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I Want To Thank You (remix) (12" reeditado) (1 per customer)
Cat: KON 004. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. I Want To Thank You (KON Shine Your Light remix) (7:54)
  2. I Want To Thank You (KON dub) (7:49)
Review: Having previously breathed new life into classic cuts from L.T.D, George Duke and Sylvester, Kon has now turned his attention to another all-time favourite: Alicia Myers' 1981 stunner "I Want To Thank You", a disco-era gospel-soul favourite that remains one of the era's most timeless club records. Working from the multi-track tapes, Kon teases out Myers' killer vocal - drenched in just the right amount of reverb and delay - atop a slightly stripped-back groove before giving it the full kitchen sink treatment. Just as good is the flipside Dub, which flits between beat-free sections and the track's killer groove in the manner of disco dubs from the early 1980s. The song itself may not have needed tampering with, but Kon's versions are genuinely superb.
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 in stock $13.03
Cat: MH 006. Rel: 10 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Just Off Wave (feat Seperated At Birth) (5:28)
  2. Open Mic Beat (5:36)
Review: A big driver behind Mood Hut's success over the last few years has been their willingness to encourage collaboration between their extended crew of producers. Their latest co-produced affair comes from long-serving crewmember C.Z Wang (best known for his People Plus release earlier this year) and Aquarian Foundation's Chad Thiessen AKA Neo Image. "Just Off Wave" is warm, woozy and bass-heavy, with drowsy chords, fizzing electro noises and trippy vocals (courtesy, we think, of guests Seperated At Birth) riding a hybrid analogue house/electro groove. That beat is cut-up, beefed-up and heavily enhanced on flipside "Open Mic Beat", which is a sweaty drum track - with, it should be said, occasional chords - that should appeal to aging B-boys and girls.
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Intérprete: Piers Harrison
 in stock $10.16
  1. Lenny Fontana, Tension - "A Place Called Heaven" (Joey Negro dub Groove) (6:58)
  2. Jay Denes, Ada Dyer - "You Make Me Whole" (Joey Negro Rhodes dub) (5:17)
  3. Julian Sanza - "To Love" (5:16)
  4. Frankie Knuckles, Satoshi Tomiie, Andrea Mendez - "Bring Me Love" (Eventual dub) (6:56)
Review: Some serious no-nonsense house grooves for all true-school DJs to cop, dug out from the annals of club music history. Things kick off good and proper with Joey Negro's insanely powerful "Dub Groove" mix of Lenny Fontana's "A Place Called Heaven". Negro's on the buttons once again with the classic, pumping "Rhodes Dub" of "You Make Me Whole" by Jay Denes and Ada Dyer. On the flip, Julian Sanza drops the squelchy boogie inflected "To Love" before the record ends on a serious bang with the dream team of Frankie Knuckles, Satoshi Tomiie and Andrea Mendez's "Bring Me Love (Eventual Dub)". This is as actual house as actual house can get - the real deal, crystalised in four evergreen gems pressed on one handy record.
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Don't Stop (Ray Mang Mix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FAR 040. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Don't Stop (Ray Mang Special extended mix) (9:21)
  2. Kano Line Dance (6:08)
  3. Don't Stop (5:39)
Review: The Andromeda Orchestra project was last seen on Faze Action last year, when "Get Up & Dance" got the remix treatment by Nick The Record. This time around the project gets a serious disco treatment from Ray Mang, who stretches "Don't Stop" out across the A side for a nine minute pleasure ride that's heavy on the funk. "Kano Line Dance" kicks off the B side in another loose and nasty party jam, before the original Philly string busting brilliance of "Don't Stop" completes the set in fabulous fashion.
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CS 017 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CS 017. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Timeless (6:22)
  2. Clutch (7:03)
  3. Correlation (6:35)
Review: After debuting his Pakzad moniker on Infiltrate last year, Justin Pak makes the leap to Burnski's Constant Sound with this assured set of electro workouts built for the modern age. "Timeless" is a snappy, vibrant cut with a serious amount of techno propulsion to match the crooked funk of the beats. "Clutch" has a more trippy, melodic twist, while "Correlation" hunkers down into a more backroom vibe as detailed as it is freaky. This is seriously executed electro from a fast-rising talent - nab a copy, drop it into a set and watch the bodies writhe.
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Intérprete: Burnski, Mr KS
 in stock $8.86
Cat: WEBMG 09LP. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Raw Silk - "Do It To The Music" (Dr Packer Multi track mix) (7:00)
  2. Barbara Mason - "Another Man" (Dr Packer rework) (5:46)
  3. Shirley Lites - "Heat You Up Melt You Down" (Dr Packer rework) (6:55)
Review: The latest contemporary mix-master to get his hands on the West End catalogue is Dr Packer, an Aussie re-editor-turned-producer whose recent outings on Glitterbox have made him an in-demand artist. He kicks things off by delivering a "multi-track" mix of Raw Silk boogie classic "Do It To The Music" that offers a superb mix of beefed-up synth-bass, echoing vocal snippets, stripped-down breakdowns and New York proto-house style production trickery. Over on side B he tightens up and funks up Barbara Mason's similarly synth-heavy electrofunk classic "Another Man" - a song about a woman losing her man to, you guessed it, another fella - before subtly tooling up and extending Shirley Lites' peerless "Heat You Up (Melt You Down)".
