second only to the gazillion marketing tools presented as a remix that are helping to power forward the career of Lana Del Rey. Psychemagik are yet to remix Lana Del Lips so we can forgive them for adding to the slew of edits of Chilly's Yardbirds cover version already released. As it stands the Psychemagik version of "For Your Love" is a commendable revision which beefs up the low end and extends everything beyond the ten minute mark. Much better is the sub blessed take on Joyce's "Aldeia De Ogum" which should come with a Punta Del Esta Approved stamp.
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Themes For An Imaginary Film (magenta vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: IDIB 37LP. Rel: 12 Jul 12
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Introduction
  2. City Of Dreams
  3. Over The Edge
  4. The Nightshift
  5. Paper Chase
  6. Outside Looking In
  7. Midnight Sun
  8. Thicker Than Blood
  9. A Sort Of Homecoming
  10. Behind The Wheel
  11. Winner Take All
  12. Death Mask
  13. Jackie's Eyes
  14. The Fading Faces
  15. Mind Games
  16. The Maze
  17. Threshold
  18. Flashback
  19. Blood Sport
  20. Survival Instinct
  21. Hall Of Mirrors
  22. Eulogy
  23. The Messenger
  24. Love Theme
  25. Through The Gauntlet
  26. Ghost Town
  27. Cruise Control
  28. Wave Goodbye
  29. Magic Gardens
  30. An Eye For An Eye
  31. The Point Of No Return
  32. Cremation
  33. The Nightshift (reprise)
  34. Memories Are Forever
  35. Echoes Of The Mind
  36. Streets Of Fire
Review: Finally in on triple vinyl! Given the fashion for library music, disco noir and the synth-heavy soundtrack work of Goblin and John Carpenter, it was probably inevitable that Italians Do It Better would dip their toe into cinematic waters at some point. Themes From An Imaginary Film is their contribution to the oeuvre - an all-star collection of melodic synth doodles, atmospheric compositions and faux cinematic themes produced by Chromatics/Glass Candy men Jonny Jewell and Nat Walker. Its 37 tracks are, predictably, impressively evocative, variously recalling sounds and styles previously employed by notable synth composers Vangelis, Jan Hammer, Claudio Simonetti and, of course, John Carpenter.
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1 Out Of 2 (12" + free MP3 download code)
Cat: BEC 5161232. Rel: 19 Jul 12
Electro House
  1. One Out Of Two (Oliver remix)
  2. One Out Of Two (Sneak Dream dub)
  3. Programme
  4. One Out Of Two (Get A Room! remix)
Review: Ed Banger favourite and electro-synth-pop demi-god, Breakbot saw his "One Out Of Two" track remixed by a healthy squadron of electronic artist this year. First up it was Oliver, who painted a fascinating disco-not-disco portrait of the original. Sneak Dream went all ape shit on everyone, forming a solid and tenacious tech house groove with a thumping good kick! There's also the original of "Programe" included here, a summery pop track with subtle hints of electro; and finally, Get A Room plant a serious electro bomb, one that explodes and releases its ferocious synth on yo ass...!
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VARIOUS
Cat: STRUT 098LP. Rel: 31 Aug 12
Indie
  1. 52nd Street - "Can't Afford" (Unorganised mix)
  2. A Certain Ratio - "The Fox"
  3. Minny Pops - "Blue Roses"
  4. Fadela - "N'Sel Fik"
  5. Nyam Nyam - "Fate"
  6. Section 25 - "Sakura"
  7. Biting Tongues - "Meat Mask Separatist"
  8. Sir Horatio - "Sommadub"
  9. Shark Vegas - "You Hurt Me"
  10. The Wake - "Host"
Review: By now, we should all know the story of Tony Wilson's ultimately doomed Factory Records imprint; the rags-to-riches-to-rags story of the design-conscious Manchester imprint, excesses and all, has been written many times over. Strut's initial FAC. DANCE compilation, curated with love by walking dance music encyclopedia Bill Brewster and released last year, also documented the label's attempts to court the dancefloor. The first FAC DANCE collection told its story well, focusing not only the hits, but also the underground records that became anthems at the Hacienda and beyond. For every "Love Tempo", "Dirty Disco", "Love On A Hilltop" or "Reach For Love", there was something a little odd, usually from either the Durutti Column or Biting Tongues. It was hardly exhaustive, but then condensing a decade of influential and inspired releases onto two discs is nigh on impossible. It's for this reason - and, we assume, the commercial success of that first volume - that Strut have decided to put together a second volume of Factory dance classics and rarities, FAC DANCE 02. This time, the script is altogether different. With many of the more familiar post-punk and straight-up Factory dance releases previously featured in the first collection, FAC Dance 02 needed to dig deeper. To do that, Strut have recruited former Factory Benelux boss James Nice, a man who knows more about the ins and outs of the Factory back catalogue than most. Over the last few years, his LTM label has lovingly reissued a number of classic, long-forgotten Factory albums from the likes of Quando Quango and A Certain Ratio. FAC Dance 02 might be lacking in stone cold hits or accessible hooks but those seeking these should already have invested in the label's inaugural retrospective or perhaps stick to "Blue Monday". It does however contain some thrilling and genuinely historic music, presented in consummate fashion by an expert on the subject. For that reason alone, it should be essential listening.
