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Truelight EP
Truelight EP (12" Nachpressung) (1 per customer)
Cat: CMC 298. Rel: 03 Aug 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. One True Light (6:05)
  2. In My Hands (7:18)
  3. In My Hands (Hot Toddy remix) (7:12)
  4. One True Light (Ron Basejam remix) (4:38)
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Blackbird: Special Unofficial Edits & Overdubs (reissue)
Blackbird: Special Unofficial Edits & Overdubs (reissue) (coloured vinyl 12" limited to 200 copies Nachpressung) (1 per customer)
Cat: CIRCUITTSPECIAL 123. Rel: 03 Aug 20
Deep House
  1. Blackbird (Timmy's Shelter version) (5:41)
  2. Blackbird (Joe edits & Overdubs version) (8:40)
  3. Blackbird (Joaquin edits & Overdubs bonus beats Organ dub) (8:16)
  4. Rebel Nina (1:24)
Review: Here's a special club 12" for serious heads dealing in a set of mixes of "Blackbird". You have to come correct when you dare step to Nina Simone, but you know full well the cast of characters assembled on this 12" can be trusted with the high priestess of soul. Timmy Regisford is up first, bringing some intense organ lines and Lately bass into the mix with a perfect balance between jubilant expression and tension. Joe Claussell then steps up with two different edit and overdub versions, where the organs get poured on more liberally and the whole jam boils over. As a wonderful bonus element, you get a powerful acapella monologue from Nina Simone to close out the B side.
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Time Guard (Archie Hamilton, Noha remixes)
Cat: LHR 19. Rel: 15 Apr 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Time Guard (Archie Hamilton) (8:35)
  2. Time Guard (Noha remix) (7:54)
Review: Following the hot off the press drop "Time Guard", Lazare Hoche taps up a pair of remixers to provide fresh angles on his latest transmission. First up is Moscow Records' Archie Hamilton, who whips up a propulsive, bubbling techno roller laden with lush melodic content. On the flip, regular Hamilton collaborator Noha serves up a twinkling, mysterious strutter that should sink under the skin nice and easy in the late morning sessions Lazare Hoche records are so well suited to. Using spooky off key synth licks and a steady ticking beat, Noha provides a worthwhile new twist on the original's vintage techno sound.
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Dusty Pink
Dusty Pink (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LHR 20. Rel: 03 Jun 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Running (5:44)
  2. Dusty Pink (6:44)
  3. Fixate (6:06)
  4. Lara's Dub (6:33)
Review: Lauren Lo Sung's star continues to rise as the talented minimal house producer and DJ partners up with the mighty Lazare Hoche. This four track EP is packed with bombs, from the shimmering, metallic deep house finery of "Running" to the cheeky acid wriggle of "Dusty Pink". Things take a darker, deeper turn on the fierce "Fixate," and then lift into fluttering after hours tones for the sublime and ever so slightly trippy "Lara's Dub". Now firmly entrenched in the cut and thrust of the European minimal house scene, Lo Sung's talents spill out in abundance on this assured pack of highly workable and versatile floor filling 4/4 burners.
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Ecstasy
Ecstasy (limited blue vinyl 12")
Cat: 720516. Rel: 31 Jul 20
Funky/Club House
  1. Ecstasy (5:04)
  2. Tondo (5:33)
  3. Expressing What Matters (4:20)
  4. Etran (5:09)
  5. Get Close (3:59)
Review: While many of Disclosure's EPs have tended to focus on festival-ready and radio-friendly numbers, "Ecstasy" has both eyes firmly on club dancefloors. Proof arrives via the surging title track, a filter-sporting bumper that offers distinctive nods towards late '90s "French Touch" house and Basement Jazz's superior early work, and the gleefully Afro-disco-flavoured Echo Roosevelt collaboration that follows, stomping summer anthem "Tondo". Elsewhere, they cannily turn Boz Scraggs' blue-eyed soul classic "Lowdown" into a loose-limbed, rubbery house workout on "Expressing What Matters", serve up some chant-along Afro-house hedonism ("Etran") and keep fans of their usual bass-heavy big room flavours happy via wonky closer "Get Close".
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Vibe Three
Vibe Three (12")
Cat: CCR 002. Rel: 04 Aug 20
Deep House
  1. Marshall Jefferson - "Vibe Three" (6:27)
  2. Jungle Wonz - "Human Condition" (6:27)
Review: Chicago house heads rejoice, because right here we have a holy grail release. Marshall Jefferson originally recorded "Vibe Three" in 1985, and it was only ever played by Ron Hardy at seminal club The Music Box. Gene Hunt and Emanuel Pippin were amongst the only other DJs to have a copy of the tape, but the track was never released until now. This is pre-"Move Your Body" music, capturing the soul and vitality of house music at its inception and sounding as fresh as it would have back then. As well as Jefferson's instrumental original, the flip finds Jefferson teaming up with his partner in Jungle Wonz, Harry Dennis, for a poignant vocal version called "Human Condition". Don't sleep on this, as it won't be around for long.