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  1. Lou Rawls - "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine" (Kenny Summit, Frankie Knuckles & Eric Kupper unreleased remix) (7:43)
  2. Kenny Summit, Frankie Knuckles & Eric Kupper - "Loving You" (feat Yasmeen) (6:50)
Review: Apparently made in tribute to the legendary Paradise Garage club some years ago, these two previously unreleased workouts are the work of Kenny Summit, Eric Kupper and the late, great Frankie Knuckles. Side A boasts the trio's near legendary (and previously unavailable) remix of Lou Rawls classic "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine". It's a wonderfully positive and life-affirming affair, with the three legendary producers wrapping echoing guitars, warming disco orchestration and Rawls' sublime lead vocal around a deliciously percussive Afro-house groove. The flip features another unseen and unheard gem from the vaults: a loose, groovy and positive soulful house wiggler featuring the seductive vocals of Yasmeen. Terrific stuff.
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  1. The Funk District - "An Evening With El Diablo" (6:31)
  2. Matt Hughes - "Get Down" (5:50)
  3. Cody Currie - "Aquarian Girl" (5:17)
  4. The Owl - "Funky Feelin" (4:12)
  5. ED Wizard & Disco Double Dee - "Slippin" (4:22)
Review: More good value goodness from the Editorial label, one of the few re-edit focused outfits that manage to retain a high level of consistency. The Funk District kicks things off with a fine re-arrangement of an organ and electric piano-focused chunk of sweaty dancefloor soul ("An Evening With El Diablo"), before Matt Hughes gets busy with some elastic slap bass on flash-fried disco-funk revision "Get Down". Elsewhere, Label regulars Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee dip the tempo on the slow and seductive "Slippin", the Owl stomps his way through the P-funk style heaviness of "Funky Feelin" and Cody Currie offers up a hazy sample-house cut rich in jazzy flourishes and warm electric piano chords.
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Alphaville EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CMD 006. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Halo City (8:26)
  2. Falling Framework (feat Eisentanz & Grant) (5:18)
  3. Akira 2171 (7:18)
  4. Ilipsyon (6:03)
Review: Originally prolific in the late 90s and back with a renewed sense of vigour in the past few years, Dan Piu's classic, widescreen vision of hardware techno captures the verve of the original Detroit blueprint while bringing a fresh, welcome energy to the genre. This drop on Common Dreams brims with the same head-swirling magic, especially on vividly rendered lead track "Halo City". "Falling Framework" has a more mellow veneer, but there's still so much playful detail bringing the track to life. "Akira 2171" has an old-skool sci fi quality balanced out by its linear sense of progression, and "Ilipsyon" takes things deeper into a wistful jack reminiscent of the spookiest Trax output.
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Heavy Hitter EP (limited marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: ADR 002. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Heavy Hitter (5:35)
  2. Medibass (6:06)
  3. Frequency Patterns (6:03)
  4. Darkmatter (6:35)
Review: Three years after the "Illahertz EP" on Shipwrec Records, Jason McCracken makes this great come back on his own Advanced Robotiks imprint with heavy rotation from DJStingray, Helena Hauf, and the underground global Electro scene.
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 in stock $13.29
Little Robot (transparent vinyl 12")
Cat: LENSKE 007. Rel: 11 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Helium (5:53)
  2. Man Over Machine (6:25)
  3. Little Robot (6:02)
  4. Storm (7:11)
Review: When it comes to offering up tough, mind-altering techno, few are quite as capable as Amelie Lens. Further proof arrives via the Belgian's second EP of the year, a four-track collection of dark and intense club cuts on regular home Lenske. Check first the thrusting weightiness of "Helium", where psychedelic lead lines rise above booming bass, trance-inducing drums and intoxicated late night electronics, before admiring the armour-plated stomp of "Man Over Machine", where Lens utters key words over another slamming rhythm track. Elsewhere, "Little Robot" is a mind-altering chunk of spiraling techno-trance, while "Storm" channels the raged intensity of Laurent Garnier's "Crispy Bacon" and re-imagines it for the 21st century.
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The Afro Soul EP (heavyweight vinyl 12'')
Cat: SMS 012. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Funky Zulu (De Gama Re-groove) (7:36)
  2. Black Jungle (7:02)
  3. Funky Zulu (5:38)
Review: Block rocking beats! Italian editor stallion Diego Lego Edit returns with another vinyl-only special. Following his star-gazing UFO edit series last month, here come two spicy jams on Samosa. "Funky Zulu" takes the lead with its vibrant sweeping Afrofunk horns and total wig-out guitar solo. Think "Tropical Paradise" but just a few milky ways deeper into the void and you're on the right street, then take it even deeper into the celestial hood for De-Gama's even livelier remix. Elsewhere "Black Jungle" will tease and please with a lolloping bassline that you'll recognise almost instantly. Premium party pleasure.
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Intérprete: FINGERMAN, Osmose, LEGO EDIT
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Cat: VR 007TM. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Sirko Muller - "Affinity" (5:56)
  2. Sirko Muller - "Affinity" (RV800 Bmax Hyperbole) (7:49)
  3. Jonno & Tommo - "Efficacy" (6:07)
  4. Jonno & Tommo - "Efficacy" (Havantepe Emax Potentiation) (6:24)
Review: The Verdant label continues to plumb depths others fail to reach in the search for the most immersive techno emanating from the underground. On this split disc, the A side is under the control of Sirko Muller, who unfurls a masterful take on dub techno and minimal house as subtle as it is sublime. RV800 then remixes "Affinity" and makes it into a bouncy, acid-flecked groover that remains true to Verdant's deep dynamics. Jonno & Tommo take on the flip with the sultry mood piece "Efficacy," a spooked-out trip of a track that gets flipped into a slippery electro number by Havantepe.
