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Cat: GRIME 007. Rel: 18 Nov 13
  1. Tim McAllister - "Rollin'"
  2. Cratebug - "Get Up Move Your Body"
  3. Rahaan - "Buari Traxx"
Review: It's a family affair as Grimy returns with heat from the windy city known for amazing dance edits. Tim McAllister takes it out the gate with "Rollin'", a classic soul/disco beater replete with joyous flute trills, Leslie speaker efx and a pumping house kick. In-demand newcomer Cratebug's "Get Up Move Your Body" is a spacious, cosmic edit of a little-remembered Canadian gem. The song ends with an intuitive synth jam that will be enjoyed by DJs and home listeners alike. Longtime Grimy associate Rahaan ends things with a bang. His largely original "Buari Traxx" mixes Ghanaian rhythms with killer disco bass and the nuanced, tracky drum programming you could find on a DanceMania record. The brilliant track is built for the floor and also serves as an apt transition into Grimy Trax, a sister label that will release all new music. Chicago's still burning.
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Cat: DG10 004. Rel: 19 Sep 12
  1. Saucy Lady Touch It (Rahaan extended version)
  2. Saucy Lady Touch It (original version)
  3. Saucy Lady Touch It (Rahaan dub version)
Review: Hands down winner of 'title of the week', this cheeky disco number is brought to us by Chicago veteran Rahaan. Boasting the vocals of the mysterious Saucy Lady, the original is a warm and glowing retro disco romp complete with authentic brass and strings. Rahaan also provides a larger, extended mix in which he strips the opulence down to a more bareback groove, inserting a big and nasty raw electro bassline to help bring the dancefloor to a suitable climax (of joy).
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out of stock $14.50
On & On (12")
Cat: STILOVE4MUSIC 030. Rel: 04 Feb 11
  1. On & On (Rahaan remix)
  2. Luv Bugs
  3. If You Know Like I Know
Review: Chicago legend Rahaan is back on Jerome Derradji's Stilove4music imprint with some decidedly raw and dusty dancefloor tweaks housed in the most minimal of vinyl packaging. Whilst a blank house bag and unlabelled twelve inch is the epitome of no thrills, thankfully Rahaan steps up musically with the A Side dedicated to an extended minimalist version of Lipps Inc's "Funky Town" that's delightfully augmented by some additional "toot toot, beep beeps" from the first lady of disco, Donna Summer. Essentially Rahaan breathes new life into a track that's veering on the overplayed by stripping it of its musical excesses and concentrating on turning the remains into something sweaty and hypnotic. On the flip "Love Bug" pitches down the helium centric disco craziness of Bumblebee Unlimited's song of the same name to something more palatable and rearranges the track to shift the focus onto those glorious strings with the final product something less frenetic. Finally Teddy Pendergrass' already downright funky "If You Know Like I Know" gets embellished with some bottom end rawness.
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out of stock $9.32
Cat: DD 035. Rel: 08 Dec 14
  1. Sweet Stuff (Rahaan edit)
  2. You Got The Right To Dance (Rahaan edit)
Review: **Repress** Chicago disco legend Rahaan gets busy with two on-point edits for the long running Disco Deviance label. "Sweet Stuff" is Rahaan's take on Nino Tempo & 5th Avenue Sax. Warm chords, wheezing horns and a lolloping groove that builds and builds from smooth soul to straight up jazz funk. Flip for "You Got The Right To Dance", a fizzy take on Muzic Box, the horns are buried deep under an array of disco FX and heavy reverb while the vocals cut through with syrupy charm. Show stopping.
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out of stock $7.25
Grapes (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LIH 025. Rel: 02 Oct 17
  1. Move Out The Way
  2. Super Transfer
  3. Blue Line
Review: Edit king Rahaan makes a connection with the ever-prolific Lumberjacks In Hell, and he's sounding feisty on growling lead track "Move Out Of The Way". Dirty, distorted drums and simmering acid gurgles make for a perfect seedy dancefloor lube, setting the scene for the more forthright jack beat styles of "Super Transfer". Keeping the fuzzed out Chicago styles at the forefront, "Blue Line" swoops in at the end like some long lost Trax off-cut with all the grit and guts you would expect from the earliest days of pure, electronic house music.
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 in stock $6.48
Floor Jammers Vol 2 (limited 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PMJ 004. Rel: 02 Dec 14
  1. Rahaan - "Cosmic Lust"
  2. Andy Ash - "Feel Groove"
  3. Beaten Space Probe - "Glittering Days"
  4. Out In The Sticks - "A&S Dub"
Review: Borne out of the energy of the long running and much loved infrequent Sydney club night of the same name, the People Must Jam label has acted as a good conduit for the feel good disco those the other side of a large pond could expect from attending one of their parties. After two solo records from the ALWAYS EXCELLENT Mark Seven and local hero Inskwel, Sydney label People Must Jam return to the format with which they opened proceedings on the label; the split release Floor Jammers series. Volume 2 is fairly dominated by a classic slice of hi tempo instrumental disco from Chicago legend Rahaan, with Andy Ash and Beaten Space Probe winding down the tempo for two boogie laced cuts. Don't sleep on the final heavy proto house dub action from In The Sticks - some kicks on this one!