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Botanic Minds Sunset Series
Botanic Minds Sunset Series (limted 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BMSS 008. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Track001A (8:04)
  2. Track002A (Lizz remix) (8:00)
  3. Track001B (8:18)
  4. Track002B (Barut remix) (7:47)
Review: The mystery of the Botanic Minds Sunset Series continues to unfold with another bout of surreal and sensual club tracks that balance tweaked minimalism with a warm and hazy atmosphere. "Track001A" is packed with intricate rhythmic interplay, but it's the fluttering guitar licks and displaced vocals that give the piece its unique vibe. "Track002A" is a remix credited to Eastenderz regular Lizz, and it's a particularly spellbinding jam shaped out with lingering chords and a wistful mood. "Track001B" hunkers down around a low, throbbing bassline, but there's some sweet keys hovering up top to keep things from getting too dark. Barut is on hand with a remix for "Track002B", where trancey undercurrents meet with expansive piano and ethereal ambient swells, all strapped to a sturdy minimal house groove.
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707
707 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DBT 707. Rel: 01 Jul 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Chotto Complications (6:50)
  2. Big Moon (7:49)
  3. Tiger Nuts (dub) (7:16)
Review: Tomoki Tamura and Tuccillo first fired up their Doublet collaboration back in 2015, and after a brief hiatus they've reignited the project with another three delicate and dynamic excursions. "Chotto Complications" is a crafty construction that works around an electro framework, with intricate beat programming and nimble synth lines anchored by fulsome chord drops. "Big Moon" takes things into a more hypnotic headspace, using hushed tones to mark out the atmosphere around an undulating deep house groove. "Tiger Nuts (dub)" is the feistiest track on the record, using a punchy rhythm section and nagging sample daggers to create an insistent groove that will do the damage for the tech house cognoscenti.




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Dave Lee Presents 30 Years Of Z Records EP 1
  1. Patrice Rushen - "Haven't You Heard" (Joey Negro extended Disco mix) (6:59)
  2. Akabu - "Another World" (Andre Lodemann remix) (8:54)
  3. The Sunburst Band - "Taste The Groove" (Hot Toddy remix) (6:47)
  4. Sean McCabe - "Reach Out" (feat Hannah Khemoh - Atjazz remix - Joey Negro edit) (6:47)
Review: To celebrate 30 years of his influential Z Records imprint, Dave Lee AKA Joey Negro has put together an epic, digital-only compilation of label highlights, plus a string of vinyl samplers featuring some suitably sought-after remixes. There's naturally much mouth-watering fare on offer on sampler one, from the classic disco celebration of Lee's string-laden, multi-track rework of Patrice Rushen classic "Haven't You Heard" (a mix as strong as any by Tom Moulton), to the modern deep house-soul flex of Lee's edit of Atjazz's terrific rework of overlooked Sean McCabe classic "Reach Out". Sandwiched in between you'll find a smooth, peak-time ready tweak of Akabu's "Another World" by Andre Lodemann, as well as the squelchy disco-boogie brilliance that is Hot Toddy's P-funk re-make of the Sunbrust Band's "Taste The Groove".
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Correciones Calypso Vol 3
Correciones Calypso Vol 3 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CC 003. Rel: 03 Aug 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Thomass Jackson - "Maquina De Bongo" (6:51)
  2. Thomass Jackson - "Lavora!" (6:07)
  3. Plot Pilot - "Babylon" (6:22)
  4. Plot Pilot - "Move To The Nida Beach" (5:48)
Review: The third drop in the Correcciones Calypso series finds the Mexican label turning to regular fixture Thomass Jackson for the A side, where he brings some heavyweight crossover pelters for the ever-broadening tastes of the dancefloor. "Maquina De Bongo" is a fierce percussive throwdown with a chuggy cosmic disco sound that drives crowds into a frenzy, while "Lavora!" follows on a similar tip albeit with a slightly punchier EBM undercurrent. On the flip, Plot Pilot has an equally adventurous sound that draws on freaky synth flourishes and Eastern motifs for a pan-continental trip on a seductively dark tip. "Move To The Nida Beach" slows things down to an insanely catchy, chant-along synth pop pulse.



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Never Come Back (Four Tet/Morgan Geist remixes)
Never Come Back (Four Tet/Morgan Geist remixes) (limited 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: SLANG 50298. Rel: 31 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. Never Come Back (Four Tet remix) (7:57)
  2. Never Come Back (Morgan Geist remix) (7:25)
Review: When Caribou, Four Tet and Morgan Geist appear on the same 12", you know it's going to be huge. And it is. First up, Kieran Hebdan takes "Never Come Back" and warps the bass, builds plenty of tense percussive energy and layers in some sci-fi synths that take the track into the next dimension. It's epic, as is always the way with Hebden, and ripe for some rave reactions. Cult neo-disco innovator Morgan Geist does something completely different - his drums skip and ping, with a breathy and soul drenched vocal next to lush cosmic chords. It's bouncy, playful, brilliant.
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Nuances De Nuit Vol 4
Nuances De Nuit Vol 4 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NUIT 004. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Liquid Earth - "X-Form" (6:54)
  2. Huerta - "Legwork" (5:19)
  3. DJOKO - "Copyrighted" (5:55)
  4. T Jacques - "Voyetra" (6:18)
Review: The latest collection of wayward floor heaters from Nuances De Nuit takes us once more into a colourful headspace where the possibilities are wide open to make house music with personality. Californian shining star Liquid Earth is up first, although he's better known as Urulu. 'X-Form' is a bubbling metropolis of futuristic synth squiggles with starry-eyed wonder in its heart and vintage techno smarts up top. Huerta follows up that sterling start with the enchanting electro incantations of 'Legwork', which build wonderfully on the sound laid out on his recent debut album for Voyage Recordings. On the flip, DJOKO brings a smart shuffle and some shimmering synth work to the forefront for a seriously smart twist on the tech house template, while T. Jacques opts for space age machine funk with a splash of boogie poured in for good measure.
