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Wolf EP 17 (12")
Cat: WOLFEP 017. Rel: 17 Jan 13
Deep House
  1. Bicep - "Mixxmaster 88"
  2. Casino Times - "Heart Strings"
  3. Medlar - "Cant Stop" (Creative Swing Alliance remix)
  4. Ishmael - "Want You"
Review: Given their illustrious rise over the past twelve months, the appearance of Belfast duo Bicep on the latest Wolf Music release is quite the coup for the London label. Artist and label are of course no strangers, with a Bicep dub of Medlar appearing WOLFEP009, yet there's currently a Midas touch style momentum driving Andrew Ferguson and Matthew McBriar that should ensure this 12" sells out even swifter than previous lupine plates. "Mixmaster 88" is an unadulterated party anthem and another ode to some of their heroes (spot the cheeky Armando usage) yet it's most memorable because it shows Bicep at their most confident. Further house music excellence is afforded with contributions from Casino Times, Medlar and newcomer Ishmael that ensure this is yet another all killer, no filler emission from the Wolf Music stable.

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Cat: PHONICA 011. Rel: 21 Mar 14
Deep House
  1. Lo Shea - "Home"
  2. Medlar & Red Rack'em - "Morning Light"
  3. Moire - "Solar Signs"
  4. STL - "Freaky Fingers"
Review: The vinyl pressings of the expansive two-disc compilation for Phonica continue with this diverse selection from an impressive cast. Sheffield hero Lo Shea is in a mischievous mood with the skipping beat and gruesome bass of "Home", while Medlar and Red Rack'em join forces for the chunky dub house of "Morning Light". Moire has a more techno-inclined approach on "Solar Signs" that features plenty of hopeful synths and an audacious breakdown, and then STL brings the leftfield goodies with the characteristically edgy throwdown "Freaky Fingers" choc full of rasping drums and carnival whistles.
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Wolf EP 16 (12")
Cat: WOLFEP 016. Rel: 29 Nov 12
Deep House
  1. The Sun
  2. Knockard Pearl (Detroit Swindle remix)
  3. Knockard Pearl
  4. Govern
Review: Medlar, who also produces as Klic, drops his first solo EP for London imprint Wolf Recordings. Lush chords and woozy rhodes partner up with "uh-huh" vocal snippets and tribal percussion in "The Sun". James Brown "uh's" and basic synth progressions make up "Knockard Pearl", which receives a stellar Detroit Swindle remix of bolstered stabs that verge on rave. "Govern" lowers the BPM for a shuffled groove, maintaining the lo-fi brilliance of the rest of the EP. A secret weapon for the transitional DJ.
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Sleep (limited gatefold pressed on black & white splattered vinyl 2xLP + CD (each copy is unique))
Cat: SLEEP 001. Rel: 17 Oct 13
Deep House
  1. Intro
  2. Lines
  3. The Escape
  4. 1516
  5. Tides
  6. Tap Spring
  7. Listen
  8. Blues
  9. Nov Dub
  10. Be There
  11. Intro
  12. Lines
  13. The Escape
  14. 1516
  15. Tides
  16. Tap Spring
  17. Listen
  18. Blues
  19. Nov Dub
  20. Be There
Review: Medlar has consistently been one of Wolf Music's biggest assets over the last three years, delivering a string of impressive tracks and singles for the growing house imprint. Here, he steps up with a debut album (incidentally, it's also Wolf's first full-length proper), a sleepy, heart-warming trip through late night deep house. Littered with atmospheric samples, jazzy skits and restless interludes, Sleep proves that house albums need not be solely focused on the needs of the dancefloor. Highlights are plentiful, from the cymbal-heavy nocturnal paranoia of "1516" and string-drenched sweetness of "Tap Spring", to the Moodymann-ish "Blues" and hazy jazziness of the inspired "Lines". Recommended.
