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04 Jun 12
Played by: B-Jam, Homegroove Project, Low Slung, Lpz, Fingerman, Superbreak, O De Lanzac, Disco Tech, Juno Recommends Disco, Juno Recommends Deep House, Chas Bronz, Richard Rossa, Get Down Edits, Disco Dirtbox, Moon Runner, Del Strange
Review: The usually reliable Bonar Bradbury takes a break from PBR Streetgang duty to strike out on his own, this time for Under The Shade. "On The Bounce" is typical of Bradbury's style, being a grunting, sweaty house chugger built around disco drums and thick, electrofunk style synth bass. The S.A.S remix draws out the vintage house elements, while retaining the original's air of late night abandon. "Guess Who" plows a similar deep house-goes-disco furrow, while the No Regular Play remix delivers blossoming riffs and tactile nu-disco chords. Digital bonus "Loose Grip" impresses, too, offering a loopy, touchy-feely filter groove built around Change's disco classic "Hold Tight".
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03 Feb 12
Played by: Visti, Bonar Bradberry, Peter Edison, Juno Recommends Deep House, Tom (Shur-I-Kan) Szirtes, Moustache Mamas, Frank Booker, Sleazy Beats Recordings, Things Happen
Review: Whether it's the PBR stuff Bonar Bradberry does alongside Tom Thorpe or the solo material for the likes of Under The Shade and Needwant, the Leeds producer has always delivered solid dancefloor material. With the news that PBR Streetgang is the latest additions to an ever expanding Hot Creations operation, Bonar Bradberry might be on the cusp of wider recognition his production talents deserve. A second solo outing on Sean Brosnan's Needwant imprint can only help too, with You Were Away a richly rewarding journey through dewy eyed twilight disco house, all breathy vocals, well placed handclaps, subtle laser driven synths and a warm bottom end. There's a nice upwards shift in emphasis midway through that only serves to highlight Bradberry's mettle as a producer. Complementing this are some wisely chosen remixes, with German types Space Ranger reworking the track into the kind of throbbing yet glistening mutant discoid arrangement they are renowned for, whilst South Coast duo Maxxi Soundsystem serve further notice of their potential with a simmering boogie refix of digi only track "Lip Therapy" that explodes with delightful textures midway through.
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