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Cat: NT 0003. Rel: 10 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Robots (6:02)
  2. NY77 (5:12)
  3. Imperator (4:17)
  4. Cocteau (5:09)
  5. USSR (5:28)
  6. Camp & Cosmic (4:28)
Review: Pow! The immense high voltage Italo slaps of "Robots", the euphoric arpeggios of "Imperator", the savage punk funk of "NY77" the clownish swoons of "Cocteau", the fantastical narrative and massive 80s chimes of "USSR" and the blossoming psychedelic bass slaps and tickles of "Camp & Cosmic"... Say no to six fresh edits from Norwegian cosmic disco originator Rune Lindbaek? Are you tripping? Of course you're not. That would be illegal. So is sleeping on this long-awaited third volume to Rune's "Norsk Tripping" series. Happy travels.
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Intérprete: Jac The Disco
 in stock $10.16
Cat: HHAGAIN 003. Rel: 10 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Hell's Club (5:31)
  2. D+ (7:11)
  3. JMRB (4:32)
  4. Breakers In Space (DSC edit) (6:20)
Review: Desert Sound Colony continues to dig deeper in the history of tech house on his Holding Hands imprint. Here he reissues a golden oldie courtesy of Mauricio Fernando Bischain aka DJ Mau Mau. Said to be one of the pioneers of electronic music in Brazil, he remains a respected figure to this day and his releases on the respected Tropic Records imprint are considered seminal. Originally released back in 1996, "Hell's Club EP" refers to the very institution where he was a resident. The title track is a bouncy and functional groove attack, with acid inflections that encapsulates the sound of the mid '90s. This is followed by the banging Detroit-influenced hi-tech funk of "JMRB" before Desert Sound Colony's rounds things up with his own contorted rework of "Breakers In Space".
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Intérprete: DJ Mau Mau
 in stock $11.99
Cat: SALSBMG 21LP. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Skyy - "Here's To You" (Moplen Boogie Down mix) (8:37)
  2. Skyy - "Here's To You" (Moplen Boogie Down dub) (7:53)
  3. The Salsoul Orchestra - "Ohh I Love It (Love Break)" (Moplen remix) (7:44)
Review: Plenty of the old classics can benefit from a little modern touch up, and that's the story on this latest offering from Salsoul, who once again open their vaults. Italian maestro Moplen is given free rein and turns his hand to Skyy - "Here's To You", firstly with a boogie driven rework that is all about an irresistibly knotted bassline. The dub version places even more focus on it, and on the flip The Salsoul Orchestra - "Ohh I Love It (Love Break)" gets teased out to perfection. The classic vocal is left in place while the sensuous bass, gliding hits and rousing strings will make their way deep into your affections.
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Intérprete: Moplen, BRENDON P, LEGO EDIT
 in stock $10.94
Nar (12")
Cat: LBF 007. Rel: 10 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Nar (5:44)
  2. Nar (Autarkik remix) (6:05)
  3. Nar (Inigo Vontier remix) (6:37)
Review: Fire in the hole! Quite literally; "Nar" is Arabic for fire and it's been one of the hottest dubs in the Lipsky brothers' Simple Symmetry sets for quite some time. Jaunty, free-footed, laced with an intoxicating eastern riff and a springy 80s bassline, it has hips slinking from 0-60 in less than seconds. So do the remixes: Autarkik gives it an "Age Of Love" style trancey slither while Inigo Vontier reboosts the percussive element for a much heavier hypnotic experience. Feeling fired up yet?
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Intérprete: Jac The Disco, Lipelis
 in stock $10.94
Hiragana (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SEEING 003. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Acid Drip (8:14)
  2. Hiragana (7:42)
  3. Apachi (7:25)
Review: Swiss producer Alci, also known as Shaolin Fantastic, landed with lauded releases on Robsoul before skipping to other labels like Apollonia and Meander. Following last year's excellent "Diversity" double pack, he lands on his own label Seeingsounds with this pitch perfect slice of dreamy minimal house. "Acid Drip" may be a misleading title - it's more of an unending groove draped in gorgeous, shimmering melodic finery. "Hiragana" takes things in a more twitchy direction, while "Apachi" brings another slant on reduced, oddball funk to get the up all night crowd loose and freaky in all the right ways.
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Cat: OMSD 008. Rel: 10 Sep 19
International
  1. Tudo Faz Sentido (3:38)
  2. Tudo Faz Sentido (Suba extended remix) (7:27)
Review: The fourth volume in Selva Discos superb "Brasingles" series of overlooked Brazilian obscurities is another must-check treat. "Tudo Faz Santido" was originally tucked away on former Gang 90 member Taciana Barros' sole solo album, 1995's "Janela Dos Sonhos". It's a wonderfully chunky slab of rolling, mid-90s breakbeat-pop rich in beefy bass, new wave style guitars and twinkling electronic flourishes. The track's inherent heaviness is even more evident on the flip, where there's what appears to be a never-before-released extended mix by original producer Mitar Subotic (better known in electronic music circles as Suba and Rex Illusivii). The sadly departed Serbian's DJ-friendly take wisely prioritizes the groove, adding even more acid-style sounds for enhanced dancefloor pleasure.
