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30 Oct 12
Played by: Dave Allison, Superbreak, Chris Deepak, Venice Beach, The Funk Hunters, Joseph Terruel, Dynamicron (Los Grandes/Our Nights), Thomass Jackson, Willo Schubarth, Inigo, B.g. Baarregaard, Future Feelings, Richmed
Review: The Editorial re-edit label have a deep sense of purpose and that is to hunt down as many top notch spliced and diced classics and release them quick smart. With over 20 releases in just a few years, they must be pretty good at their job. DJ Steef begins proceedings with the slow and loungey "Rising South Coast", before the temperature rises with the guitar-driven and string-laden funk of DJ Moar's 'Funky French' really starts the party. Things get slow and saucy again though, on Hotbox's "Can't Get Enough" before we get in a sublime disco-house spin with Thomass Jackson's "Luv Doctor". Things end in an upbeat fashion with "Music Is Love" an early 70s slow funk anthem re-tweaked by Ed Wizard and Disco Double Dee.
03 Oct 12
Played by: B-Jam, Jimmythetwin, Timewarp, Gazeebo, Chudy, Dave Allison, Trotter, Superbreak, Disco Tech (Discodat), Juno Recommends Disco, The Funk Hunters, Freddy Love, D-Funk, Vladislav Moustache Love, Martin Brodin, Cc:disco!, Get Down Edits, Juno Best Sellers 2012, Willo Schubarth, Kono Vidovic, Richmed, Nu Disco Fever
Review: The scalpel fiends and rework hounds behind the Editorial label rarely disappoint, and this latest split EP is packed with floor-friendly midtempo goodies. The most revelatory cut of all is Ed Wizard and Disco Double Dee's "Slow Fire", a delicious 109 BPM bumper that re-casts Gwen McRae's electrofunk-era disco bomb as a stoned head-nodder. It works so well that you wonder why nobody's done it before. Elsewhere, there's some sweet groovery from Feza, a surprisingly percussive disco-funk jam from the usually dawdling 78 Edits, and a decidedly Balearic jazz-funk excursion from Manmademusic and Freshtone. Really, it's only the usually on-point B-Jam who lets the side down with the so-so "Everyday".
12 Sep 12
31 Dec 10
Played by: DJ Butcher (Chopshop Music), Rotciv, Michael Mckenna (Keep Schtum), Gazeebo, Rudy's Midnight Machine, Kinky Movement, Dave Allison, Los Charly's Orchestra, Superbreak, Alexander Robotnick, All Good Funk Alliance, Alkalino, Chris Deepak, Juno Recommends Disco, Free Magic, Rayko, John Devecchis, DJ Raw Sugar, D-Funk, Sare Havlicek, Doctormusic Project, Touchsoul, The Unity Agency, Linosaur
07 Jun 13
19 Feb 13
Played by: Fingerman, Dave Allison, Superbreak, Hot Toddy, Juno Recommends Disco, The Funk Hunters, Cc:disco!, Dynamicron (Los Grandes/Our Nights), Ramsey Hercules, Vinyladdicted
Review: There's something admirable about the no-nonsense approach of the Editorial camp. While steeped in a deep love of the disco sound and the genre's deep history, the edits and reworks they release are first and foremost tried-and-tested dancefloor bumpers. The four cuts here are a great case in point. Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee's "Do It One More Time" is a hustlin', low-slung treat (recasting Harvey Mason's "Groovin You" as a sweaty chugger), while Rabo & Snob's "Camel Filter" romps along on a formidable disco-funk flex. The biggest surprise, though is Vinyladdicted's "Alright", a rush-inducing chunk of Balearic disco.
08 May 13
10 Apr 12
Played by: Timewarp, DJ Goodka From The Groovologists, Dave Allison, Disco Tech (Discodat), Juno Recommends Disco, Husky (Random Soul), Dynamicron (Los Grandes/Our Nights)
Review: Ed Wizard and Disco Double Dee are arguably Editorial's most overworked duo; rarely a release slips out of the label's clandestine, underground HQ without at least one of their sneaky re-cuts on it. Here, they deliver two smart and sassy re-interpretations. The first, "Inner City", is a dubby, jazzy take on Marvin Gaye's "Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)" that profits from some booming house bottom end. "Magic", on the other hand, has a delightful looseness - all lazy, loping breaks, sweet jazz guitars and rasping horns. Another solid Editorial EP is completed by Virgin Magnetic Material's "Fly", a faithfully Balearic re-incarnation of Steve Miller Band's "Fly Like An Eagle".
21 Dec 12
Played by: B-Jam, Fingerman, Superbreak, Spilt Milk, Chris Deepak, Disco Tech (Discodat), Juno Recommends Disco, Juno Recommends Deep House, In Flagranti, Ramskank, Alessandro Otiz, The Funk Hunters, Karim, Dirty Mckenzie, Dynamicron (Los Grandes/Our Nights), Thomass Jackson, Willo Schubarth, Lazy Kiss