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01 Oct 12
Played by: Dirty Channels, Juno Recommends Deep House, G-Blaster (Rotarydisco76), Raw Club Radio, Manhattan, Allen Craig
Review: Baby Prince is the latest incarnation of Brooklyn's purveyor of slow 'n' sexy disco jams, Gadi Mizrahi. Having already released alongside the likes of Nicolas Jaar on Double Standards, you can imagine what to expect: deep, smoky late night grooves. Title track "Nobody" combines raw, mid 80s electro-beats with beautiful, melancholic synths. Miguel Campbell replaces those drums with 4/4 disco clap-alongs for his perkier remix, while Lucky Paul goes widescreen with dubbed-out well, everything on his dreamy mix. "Demon Spawn" is murky and warped arpeggiated disco and possibly best of all, "He Doesn't Say It To Me" is haunting and creepy body music of the best kind.
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Review: Last year's Not So Lonely EP from Lonely C & Baby Prince - a collaboration between members of Soul Clap and Wolf + Lamb - was arguably one of the best things the on-point label has released. Here, the atmospheric, genre-spanning originals get a reboot from a quartet of knob-twiddlers. Tanner Ross's atmospheric remix of "I Remember Those Days" offers a brilliant balance between late night deepness and sprightly, synth-heavy electrofunk, while Kenny Glasgow delivers an outstandingly dewy-eyed, retro-futurist re-rub of "Just Be Yourself". There's also a decidedly floor-friendly tweak of "I Remember Those Days" from Voices Of Black (think powerful bottom end, wonky basslines and snappy 808 percussion), and a leftfield take on original '80s electro from Zev.