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All I Do (7")
Cat: AHS 019. Rel: 02 Jul 20
  1. All I Do (Ryuhei The Man 45 edit vocal) (4:05)
  2. All I Do (Ryuhei The Man 45 edit instrumental) (4:05)
Review: Japanese live outfit, A Hundred Birds has a thing for creating classic covers. Over the course of their career, they've recorded countless covers, including organic, string-laden interpretations of techno scene staples such as "Blackwater" (originally recorded by Octave 8) and "Knights of the Jaguar" (The Aztec Mystic). Last year they offered up another warm and wonderous cover, this time of Stevie Wonder classic "All I Do". Here it gets a new lease of life courtesy of scalpel fiend Ryu The Man, who has delivered tightened-up, floor-friendly vocal and instrumental edits of the warm, rich, soulful and undeniably summery cover version. Both are rather good, though it's the vocal version that will win over dancers.
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Afrodesia Episode One (12" Nachpressung)
Cat: BSTX 067. Rel: 11 Jun 20
  1. Deep Down In Zanzibar (6:42)
  2. Desert Storm (6:32)
  3. Meet In Tunis (5:28)
  4. Orion Beat (6:17)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Afrodesia may come on like another dusted down gem from those dedicated detectives at Best, but it is in fact a modern construction from the talented studio trysts of Mystic Jungle and Whodamanny from the Periodica camp. These Italian producers have more than proved their knack for crafting sublime, honey-smooth jams with a nod to the golden studio era of the 70s and 80s, and they're more than up to the task on this killer 12" of heavy funking jams with a dose of boogie and a nod to Ivory Coast disco. It's quite simply perfection, rendered with love and attention to detail, but utterly natural in its feel and flavour.
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  1. Akabu - "Ride The Storm" (feat Linda Clifford - Saison remix) (7:21)
  2. The Love Symphony Orchestra - "Let Me Be Your Fantasy" (Dr Packer remix) (7:31)
  3. Joey Negro Presents The Sunburst Band - "Everyday" (JN Disco Re-Bump remix) (7:28)
  4. Art Of Tones - "Flower Child" (feat Anduze) (7:01)
Review: Like its numerous predecessors, 16th edition of Z Records' long running "Attack The Dancefloor" series is packed to the rafters with tried and tested dancefloor treats, most of which have never appeared on vinyl before. First up, Saison tackles Akabu's 2001 classic "Ride The Storm", turning it into a deep, bouncy and rubbery chunk of lilting, string-drenched house goodness, before Dr Packer delivers a subtly tooled-up take on The Love Symphony Orchestra's grandiose and sexually-charged 1978 disco classic "Let Me Be Your Fantasy". Label head honcho Joey Negro provides a superb deep disco rework of one of his own productions, the Sunburst Band's 2004 summer sing-along "Everyday", while Art of Tones' "Flower Child" is a flash-fried, disco-funk romp laden with superb lead vocals from Anduze.
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Cat: FVR 164. Rel: 11 Jun 20
  1. Summer Body (6:49)
  2. Summer Body (Charles Maurice dub version) (6:23)
  3. Breakfast In Space (8:00)
  4. Breakfast In Space (Charles Maurice dub version) (4:10)
Review: Should you be hankering after some suitably positive music right now - and let's face it, most of us are - then we'd recommend checking out this fine four-tracker from French jazz-funk combo Aldorande. There are two original cuts to choose from: the languid, laid-back and undeniably sunny breeziness of "Summer Body" - all female scat vocals, bustling jazz-funk bass, sweet pianos, two-step beats and boogie synths - and the bolder, more electronic fizz of "Breakfast In Space", which reminded us a little of vintage weather report. Charles Maurice delivers instrumental Dub versions of both, naturally beefing up the basslines and adding a little extra percussive pressure.
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Cat: GB 14. Rel: 16 Jun 20
  1. Underneath The Lights (7:26)
  2. Can't Stop The Jump (8:00)
Review: DJ friendly dancefloor cuts once again from the Gator Boots camp, with a two track EP of razor sharp heaters by the mysterious Ancient Deep, following up some great ones by G. Markus, Blue Mondays and Soul Clap. There is certainly a familiar vibe on A side cut "Underneath The Lights", a sultry late night vocal number with sleazy guitar licks, creamy Rhodes and a string section so warm it'll get the emotions running wild. On the flip, things go deeper into the night with its unmistakable hook from a right classic. It's called "Can't Stop The Jump" and is as slo-mo and lo-slung as you like it - perfect for the afterhours if we do say so ourselves!
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Cat: DISCOMAT 007. Rel: 26 May 20
  1. Laying On The Sofa (Mark Kamins remix) (6:08)
  2. La Tete Contre Les Murs (Marc Moulin remix) (5:24)
Review: Some years back, Permanent Vacation dipped into the back catalogue of decidedly Balearic synth-pop trio Antenna before offering up a swathe of fresh remixes. Now Discomatin have decided to explore the solo discography of lead singer Isabelle Antena, serving up two rare contemporaneous remixes of 1987 singles by Mark Kamins and Marc Moulin respectively. The former's version of "Laying On The Sofa" is superb, with the Danceteria resident layering her fine lead vocals over delay laden electro beats, warm Rhodes chords, glistening guitars and elastic bass guitar. Moulin's body-popping, synth and drum-machine fired revision of "La Tete Contre Les Murs" is arguably even better and undeniably funkier. It goes without saying that both tracks are superb.