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Cat: DG 10001. Rel: 11 Apr 12
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Swinging To The Bass (Rahaan extended mix)
  2. Swinging To The Bass (Rahaan dub)
  3. Swinging To The Bass (Bruce Ivery remix)
Review: The music of London based collective Los Charly's Orchestra dips a 70s boogie sound with a Latin touch, and lends itself well to the exemplary mixing talents of Chi-town don Rahaan, who remixes "Swinging To The Bass" for Dopeness Galore Holland. Rahaan captures the funk that lies at the core of this track, using it as the base on which to manipulate and twist the music. It's a light footed disco cut, with a hook that slices clean through the spattering of jazz-licked murmurings. The dub mix overwhelms you with a driving bass line and tinkling piano solo, with Rahaan borrowing each epic element and composing a fresh and lively sound. Do check.
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Rainin Bleedin Boy (blue vinyl 12")
Cat: LIH 006. Rel: 25 Jun 12
  1. Rainin Bleedin Boy
  2. Flip Side
  3. War I Declare
Review: The excellent Lumberjacks In Hell imprint has served up some fine edits in its short lifespan to date, most notably from Chicago's Mutant Beat Dancer Traxx and the label's latest release turns to two other Windy City residents renowned for their collections and skills. Rahaan needs little introduction for the disco loving community with essential drops on Stillove4music, Disco Deviance and more, whilst Mr Sounds runs the excellent Bring The Heat website. This twelve is all about the A Side "Rainin Bleeding Boy" which puts a well loved UK EBM couple through the dub laden beatdown grinder - though DJs will get plenty of mileage out of both tracks on the B Side with "Flip Side" some supremely chopped up disco funk and "War I Declare" a stomping and heavily filtered bomb.
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Dessert Island Discs (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DID 017. Rel: 05 Oct 15
  1. Adjust holdin on (6:51)
  2. Fly Robbin' (6:20)
Review: Dessert Island Disc's 10th release features a brilliant disco gem from the mighty Rahaan on the A side while the B throws up another Aussie local with his own label but going under the pseudonym of Ted Empleton. Both tracks laid out for a friendly tour of any dance floor with a Disco Bent. They don't last long - no digital release either so grab a copy before they're all gone and going for ridiculous money on Discogs!
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out of stock $8.28
Cat: GRIME 006. Rel: 02 Apr 13
  1. Rahaan - "Rebound"
  2. Zernell & Rahaan - "What!"
  3. Tim McAllister - "I Need Help!"
Review: The highly anticipated release of Grimy Edits Vol. 6 is here with the type of monster edits you'd expect from GRIMY! On this sixth volume of the popular edit series you have Veteran Chicago DJs Zernell & Rahaan bringing the heat with Rahaan's supercharged version of Rebound as the 1st track, coupled with the Zernell - Rahaan collaboration of an obscure B-side Latin Disco / Break Beat Jam perfectly titled WHAT! Joined on the flip side of the release is veteran edit master Tim McAllister of M.I.L.C. Music fame who takes a lesser known JB 7" and transforms it into the dance foor killer titled "I Need Help!".
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out of stock $10.89
Luv N Haight Edit Series Vol 2 (clear vinyl 12" + free MP3 download code)
Cat: UBR 11305. Rel: 19 Oct 12
  1. Practice What You Preach (Zernell & Rahaan edit)
  2. Bump & Hustle Music (Zernell & Rahaan edit)
Review: The Luv N' Haight Edits series launched in style earlier this year, enlisting Nico Jaar and 78 Edits to rework two Mike James Kirkland classics to tie in with the annual Record Store Day festivities. This second volume sees Chicago duo Rahaan and Zernell tackle music from Tommy Stewart's self titled 1976 album, recently reissued by the Ubiquity sub label. If you're not familiar with Stewart's work then you need to check that LP, one of the defining releases of the pre-disco era and two of its highlights are given respectful touchdowns on this clear 12". There's an obvious deftness to the way Rahaan and Zernell loop up the intro bars of "Practice What You Preach" before dropping in those killer strings and then launching into the song itself, while the dirty funk of "Bump & Hustle Music" is only made more apparent by the duo's subtle arrangements. Big 12" for the discotheques!
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Whiskey Tango Foxtrot EP (brown vinyl 12")
Cat: ED 014. Rel: 01 Jul 15
  1. Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee - "Peoples Groove" (7:53)
  2. Matt Hughes - "Sunshine" (6:11)
  3. The Owl - "Pimp Talk" (6:38)
  4. Rahaan - "Fine Feelings" (7:30)
Review: Editorial Records return with more disco infused flavours from around the world. These four nice and slow re-edits are sure fire weapons for any disco DJs crate. Ed Wizard and Disco Double Dee take on Brass Construction much like Venus did on Sunshine People 15 years ago for another nice re edit. Matt Hughes' "Sunshine" is an equally good effort; wait for the drop! "Pimp Talk" by The Owl retains the sleazy grooves of the original and Rahaan's take on fine boogie workout 'Feeling Fine' does the business, as always.
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 in stock $9.85
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