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Let Yourself Go EP (feat D'Julz remix)
Cat: POD 029. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Minimal/Tech House
Let Yourself Go (7:05)
Power Of Them (6:13)
Dashed Street (6:42)
Dashed Street (D'Julz remix) (6:06)
Review: Mateo Dufour hails from Argentina and runs a number of his own labels but here finds himself on Politics Of Dancing with an irresistible new hand-stamped white label 12". It's direct to dancefloor business from the off with the bristling drums and perc powering along 'Let Yourself Go' beneath snatched vocal yelps. There is just as much silvery metallic texture on show in 'Power Of Them', a jacked-up house sound with more vocal encouragement and neon melodic phrases panning about the mix. 'Dashed Street' is a third and final steel-plated house cut before cultured Frenchman D'Julz remixes 'Dashed Street' into a smoother tech house cruiser.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $13.00
Never Stop EP (feat Boris Werner remix)
Cat: POD 030. Rel: 22 Apr 24
Minimal/Tech House
Let's Do This (7:18)
Let's Do This (Boris Werner's Bleep remix) (6:48)
Mamma (7:08)
Never Stop (6:38)
Review: The Politics Of Dancing label hits release number 30 here with a suitably fresh new offering that finds the eponymous label head stepping up with three balmy new tunes. 'Let's Do This' is fresh as you like house music with deep drums and heady pads circling round in cosmic fashion. Boris Werner's Bleep remix is a little more driving and thumping for the later hours and then 'Mamma' again gets its head up amongst the stars with more colourful synth work before the liquid and loopy house pumper 'Never Stop' closes out a lively and vibrant EP.
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 in stock $13.00
Soul Brothers EP (feat Franco Cinelli mix)
Cat: POD 028. Rel: 09 May 23
Deep House
Close To Gate (7:03)
Soul Brothers (7:05)
Simple Minds (6:31)
Simple Minds (Franco Cinelli remix) (7:50)
Review: Politics Of Dancing once again gets our vote here with some balmy deep house propositions from the eponymous production team working alongside French stylist Djebali. 'Close To Gate' layers balmy pads and smeared chords over punchy and dynamic drums with plenty of cosmic effects up top. There is a little more urgency to 'Soul Brothers' which skates and skips along nicely beneath shimmering vocals sounds and wispy melodies. 'Simple Minds' brings more physical drum work and infectious finger clicks while the Franco Cinelli remix gets things on more of a breezy and rolling tip. A useful, heartwarming EP of modern deep house music.
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Timing EP (incl Cab Drivers & Cuartero remixes)
Cat: POD 026. Rel: 08 Apr 22
Minimal/Tech House
Timing (7:08)
Timing (Cab Drivers remix) (6:11)
Unlocked (7:07)
Unlocked (Cuartero remix) (6:59)
Review: Another pumping package from Politics Of Dancing, with original tracks from the eponymous label boss and Ray Mono, and a pair of remixes from Cab Drivers and Cuartero respectively to boot. You know what to expect - smooth pads, subtle acid squelch and wriggling, irresistible teccy beats, relentless and super-playable, but with an ear for detail that makes sure they stay fresh right to the runout groove.

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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $9.01
10th Anniversary Sampler
Cat: POD 031. Rel: 10 Jun 24
Deep House
Olivier Romero - "Shout The Killer"
Josh Baker - "Can Anybody Help"
Cosenza - "Innercross"
Camilo Gil & ONE Plus 1 - "Arroz Bomba"
Review: The Politics Of Dancing label celebrates its tenth anniversary with a special sampler EP featuring four on-point house cuts. Olivier Romero gets dark and deep with his menacing 'Shout The Killer,' Josh Baker's 'Can Anybody Help' then gets more upbeat and party-ready with its silky pads and upright kicks, while Cosenza explores a raw and percussive tech house vibe with busy lead that zips about the mix. It's pure Detroit house cruising with the closer from Camilo Gil & ONE Plus. Happy birthday to this fine label and here's to many effective more EPs like this one.
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Look In Your Eyes (remixes) (Silverlining, Josh Baker, Lowris, Cosenza)
Look In Your Eyes (Silverlining Night dub remix) (6:57)
Look In Your Eyes (Josh Baker remix) (6:56)
Look In Your Eyes (Lowris remix) (8:28)
Look In Your Eyes (Cosenza remix) (6:09)
Review: The ever wonderful Politics Of Dancing come with four remixes of label stalwart Tommy Vicari Jnr jumping, pumping house stormer 'Look I Your Eyes', each carefully crafted to cover slightly different areas of the dancefloor. The Silverlining Night dub remix takes pride of placer on the A-side, a mix of two halves for sure - it starts of all full pelt, adds a subtle layer of disco-style strings and then drops to a dramatic breakdown before re-building brick by brick. Josh Baker's version has a slightly 80s feel with its mechanised handclaps and swooping synths wrapped in echoey vocals, the Lowris mix is arguably the most no nonsense, straight ahead thumper and then we're left to luxuriate in the sumptuous ooze of Cosenza's dub house re-reub, taking us all the way back to the days of Guerrilla at their height. Capital!
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $9.82
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