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Check It Out People (7" limited to 300 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: SSR 218. Rel: 10 Jul 20
  1. Beastie Boys Vs MFSB - "Check It Out People" (4:19)
  2. MFSB - "People All Over The World" (dub) (4:08)
Review: The latest edition in DJ Soopasoul's "Soopastole Edits" series looks like it may fly off the shelves, and with good reason. The lead cut is not an edit per se, but rather a crafty, clever and expertly produced mash-up that places selected rap flows from the acapella version of Beastie Boys classic "Ch-Check It Out" over a tightened up and fattened up rearrangement of MFSB's disco-era jam "People All Over The World". Sometimes these kinds of mash-ups can be messy, but this genuinely isn't, with the Beasties' vocals fitting the backing track like a glove. Over on side B Soopasoul shares his tweak of the MFSB track, which is entirely instrumental bar periodic use of the band's female backing vocals. In a word: ace!
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Gespielt von: SOOPASOUL, LEGO EDIT
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I Know You Care (reissue) (Juno exclusive) (white vinyl 7" limited to 150 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: EX 7014WHITE. Rel: 14 Jul 20
  1. I Know You Care (Arranged & Produced By Roy Ayers) (5:18)
  2. It's Your Love (Arranged & Produced By Roy Ayers) (4:01)
Review: Two monster female led crossover soulful gems arranged and produced by Roy Ayers. Limited to 150 copies and specially pressed on white vinyl for Juno...
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Heart's Desire (reissue) (Juno exclusive) (white vinyl 7" limited to 150 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: DB1 2010WHITE. Rel: 14 Jul 20
  1. Heart's Desire (4:29)
  2. Holding You Loving You (4:12)
Review: Doesn't get better than this. Two killer much sampled funky soul classics back to back on one handy 45 from Don Blackman...Once heard...never forgotten. Pressed up for Juno on white vinyl and limited to just 150 copies...
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Synthetic Substitution (7" Nachpressung) (1 per customer)
Cat: BAB 001RP. Rel: 13 Jul 20
  1. Melvin Bliss - "Syntheic Substitution" (extended Break edit) (3:50)
  2. Sweet Daddy Floyd - "I Just Can't Help Myself" (extended Break edit) (4:17)
Review: This tasty, DJ-friendly 7" single boasts two extended, break-heavy reworks of obscure and in-demand soul workouts. On the A-side you'll find a tasty extension of Melvin Bliss's superb, piano-heavy 1983 cut "Synthetic Substitution". While Bliss's brilliant original - all heartfelt vocals, jaunty keys and warm bass - is largely kept in tact, the mystery re-editor naturally makes more of the opening breakbeat, which was sampled several times during hip-hop's "golden era". Flip for a similarly tasty rearrangement of Sweet Daddy Floyd's 1978 Blaxploitation style disco-funk shuffler "I Just Can't Help Myself", a cut rich in rolling breaks, densely layered percussion, punchy orchestration and "Shaft"-style guitar licks.
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Always There (7" Nachpressung)
Cat: EXS 006. Rel: 04 Jun 20
  1. Always There (3:51)
  2. Comin' Over Me (3:47)
Review: Destination 78/79: Expansion take us deep into the illustrious back cat of revered boogaloo fusionist Willie Bobo for two of his many fiery delights. Side A is his feel-heavy cult instrumental take on Ronnie Laws' disco classic "Always There" while Side B throws us into the heart of his 1979 album Bobo with gutsy raw soul power (and just a few cheeky funk slap bass twangs for good measure) Two stone cold classics together for the first time on 45.
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Cat: FL 008. Rel: 27 May 20
  1. Paradise's Love (Kon's remix) (7:25)
  2. Paradise's Love (Fantasy Love remix) (5:06)
  3. Paradise's Love (3:24)
Review: Those dusty-fingered boogie diggers with long "wants lists" should be familiar with "Paradise's Love", an obscure 1982 single from one-shot outfit Bordeaux that has been known to change hands online for hundreds of pounds a go. Here it gets the reissue treatment, with the colourful, Prince-goes-AOR disco style original version (track 3) being joined by two fresh remixes. The headline-grabbing treatment comes from KON, who beefs up the bottom end, makes much of the original's carnival-ready touches (whistles and so on), emphasizes the rubbery bassline and extends it to a dancefloor-friendly seven-and-a-half minutes. Equally as impressive is the Fantasy Love Remix, which instead chooses to up the tempo and push up the original version's P-funk sounds.
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Caffe Corretto Edits 01 (hand-stamped 12" + sticker)
Cat: CCE 01. Rel: 24 Jun 20
  1. Sweet Brasil (5:41)
  2. Aroma Club (6:44)
  3. Arabica Selection (6:46)
  4. West Africa (6:32)
Review: A new week, a new edits label, this time from BPlan & Fab_o. It kicks off in fantastic fashion with four edits that will boost your spot no end. There is loose and jumbled afro-disco on "Sweet Brasil" and then stripped back disco-house loops a la early DJ Sneak on "Aroma Club". The flip side again leans on afro for its sunny vibes with "Arabica Selection" and it might be that the best is saved until last. "West Africa" is built on funky bass riffs, with flailing percussion, chunky drums and vocal chants that will lock in any crowd.
