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E Versions #1 (12" Nachpressung)
Cat: MERC 013. Rel: 12 Feb 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Kahn (11:11)
  2. Mingo (10:25)
Review: E Versions is a brand new edit-focused offshoot of Merc, seemingly allowing label boss Mark E an outlet for some of his unreleased reworks. Given the title, the spotters out there might easily guess what the source material for "Kahn" is, and it immediately calls to mind all those great reworks the Midlands-based producer did for Jiscomusic, Running Back and Golf Channel in the pre-disco edit flood era. It's complemented by the B-Side track "Mingo" which is much more indicative of the brand of hypnotic machine music Mark E is currently specialising in, and will appeal to fans of drums!!!
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Cat: MERC 016. Rel: 23 Jun 14
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Magazine
  2. Xam
Review: Earlier this year, Mark E returned to the re-edit scene in which he made his name with the first E Versions 12". For those who remember his brilliant early work on Jisco Music and Golf Channel - all hypnotic disco loops and slow-house attitude - it was something of a surprise treat. Here he delivers more clandestine reworks in a similar vein, delivering two deliciously hypnotic, drawn-out grooves that transform familiar favourites into wide-eyed Balearic chuggers. "Magazine" is particularly potent since it slows down and smacks out Madonna's "Vogue", in the process turning the track into a creeping endorphin blast of epic proportions. "Xam" ups the tempo slightly, building the action around baggy accordion samples and rising and falling melodies.
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Cat: MERC 025. Rel: 08 Oct 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Twilight Fade (7:42)
  2. Quarttz (7:02)
  3. First Thing (8:37)
Review: Mark E, it's been a while... After a short break, the Wolverhampton wanderer returns behind the wheel of his Merc for his first three originals of the year. As always with Mark, they're a beguiling, hazy and dense brew of sounds, feelings and ideas; From the dusky introspection and unhurried twinkles of "Twilight Fade" right the way through to the juicy loopy bass bites that's harmonised by strange machine chirps on the title track finale "First Thing", it's clear Mark E is back and he's not budging from the driver's seat anytime soon.
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E Versions #7 (12" Nachpressung)
Cat: MERC 023. Rel: 18 Jan 19
Deep House
  1. Dial Theory (Tony's Slice) (10:03)
  2. Dial Theory (Case Study #9) (new mix) (7:23)
Review: Mark E turns over duties on the latest E-Versions 12" to one of his most celebrated and respected namesakes, Mr Mark Seven! Fans of the Parkway Megamix from Mark Seven should be eminently familiar with "Dial Theory (Tony's Slice)", which is where Mark E first heard it. "A lot of telephone conversations, a lot of pleading, digging, sweat and tears" later and Parkway's Mark revealed to MERC's Mark it was an attempt to recreate a live mix by Tony Humphries he heard on Kiss cutting 2 copies of the phone conversation back and forward forever. All this talking has led to the track featuring here, a serious edit from MKVII indeed! The flipside acid cut, "Case Study 9" is just as potent too!
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Kinks (12")
Cat: MERC 014. Rel: 15 Jan 13
Deep House
  1. Kinks
  2. Boy In The Straw Hat
  3. Umbrella Creature
Review: Mark E's burgeoning understanding with keyboardist Nat Woodcock inspires a second release under the Project E banner in the shape of the three track Kinks EP, released on his own Merc imprint once again. Anyone who checked the debut release will know Project E comes imbued with a cosmic wanderlust, and this is most evident here on the soaring synth work that drives "Umbrella Creature". With humming pads, tender arpeggios and effervescent bleeps there's plenty of eyes closed transcendence to be enjoyed with that particular track, while the title number opts for a more seductive late night tone offset by the oddball vocal mantra from quaint English vocalist Greg Bird. "Boy In The Straw Hat" sits more in nagging Detroit house vein, full of roughly hewn drums and blue-note keys that would sit comfortably alongside Omar-S in a more mellow frame of mind.
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