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Cat: SLEEP 002. Rel: 19 Mar 14
Deep House
  1. Tides (KON remix)
  2. Tides (12" mix)
  3. Listen (Greymatter remix)
  4. Tap Spring (12" mix)
Review: One of the few complaints fielded about Sleep, last year's debut long player from Medlar, was some of the tracks were a bit short to really satisfy the needs of the DJ specifically the monumental beatdown of "Tides". So both Medlar and Wolf Music deserve applause for issuing this 12" which attends to this issue with an extended 12" take on the track. The extra room only improves the track and is complemented well by the preceding remix from dusty fingered Boston producer and DJ Kon who flips the track into a straight up house cut. Don't skip the B Side either as fellow Wolf Music regular Grey Matter is on board with an equally good revision of "Listen" whose dusty, sunken qualities will appeal to fans of Anthony Naples output on TTT.
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WOLFEP030 (12")
Cat: WOLFEP 030. Rel: 01 Oct 15
Deep House
  1. Loon (6:55)
  2. Paradise (6:38)
  3. Dawn Chorus (8:23)
  4. Angel Race (7:20)
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WOLFEP 042 (12")
Cat: WOLFEP 042. Rel: 11 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Cascinari (5:30)
  2. Nisantasi (6:04)
  3. Priet (6:04)
  4. Queen Of Tacos (with FYI Chris) (5:38)
Review: Having spent the last 12 months sharpening his disco credentials via a variety of re-edit EPs and sample-heavy "secret weapons", Medlar is back on Wolf doing what he does best. In this case, that means sparse, drum machine driven electro/proto house fusion ("Cascinari"), delay-heavy, stripped-back analogue house blessed with dreamy chords and grime style lo-fi synth-strings ("Nisantasi") and Ruf Dug style dancefloor sweetness seemingly created using forgotten old synthesizers, dusty drum machines and a solitary TB-303 ("Priet"). Excitingly, the EP's final track - a bustling fusion of beatbox electro rhythms, layered breakbeats, heavy bass and yearning chords - is a studio hook-up with similarly well-regarded producer FYI Chris.
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Gespielt von: The Revenge
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WOLFEP 050 (12")
Cat: WOLFEP 050. Rel: 08 May 19
Deep House
  1. Novanta (7:46)
  2. Pampas Drums (5:28)
  3. Paloma (5:39)
  4. Monday Boy (7:34)
Gespielt von: Corbi, Mimi, Medlar
 in stock $10.35
NRG EP (12")
Cat: DOG 66. Rel: 27 Apr 18
Deep House
  1. NRG (6:09)
  2. NRG (dub mix) (5:08)
  3. Tripped (5:10)
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Juno (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: RVRT 009. Rel: 08 Apr 16
Deep House
  1. Juno (feat Ishmael) (5:05)
  2. Early Winter Light (6:05)
  3. All One Machine (7:09)
  4. Early Winter Light (FYI Chris remix) (7:08)
Review: For release number nine, Madrid-based Riverette has turned to Wolf Music regular Medlar. Predictably, he serves up a string of ear-pleasing, floor-friendly gems. There's a pleasing looseness to picturesque deep house opener "Juno", where twinkling electronics and stretched-out chords ride a sparse but heavy, analogue sounding groove. The tougher, darker "All One Machine" sounds like a tribute to David Morales' legendary Red Zone dubs, while "Early Winter Light" is a sharp, angular, acid-fired box jam. FYI Chris delivers a fine remix of the latter track, smothering Medlar's rough drums and psychedelic acid lines in ambient house chords and hissing cymbals.
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Moxie Presents Volume Two Sampler (140 gram vinyl 12" + sticker + MP3 download code)
Cat: ONLOOP 001. Rel: 01 Aug 16
Deep House
  1. Medlar - "In Dreams" (dub)
  2. Giganta - "Lie"
  3. Drumtalk featuring Chan Brown - "The Way"
  4. Lord Tusk - "Thunder"
Review: Moxie Presents Volume Two Sampler is the first physical release from Moxie's compilation series of the same name on her newly conceived 'On Loop' imprint. The compilation was released for free via Moxie's Soundcloud page in January 2016, and was met with rave reviews and radio support from the likes of Benji B, Gilles Peterson, Annie Mac and Toddla T. This sampler features 3 tracks taken from the compilation and an exclusive Dub of Medlar's 'In Dreams,' the original of which was a highlight on the compilation.