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Cat: WES 22149WHITE. Rel: 18 Jun 20
  1. You Can't Have Your Cake & Eat It Too (vocal) (5:57)
  2. You Can't Have Your Cake & Eat It Too (instrumental Cake mix) (6:50)
  3. You Can't Have Your Cake & Eat It Too (6:27)
Review: The Westend treasure trove seems as deep as Mary Poppins' bag once you start digging into it. This latest trick is from 1982 and has a real sense of humour as well as standout piano playing, joyful up beat vibes and powerful drums. As vocalist Taylor and her backing singers keep remind us throughout, we can't have it both ways when it comes to love, but we can have this song as a way to get over any romantic troubles. It comes with a vocal, instrumental and original mix that all offer slightly different but equally great variations.
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Afro Disiac EP (limited heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SMS 017. Rel: 18 May 20
  1. Afro-Disiac (6:04)
  2. Smoothie (6:03)
  3. Brazilian Groove (De Gama Re-Groove) (6:53)
Review: There should be no end to the amount of sunny afro disco tunes in your collection. Italian label Samosa are always happy to help with that and this latest outing by C. Da Afro is a perfect collision of soul and funk, jazz and afro styles. Opener "Afro-Disiac"'s horn leads, sultry sax lines and dub disco beats are perfection. "Smoothie" goes further with a bristling and earthy energy conjured by plenty of jangling rhythms and organic percussive sounds before the pumping and celebratory sounds of De Gama's "Re-Groove" of "Brazilian Groove" closes things out in fine fashion. Authentic, lovably loose and impossibly radiant stuff.
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Full Level (JB Boogie mix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SCMV 001. Rel: 08 Jun 20
  1. Full Level (5:47)
  2. Full Level (JB Boogie mix) (6:07)
Review: It's been an extremely busy year for Greek producer C Da Afro already, with smokin' hot releases recently dropped on Moiss Music, Love Harder, Sound Exhibitions and Samosa. Now he's kicking off the vinyl branch of SpinCat Music with the utterly joyous grooves of "Full Level". It's an 80s-soaked ray of sunshine with boogie in its heart and more classic motifs than you can shake an FM synth at. Keeping the era but switching the style, regular collaborator JB Boogie offers up a remix on the flip that sinks down deeper into the funk of the original, but not at the expense of those sugary sweet synth lines.
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Cat: SRMNOI 12 1. Rel: 10 Jul 20
  1. It All Began In The East (The Sacred Rhythm version) (11:48)
  2. It All Began In The East (The Cosmic Arts Koto version) (3:39)
  3. A Dance For Gratitude (Joaquin's Congo Arts Drum version) (7:15)
  4. It All Began In The East (The Cosmic Arts Meditational mix) (3:18)
Review: Two years ago, Joaquin "Joe" Clausell donned his occasional Mental Remedy alias and offered up "A Journey To Noi", a decidedly spiritual album that mixed Japanese instrumentation with his usual ambient and deep house sounds. On this 12", Clausell offers up some heady new interpretations that - like much of his work over the last decade - are built around the percussive power of African rhythms. The opening "Sacred Rhythm Version" of "It All Began In The East" is particularly potent, with Clausell cloaking a warm, organic and percussive Afro-house beat in distinctive Japanese Koto melodies and jazzy piano flourishes. We'd also recommend the formidably heavy, drum-laden rework of "Dance For Gratitude", whose Latin American bassline and simmering synth-strings are almost as addictive as the weighty groove they sit upon.
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Crazy Gang (remastered) (hand-numbered transparent yellow vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: MD 31815. Rel: 27 May 20
  1. Every Sunday (5:24)
  2. Computerize (3:58)
  3. A Discomatic Rodeo (4:37)
  4. Telephone Computer (3:57)
Review: Formed by Carlo and Franco Bixio in the early 1980s, Crazy Gang was a tongue-in-cheek Italo-disco project whose rotating cast of members and guest musicians included the great (and prolific) Claudio Simonetti. This must-check EP offers up a quartet of cuts from the outfit's now hard-to-find 1983 debut album. There's plenty of rushing, wonderfully camp, arpeggio-driven Italo-disco on show - see the sparkling "Computerize", Bobby Orlando-esque "Every Sunday" (whose talkbox-tinged vocals are particularly memorable) and guitar solo-laden opener "Every Sunday" - though arguably the most potent cut of all expertly fuses electro and P-funk. Tucked away at the end of the EP, "A Discomatic Rodeo" is the kind of madcap, riff-laden '80s workout that would later inspire Daft Punk to create some of their most memorable cuts.
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Devin Dare Edits (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: RNT 051. Rel: 19 May 20
  1. Clash & Burn (5:22)
  2. KOHO2 (5:26)
  3. Dust (6:18)
  4. Stop (7:23)
Review: Since debuting on Stilove4music in 2012, Brooklyn duo Devin Dare has offered up an irregular smattering of brilliant EPs for the likes of Apron, Misterio and La Mission, including a couple of notable outings alongside London badman Stevie J AKA Funkineven. Here they showcase their scalpel skills via a first outing on local label Razor-N-Tape. They begin by offering an extra-percussive, party-starting revision of a low-slung, turn-of-the-80s deep disco-meets-punk funk affair ("Clash & Burn"), before romping their way through a weighty revision of a high-octane disco stomper ("KOHO2"). Over on side B, "Dust" sees them successfully re-wire a Hammond-heavy chunk of gospel disco-funk, while "Stop" is a pleasingly percussive revision of a soaring disco number.