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Intérprete: Manu•Archeo
 in stock $11.21
Cat: SAT 044. Rel: 11 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Nothing Makes Me Feel (Good Anymore) (5:40)
  2. Street Emotion (6:12)
  3. Get Something (3:58)
  4. The Right Way (5:42)
  5. Hustle (4:45)
  6. Golden Chains (5:47)
Review: Emmy Award-winning composer Jordan Lieb has previously proved to be a masterful maker of crackly, atmospheric deep house. We shouldn't be that surprised, then, that his latest mini-album for Scissor And Thread - the rather depressingly titled "Nothing Makes Me Feel (Good Anymore)" - is full of the stuff. The undoubted highlight for us is the poignant and melancholic title track, though for club plays you seriously can't beat the sub-heavy, R&B-sampling shuffle of the cut that follows it, "Street Emotion". You'll find more chopped-and-screwed vocal samples on the deep and chunky "Get Something", while "The Right Way" is a near perfect fusion of loved-up deep house musicality and laid back electro grooves. The New Jersey garage influenced "Hustle" and Dream 2 Science-esque "Golden Chains" are also superb.
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Irreell (hand-numbered white vinyl 12" in spray-painted sleeve limited to 200 copies (comes in different coloured sleeve we cannot guarantee which one you will receive))
Cat: KIMOCHI 39. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Fure (7:16)
  2. Tall (8:52)
  3. Heden (4:14)
  4. Elljus (5:25)
  5. Inland (5:51)
Review: There's much to enjoy about the output of the Kimochi label, not least the bespoke, spray-painted sleeves and their habit of releasing only the deepest, most hypnotic electronic music. Their latest must-have release is another super-limited affair that drifts lazily between ultra-deep cuts shot through with dub-wise rhythms, atmospheric shoegaze motifs, echoing ambient chords and beats straight out of the early '90s ambient techno playbook. It's utterly gorgeous and deliciously hazy, with slow-burn melodies and undulating electronics slowly rising above reverb-laden chords, warm basslines and occasionally skittish rhythms. There's something particularly special about the locked-in drums and hypnotic bassline of "Elljus", but the ambient soundscapes "Heden" and "Inland" are also superb.
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Never Mind (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: BANDULU 012. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Deep Dubstep
  1. Never Mind (4:19)
  2. Short Stay (4:13)
Review: Bandulu strike again! This time with fellow kindred system spirit Bengal Sound. Two more totally disarming, otherworldly experiments, if you've just returned from Outlook then you'll already know what damage these are causing. "Never Mind" warms up with graveyard stroll before opening up into a strange shimmering organ riff that doesn't quite sound as if it's made on this planet. "Short Stay" meanwhile twists up the percussion and drum arrangements, making them almost breathe with trippy toxicity and a wooziness you just can't find in any other style of music. One of a kind and already teased out a few months ago. This new batch won't last long.
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 in stock $10.41
  1. Mark De Clive Lowe - "Wondering Who" (Nautz L8 Nite edit) (6:56)
  2. Motomitsu - "La Musique" (6:23)
  3. Brandon Williams - "Twenty-One" (feat Jon Dixon & De'Sean Jones) (5:17)
  4. Loftsoul X Soul-T - "Sol Origin" (feat Andy Compton) (7:02)
Review: Detroit's MotorCity Wine has established itself as the go0to space for all of the soulful, broken beat, and deep sounds on the house music spectrum. For their 4th 12" they tap in a cast of locals and friends from across the globe for this 4 track EP. Mark de Clive0Lowe kicks things off with "Wondering Who", a bassline0driven broken0beat inspired electronic funk workout, before Motomitsu goes Marianas Trench deep with "La Musique". On the flip Brandon Williams, Jon Dixon, & De'Sean Jones deliver "Twenty0One", a sublime piece of hi0tech jazz for the soulful heads. Loftsoul & Soul0T round out the EP with "Sol Origin", a sub0heavy Shelter0esque track featuring Andy Compton on electric guitar.
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Phantonym EP (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: ONEF 020. Rel: 10 Sep 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Trinity (4:32)
  2. Phantonym (4:08)
  3. SWRV (4:54)
  4. Vibrations (5:06)
Review: Sometimes the road gets too rough. Sometimes you just have to annihilate a punching bag due to the high levels of gully coming into your ears. Whatever you do when things get too stinky, however you deal with the body-blowing pressure of absolutely foul tracks, we know you're going to do it to this new EP from Perez who is on such a roll right now it's crazy. Following his dubstep EP "Last Rites" comes this awesome back-to-dnb-grit session. Opener "Trinity" is just utter high voltage darkness, "Phantonym" takes things even deeper with some proper gruesome bass bubbles while "SWRV" takes us back to Alix's soulful side and "Vibrations" plays the perfect game of contrasts and shade. What an EP.
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 in stock $12.77
Belpaese 06 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BELP 006. Rel: 11 Sep 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Vieni Con Me (8:05)
  2. 20 Secoli Di Favole (7:36)
Review: The sneaky scalpel fiends behind the Belpaese Edits imprint are back with more inspired reworks of obscure, little known and overlooked European - and mostly Italian - gems from the 1970s and '80s. First up is "Vieni Con Mi", a wonderfully overblown chunk of loose-limbed jazz-rock/disco-soul fusion blessed with breathy female vocals, mazy flutes, wah-wah guitars, heavy bass and drumming so wild it may well be capable of raising cadavers from their graves. Flipside "20 Secoli Di Favole" is similarly minded, if a little closer to Baldelli "cosmic rock" territory - all ragged rock riffs, manic female vocals, groovy bass and intergalactic analogue synthesizer lines.
