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26 Nov 10
02 Jul 12
Review: Having launched in fine if unfamiliar style with the debut sounds of South Coast types Zoo Look, Tenth Circle look to a more familiar name in the shape of Duff Disco for their second release. Whilst some might not warm to the name or the similarly charged Duffstep alias, you can't deny the quality of production that runs through every Duff Disco release, from the cheeky Skee-lo edits to more original works. That quality is evident here as Duffy presents three arrangements primed for the summer months - most notably the shimmering euphoria that characterises the opening gambit "How We Do". Alongside that "I Remember" adopts a lolloping beatdown gait, with heavily dosed rhythms swamped deep in the mix before suddenly launching into a chugging refrain that sits expertly between dubbed out house and disco. "Sunshine" meanwhile adopts a similarly weighty approach to layered rhythms but splays it over an infectiously hypnotic warm house groove.
24 Nov 11
26 Oct 11
Played by: Chris Coco, Maurice Aymard, Pablo Contraband (Disco Deviant), The Tortoise, Antek, The Legendary 1979 Orchestra, Oded Nir
Review: Dikso unveil their fifth EP of pan European disco meets house moments which commences in fine form with the ubiquitous Duff Disco. The London based producer is cranking up the heat and delivers a finely poised deep house bump on "I Won't Forget" with the glowing chords and delicate keys riding the muscular house groove with real aplomb. The surfeit of angelic cooing that gently ripples in the nether regions has the requisite emotive effect and the belated arrival of some twisting acid just demonstrates his variety. Alongside this, "The Music We Play" from We Play - the latest alias of two producers with far too many to list - gets a French House revision from Leeds based Mam which dovetails nicely with the loose boogie joint that is "So Much Fun" from German producer Larse. Dikso's own Andi De Luxe makes his belated label appearance to round off proceedings with the low slung beatdown sounds of "Boobsie Collins".
03 Jun 13
Review: Morris Audio's "Seven Daze A Week" series seems to an annual vibe with the previous two being released in 2011 and 2012 respectively. Like the previous two outings, it's all about the new players and forward-thinking house grooves. Highlights across this set come from Duff Disco's sultry piano stroker "Come Home" and the big Detroit washes of JMX's "Gotta Be." Undiluted house music, Morris Audio remain on firing form.