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Take It Easy 003 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: TIE 003. Rel: 13 Jul 20
  1. Dirty Channels - "Guava Juice"
  2. DJLMP - "Track 3994"
  3. Memoryman Aka Uovo - "I Wonder"
  4. Bugsy - "Pomiri Dan"
Review: Milan based Take It Easy label and party is back. This third drop comes from label owners, Bugsy and DJLMP with the addition of the historical italian dj and Paradise Pizza's label owner Memoryman aka Uovo. After their big success "Watchin Out" and "Catch Me", The EP opens with an Afro-influeced sample stomper followed up by an afrobeat vocal tool by DJLMP. "I Wonder" open the B side with some crackly Detroit atmosphere by Memoryman aka Uovo. "Pomiri Dan" completes the set, percussive sample stomper by Bugsy on his first appearance on the label.
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Ever Changing Bubbles (12" limited to 300 copies Nachpressung) (1 per customer)
Cat: C56 073. Rel: 14 Jul 20
  1. Ever Changing Bubbles (Deep88 Balearic mix) (7:07)
  2. Ever Changing Bubbles (Deep88 Balearic dub) (5:29)
Review: They don't come much classier than Claremont 56, a label that deals in famously horizontal sounds that are superbly high quality. Deep88 is an Italian with a loveably analogue sound that is steeped in sunset house vibes. Add the two together and you have a perfect match. The a-side here finds Deep88 turn DJ Rocca and Leo Almunia's "Ever Changing Bubbles" into a lush Ibizan beach scene with sweet yacht rock riffs, warm drums and vocals that add an exotic feel. They're removed on the dub which is even more hypnotic.
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Cat: KON 001RE. Rel: 18 Jun 20
  1. I Want You For Myself (6:33)
  2. I Want You For Myself (KON extended remix) (10:40)
Review: Acclaimed crate-digger turned disco re-editor KON has decided to launch his own reissue imprint, Kontemporary. The idea is simple: to accompany re-mastered original tracks with fresh rubs from the man himself. 12" number one offers another opportunity to enjoy George Duke's soulful, sun-kissed, disco-era jazz-funk bomb "I Want You For Myself". On the A-side you'll find Duke's own impeccable 12" version, with KON's re-edit gracing the B. Having access to the original multi-track tapes has allowed the New York-based producer to not only include an atmospheric, extended intro (a tactic regularly used by fellow rework merchants The Revenge and Joey Negro), but also give more prominence to Duke's superb piano solos.
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ED 028 (12")
Cat: ED 028. Rel: 09 Jun 20
  1. Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee - "Shades Of Blue" (Thatmanmonkz remix) (5:50)
  2. Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee - "Cantina" (6:21)
  3. Hotmood - "Chico Shake" (6:08)
  4. Hotmood - "El-Artista" (7:04)
Review: Editorial's 28th vinyl outing is a split affair, with label mainstays Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee handling the A side and Hotmood holding court on the B. Interestingly, the standout of Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee's side is a wonderfully groovy, synth-sporting deep house re-make of "Shades of Blue" by Sheffield-based Leicester Lad Scott Moncrieff AKA Thatmanmonkz, though the head-nodding, toe-tapping chunk of jazz-funk/instrumental soul that follows it, "Cantina", is also rather good. As for Hotmood, they provide some instant party-starting vibes via the low-slung disco-funk-meets-house loop jam "Chico Shake", before exploring breezier dancefloor pastures via the flute-sporting goodness of "El Arista". In a word: solid.
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#11 Disco Pleasure (1-sided 12")
Cat: EDITDUB 11. Rel: 12 Jun 20
  1. Persia - "Inch By Inch" (7:32)
  2. Parlet - "Principle" (9:07)
Review: Prepare to strap yourself into for a super smooth ride on this 11th helping of steamy disco pleasure from Edit & Dub Recordings out of Tokyo. The icy cold vocals on Persia's "Inch By Inch" ride over feathered snares and rubbery kicks that are simply irresistible. Noodling synth funk and subtle cosmic rays all add lushness to a most succulent groove. The second a-side is "Principle" from Parlet and is another intimate and steamy disco number that worms its way into your affections with muted oboes, smooth-sliding grooves and a lead sax that has you hot under the collar.
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Monsieur Business (7" Nachpressung)
Cat: PEPITE 06. Rel: 22 Jun 20
  1. Monsieur Business (3:04)
  2. Monsieur Business (Aroop Roy rework) (4:17)
Review: In 1976, French band Edition Speciale released their debut album, "Allee Des Tilleuls". While much of the album saw them explore progressive rock and jazz-rock territory, it did contain one suitably groovy and life-affirming trip into jazz-funk territory, surprise LP standout "Mr Business". Here that cut gets a single release for the very first time courtesy of the dusty-fingered diggers at Pepite. You'll find the little-known band's languid, Clavinet and synthesizer-heavy original version on side A, with Aroop Roy's tidy contemporary rework on the B. Aroop sticks a rocket up the track's bottom end, underpinning the original song with peak-time-ready drums while wisely emphasizing his own killer bassline and catchy vocals.
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Funky Disco Music (12" Nachpressung)
Cat: FBNM 014. Rel: 30 Jun 20
  1. Funky Disco Music (4:15)
  2. Ndolo Embe Mulema (6:06)
  3. Bowa'a Mba Ngebe (3:32)
  4. Funky Disco Music (Riccio rerub) (7:46)
Review: Afro disco fresh from 79: Eko Roosevelt Louis's third album Funky Disco Music will go down as one of Cameroon's finest disco LPs. Produced and pressed by French label Dragon Phenix, it's still reasonably easy to track down, too. For a taster, grab three of its tropical charms on this Fly By Night repress: "Funky Disco Music" is an infectious vocal-led cut that's written solely to make people get down, "Ndolo Embe Mulema" struts with much more Afro rock fusion while the harmonies of "Bowa'a Mba Ngebe" are sweeter than the finest honey you've ever tasted. For contemporary kicks Riccio has expertly touched the title track for a modern dancefloor/DJ friendly punch. Perfect.