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Butterfly Arcane (12" + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: LM 067. Rel: 10 Sep 19
Techno
  1. I'm Your Huckleberry (6:51)
  2. This'll Tell The Tale (6:49)
  3. Did You Know I Cannot Die (5:39)
  4. The Party We Could Have (7:09)
Review: Four months on from the release of his debut album, "Blue Spring", Berlin-based Canadian Nathan Micay returns to LuckyMe with a formidably floor-focused EP. While there's one sublime ambient excursion - the "Blade Runner" synthesizer movements and bubbling acid lines of "Did U Know I Cannot Die" - the rest of the EP is rugged, raw and club-ready. "The Party We Could Have" is a house-tempo stomper with quietly jacking drums, echoing riffs and foreboding electronic arpeggio lines, while "This'll Tell The Tale" is a throbbing space disco/Italo-disco box jam. Arguably best of all, though, is the Jeff Mills/Robert Hood style thump of mind-altering opener "I'm Your Huckleberry".
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 in stock $12.50
Paraworld (reissue) (12" reeditado)
Cat: TMPLRE 01. Rel: 10 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Paraworld (8:28)
  2. Aletheia (7:23)
  3. Dreams Of Jupiter (2:03)
  4. Blue Smoke (6:23)
Review: These days we're accustomed to producers serving up deep, dreamy and life-affirming fusions of breakbeat, deep house and ambient techno. This wasn't so much the case when Ex-Terrestrial released his debut EP, "Paraworld" in 2016. As this surprise reissue proves, it remains one of the best EPs of its kind. There's much to admire throughout, from title track's bongo-laden, new age deep house warmth, to the seductive ambient bliss of "Dreams of Jupiter", which still reminds us of 2015's Slow Riffs 12" on Mood Hut. Arguably best of all, though, is "Blue Smoke", a brilliant fusion of pitched-down rave breakbeats and comforting, Pete Namlook style ambient chords.
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Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan, Vincent Inc
 in stock $9.12
ENDZ 030 (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 030. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Vibration (7:11)
  2. Foundation (7:07)
  3. Nation (7:03)
Review: German minimal/tech house veteran Christian Burkhardt makes a worthy addition to East End Dubs' ever reliable Eastenderz stable with this absolute thrasher of an EP. Although a native of Heidelberg, Burkhardt was associated with the "Mannheim Sound" over a decade ago, but has since carved out his own distinct style on tastemaker imprints like Oslo, raum...musik and Cocoon, in addition to his own Christian Burkhardt Sessions. He is in impressive form on ENDZ 030, which features the moody tough rolling main room banger "Vibration" on the A side, followed by the meditative tribal trance of afterhours cut "Foundation" as well as the bleepy minimal funk of closer "Nation" which harks back to his output in the late 00s.
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LAHA 01 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LAHA 01. Rel: 09 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Eitt (9:37)
  2. Tvo (5:53)
  3. Thrju (9:21)
  4. Fjogur (5:50)
Review: Icelandic label Lahar debuts with this highly impressive release from NonniMal, who was previously spotted dropping the classy "Freyja" 12" on AE Recordings back in 2016. Sound design is the order of the day on "Eitt" as a beautifully rendered set of percussive bell notes chime around a minimal rhythm section - a piece pointedly geared towards transcendence. "Tvo" has an intriguing slant to its groove, as the sharply oscillating synth wobble juts out against the grain of the drums. "Thrju" takes things in a bleak but captivating direction, while "Fjogur" cools the record down in a cloud of blissful, frostbitten ambience.
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Cat: SHL 1078. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Native Culture (6:05)
  2. Eggun (7:22)
Review: Trinidadian Deep is a master of long, winding, enchanting house grooves that are deep but also spiritual and laced with afro percussion. Shelter acquires his latest two efforts and the glorious "Native Culture" opens things in subtly uplifting fashion. Trilling organ chords rise through the mix to give life to the jumbled drums and sustained pads in the background which keep things deep and ensure maximum hypnosis. "Eggun" has a more bubbling sense of rhythm, with vocal coos and surging chords peppering the track and bringing motion. Powerful stuff.
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Intérprete: LEGO EDIT
 in stock $10.16
WOLFEP 053 (12")
Cat: WOLFEP 053. Rel: 11 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Velved Groove (4:33)
  2. Special Shout Out (4:08)
  3. Doggo Content (feat Hulkhodn) (2:29)
  4. Where's The Wine (3:02)
  5. One4fries (5:11)
Review: Hodini is back on the ever reliable Wolf Music for his second EP. The Cologne-based DJ also moonlights as one of Germany's leading underground hip hop producers under the alias HulkHodn, therefore he brings elements from this background into this unique five tracker. In "WOLFEP 053", he dusts off long forgotten cuts, all sampled with that MPC chopped graininess and blending lo-fi vocal sound bites with deft jazz loops to give a distinct, textured edge to his work. From the dusty late night deepness of "Velved Groove", to the slo-mo Moodymann vibes of "Special Shout Out" and the lo-slung, jazzy kinda somethin' that is "Where's The Wine", Hodini delivers smokey deep house music with an undeniably urban flavour.
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Cat: ST 014X. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Arrival (remix) (4:53)
  2. Amma (Moon mix) (5:17)
Review: Young Marco's admirable Safe Trip label continues to explore the archives of Antwerp-based Van Elsen brothers, offering up more early '90s gems from their wonderful - and previously under-appreciated - ambient techno project Trans-4M. Both tracks here are alternative versions of cuts from the duo's brilliant "Sublunar Oracles" album. On the A-side you'll find a previously unreleased remix of "Arrival" that wraps jaunty, sunrise-ready synth stabs, psychedelic electronics and chiming lead lines around a chunky, floor-friendly groove and thickset bassline. It's superb, as is flipside "Amma (Moon Mix)" - a 1993 12" B-side that adds a little humid, dancing-all-night-under-a-blanket-of-stars vibe to an already impressive ambient techno classic (think boisterous beats, starry ambient motifs, dreamy chords and subtle tribal influences).