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Bell Everywhere (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: WEST 001. Rel: 15 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Bell, Everywhere 1 (6:22)
  2. Bell, Everywhere 2 (7:00)
  3. Bell, Everywhere 3 (5:44)
  4. B2 Or Not B2 (4:34)
Review: Wolf Music alumnus Medlar teams up with multi instrumentalist Ishmael here for the inaugural release of West Friends which is brought to you by Peckham record store Rye Wax as their new sublabel. "Bell, Everywhere 1" is deep house that delves into the truly exotic. There's more funky and syncopated rhythms complimented by lush bell tones on "Bell, Everywhere 2" while on the flip, we've go "B2 Or Not B2", a cute drum track featuring an odd selection of hits that somehow work together supported by pawn shop synth bleeps.
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Cat: WEBMG 02LP. Rel: 29 Mar 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Shirley Lites - "Heat You Up (Melt You Down)" (Medlar extended edit) (8:08)
  2. Love Club - "Hot Summer Nights" (Medlar dub edit) (6:18)
  3. Kenix - "There's Never Been (No One Like You)" (feat Bonny Youngblood - Medlar edit) (7:29)
  4. Sweet Life - "I Get Lifted" (Medlar dub) (5:52)
Review: On this officially licensed release, Wolf Music regular Medlar gets a chance to rework some of his favourite West End Records tracks. He's done a fine job, too, delivering reworks that suit contemporary dancefloors, while paying due reverence to the superb source material. He begins by rearranging and extending Shirley Lites' most famous moment, the boogie-era brilliance of "Heat You Up (Melt You Down)", before slicing together bits of the vocal and instrumental versions of Love Club's steamy electrofunk slammer "Hot Summer Nights". On the flip, he heads towards more traditional disco territory, first cutting up Kenix's sweet hearted "There's Never Been (No One Like You)", before reaching for the dub effects on a brilliant revision of Sweet Life's "I Get Lifted".
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Wolf EP 18 (12")
Cat: WOLFEP 018. Rel: 01 May 13
Deep House
  1. Session Victim - "Random Blues"
  2. Medlar - "Carry It"
  3. Squarehead - "Be Withou"
  4. Ishmael - "Au Juju"
Review: Big manoeuvres as usual from the Wolf Music crew on their 18th release! Session Victim must rank amongst the most high profile inductees into the Wolf Music series so it makes perfect sense for the German duo to open proceedings with the classic slab of European deepness that is "Random Blues". Worthy of a Raw Cuts release, Session Victim weave dusty drums, sweet vocal intonations and the warmest of basslines together with the resultant laid back track likely to be much played in Croatia over the summer evenings. Complementing this, "Carry It" from Wolf Music regular Medlar adopts a similar hazy house tone whilst the flip holds a pair of newcomers in Squarehead and Ishmael - the latter's cut is particularly special!
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Walk EP (12")
Cat: DOG 47. Rel: 18 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. Walk (6:10)
  2. Walk (Soulphiction remix) (6:19)
  3. I On You (6:12)
Review: Delusions Of Grandeur have been relatively quiet on the release front this year, but they're back with a bang thanks to this latest collaborative effort from Dan Shake and Medlar. The former has gotten a name thanks to being the first non-Detroiter on Moodymann's Mahogani Music, while the latter has been pushing his disco-friendly take on house music largely via the Wolf Music imprint. They got two cuts on here, the first one being a boogie-leaning, hazy summer club jam in the form of "Walk", and the second one a jazzier affair with plenty of soulful vocals and tribal drums called "I On You". Philpot bossman Soulphiction takes care of transforming "Walk" into a pot of filter-licking madness, where the percussion is stretched and freaked out further out into the ether compared to the original. What a package!
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