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Soho Phaze (12")
Cat: SOHOT 4. Rel: 09 Jun 20
  1. Soho Phaze (5:37)
  2. Soho Nights (6:22)
Review: Mysterious UK artist Elixia released just one record, and it was this one back in 1983. Utterly futuristic and filled with mad studio trickery, it's a deconstructed disco tune with myriad filters, phasers and multi-track trickery, jazz-funk instrumentals and whistles, bells, the lot. It's a rather under the radar track that deserves more attention and now gets it thanks to this full reissue. Both versions bare plenty of the same elements, but each one is arranged in a different fashion and with different effects playing out on each. Drop this one and watch the crowd erupt.
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Fire In My Heart (12" Nachpressung) (1 per customer)
Cat: ISLE 001. Rel: 08 Jun 20
  1. Fire In My Heart (original mix) (5:14)
  2. Won't Be Your Fool (original mix) (5:23)
  3. Fire In My Heart (instrumental dub) (5:15)
Review: Escape From New York's 1984 cut "Fire In My Heart" has long been considered something of a Balearic classic. Original copies of the Rollerball Records release 12" are hard to come by, though, so this reissue is more than welcome. The original version - all slo-mo electro drums, rubbery dub bass, exotic melodies and intoxicating vocals - is joined by the now infamous Instrumental Dub version, which has been a staple in Balearic DJs' sets for more than 30 years. If that wasn't enough, there's also a chance to savour to woozy, dub-influenced synth-pop of original bonus cut "Won't Be Your Fool".
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This Way EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PR 001. Rel: 07 Jul 20
  1. This Way
  2. Si Si Si
Review: Fabrizio Esposito was born in Naples / Italy into a family of passionate musicians and vinyl collectors. His father played guitar in Tony Esposito's band who was responsible for some classic Italo tracks from the early 80's. He spent his early childhood immersed in his grandparnent's extensive vinyl collection which he has since inherited, this collection heavily influenced Fabrizio and made him a fan of Italian Wave, Italo Disco, Neapolitan Funk, Soul and Disco. After all these years working in clubs and with artists Fabrizio decided it was time to realise his other dream and become a DJ and producer himself fusing together his rich musical heritage combined with his clear vision for the future, creating his own unique sound. Fabrizio explains that since he was 14 he had always been behind the scenes of parties, from a PR to a promoter, always watching the djs and producers working to create the party around them. Since this time he has always been an obsessive vinyl collector, its in his blood, so now it's time for Fabrizio to share his own passion for music with the world.

Fast forward to summer 2019, Fabrizio made his Ibiza debut DJ'ing alongside DJ Harvey and Pete Gooding at La Torre and soon after Fabrizio finished his debut track 'This Way' which was premiered by Harvey at his now 'Mercury Rising' party at Pikes.
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  1. Ethyene - "Let Love" (5:42)
  2. Carlo - "The Swindler" (6:32)
  3. Hotmood - "Magical Flight" (5:57)
  4. Rees - "The Way You Move" (6:04)
Review: We may not be able to gather to dance outdoors under a blazing sun or a blanket of stars, but there's no harm in a little musical daydreaming. That's what the latest multi-artist Ravenelli Disco Club release is all about: summery escapism that comes with a big dollop of rush-inducing disco release. Ethyene sets the tone with the colourful boogie-house fusion of "Let Love" - all twinkling synth motifs, echoing percussion hits, thickset grooves and hazy vocal samples - before Carlo raises the temperature via some jazzy deep house heaviness in the vein of Derrick Carter's "boompty" era. Over on side B, Hotmood's "Magical Flight" is a surging, string-drenched disco-house roller, while Rees' "The Way You Mood" is a tooled-up take on what sounds like a classic Philadelphia International cut.
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FAT 001 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: FAT 001. Rel: 29 Jun 20
  1. West Of North (5:24)
  2. Love Fever (5:14)
  3. Who Have Nothing (7:11)
Review: Brand new label Fat Edits succinctly sum up their MO with the title of their imprint alone. Whoever is behind the material knows how to mash up big samples and slamming drums right from the off. "West Of North" is sweaty and hard hitting with old school Chicago drums pumping away. "Love fever" recalls disco's hey day with its glossy diva vocals, here reworked over prickly drums with big horns and strings. "Who Have Nothing" is the righteous closer, with rapturous vocals getting hands in the air over tough kicks and incendiary hi hats.
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Cat: SALSBMG 20. Rel: 18 Jun 20
  1. First Choice - "Let No Man Put Asunder" (Moplen remix) (9:41)
  2. Candido - "Jingo" (Moplen remix) (10:26)
Review: Italian purist editor Moplen gets given the raw stems of two famous Salsoul classics: First Choice's game-changing "Let No Man Put Asunder" and Candido's light-years ahead of time thumper "Jingo". The former gets a little dancefloor edge as the vocal begins to loop towards the end and the groove gains more momentum. The latter remains one of the most driving, physical and addictive tunes Salsoul ever released but with added length and more of dynamic in the percussion. Known for adding little to no additional production, once again Moplen's extensions and rearrangements are done in their most honest form.