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Alopex (12")
Cat: FAN 010. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Alopex (5:28)
  2. CN2 (4:20)
  3. GeneRec (4:25)
  4. Wake-Sleep (4:39)
  5. HEXQ (4:43)
Review: Spain's Fanzine hits double figures by welcoming Nullptr (the alter ego of British artist Eddie Symons) for some heat that has made him a cult favourite over the last decade. The man behind Cambridge electro night Motherchip Connexion and his own [d]-tached label invites you to strap in and surge through the skies with him on a pulsating journey that finds him tease real funk out of his machines. From sombre and stripped back cuts of lonely electro to masterfully melodic affairs via devastatingly emotional groovers, this EP does it all in fantastic fashion.
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Cat: RDC 003. Rel: 11 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Bongo Boulevard (7:24)
  2. Bongo Boulevard (Jimpster remix) (7:10)
  3. Dyfal Donc (5:24)
  4. Dyfal Donc (Tech Support remix) (4:51)
Review: Let's get one thing straight: Ravanelli Disco Club is exquisitely named. The output has proven just as tasty, too, and with Eben Rees at the buttons of this latest EP, you'll want to tuck in once more. He serves up a brace of breezy disco house tunes: opener "Bongo Boulevard" is a funk licked and perfectly carefree sort of tune you'd drop at sundown to hint at the fun to come, while "Dyfal Donc" gets more upbeat with an eco system of cosmic leads and pads dancing above well swung drums. Freerange man Jimpster provides a remix laden with wet claps and funk riffs, and Tech Support's rugged disco arps will make any floor take flight.
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Psy Galaxy (12")
Cat: BS 04. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Steve Marie - "JuplVtrax" (5:29)
  2. Steve Marie - "Psychedelia" (5:14)
  3. Astral Body - "Galaxy Beat" (7:36)
  4. Astral Body - "Equinox" (remix live) (5:46)
Review: Pure, infectious, filthy, brilliant club energy. Steve Marie takes the a-side by the horns, first with the ravey, jacked up acid cut "JuplVtrax", then the nimble drum work and ducking and diving synths of "Psychedelia", which brings to mind flickering old VHS of illicit field gatherings from the nineties. Astral Body then takes you even deeper down the rabbit hole with the manic 303 and hyperdrive drums of "Galaxy Beat". "Equinox" closes things out with surging solar waves, rippling acid modulations and kaleidoscopic colours that leave you breathless. Reach for the lasers, etc.
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Cat: BLIQ 19. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Volatile Radiance (8:41)
  2. Cosmic Vibrations (7:57)
  3. What You Want (Silicon Scally remix) (7:09)
  4. What You Want (6:46)
Review: Aphelion is a Greek producer who is part of the Equations Collective, and here he offers up his first ever release. Clearly well schooled in production, the atmospheres of his tracks belie his debutant status as he kicks off with the mutant bass and pounding kicks of "Volatile Radiance". More warped bass characterises the sparse and eerie "Cosmic Vibrations" before Silicon Scally aka Carl Finlow heads off in a more menacing direction on his remix of "What You Want". The original is a more haunting and paranoid affair that has you looking over your shoulder.
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3024 FYE4 (12")
Cat: 3024 FYE4. Rel: 12 Sep 19
Bass
  1. Martyn - "Frozen Bread Snaps" (5:15)
  2. Sin, Gremlinz & Jesta - "Door Of Guf" (5:45)
  3. Noire - "Ballas" (4:00)
  4. Parris - "Dusty Glass Bubbles" (5:26)
Review: This new one on Martyn's 3024 might be a various artists affair but the tracks sit rather well together, which is even more remarkable given the diverse backgrounds of those involved: Noire with his super hard drums, Metalheadz affiliates Gremlinz & Jesta who link here with Sin, and Parris who makes some truly bonkers club music. Martyn's own "Frozen Bread Snaps" is the opener that most impresses with its delicate and skeletal drum programming and heartfelt chords. Elsewhere, "Door Of Guf" is a high octane rough rider while "Ballas" is perfectly off kilter and funky. "Dusty Glass Bubbles" somehow sounds exactly like it should with that title.
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NFRV 001 (Werkshy remix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NFRV 001. Rel: 29 Jul 19
Deep House
  1. I Need Ya (6:50)
  2. Something Made Me (Werkshy remix) (5:58)
  3. Senor Blues (7:02)
Review: The first vinyl offering on any label needs to be something pretty special, and evidently No Fuss Records haven't forgotten that golden rule of releasing. Who better to draft than Saison, a duo with an established reputation for soulful, groove-fulled deep house that's guaranteed to make an impression on the floor? Probably nobody, hence the decision. 'I Need Ya' is a classic vocal workout, brass stabs and looped, filtered lyrics clearly positioning the track as a good times anthem. There's more than a little chug underpinning the Werkshy remix of 'Something Made Me', which stomps its way into a male chorus that should thrust fists skywards. 'Senor Blues' is more of a journey in comparison to its siblings, gradually unveiling its pianos and opening the arrangement up as the track expands from understated beginnings to room-filling proportions.