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Pride EP
Pride EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MDAL-02. Rel: 20 May 19
Techno
  1. Pride 2019 (7:47)
  2. Pride 1996 (4:51)
  3. Choose To Live (7:21)
  4. Running Away From Home (5:20)
Review: MDA Analog's scant discography points to just a few essential items from the mid 90s and one 12" in 2004, but those records made enough impact to now be highly sought after. Having returned earlier this year with the welcome reissue of "Shine", now they're turning their attention to "Pride", another 1996 jam that originally appeared on Nova Zembla. "Pride 2019" does a fine job of updating the original into a slower, funkier house framework, while the original "Pride 1996" has a pleasing rowdiness to offset the melodious harmony of the synth work. "Choose To Live" is a new production that applies a full-fat frequency range, from powerful basslines to swirling chords up top, while "Running Away From Home" creates a heady brew of hi-tech soul for astral travelers.
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BAH039
BAH039 (12")
Cat: BAH 039. Rel: 24 Jun 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Releipsuahcs (5:12)
  2. Soleil Toujours (6:15)
  3. Traume (6:07)
  4. Tuschur Amur (4:51)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Neu Boy on the block Doc. Frankenfurter von Berliner. Morder edits. Sprache flyer, solar liebe. Traume Dreams. Tu Amur. Panzer Peoples on & on !!
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Mind/Soul
Mind/Soul (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PLA 035. Rel: 03 Jun 19
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Competition (5:28)
  2. Confidence (4:48)
  3. Looking Thru Your Mind (4:31)
  4. Two Different Things (4:15)
  5. At Random (3:30)
  6. I'm Immune (4:10)
Review: Platform 23 continue to do a great service to all seekers of furtive sounds from the DIY underground, this time shining a light on the wonderful Mode I/Q. Anyone who digs the sound of New York-tinged new wave and danceable post punk will love this record - the limber disco funk of the rhythm section meets with squalling guitar textures and dubby FX, all shot through with a hooky pop sensibility that makes this record so easy to fall in love with. "Confidence" is especially strong, as is the ramshackle party starter "Two Different Things". It seems there's no end to the overlooked gems from this golden era of independent music - it's time to catch up with Mode I/Q and file them next to your favourite disco-not-disco movers and shakers.
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Go Bang!
Go Bang! (12")
Cat: SLX 0FRESEPAB. Rel: 29 Jul 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Dinosaur L - "Go Bang" (Danny Krivit edit Of Walter Gibbons remix) (8:55)
  2. Hanson & Davis - "I'll Take You On" (Danny Krivit edit Of Larry Levan remix) (5:27)
Review: Dinosaur L's "Go Bang" is an enduring classic from the golden period when house and disco mixed freely. It was hammered at Paradise Garage and has been re-edited many times. Next up to have a go on Arthur Russell's Sleeping Bag is Danny Krivit who edits Walter Gibbons's remix. The drums are snappy, the groove urgent, the funk very real. ON the flip, Krivit tackles an edit of a Larry Levon remix of Hanson & Davis - "I'll Take You On". It is loose, with tumbling drums and tooting arps next to the shiny, soraing vocals. Classic stuff.
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No Limit
No Limit (12")
Cat: BEWITH 015TWELVE. Rel: 05 Aug 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. No Limit (extended version) (6:33)
  2. Do It Till The Fluid Gets Hot (extended version) (6:01)
Review: The seventies were a golden time for disco, soul and funk all the many different fusions of those sounds. Few are finer than Breakwater's "No Limits" which is a 1978 boogie classic. This version is a special reissue of the rare 'promo-only' extended version that's backed with the monster funk cut "Do It Till The Fluid Gets Hot." "No Limits" has soaring guitar riffs and the sort of breezy grooves that sweep you off your feet. The vocals soar just as high and make this a real classic. The flip side is more driven and kicking, with upbeat bass hits and kinetic hand claps all topped with a sense of peak time fun.
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Disco Fruit Sampler 01
Disco Fruit Sampler 01 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DFV 012. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Hotmood - "I Love To Boogie" (6:00)
  2. Evil Smarty - "The Groove To Make You Dance" (5:52)
  3. Mitiko - "What Have You Done For Me" (6:04)
  4. Loshmi - "Soul Food" (5:55)
Review: When you need the brightest, boldest takes on the disco edit tradition, look no further than Disco Fruit. The label's inexhaustible resources for peak party material continue in style with this sampler 12", which brings together four different artists with their own foolproof recipes for a damn good time. Hotmood takes no prisoners in laying down a delicious disco groove on "I Love To Boogie", while Evil Smarty loops up the funk to perfection on "The Groove To Make You Dance". Mitiko takes on a timeless classic with "What Have You Done For Me", focusing on the heavy new jack swing beat of the source material to create a new club banger. Loshmi rounds the record out with "Soul Food", a mellower offering but still holding down a groove for those more seductive moments.