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Cat: SALSBMG 14WHITE. Rel: 18 Jun 20
  1. First Choice - "Dr Love" (Late Nite Tuff Guy Hypnotizin' Groove) (5:33)
  2. Double Exposure - "Everyman" (Late Nite Tuff Guy rework) (5:31)
  3. First Choice - "Love Having You Around" (Late Nite Tuff Guy rework) (6:37)
Review: There are few more celebrated edit kings than Late Nite Tuff. Now he is back once again with the goodness, this time tackling killer racks by First Choice and Double Exposure. All of the source material here is considered to be stone cold classic, so he's brave if nothing else. But of course, he also has the skills to make these edits worth your while - he extends the breaks, lets the grooves roll on and ensures the vocals remain in place to really get hearts sweeping and hands in the air. The unabashed funk, soul and disco joy of his take on Double Exposure's "Everyman" might be the standout here.
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Faded By The Sun (limited 12")
Cat: RSD 018. Rel: 01 Jun 20
  1. Faded By The Sun (12" version) (7:36)
  2. Celebration Ritual (12" version) (6:39)
Review: Some good news: Blair French has finally put the finishing touches to his follow-up to 2014 debut album "Through The Blinds". It's called "The Art Is Us" and will apparently be released in September. To get us in the mood, Rocksteady Disco has decided to offer-up extended versions of two of the LP's most club-ready cuts. A-side "Faded By The Sun" is particularly potent and sees French successfully joining the dots between Afro-house, electrofunk and glassy-eyed new wave synth-pop. It's a curious stylistic fusion, but one that genuinely works. He moves further towards Balearic Afro-disco territory on B-side "Celebration Ritual", where kalimba and marimba motifs skip away atop fast-fingered disco bass and heavily layered tribal percussion.
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Cat: TAS 004. Rel: 02 Jun 20
  1. Friend's Jacuzzi - "Dancing Bird" (4:39)
  2. Holkin - "Mountain Breeze" (5:02)
  3. Holkin - "Georgian Wedding" (5:30)
  4. Holkin - "Guitar Hero" (4:51)
Review: We've been quietly impressed with the quality of the scalpel works showcased on Russia's It's A Steal label to date, in part because they tend to avoid the obvious and focus on obscure and off-kilter source material. The label's fourth missive is another must-check affair. Newcomer Friend's Jacuzzi kicks things off with a tidy rearrangement of what sounds like a rubbery, turn-of-the-80s Russian disco-funk gem, before label regular Holin takes over with "Mountain Breeze", a wonderful tweak of a clarinet-laden deep jazz-funk gem. He's at the controls on side two, where the slap-bass heavy Russian disco-boogie flex of "Georgian Wedding" (a track that features a brilliantly over the top spoken word vocal and piano solos aplenty) is joined by the eccentric Eastern European new age/jazz-funk/jazz fusion quirkiness that is "Guitar Hero".
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Stop (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ART 002. Rel: 07 Jul 20
  1. Stop (8:48)
  2. Remember (8:46)
Review: The first instalment of the Gallery edits series, which landed in stores at the very end of 2019, was an artful, off-kilter treat, so we're expecting big things from this eagerly awaited follow-up. A-side "Stop" is simply superb: a clattering, delay-laden, dub disco style revision of a poodle perm-sporting bunch of early-to-mid-'80s electronic disco laden with percussion hits, ear-pleasing synthesizers, druggy, arpeggio-style bass and familiar-sounding vocal snippets. It just keeps building throughout, suggesting dancefloor pandemonium is almost guaranteed. Flipside "Remember" is rather good, too, with the mystery audio art lovers re-wiring a deliciously camp, over-the-top electro-disco stomper.
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GU feat THICK
Cat: SJU 12R31. Rel: 01 Jul 20
  1. Shake That Body (6:26)
  2. Shake That Body (Dubbl) (6:28)
  3. Shake That Body (remix) (6:24)
Review: It may have taken the best part of six months, but Glenn Underground has finally delivered his first new music of 2020. The Chicago house legend is in fine form on "Shake That Body", a warm and jazzy chunk of deep house/disco fusion rich in tasty instrumentation and topped off by a fine female lead vocal courtesy of newcomer T.H.I.C.K. It's accompanied on the A-side by the superb "Dubbl" version, which sees Glenn Underground strip the track back to a killer dub disco groove before bringing back the keys, acoustic guitars, spacey synths and snippets of T.H.I.C.K's vocal. Over on the flip you'll find a seductive "Remix" that subtly moves the track closer to deep, soulful house territory.
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Cat: MS 498. Rel: 14 Jul 20
  1. Los Conquistadores Chocolates (Moplen Dizco Delight - part 1) (8:46)
  2. Los Conquistadores Chocolates (Moplen Dizco Delight - part 2) (8:02)
Review: Johnny Hammond's "Los Conquistadores Chocolates" is a seminal slice of long form jazz funk from 1975, which has long been coveted by collectors and DJs and flexed over by dancers for decades. Now expert disco archaeologist and multi-track remixer par excellence Moplen has taken this holy grail to task with a respectfully epic two part opus that takes up both sides of this 12" on High Fashion. This is editing as carried out with utmost reverence for the source material and the hands-on ways in which the pioneers first carried out this ritual of extending the groove. If you need a lesson on how an edit should be done, look no further.