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(Vi Vi) Vicious Games (exclusive 12")
Cat: PDON 009. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Techno
  1. (Vi Vi) Vicious Games (album edit) (7:22)
  2. (Vi Vi) Vicious Games (Drums dub) (5:11)
  3. (Vi Vi) Vicious Games (dub) (7:58)
Review: Given that acid revivalists Paranoid London have yet to put a foot wrong, it's no surprise to find that "(Vi-Vi) Vicious Games" is another absolute belter. It's taken from the duo's forthcoming album and features sometime Posthuman collaborator Josh Caffe channeling his inner Robert Owens and Jamie Principle over a retro-futurist backing track. In its full length, the track brilliantly combines Paranoid London's jacking drums and thrusting acid bass with dreamy chords and just the right amount of glassy-eyed melodic flourishes. It sounds like a classic TRAX release given the Paranoid London treatment, which I'm sure we all agree is a very good thing indeed. If you're in the mood for something even sleazier and more driving, the Bam Bam-inspired Dub has it covered.
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Intérprete: PBR Streetgang, S-File
 in stock $7.29
Spectral Animation (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HB 015. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Spectral (9:03)
  2. Owl Farm (7:16)
  3. Animation (7:31)
Review: We were really impressed by "Invisibility Theory", the Sushitech released debut album from Christi Cons and Vlad Caia's Sideways Invisibility Theory project. This speedy follow-up for Half Baked Records (under the truncated SIT pseudonym) is rather good, too. Check first A-side "Spectral", a typically epic excursion where warm ambient chords, deep space electronics and glistening electric guitar motifs bob and weave around a chunky analogue bassline and locked-in tech-house drums. B-side opener "Owl Farm" is notably wonkier and weirder, with druggy drums, mind-altering electronics and the trademark glitch-laden shuffle we've come to expect from Romanian electronic music. That vibe is explored further on twisted closing cut "Animation", a particularly alien example of skewed tech-house funk.
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Love Inna Basement (hand-stamped 12" + insert + MP3 download code) (1 per customer)
Cat: NE 001GH. Rel: 24 Jul 19
UK Hardcore
  1. Love Inna Basement (Midnite Xtc) (8:32)
  2. Love Inna Basement (Morning dub) (5:54)
Review: A throwback to early '90s hardcore rave here, courtesy of tight knit UK producers Objekt and Call Super. Running with the story of the mythical DJ Bogdan: legend and resident DJ of Berlin's fictitious Q Bar in the city's Schoeneberg district - which ran from the early 90s until its closure in 2012. "Love Inna Basement" is presented here in its two original versions: the Morning Dub which is cited by Objekt as the inspiration behind his 2016 tribute "Theme From Q", and 'Midnite XTC', hailed by Call Super as 'the track I've taken the most garys to in my entire life'.
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Cult Hero (Do You Wanna Touch Me) (Juno exclusive 12")
Cat: PDON 010. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Techno
  1. Cult Hero (Do You Wanna Touch Me) (album edit) (6:45)
  2. Cult Hero (Do You Wanna Touch Me) (club mix) (5:47)
  3. Cult Hero (Do You Wanna Touch Me) (Slow) (7:29)
Review: House and techno badboys Paranoid London are proceeding the release of their second album with a bunch of singles from it. First up is "Cult Hero" featuring Simon Topping - one of many guest vocalists on the full length. It's a bristling acid house cut with tight, corrugated drums and relentless 303 mania ripping up the groove. Topping's deadpan vocals are layered over the top and bring to mind the more anthemic work of Depeche Mode. "Club Mix" is even more caustic and kinetic, while closer "Slow Mix" strips back everything but for the lunching drums and demonic vocals of Topping.
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COEO Edits (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: RNT 047. Rel: 01 May 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Express Lane (6:35)
  2. Libyan Sun (5:20)
  3. Don't Oho (6:11)
  4. Move Your Body (6:26)
Review: Since 2012, Munich duo COEO has served up a swathe of sample heavy, disco influenced house EPs for such labels as Let's Play House, Toy Tonics, Lagaffe Tales and Razor-N-Tape Reserve. Here they pop up on Razor-N-Tape's main edit label with something different: a quartet of traditional scalpel works from their personal stash. First up is the elastic, horn heavy disco-funk of "Express Lane", which is quickly followed by the skewed Arabic boogie-funk brilliance of "Libyan Sun". Over on side B, "Don't Oho" is a breezy revision of a sun-kissed Afro-disco workout that sounds like it would be capable of causing a commotion in the club, while "Move Your Body" makes merry with a warm, rich and intoxicating early '80s boogie-soul jam of unknown origin.
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Cat: BLR 015. Rel: 28 Aug 19
Deep House
  1. Adjust Your Love (6:04)
  2. Easy Love Dub (6:22)
  3. Horizons (5:05)
Review: We can confirm that Adam "Admin" Wickens is not only a hugely talented DJ and producer, but also a thoroughly nice chap. Here he makes his bow on Better Listen with a three-tracker packed to the rafters with warmth, soul and groove. Check first A-side "Adjust Your Love", a sample-fired workout that effortlessly joins the dots between disco, deep house and star-kissed jazz-funk, before turning your attention to the chopped-and-screwed samples, toasty sub-bass, languid beats and echoing piano snippets of "Easy Love Dub". The Bristol-based producer rounds things off in fine style via "Horizons", a slightly bouncier house cut that makes great use of some bluesy piano samples and another stoned, glassy-eyed bassline.
