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4 Track EP (limited white vinyl 12")
Cat: FREEASSLTD WHITE. Rel: 16 Nov 12
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Love Affair
  2. River Stixx
  3. Goodie Goodie
  4. Love $weaters
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Cat: FREEASS 001. Rel: 18 Dec 12
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Love Affair
  2. River Stixx
  3. Goodie Goodie
  4. Love $weaters
Review: Those with painful memories of The Free Association, the ill conceived funk rock Supergroup of the same name fronted by David Holmes, should not fret as this 12" does not signal their return. Instead Free Association is the double A standard work of Andrew Allsgood and Alister Johnson, with this eponymous plate offering up four Balearic club jams that will appeal instantly to fans of the Black Disco operation or the much missed RVNG of the NRDS series. Indeed this record evokes that period pre-disco edits deluge where actual digging was involved, with all four tracks here pretty much a mystery to us. The A Side veers wonderfully from string heavy, low slung psyche-disco to minimal and slightly foreboding percussive workouts that sound like Serge Gainsbourg doped up in India. Our favourite cut however is "Goodie Goodie" which sounds suspiciously like a dark disco cover version of Pink Floyd.
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Free Association #2 (limited 12")
Cat: FREEASS 002. Rel: 08 Jul 13
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Sinned
  2. Redeemed
  3. Feel Alright?
Review: There's some serious attention to detail on this release. Myth Paradise's artwork is a sight to behold, and the audio is equally as overwhelming. Both "Sinned" and "Feel Alright" conjure up the smoky spirits of our stoner rock forefathers. The former does so with a laid back Balearic twang (and some cool Robert Plant style screams) while the latter goes all percussive, jazzy and hypnotic. "Redeemed", meanwhile, gets all gothic on our souls with big organ stabs over a nifty Afro beat rhythm.
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#3 (limited 12")
Cat: FREEASS 003. Rel: 16 Jun 14
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Grassland
  2. Zulu Salute
  3. Polyrhythm Jizm
Review: There's much to enjoy about Andrew Allsgood's Free Association edit series, from the psychedelic trippiness of the '70s rock-inspired artwork, to the impressive oddness of their source material. Of course, this would mean nothing if the edits didn't deliver, but to date they've been nothing less than inspired. There's more brilliance to be found on this third installment, from the voodoo percussion and slowly building intensity of "Polyryhthm Jizm", to the loose Afrobeat goodness of lead cut "Grassland". The EP's third track, the dense afro-rock epic "Zulu Salute" is arguably the highlight of another inspired collection of inventive and unusual re-edits.
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Naughty (12")
Cat: FASS 001. Rel: 30 Apr 13
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Naughty (original mix)
  2. Naughty (Cameo Culture remix)
  3. Naughty (Axel Boman remix)
Review: Brooklyn label Free Association arrives with the following label mantra; "The importance of Free Association is that the members speak for themselves, rather than repeating the ideas of others; they work through their own material, rather than parroting anothers." Their debut release sets a tone of quality with which Free Association will hopefully maintain, pairing original material from Stockholm trio Name In Lights with remixes from celebrated compatriot Axel Boman and Brooklyn newcomer Cameo Culture. Operating at a chunky sounding midtempo pace, "Naughty" sees Name In Lights spread incandescence across the channels with some star reaching synth patterns that tease out the inner glee from a chopped up soul vocal; it's an unashamedly happy track that the more considered selectors will consider a secret weapon over the summer months. Boman's remix is a typically eccentric take on house music, displaying a dizzying degree of musicality as it builds which will probably feel as equally ecstatic as the original when employed at the right moment. Cameo Culture's remix is a much more straight forward proposition, maintaining the original's chunky feel but adapting it to a bouncy deep house template
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