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Shat Pop
Shat Pop (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LWKMUS 008. Rel: 28 Jan 19
Techno
  1. Shat Pop (Saldes mix) (5:58)
  2. Shat Pop (Flood1 remix) (6:03)
  3. Shat Pop (Electro mix) (5:52)
  4. Shat Pop (Ambient mix) (5:54)
Review: Lustwerk Music presents a mysterious new entity known simply as The Fock. With little to no background information, this record stakes its own claim within the Galcher-verse by offering up a range of mixes of "Shat Pop." The "Saldes Mix" is a proper immersion heater of cerebral techno, while the nervy, stomping "Flood1 Remix" is credited to White Material regular Young Male. The "Electro Mix" has a squelchy, boogie-inflected palette offset by woozy atmospherics, and the "Ambient Mix" unsurprisingly does away with the drums and drifts in limbo with a disembodied tannoy announcement for company.
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Still We Are EP
Cat: HOD 027. Rel: 21 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. Synthesize (7:31)
  2. Wilde Touch (7:10)
  3. Still We Are (7:00)
  4. Positive Emotion (feat Danielle Moore) (5:26)
Review: Three years on from his latest solo outing, Crazy P founder member Chris Todd AKA Hot Toddy returns to House of Disco with a predictably fine four-tracker. Our pick of a very strong bunch is the toughened up, revivalist electrofunk flex of "Wilde Touch", where clipped guitar riffs, crunchy Clavinet lines and colourful melodies ride a rubbery bassline, though the Paper Recordings-era Crazy P deep house/disco fusion of "Still We Are" is almost as impressive. Speaking of Crazy P, lead singer Danielle Moore lends her distinctive vocals to the Imagination-ish Brit-boogie business of "Positive Emotion", while the EP's other track, opener "Synthesize", is a darker and more spaced-out chunk of weighty, bassline-driven nu-boogie goodness.
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Never Come Back/Sister (Floating Points remixes)
Never Come Back/Sister (Floating Points remixes) (limited 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: SLANG 50299. Rel: 31 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. Never Come Back (Floating Points remix) (9:00)
  2. Sister (Floating Points remix) (7:07)
Review: Having already seen his synth-pop-meets-piano-house gem "Never Come Back" successfully remixed by Four Tet and Morgan Geist, Dan "Caribou" Snaith has now handed over the parts to Sam Shepherd AKA Floating Points. While those versions retained the core elements of Snaith's warm and ear-pleasing original mix, Shepherd has chosen to re-imagine it as the kind of positive, spacey, musically detailed and rushing late night deep house jam with which he originally made his name a decade ago. It has serious sub-bass weight, too, and is one of his most impressive club-focused outings for some time. It's worth buying the 12" for that mix alone, but his wonderfully deep, sub-heavy, garage-influenced rework of another "Suddenly" album track, "Sister", is also superb. In other words, you need this in your life.
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Hologram Killa
Hologram Killa (clear splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: ELECTRO 001. Rel: 06 Aug 20
Electro
  1. Hologram Killa (4:13)
  2. She Work It All Night (5:14)
  3. Cyberian Nights (Siberian Nights remix In Tribute To Twilight 22) (4:59)
  4. Hologram People (6:40)
  5. Satisfaction (7:03)
Review: Fundamental Records, the electro music label behind the 808 Box, Electric Eclectics and Music for The Other People Place project starts with a new project and new label called Electro Records and has made something of a statement with its first release, not only opting for a striking clear and white splatter patterned slab of wax, but also by securing the services of sometime CPU, Craigie Knowes and Biosoft Record producer Phillip Washington aka Cygnus. Do not forget Fundamental Records is the home of the Dallas producer with a full album in 2016, several EPs and tracks for the 808 Box and Electric Eclectics and the project MACHINE FUNK!... a triple album released only a few months ago. Cygnus rarely disappoints, and we can safely say he's delivered the goods here too. For proof, check the robotic, vocoder-laden deep space shuffle of "Hologram Killer", the lilting melodies and emotive, starry synths of "She Work All Night" and the canny combination of bubbly acid house and deep electro tropes that is "Hologram People". Elsewhere, "Cyberian Nights" doffs a cap to original '80s electro crew Twilight 22 and closing cut "Satisfaction" flits between crunchy dancefloor aggression and drifting-through-space deepness
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CB 015
CB 015 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CB 015. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. TIJN - "Maybe" (8:04)
  2. Michael James & Benjamin Joseph - "The Island" (7:53)
  3. Nick Beringer - "Nyx" (5:52)
  4. Pascal Benjamin - "Falkhill" (6:32)
Review: The next airdrop from the good ship Constant Black is a various artists affair with four tracks from four artists guaranteed to find a home in your extended micro sesh. Pascal Benjamin takes the lead with "Falkhill", locking into a Romanian-flavoured minimal breaks formation that rolls in resplendent fashion with a particularly choice vocal lick from an undisclosed RnB track. Michael James and Benjamin Joseph nudge the pitch fader up and dial in the swing for the decidedly funky wiggler "The Island", and TIJN keeps things bumping but works in some sharper drum sounds for the tough but bouncy "Maybe". Nick Beringer finishes the record off with the chunky funk of "Nyx", calling to mind Mike Shannon amongst others.
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Vagabond EP (El Buho, Sooma remixes)
Cat: BHILL 004. Rel: 08 Jul 19
International
  1. A1 (6:41)
  2. N1 (7:25)
  3. N2 (5:55)
  4. A2 (feat Loa Myst & Nu Fvnk) (7:25)
  5. A2 (feat Loa Myst & Nu Fvnk - El Buho remix) (6:53)
  6. A1 (Sooma remix) (7:32)
Review: The Banana Hill crew continue in their quest to represent some of the finest sounds transmitting from the African continent, this time showcasing the immersive ruminations of Kenya's Jinku. "A1" takes a seriously deep trip into stripped back house percussion and atmospheric vocal chants, while "N1" sports a more jagged rhythm section that meanders through emotive suites of sound before the mellower downtempo mood of "N2". On the flip, "A2" features moody vocal turns from Loa Myst and Nu Fvnk that suit the laconic house structure, which El Buho gently nudges into a more crooked remix without losing the heady atmosphere. Sooma then tackles "A1" and ups the bass-led house pressure with a measured touch that respectfully embellishes the original.




