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Disco don and edit king Kon is a real favourite here at Juno HQ. Here he assumes his King of Nothing alias for a super limited white label 12". 'Alright' is the gorgeously upbeat a-side tune with its funky bass riffs, hip swinging claps and big horns. It's an authentic slice of dance floor disco joy that is backed with 'Stars.' This one has a more playful side to it, with falsetto female vocals and chugging drums, swirling synths that bring the cosmic vibes and a uniquely characterful sense of charm.
Here's something special from the rapidly swelling Adeen label. Always bringing something a little different to the house and disco edit game, this time they've reached out to the legendary Chez Damier to team up with label boss Camille and Italian producer Nico Lahs in assembling a compilation of on point edits that will have any keen digger in a frenzy. Across two slabs of wax we get respectfully touched up versions spanning a range of styles. There's powerful singalong soul stirrers like Janice McClain's 'Giving My Love', nasty low down groovers like Love Cild's Afro Cuban Blues Band's 'SpanDisco', and lots more besides. If you need some deep cover heaters with girth in all the right places, look no further.
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Sangre Voss makes a welcome return to vinyl here with six superbly inventive deep house cuts on the A-Z label. His sound sources are different from most and make for unique moods within a familiar house framework. 'Guido' is a deep cut and churning rhythm with smeared cosmic pads, while 'Mendl15' operates in a big hall of reflective melodic mirrors as kicking breakbeats do their thing below. 'ATC Penguin' then cleanses the brain with brilliant harmonic lines and popping hits raining down over a UK funk tinged beat. The flip has spaced out electro to get lost in amongst other delights.
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Peven Everett - Burning Hot
12"
$13.45
Even Everett is one of house music's most vital singing voices and has got an arsenal of tunes in his catalogue. This time out he lands on Groovin with 'Burning Hot' which has been a big hit in the clubs since 2010. It's one of his biggest tunes and a bonafide house classic with noodling funk bass, soul train grooves and his own soaring vocals the icing on the cake. Flip this one over and you will find an unreleased demo taken from the original song recording. It's more jazzy and, for our money, that bit better for it.
Felipe Gordon - Keepin' It Jazz EP
12"
$11.45
Felipe Gordon is a core part of the Shall Not Fade label and he brings some super sweet jazz vibes to this crucial new 12". 'Analog Only' is pure Detroit soul, with bumping kicks and skyward synths that bring the cosmic rays. Showing his range, 'Continuous Develop' is a more leggy and funk-fuelled cut with more great chord work and 'Keepin' It Jazz' puts the mad keys front and centre, with lively hits and kicks underscoring the good-time vibes. Things slip back into a deeper groove akin to the work of Alton Miller on 'Looking Your Reflection In The Water' while 'What You Say?' closes on warm, romantic vocal house. Excellent EP.
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If you didn't already know, Kerrie is a name to keep an eye on. She is a Manchester talent bring plenty of freshness to techno on her own label Cultivated Electronic, and is a well known face in the city's cult Eastern Bloc. She has also picked up praise from various media outlets and played notable gigs at Freerotation and The Warehouse Project. She pulls no punches here with 'Respect To The Drex' lacing a driving tech tune with Drexcyian electro. 'Return To Nazca' is an intergalactic techno assault with warped bass and scintillating melodies and theer is no let up on the crunchy, breaks-driven 'TT Drone.' Last but not least is the hurried drum funk of 'We Continue', making this another standout EP.
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Jex Opolis - Net Loss
12"
$14.88
Canadian musician Jex Opolis has rebased almost exclusively on Good Timin' over the last decade. There have been three albums and countless singles of dazzling electronic disco dust and here comes another firing five tracks of the stuff. There is retro charm to the sci-fi pads of 'Listen To The Band' that make it immediately lovable. 'Net Worth' is heartbroken, r&b tinged lo-fi disco boogie, but you can't wallow for long as 'What Am I Gonna Dub?' once again takes off to the stars of see arps and squelchy bass. Add in the two final cuts which go slow and deep and more acidic and prickly and you have another brilliantly cosmic EP.
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Dj Crisps - Music Is My Life
12"
$14.03
Breaks N Pieces deal in only the most hardcore beats and breaks and now they ask us all to grab a big old bag of DJ Crisps. He is a man in form right now with a red hot EP on Time Is Now back in July, a contribution to Instinct's self titled label coming soon and now these four blistering cuts. There are hints of old school energy and pitched up vocals as well as some classic piano chords on the opener 'Luvin U' but it never feels pastiche. 'It's A Dark Day' brings a well known sample but repackages it in dark and drilling jungle breaks. The most fun of the lot is 'Music Is My Life' with its face melting bass and crucial diva vocal.
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