Doorly & DJ Pierre - "Gotta Get" (original mix) - (7:00) 122 BPM
Thunder Clap (original mix) - (5:46) 122 BPM
Ladies Night (original mix) - (6:33) 122 BPM
The Sleazy Drummer (original mix) - (5:28) 120 BPM
Doorly & Rae - "Can't Stop Feat Davos" (feat Davos - original mix) - (7:17) 123 BPM
Doorly & Sonny Fodera - "For Me" (original Club mix) - (7:06) 122 BPM
Wait Until The Morning (feat Mario - original mix) - (7:01) 123 BPM
Doorly's arrival in the late noughties created big waves in techno with the DJs residencies in Stealth and Ibiza seeing him create a reputation for pushing forward thinking electronic dance music. Here though, he is thrilled to look backwards for once, with the majority of this collaborative release consisting of reworks of his old school house influences. Highlights include his immense "rechunk" of Todd Terry's raw "On A Mission", a techy retwist of 80s classic "Jack Your Body" and peak time jacker "Drongoism".
Dr Rubberfunk - "Northern Comfort" - (2:58) 101 BPM
Mo' Horizons - "Shake It Loose" - (4:15) 101 BPM
The Soul Session - "Ham Jam" - (5:29) 51 BPM
The Bahama Soul Club - "Nassau Jam" - (6:10) 62 BPM
The Bamboos - "King Of The Rodeo" - (3:31) 126 BPM
Gregory Porter - "1960 What?" - (8:06) 122 BPM
Originally released on CD in 2013, this successful double mix cd paired sizzling live sessions by both Mr Doris and Groove Armada recorded at Ibiza's El Chiringuito. Boasting around 16 tracks each, the GA disc saw the lads run through an exclusive Decks & FX set of rarities, white labels and classics. This digital installment concentrates on Mr Doris's set, which enthusiastically sews together and impressive string of house jams from the likes of Thievery Corporation, Dr Rubberfunk and The Bamboo Soul Club.
Lost Village (continuous DJ mix) - (1:09:55) 119 BPM
On the second May bank holiday weekend, the Lost Village festival makes its debut, with the action apparently taking place at a "mysterious woodland village". Moda Black bosses Jaymo and Andy George are doing their best to promote the event, putting together this collection of tracks and remixes from artists playing at the event. Based firmly in the deep house camp, but also boasting tracks that touch on disco, tech-house and more leftfield exploits, highlights come thick and fast. Amongst our favourites are Tiger & Woods lolloping boogie-house rub of Rex The Dog's "Do You Feel What I Feel", Dan Ghenacia's bumpin' "Acid Walk", and the delay-laden riffs and booming basslines of Dusky's anthem-like "Love Taking Over". It is, though, all rather good.