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Dino Soccio Edits
Dino Soccio Edits (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: RNT 052. Rel: 28 Jul 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Star Beaming (6:49)
  2. Fred's Groove (6:06)
  3. Laid Back (5:48)
  4. Forgot (6:16)
Review: Since he last appeared on Razor 'N' Tape six years ago via a digital-only debut single, Dino Soccio has built up quite a catalogue of re-edits, not to mention a reputation as one of the scene's more interesting editors. It's for this reason that we're not surprised that his return to Aaron Dae and J Kriv's rework imprint is so good. It sees him offer up a quartet of killer cut-jobs that bounce between sumptuous, string-laden, French language Afro-disco (the superb "Fred's Groove"), sparkling up-tempo disco-boogie brilliance (the awesome "Star Beaming"), languid deep disco warmth (the dubby, spaced-out goodness of "Laid Back") and ultra-sweet, reggae-influenced Afro-boogie heat (sublime closing cut "Forgot").
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Ou Sommes Nous?
Ou Sommes Nous? (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PLA 036. Rel: 01 Jul 19
Deep House
  1. Club Stuff (4:18)
  2. Vini Vidi Vici (3:46)
  3. Ou Sommes Nous? (3:38)
  4. AA HHH (3:48)
Review: Once again diving into the mysterious electronics of decades past, Platform 23 strike gold with this cult release from short-lived Canadian duo Vini Vidi Vici. In its original form this 1989 private press mini-album emerged from the Montreal underground with a prescient take on house and more experimental minimal wave fare - it's no surprise original copies fetch hefty prices in the second hand market. From the psyched-out house thrum of "Club Stuff" to the percussive bounce of "Vini Vidi Vici" and the more madcap sample juggling of "Ou Sommes Nous?" this is a killer record unbound by scenes or trends - just pure, primal hardware experimentation.
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Deeper EP (remastered)
Deeper EP (remastered) (limited 12")
Cat: 267WS 69133. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. Milano Bossa (4:52)
  2. Welcome Home (live mix) (6:41)
  3. Na Na's Waltz (6:18)
  4. Send My Love (4:52)
Review: Those with long memories might just about remember the early noughties work of Aqua Bassino, the pseudonym of choice for Edinburgh producer Jason Robertson. During that period he released a string of dreamy, atmospheric and thoroughly luxurious deep house EPs on F Communications, the best of which has now been reissued as part of the Parisian label's 25th anniversary celebrations. Check first the drowsy chords, fluid piano solos, undulating bass and Latin-tinged grooves of "Milano Bossa", before admiring the trumpet-laden, St Germain style brilliance of "Welcome Home (Live Mix)". Elsewhere, "Send My Love On" is a sunnier slice of dreamy deep house warmth, while the impeccable "Na Na's Waltz" is a poignant chunk of downtempo piano jazz that many (rightly) consider to be a chill-out classic.
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Senator Bongwater vs Seafoam
Cat: LMK 004. Rel: 30 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Seafoam - "Machines" (5:34)
  2. Seafoam - "Fort A" (7:27)
  3. Senator Bongwater - "Spastic Orgasmic" (6:33)
  4. Senator Bongwater - "Zoot Trooper" (6:52)
Review: This superb split from Lemak gently sweeps you off your feet with the delicate percussion and airy pads of "Machines." by Seafoam, real name Brian Cavender. He's an artist with a back cat dating to the late nighties and including credits on Guidance, so oozes authenticity. His second offering "Fort A" is more techno leaning, with scintillating percussion and marching laser synths. Senator Bongwater is Urulu, aka Taylor Freels, aka Liquid Earth, a real master of minimal house and tech whatever alias he assumes. "Spastic Orgasmic" is another spaced out tech trip, while "Zoot Trooper" is a flurry of fantastic astral breaks.
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OWMU 001
OWMU 001 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: OWMU 001. Rel: 08 Jul 19
Techno
  1. Music Is Life (5:39)
  2. Interplanetary (6:44)
  3. Warmth In Rhythm (5:28)
  4. Warmth In Melody (2:53)
  5. Propulsion State (4:45)
Review: Resurgent Welsh techno wizard DJ Guy launches his own label with a fresh batch of deep diving jams that put the soul back in the machine. From the twinkling, starry-eyed delights of "Music Is Life" to the horizontal meditation of "Interplanetary," this is immaculately executed electronica in the fine tradition of UK trailblazers like B12 that sounds as fresh as it did in the 90s. "Warmth In Rhythm" sports a nagging house groove to suck you in with ease, while "Propulsion State" fires off a dazzling arpeggio that heads skywards with a twitchy electro backbone for company. Top shelf tackle from a seriously talented cat.




