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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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The legendary Wu Tang Clan has got a peerless discography when it comes to golden era hip hop. Part of that is a number of essential long players that go deep on the art form, but of course they will always be best known by many for their standout singles. 'Gravel Pit' is one of them and is dropped on the limited edition 7" with 'Uzi (Pink Ring)' on the flip. It's a floor-filling tune with a bump n grind beat, slick rhythms and the seductive female response. The b-side hits harder, with big horns and molten chords next to some raw verses that bring the attitude.
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American dance music legend, spiritual explorer and soul encyclopaedia Joe Claussel also of course runs the Sacred Rhythm label, where he serves up an endless amount of vinyl gold. This Special Edits series does exactly what says on the tin and the seventh installment is another one that takes you to a steamy Brooklyn dance floor sometime in the past. Fusion jazz and soulful disco styles define each of these tunes, neither of which are very well known, but both of which will bang, particularly the funky bass and icy hi-hats of 'Get Down' that are combined perfectly with Philly style strings and golden chords.
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The Edwards Generation - Get Up Get Up
7"
$12.51
Chuck Edwards (real surname Edwins) is the man behind his family band The Edwards Generation. He formed it after moving his family to the San Francisco Bay area, where they all lived in a motel to start with. By the time of the mid-70s, they had started realising and even put out a full length as well as appearing on TV. Here, Cordial serves up two of their best on a tidy 7". 'Get Up, Get Up' is the funk fuelled and soul-drenched opener with nice lo-fi production and deep drums. 'Get Out On The Dancefloor' is another lo-fi beauty with stomping kicks married to big horn stabs and a characterful vocal.
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Orchestre Poly Rythmo De Cotonou Dahomey - Kpede Do Gbe Houenou
7"
$10.53
Benin funk supergroup Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou have an essential discography that takes in some of the most definitive afro-funk sounds you can hear. The Acid Jazz label serves up a couple of such betters here with 'Kpede Do Gbe Houenou' layering up the driving grooves, killer horns and wild keys into something intoxicating. Less intense but just as good, 'Ma Wa Mon Nou Mi O' brings the guitar work to the fore, with plucked and funky riffs underneath the imploring vocal work that's up top. Both tunes have been restored and remastered.
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It's been just over a year since East London party crew The Disco Express launched their offshoot label, so to celebrate they've decided to deliver a jam-packed EP featuring some of the imprint's musical highlights to date, none of which have appeared on vinyl before. Check first Tuesday Brunch's slick, summery opener 'Satin Lovers', where eyes-closed R&B style vocals and jazz guitar licks ride a shuffling deep house groove, before turning your attention to Monsieur Von Pratt's heavyweight disco-funk edit, 'Funk Force'. Elsewhere, Campbell Pirret's 'Only You' is a filter-sporting, piano-heavy disco-house worokout, Parisian Soul's 'Another Man (vinyl mix)' is a warming fusion of '70s soul and Rhodes-heavy soulful house, and Pete Maxey's 'For The Love of Music' sits somewhere between colourful nu-disco and bass-heavy deep house.
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'Jungle Kitten' by Manfredo Fest is something of an underground classic. It features the widely admired Kaidi Tatham on synth and has a fine crew of London's best musicians also involved in the line up and now it gets a cover by Da Lata that is drenched in warmth. The a-side is as organic as they come with fluid grooves and samba styles all heavily applied next to the uplifting vocals. On the flip side is another epic one for the dance floor. It is a vital version of Rafaella Renzulli's 'Asking Eyes' featuring Vanessa Freeman that at long last lands on vinyl.
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