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Witch (12")
Cat: MAXI 104112. Rel: 09 Jun 20
  1. Witch (vocal version) (6:58)
  2. Witch (instrumental Vesion) (6:52)
  3. Witch (Flemming Dalum remix) (5:35)
  4. Witch (Hysteric edit) (7:10)
Review: Italian singer Elena Ferretti was popular on the Italo and Eurobeat scene between the early '80s, produced by the likes of Giacomo Maiolini, Mauro Farina, Sergio Dall'Ora and Giancarlo Pasquini. One of her best known hits is the song "My World" (as Sophie). Here we have a reissue of Feretti's highly valued Italo classic (to those who know) in the form of "Witch" under the Helen alias - with which she used for half a dozen or so tracks in her career. A typically neon-lit Italo disco anthem of the timeless variety, with additional remixes by Centre Neptune chief Flemming Dalum and mad Aussie Hysteric - both of them giving the track a nice reshape for modern dancefloors.
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Hit It N Quit It (Cratebug & Jamie 3:26 Edit Remix) (reissue) (1-sided white vinyl 12" Nachpressung) (1 per customer)
Cat: SALBMG 11 WHITE. Rel: 22 May 20
  1. Hit It N Quit It (Cratebug & Jamie 3:26 edit remix) (7:33)
Review: Chicago stalwarts Cratebug and Jamie 3:26 were relatively little-known when they joined forces to create this killer rework of Loleatta Holloway's Salsoul classic "Hit 'N' Run" way back in 2011. The interpretation, which laces choice passages of Holloway's impassioned vocal over a loopy and driving house groove reminiscent of Paperclip People's "Throw", first appeared on vinyl as part of Lumberjacks In Hell's now impossible-to-find Chicago Service compilation four years ago. Happily, Salsoul has decided to reissue it on this must-have, single-sided 12". It's more of a remix than a re-edit, and is guaranteed to get things going at peak-time. Basically, it's a banger, and you need it in your box.
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  1. Loleatta Holloway - "Runaway" (Dr Packer rework) (6:55)
  2. Rafael Cameron - "Let's Get It Off" (Dr Packer rework) (6:13)
  3. Ripple - "The Beat Goes On & On" (Dr Packer rework) (7:30)
  4. The Salsoul Orchestra - "You're Just The Right Size" (Dr Packer rework) (6:07)
Review: UK born, Australia based DJ and producer Dr Packer is back with more of his on point edits. He tackles some serious disco heavyweights here on Salsoul and first off, disco diva Loleatta Holloway and her mega-hit "Runaway" gets a fresh 2020 update with some soul uplifting studio skills. A heavy funk remix of Rafael Cameron's "Let's Get It Off" is next, with the original still taking centre stage, then the shimmering and glistening disco gold of Ripple's "The Beat Goes On" follows before in-house collective The Salsoul Orchestra also get treated to some elegant orchestral work and a sultry vocal hook.
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Cat: GLITS 055. Rel: 15 Jun 20
  1. Jump Into The Light (7" mix) (3:35)
  2. Falling Deep In Love (Joey Negro 7" Disco Blend) (4:06)
Review: For the last two years, legendary London crew Horse Meat Disco has been teasing the release of its long-awaited debut album via a series of scintillating singles featuring guest vocals from the likes of Amy Douglas and, even more impressively, Kathy Sledge. Here they offer up their second collaboration with the legendary disco diva. "Jump Into The Light" is little less than a tribute to the Chic sound featured on the greatest Sister Sledge records, with Kathy Sledge delivering a typical fine lead vocal over Bernard Edwards style bass, Nile Rodgers-esque guitars and glittering orchestration. Over on side B there's a chance to enjoy Joey Negro's cut-down "Disco Blend" of previous single "Falling Deep In Love", which adds a little house flavour whilst retaining the crew's disco instrumentation.
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Marching In Time 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ERC 092. Rel: 22 Jun 20
  1. Gimme Your Lovin (5:47)
  2. Dr Sarmaz (6:17)
  3. Feel It Flow (4:00)
  4. Atai (L'eau Est Chaude) (4:38)
  5. Culture Rescue Service (5:09)
Review: Here's a record perfectly suited to the Emotional Rescue sphere. International Noise Orchestra was born out of a collaboration between Berliner Ulrich Homberg and Algerian drummer Jol Allouche, first embarked on in the 1980s when they sought to combine 'new technology with old'. The results are wonderfully vibrant, evocative of the era but also packed with open-ended experimentation that sounds fresh more than 30 years later. There's a push and pull between the collaborating parties, but the frisson between cultures and methods is where this record gets its unique groove from, all delivered with a slick 80s cool it's hard to resist.




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Pleasure Centre Remixed (12" picture disc)
Cat: BA 50V. Rel: 02 Jul 20
  1. Sweet Time (feat Izo FitzRoy - Yuksek remix) (4:22)
  2. 24HR Fling (feat Wolfgang Valbrun - Opolopo remix) (6:28)
  3. Don't Want This To Be Over (feat Satchmode - Jean Tonique remix) (4:24)
  4. Soul Liberator (feat Sanguita - Kerem Akdag remix) (3:16)
  5. Say The Word (feat Nic Hanson - Atjazz remix) (6:37)
  6. Twilight (feat Izo FitzRoy - Titeknots remix) (5:53)
  7. Pleasure Centre (Turbotito extended remix) (7:24)
Review: Here's something to set the pulse racing: a bumper collection of fresh remixes of tracks from Kraak & Smaak's superb 2019 album "Pleasure Centre". The Dutch combo's varied choice of remixers is notable, though it's the fact that they've all delivered the goods that makes the set so impressive. The plentiful highlights include Yuksek's driving, dub disco-inspired tweak of "Sweet Time", a deliciously dusty and drowsy downtempo soul revision of "Soul Liberator" by Karem Akdag, Atjazz's lusciously jazzy deep house version of "Say The Word", an acid-fired Turbitto re-wire of "Pleasure Centre" and a frankly superb boogie-house update of "24Hr Fling" by Mr Reliable himself, Opolopo.