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Tribulation
Tribulation (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BMM 90. Rel: 05 Aug 20
Deep House
  1. Track 1 (8:12)
  2. Track 2 (6:42)
  3. Track 3 (6:33)
Review: Chicago veteran Boo Williams has put out almost as many records as his good friend Glenn Underground, and almost all of them are high-class. His latest limited-edition missive is, somewhat predictably, another gem. Opener "Tribulation" is sweet and spacey, with Williams wrapping fizzing, techno-tempo drums and bubbly bass in intergalactic synths sounds and chords so emotive you might start blubbing on the dancefloor. It comes accompanied by a deeper, acid-flecked flipside dub that also boasts some exciting new synth solos (track three) and a slightly slower, but no less energetic or musically positive, bonus cut called "Mental State". Predictably, this is every bit as alluring as the EP's other tracks.
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Mvinline
Mvinline (12")
Cat: DFTD 605. Rel: 29 Jul 20
Techno
  1. Mvinline (extended mix) (5:15)
  2. Mvinline Svn (5:26)
  3. Tomfvm (5:26)
Gespielt von: Juno Recommends Techno
 in stock $11.16
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Transcedenton EP
Transcedenton EP (12" Nachpressung) (1 per customer)
Cat: BSU 004. Rel: 31 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Twisted Metal (6:20)
  2. Senator Bongwater's Revenge (5:38)
  3. Transcedenton (6:33)
  4. Neutral Circuits (5:54)
Review: Previously, London label Butter Side Up was probably best-known for offering up some quietly impressive EPs from rising stars Sweely and Christian Jay. This EP, which comes from high-profile Los Angeles-based techno producer Urulu (real name Taylor Freels) under his alternative Liquid Earth guise, is undoubtedly the fledgling imprint's biggest release to date. Across the four tracks, Freels explores the more psychedelic side of the Californian house and techno sound, variously doffing a cap to colourful 90s techno/dub house fusion (on the chunky and ear-catching "Transcedenton"), the Orbital end of the breakbeat hardcore spectrum ("Senator Bomgwater's Revenge", which sounds like it could have featured on the Hartnoll brothers' "Brown Album"), San Diego style tech-house (the Hipp-E and Halo-ish "Twisted Metal") and dreamy breakbeat techno (lovely closing cut "Neutral Circuits").
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If It Ain't Jazz Vol 2
Cat: IIAJ 002. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Chicago (7:16)
  2. Spinnin (7:41)
Review: The second release from the newly emerging If It Ain't Jazz label comes from Swedish producer Opolopo. For this one he takes two classics from the jazz-disco world and adds his own distinctive spins. The results soar into the stratosphere on golden chords and humid pads, funky drums and gliding grooves. Both are timeless reworks that will do plenty of damage on a wide range of dance floors. This marks another noteworthy release for this small but well formed label.
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Jonny Rock Edits
Cat: OTE 007. Rel: 04 Aug 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Kat-Woman-Do (6:40)
  2. Bitter Juice (7:01)
  3. Hippie Jam (4:51)
  4. Streets Of Belgrade (4:55)
Review: Over the past few years, Johnny Rock has proved to be one of the shrewdest re-editors around, delivering must-check reworks of thoroughly obscure gems that tend towards the exotic and intoxicating. Further proof of his dusty-fingered, scalpel-wielding genius can be found on this Orange Tree Edits outing. Check first the rubbery, off-kilter '80s electro-flex of "Kat-Woman Do", before admiring the Mascara-sporting, New Romantic style synth-pop goodness of "Bitter Juice". Elsewhere, he offers up some skewed, percussion-rich late-night eccentricity (the delightfully weird "Hippie Jam") and successfully dances his way through some Communism-era Yugoslav post-punk heaviness ("Streets of Belgrade").
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Soul Control (Palms Trax Remix)
Soul Control (Palms Trax Remix) (limited 1-sided white label 12")
Cat: LWKWHT 1. Rel: 03 Aug 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Soul Control (Palms Trax remix) (5:51)
Review: Back in 2014 Galcher Lustwerk and Palms Trax were both emergent artists making their first tentative steps into the scene. While they may be thoroughly distinct in their sounds, they found some crossover in an exchange of remixes, with Lustwerk's take on "Forever" appearing on Lobster Theremin. Palms Trax returned the favour with a version of Lustwerk's "Soul Control" which never saw the light of day until now. While it's certainly redolent of the earlier phase of Palms Trax's career, the effervescent musicality at the heart of the release is still completely in step with Palmsy as we know and love him today, replete with Lustwerk's inimitable laconic vocal delivery over the top.
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Os To EP
Os To EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AXS 1. Rel: 17 Jun 19
Deep House
  1. Os To (Johnny DJ Allstar Bubble Gum mix) (7:47)
  2. Fest Pa Taget (Tandooris partii mix) (5:39)
Review: From Copenhagen with love. After two years of planning, tweaking and fine-tuning, Danish groove monkeys Kasper Marott and Alfredo92 are proud to present their new label Axces. Repping their local crew, the label represents a community of artists including this single's co-producers Carl Emil and Lauge. "Os To" (which translates to 'the two of us') is as cute as it sounds. Dreamy, cosy, unhurried. "Fest Pa Taget" (party on the roof) raises the psychedelic factor a little as unearthly bubbles and chimes spin 360 around a jaunty rolling percussive beat. The start of something exciting and fresh; everyone has access to Axces.
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Block Parties EP
Block Parties EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MMU 001. Rel: 09 May 16
Deep House
  1. Block Parties (Dark Entry)
  2. Show You Saw
  3. The Wack
Review: "The debut release from new label, music makes us, comes from prolific producer Ekkohaus. a man who needs no introduction with previous releases on the likes of Moonharbour, Morris audio, Circus Company, 2020vision and Liebe Detail. He delivers a blistering 3 track acid tinged ep which kicks off with "Block Parties (Dark Entry)", a driving acid bassline with a great vocal layered on top. "Show You Saw" on the b-side is a grooving acid house track, whilst "The Wack" finishes off this debut release in syncopated style."