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DTTM (12")
Cat: REVREC 006. Rel: 07 Aug 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. DTTM (6:50)
  2. PSHMRN (8:08)
Review: Armed with a hard drive full of multi-track parts to a wide array of disco, rock, boogie and pop classics, the Reflex has spent the last decade offering up unique "Revisions" that often differ greatly to their source material despite using the same basic instrumental and vocal tracks. He's at it again here, offering up sneaky revisions of two dancefloor soul classics. On the A-side he handles "Dance To The Music", frequently stripping the track back to little more than a stomping groove, delay-laden vocals and wild organ lines. On the flip he turns his attention to "Pusherman", gently beefing up the groove while showcasing the attractive sweetness of the original track's fluid horn parts and bulging bassline.
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Cat: DE 256. Rel: 06 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Au Velodrome 141 (5:17)
  2. Glasfabrik (4:41)
  3. Capataz (2:51)
Review: Dark Entries has been at the forefront of the coldwave and synth revival that has slowly taken hold over the last decade. Next up they turn their attention to a reissue of an out of print EP from 1988 by Jordi Guber and Krishna Goineau as Velodrome. Villalobos has been known to drop cuts from it, which should give you a good idea of its musical style: freaky 80s electro built on steppy drums, with taut and twanging synths reverberating around the mix, as exemplified by the opener. "Glasfabrik" is a hyper-speed cut with a tongue in cheek vocal, while "Capataz" is the most well-known joint with its acid bass and crashing hits.
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Intérprete: Dmitry Distant
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The Director's Cut Chapter 4 (180 gram audiophile vinyl 12")
Cat: AX 082DC. Rel: 22 Aug 19
Techno
  1. Deadly Rays (Of A Hot White Sun) (5:00)
  2. Deadly Rays (Jeff Mills Commentary) (0:56)
  3. Gateway Of Zen (Percussion mix) (5:51)
  4. Gateway Of Zen (Jeff Mills Commentary) (1:12)
  5. 999 (5:02)
  6. 999 (Jeff Mills Commentary) (1:16)
  7. The Industry Of Dreams (4:35)
  8. The Industry Of Dreams (Jeff Mills Commentary) (1:52)
Review: For those new to Jeff Mills' vast - and largely incredible - back catalogue, the Director's Cut series should be essential. Like its predecessors, this fourth volume gathers together various versions of killer cuts previously produced and released by the Motor City legend over the past two decades. Highlights include deep space techno workout "Deadly Rays (Of A Hot White Sun)", the densely layered African percussion, low slung bass and echoing organ stabs of "Gateway Of Zen (Percussion Mix)", the bleep-heavy electro/techno fusion of sweaty workout "999" and the alien-sounding, minor-key hypnotism of "The Industry Of Dreams". Each track is accompanied by a separate "audio commentary" from the man himself, which is ideal for those who love to hear artists talking about their work.
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Intérprete: S-File, MUSAR Recordings
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Cat: POEM 011. Rel: 02 Sep 19
Deep House
  1. Never Give Up (7:35)
  2. Seen At Night (5:23)
  3. Forever Alone (5:26)
  4. Rooftop (7:01)
Review: The peeps behind the People Of Earth label claim that Rick Wade is on top form on their latest release. While that's undoubtedly true, the Detroiter has incredibly high standards and rarely puts out anything mediocre. The four tracks here are all deliciously deep and fluid, with the Fender Rhodes solos, meandering organ lines, warm bass and chunky beats of "Never Give Up" delivering just the right blend of instrumental goodness and dancefloor-ready weightiness. "Seen At Night" is an even deeper and hazier treat, while "Forever Alone" sees Wade wrap bongo-laden beats and eyes-closed electric piano chords around a ludicrously warm and heavy bassline. Solo-laden closing cut "Rooftop" is also superb - a proper sundown selection of the highest calibre.
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Intérprete: Vincent Inc, Kisk
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Emotion EP (12")
Cat: CLUBSWE 007V. Rel: 21 Aug 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Emotion (6:09)
  2. Up & Down (feat Lorenz Rhode) (6:53)
Review: German DJ/producer and Dimitri From Paris doppleganger Purple Disco Machine has been on a fine run of form of late, offering up a fine mix album on Glitterbox and a swathe of peak-time-ready singles. His latest workout is another all-action anthem that should delight both disco and house fans. "Emotion" sees him place re-sung vocals from a well-loved disco classic atop a bustling disco-house bed of Giorgio Moroder style arpeggio bass, Nile Rodgers-esque guitars and Italo Disco-aping synthesizer motifs. Over on the flip he joins forces with pal Lorenz Rhode to offer up a P-funk flavoured boogie-house onslaught rich in throbbing synthesizers and tasty talk box vocals.
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Intérprete: Osmose
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Rafael Cancian Edits (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: RNT 049. Rel: 21 Aug 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. C'est La Douceur (5:15)
  2. Fascino Di Milano (5:09)
  3. Fragil (4:42)
  4. Besos Libres (5:20)
Review: After building a reputation via a swathe of rock solid, digital-only EPs on About Disco (an imprint he founded in 2015), Rafael Cancian has finally been given a chance to showcase his wares on wax. There are lots of top-notch edits to enjoy on the Brazilian producer's first Razor-N-Tape outing, from the sax-powered, solo smothered disco-funk cheeriness of "C'est La Douceur", to the low-slung South American disco grunt of "Fragil" and the jazz-funk tinged carnival goodness of superb closing cut "Besos Libres". There's no needless production trickery or shamelessly beefed up house beats, just perfectly DJ-friendly rearrangements of obscure, little-known gems.
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