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Cat: VINYLATORS 04. Rel: 09 Jun 20
  1. Extended Woman (8:20)
  2. Piano Woman (4:34)
  3. Dub Woman (8:02)
Review: One of disco's biggest divas gets served up on a red hot platter here by Vinylators. "Extended Woman" is eight plus minutes of bubbling, piano laced and string happy disco with the iconic "I'm every woman" vocal taking centre stage over nice clipped drums. It's a tasteful edit that brings all the key parts to the fore. "Piano Woman" is more stripped back, with plenty of emphasis on some busy piano playing and the soaring original vocal left in place up top. "Dub Woman" is more paired back and built on the leggy drums, while plenty of golden strings add real colour.
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Cat: SG 359 R. Rel: 18 May 20
  1. (You've Got) That Something (extended version) (10:43)
  2. Dancing Into The Stars (extended version) (11:05)
Review: Boogie badman Leroy Burgess was responsible for some of the greatest disco and electrofunk jams of the early '80s. Even so, few were quite as special as "(You've Got) That Something", a 1981 killer that distilled all that was good about his productions - those distinctive cowbell patterns, life-affirming slap bass, spiraling synths, hard-wired disco guitars and one of his finest vocal performances - in one essential, 11-minute package. As on the original '81 12", it comes backed with the similarly impressive "Dancing Into The Stars", whose melodic bassline is arguably even better than that found on the A-side. If you don't already own a copy of the original pressing, this reissue should be an essential purchase.
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Knock Me Out EP (hand-stamped 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: BBR 014. Rel: 29 Jun 20
  1. Blow Your Mind (4:15)
  2. Knock Me Out (6:56)
  3. Luv Girl (6:25)
  4. Do It (If U Like) (7:26)
Review: When it comes to offering up authentically funk-fuelled, revivalist disco-funk treats, former crate digger to the stars turned re-editor and producer Lord Funk has an impressive track record. One of his most sought-after releases is 2018's colourful "Knock Me Out EP", so it's no surprise to see it being given the reissue treatment two years on. There's much to admire, from the early Sugarhill Records-sampling boogie/p-funk fusion of opener "Blow Your Mind", to the talkbox-sporting P-funk revivalism of "Knock Me Out" (seemingly a reissue of a lesser-known kaleidoscopic synth-funk gem from the early-to-mid '80s), and the rather brilliant, Prince style electrofunk headiness of closing cut "Do It (If U Like)".
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Cat: EXX 002. Rel: 19 May 20
  1. Uh Huh I Like It (Again) (6:21)
  2. Da Ya Think I'm Turkish? (6:00)
  3. I'm Petula (6:48)
Review: Best known for offering up a mixture of brightly coloured nu-disco and synth-tastic disco-house, Luxxury has always had a lesser-known side hustle as a re-editor and bootleg remixer. It's this hat that he's working on "Luxxury Reworks Volume 2". Up first is "Uh Huh, I Like It", a rolling, house-style revision of a reggae-fired disco favourite smothered in chunky beats and filter sweeps. He turns his attention to a slightly lesser-celebrated disco gem on "Do Ya Think I'm Turkish?", successfully lightly tooling up a Moog-laden Middle Eastern cover version of Rod Stewart classic "Do You Think I'm Sexy?", before unleashing the EP's standout moment on side B. Chugging, tactile and more loved-up than an MDMA-fuelled swingers party, "I'm Petula" is as sweet an AOR disco edit as you'll hear all year.
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Cat: CATX 2015YELLOW. Rel: 10 Jul 20
  1. All This Love That I'm Givin' (3:53)
  2. Maybe I'll Find Sombody New (3:25)
Review: Long time disco diva Gwen McCrae is an eternally in demand artist whose music reconnects with each new generation. "All This Love That I'm Givin'" is one of her biggest hits and for good reason. Now it gets a special 7" release on stunning yellow vinyl. The soaring vocals do most of the work but the tentative stabs help bring the funk. It's a totally different vibe on the flip with "Maybe I'll Find Somebody New", a much slower and more sensuous tune with luxurious strings and wind instruments complimenting her smooth and seductive vocal work.
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Disco Rap (hand-stamped 7") (1 per customer)
Cat: 45L D. Rel: 28 May 20
  1. D (3:06)
  2. DD (5:01)
Review: Fresh from the release of his tribute to hip-hop culture's dancefloor roots, the essential "Disco Rap" single, DJ Moar returns to familiar territory with a guest-packed album of boom-bap beats, blink-and-you-miss-them skits, and deliciously deep rap songs. Moar's backing tracks ripple with warm and woozy instrumental flourishes and jazzy samples, while the accompanying raps, from MCs including Napoleon Da Legend, Dirt Platoon, Sadat X and LS Brigandes, are on-point and entertaining. Such is the all-round quality, in fact, that it sounds like a long-lost set from hip-hop's golden age.
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