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Cat: RH RSS 6. Rel: 17 Oct 12
Deep House
  1. I'm In Love (Caught Up version)
  2. I'm In Love (instrumental version)
Review: Having given the Dream 2 Science album the wider audience it richly deserved earlier this year, Rush Hour dig out another NYC garage classic from the archives of Ben Cenac for a much deserved reissue. Unlike that album, this Sha-Lor record Cenac recorded in collaboration with vocalists Sharmelle and Lorrie back in 1988 gained wider success, becoming a Summer Of Love staple. It's not hard to see why "I'm In Love" proved so enduring on the A Side Caught Up mix either, with the duo's vocals still retaining a power to move some 24 years on, while Cenac's stripped back bass heavy production is NYC garage at its finest. This being Rush Hour, there's also the bonus of a previously unreleased instrumental version occupying the flip.
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PSYCHEMAGIK/VARIOUS
Psychemagik Presents Magik Cyrkles (2xCD (CD 1 unmixed, CD 2 mixed))
Cat: LENGCD 004. Rel: 18 Oct 12
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Intrinsic Trance - "Hey Policeman!"
  2. Sirarcusa - "Streap Tease In The Stars (The Way I Do)"
  3. The Bear Brothers - "Love Is" (Psychemagik edit)
  4. Epsilon - "Ayayaya"
  5. Kingcats - "Down In California" (Albion edit)
  6. Mandy B Jones - "1-2-3-4 (We Ain't Got Much Time)"
  7. Miro - "Safari of Love"
  8. Elias Rahbani & His Orchestra - "From The Moon" (Psychemagik edit)
  9. Ramasandiran Somusundaram - "Electronic Heart"
  10. Raja Zahr - "Drum Sequence" (Psychemagik edit)
  11. Malibu - "80's, 80's?"
  12. Goya - "House At The Sea" (Psychemagik edit)
  13. Psychemagik Presents - "Magik Cyrkles" (continuous mix)
Review: Magik Cyrkles invites you the listener to bask in the impressive record collections of Psychemagik, for it seems that the prolific edit and DJ duo operate a nice sideline helping to furnish everyone from Soulwax to Q-Tip to Love Fingers with rare and highly sought after vinyl. Anyone whose familiar with their output since their emergence from The Cosmic Forest in 2009 will not be surprised given the off the beaten track source material for much of their edits. This Leng released compilation veers through all manner of psychedelic funk, cosmodisco, Middle Eastern oddities and much more, with four excusive new edits from the Psychemagik duo themselves. Those with dusty fingers and a penchant for the odder forgotten gems will no doubt be entranced as soon as Intrinsic Trance's opener commences and the label have really surpassed themselves in the presentation stakes with some apt cover art from acclaimed designer Luke Insect adorning this double CD release.
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Sadar BAHAR/VARIOUS
Soul In The Hole (unmixed CD)
BBE
Cat: BBE 165CCD. Rel: 07 Nov 12
Funk
  1. Johnny Harris - "Odyssey" (part 1)
  2. Calender - "Comin' On Strong"
  3. Poetiquette - "Soul Melody" (Yam Who? remix)
  4. Maxayn - "Bail Out"
  5. Seawind - "Free"
  6. Moses - "Striving For Tomorrow"
  7. Puzzle People - "French Fried Boogie"
  8. Sparkles - "Trying To Get Over"
  9. Carl Grubbs - "Scorcher" (instrumental)
  10. Chuck Higgins & The Wild Bunch - "Funkyfield"
  11. Carlos Garnett - "Mystery Of Ages"
  12. Sonny Stitt - "Tornado" (feat Eddie Russ)
  13. Frederic Mercier - "Spirit"
Review: Few can match BBE when it comes to the funk and disco compilation stakes - the label's been issuing killer compendiums curated by some of the finest and most eminently knowledgeable DJs and diggers since the mid 90s. Soul In The Hole sees them hand the controls to Sadar Bahar, Chicago based DJ described by BBE as the city's "best kept secret". Bahar began DJing in the early 80s, a historically important time for music in Chicago and states he was driven by an "unquenchable desire to create one of the best collections ever". This 12 track compilation demonstrates Bahar has achieved that with aplomb, traversing through a colourful range of funk, soul, disco and boogie, with Frederic Mercier's "Spirit" a real gem.