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Phase 3
Phase 3 (12")
Cat: FER 301. Rel: 27 Jan 14
Deep House
  1. Before
  2. Groove 11
Review: REPRESS ALERT: This return of Ferox records sees an enthusiastic response from all. The label has forthcoming releases from many original Ferox artists and some new recruits and collaborations along the way. This, the first release in 5 years, sees label head-honcho Russ Gabriel in action under his Too Funk guise. From the first 'Return Of Too Funk EP' to the later 'Hotel Ibis' and Derrick Carter's remix of 'Venus Fly Trap', Russ's Too Funk grooves have been jacking dance floors on both sides of the Atlantic since 1995. This latest offering, 'Phase 3', is a 45 rpm two tracker of House goodness only available on vinyl. No clear favourite has emerged from the two sides, among the selective few that have heard it. Like much of the wealthy Ferox catalogue before it, this is proper House Music with an electric twinge.
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MTN 45
MTN 45 (12")
Cat: MTN 45. Rel: 28 Jul 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. US Lover (8:37)
  2. Hysteric Glamour (3:52)
  3. Marabou (5:13)
Review: London's longest-running re-edit imprint returns to action, and fittingly it's label co-founder Diesel at the controls (albeit with fellow founder and old pal Dave Jarvis adding input via an "Executive Producer" role). A-side "US Lover" is simply superb: a blue-eyed, turn-of-the-80s AOR disco gem laden with heady horns, squelchy synth bass, swirling strings and heady harmonica solos. The Balearic disco fun continues on the flip, where the bleep-laden bluesy disco number "Hysteric Glamour" comes accompanied by the sunny, synth-laden instrumental disco oddity that is "Marabou". Deep cuts, subtly tweaked for extended dancefloor pressure: what more could any disco lover desire?
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My Love Is Free/I Got My Mind Made Up (The Reflex Revisions)
  1. Double Exposure - "My Love Is Free" (The Reflex Revision) (8:13)
  2. Instant Funk - "I Got My Mind Made Up" (The Reflex Revision) (7:25)
Review: Salsoul is a label as iconic as they come and decades after establishing that reputation it continues to deal in only the most original house and disco heat. The Reflex is a famous king of the remix who here adds his own vital spin to two new revisions for Salsoul Records. The Frenchman first up takes on Double Exposure's "My Love Is Free" to craft a layered remix that builds with a sick guitar riff and warm bass. Then comes a re-edit and remix of "I Got My Mind Made Up" that has chunky percussion and punchy drums. All in all a worthy addition to any collection.
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Let The Dollar Circulate
Cat: BEWITH 017TWELVE. Rel: 05 Aug 20
Soul
  1. Let The Dollar Circulate (4:59)
  2. East (6:24)
Review: Philly soul star Billy Paul made some great records during his mid 1970s heyday, though few are quite as sublime as "Let The Dollar Circulate", a passionate plea for economic equality that adds sumptuous orchestration and serious dancefloor chops to the then popular conscious soul template. Paul's lead vocal is superb, while Gamble and Huff's production is as good as you'd expect. Remarkably, this is the first time the track has featured on a 12" single, so props to Be With Records for spotting a gap in the market. You certainly need it in your life - honestly, it's incredible - while flipside "East", an incredible chunk of spiritual soul recorded in 1971, is every bit as awesome. Recommended.
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Obliquity EP
Obliquity EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AER 009. Rel: 22 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Obliquity (9:06)
  2. Emancipate (6:24)
  3. Whispers (6:47)
Review: UK label AER returns with a 3 track EP. Back on the controls is British label boss Miles at the helm, giving us a journey of varying textures. After releases on Aesthetic Audio, ART, Ornate amongst others, Miles esteemed reputation for discerning House & Techno both as a DJ & producer ensure this release is another pure piece of artistry. Not one to compromise, Miles delivers yet again. 'Obliquity' is a dub techno slice of hypnosis! Emancipate gives us a beautiful string rendition amongst haunting lead lines, while 'Whispers' goes beyond the deep, down into ethereal emotive territory, giving the full release a nice snapshot spectrum of this mans work. Superb release.
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Voltmeter EP
Voltmeter EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: IIIR-VI. Rel: 22 Jul 19
Electro
  1. Tool Box (5:53)
  2. Purge The Urge (6:04)
  3. Blue Eyes (5:45)
Review: The III Rivers crew have put out some serious heat since first transmitting out of the Manchester underground back in 2013. Kvetch X, also known as Voiceless and Ekeko, has been spotted on labels like UntilMyHeartStops before, so you know this chap knows his chops in the studio. Here he's in full deviant machine mode, swerving from the swinging, strafing thrust of "Tool Box" to bugged out boxy techno workout "Purge The Urge" before landing on the wave-riding arp beast "Blue Eyes" that courses through the B side like a noirish B-movie soundtrack joint on uppers, downers, laughers and screamers.