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Tender Leaf (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: MIRAULP 02. Rel: 22 Nov 12
Deep House
  1. Hello
  2. Let Go
  3. Semantics
  4. The Mattress Excursions (feat The Drifter)
  5. Through The Night
  6. Tetra
  7. Wait
  8. Arbitrary Act
  9. Ebdus Rude
  10. Separate Spaces
  11. Poem
  12. Tender Leaf
Review: Under his Erdbeerschnitzel guise, producer Tim Kelling has consistently delivered excellent material that's notoriously hard to pigeonhole. Tender Leaf, his second full-lenghth, follows a similar pattern. His default setting seems to be bright but woozy electronica heavily laden with nu-disco synths and curious, off-beat deep house rhythms. There's plenty of that here, alongside more dancefloor-centric tracks that shift further towards loose deep house (see "Semantics") and skittering, bass-music inspired beatscapes that glisten with high-speed rhythmic intent. There's also a deliciously wonky house/nu-disco/R&B fusion ("Through The Night") that's almost worth the admission price on its own.
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Edits With Love (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: SCR 006. Rel: 19 Jan 13
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. By Design - "Stir It Together"
  2. Osmose - "Al Knows What's Up"
  3. Osmose - "Slomo Tattoo Dubbed"
Review: Cruising nice and easy into earshot on the Smokecloud imprint, byDesign and Osmose take a side each in chopping up some choice old classics with a tender touch to work in modern contexts. byDesign gets the whole A-side to roam over with a version of Diana King's cover of the Bob Marley classic, "Stir It Up", working on a 90s flavoured hip hop groove and dubby cuts of King's vocal. On the flip, Osmose is having a lot of fun working on Alexander O'Neal's "Fake", keeping the tough beat intact and instead letting the effects bring in the changes. While the origin of the last track on the 12" is undetectable at this point, "Slomo Tattoo Dubbed" comes on like a prime slice of Balearic goodness, packing easy horn blasts, funky guitar licks and a whole lot of filter action.
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Tuff Cut #001 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: TUFF 001. Rel: 07 Mar 13
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Bless The Rains
  2. My Body's On Fire
  3. Not In Love Anymore
Review: If you want hugs on the dancefloor deep into the night, Late Night Tough Guy's (formally DJ HMC) "Bless The Rains" is the perfect drug. The Adelaide based luminary rehashes Toto's "Africa" in a heavily pitched down and simple edit fit for any fromage-laced discotheque. Skirting around the throbbing bassline and triangle hits of "My Body On Fire" is a vocal that will have some train-spotters pulling their hair out in frustration, while "Not In Love Anymore" will have both Warren G/Nate Dogg and Michael McDonald fans bumping and grinding to excess.
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  1. Barry White - "Never,Never Gonna Give Ya Up" (M&M Keep On Doin' It mix) (12:04)
  2. Jean Carn - "Was That It Was" (M&M South Philly Groove mix) (12:29)
  3. Teddy Pendergrass - "If You Know Like I Know" (M&M Teddy Knows Best mix) (13:51)
  4. Sander Barber - "I Think I'll Do Some Stepping On My Own" (The M&M Stepping Out The Door mix) (9:21)
Review: John Morales and his M&M collaboration with Sergio Munzibai have helped pioneer the disco edit and dancefloor remix. The duo are known for adding touches of latin percussion to their extensions and Part-A of a two part retrospect sees Morales unveil some previously unreleased M&M material. The legendary melted chocolate vocals of "Never, Never Gonna Give Ya Up" by Barry White get a simple and irresistible "Keep On Doin' It" touch up, while M&M save only the best vocals by pop and jazz singer Jean Carne in their "South Philly Groove" mix to "Was That What Is". The sweaty dance heat of Teddy Pendergrass' "If You Know Like I Know" receives some added length and extra loops in the appropriately titled "Teddy Knows Best" mix, while cut and pasted (literally) drum loops give Sander Barber's "I Think I'll Do Some Stepping On My Own" some dancefloor momentum with the "Stepping Out The Door" mix.
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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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 in stock $18.95
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