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Tuff Cut #08
Tuff Cut #08 (12" Nachpressung)
Cat: TUFF 008. Rel: 30 Jul 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Go For That (7:24)
  2. Heard It (6:51)
  3. Dreams (6:23)
  4. Startin' Somethin' (7:45)
Review: There's no secret to the success of Late Nite Tuff Guy's long-running Tuff Cuts series. Buyers have simply responded to the consistency of the Australian producer's approach, and the quality of loopy, house-friendly re-edits. This eighth volume features more party-starting fare, from the glassy-eyed extended breakdown of "Go For That" (yep, a Hall & Oates rework) and soft-touch house take on Marvin Gaye ("Heard It"), to the end-of-night bliss of "Dreams", a decidedly warm and rolling rearrangement of the famous Fleetwood Mac cut of the same name. As if that wasn't enough bangers in one place, he finishes with a triumphant rework of disco-era Michael Jackson ("Starting Something").
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A Funny Thang EP
A Funny Thang EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HT 022. Rel: 27 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. A Funny Thang (6:49)
  2. Stressedout (6:46)
  3. Rising (vinyl only) (7:07)
  4. Funny Dub Ya Know (6:15)
Review: Italian duo Rufus and Mass_prod are back once again as Nightdrivers, shoring up to Holic Trax with more of their infectious club-ready material. Beyond the functionality of their drums, where the Nightdrivers excel is in their choice of samples and textures to add a psychoactive twist to their craft. "A Funny Thang" is a delightfully unhinged workout, while "Stressedout" does a fine job of digging into a heads down, RnB inflected groove. "Rising" switches things up with a broken beat groove that loads up sunkissed soul samples to great effect, and then the record rounds out with a dub mix of "A Funny Thang".
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Violent Rays
Violent Rays (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BNB 004. Rel: 01 Jul 19
Techno
  1. Violent Rays (6:04)
  2. Run DC (5:03)
  3. Swearings (5:49)
  4. Cave Tone (6:39)
Review: A four-track acid EP by veteran producer Warlock, out on Kalbata's Brush & Broom label. Ex-amount of jaw-grind action from the London underground legend. "Violent Rays" and "Swearings" are both straight-up warehouse workouts, comfortably placed next to reflective after-hour gushers "Run DC" and "Cave Tone". Once again, Warlock demonstrates stunning crisp production, touched by old-school heritage, dating back to pre-94 legislation times. Essential.

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Black & White
Black & White (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MATE 005. Rel: 27 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. Javonntte - "Quantom"
  2. Javonntte - "Mr DJ"
  3. The Blaxploited Orchestra - "Ready To Go"
  4. The Blaxploited Orchestra - "Explicit"
Review: Spanish label Mate are back with more excellent house cuts from different corners of the scene. The endlessly prolific Javonntte is in control on the A side, sounding as iconic as ever with the rousing thump of "Quantom". "Mr DJ" is a more soulful track with a catchy vocal hook you'll be humming to yourself for weeks after hearing it. On the flipside, Simon Garcia's The Blaxploited Orchestra is in heavy edit mode on "Ready To Go", bringing a full-frequency funk and sizzling house drums to the fore with a classic sample or two. "Explicit" has a lower tempo, allowing even more space to sink into the pocket and feel the groove from start to finish.
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Deep Cover 5
Deep Cover 5 (hand-numbered 12" + insert limited to 300 copies)
Cat: DEEPCOVER 5. Rel: 29 Jul 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. What Edit Is This? (6:30)
  2. No Gas (7:01)
Review: Since launching a few years back, Deep Cover has proved to be one of the most interesting, eccentric and leftfield re-edit imprints). The label's latest essential missive sees Alexis Le Tan don the easy-to-spot Alexis Le Fan alias to deliver two vital re-rubs. On side A, the French producer and editor has his wicked way with a vintage Perfect Zebras track, expertly extending and rearranging the post-punk, new wave synth-pop cut to make greater use of the original's squally horns, bubbly bass and drowsy vocals. Over on the flip he delivers a fine rub of a squelchy, Clarinet-laden number from the early '80s that sounds like it might be Middle Eastern in origin (but, of course, may not be). Either way, it's an eccentric, oddball treat.
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Paralysis
Paralysis (12" + booklet)
Cat: DE 274. Rel: 31 Jul 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Paralysis (4:31)
  2. ACC (2:15)
  3. GBD (5:00)
  4. Track 4 (4:04)
  5. Ugly Talk (7:11)
Review: Robert Rental is an artist as influential as he is overlooked. An anchor of the early British DIY and post-punk scene, his name is most frequently uttered alongside illustrious collaborators such as Thomas Leer and Daniel Miller. Dark Entries and Optimo ally to illuminate some of Rental's early solo works with an expanded reissue of his debut 7" Paralysis /A.C.C.. Both labels have previously excavated Rental's catalog; we reissued the collaborative LP with Glenn Wallis in 2017, and Optimo released a collection of demos in 2018.
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Positive Connection EP
Cat: NDATL 027. Rel: 15 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. House Attack (7:15)
  2. Attacked Beatz (3:34)
  3. Late Night Jam (6:45)
  4. Time (7:52)
Review: NDATL continues in these uncertain time with a sold bet. After a first meeting NDATL label Honcho & house Stalwart Mr. G clicked immediately with mutal respect. This is the product of that Positive Connection. G jumps right out the gate with House Attack with it's bottom heavy bassline and thrashing drums. Next Up Late Night Jam which is just that a tune to feel & breathe I the early morning hours. In Mr. G fashion he rounds up the EP with the grity hypno tune "Time"
This will prime you up in your living room til the next time your ready to let it all out on someones dancefloor.
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