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Dirty McKenzie - "Your Love" (feat Sophia Shorai - 2013 Dirty McKenzie Your Love Is Gone mix) - (7:27) 109 BPM
Review: We don't quite know what earned this Minneapolis disco-house producer the 'dirty' sobriquet, but that's probably best left to the imagination. Instead we focus on this mini-comp that rounds up some of the biggest hits of McKenzie's own Bass United imprint, including DM's mighty "Your Love", which evokes memories of Discovery-era Daft Punk. Elsewhere we have his take on the obvious, but still killer, "Right On Time" Loleatta Holloway sample, Jenny Lovlein's deep electro-house fitness workout "Butterfly", Andrei Swipe's sensuous piano houser "I Don't" and even the legendary Giorgio Moroder's "E=MC2", is given a gentle retweaking too!
13 Nov 12
Played by: Lennox Hortale
27 Apr 12
Review: Martin Brodin's MB Disco imprint continues its Giorgio Moroder remix project, with a second set of revisions of seminal disco track "E=MC2". Of the six versions on show this time, the breakneck arpeggio of the A Copycat remix had us suitably hypnotised, while the slow-mo electrofunk of the Divide & Kreate version is worth checking for the impressive vocal tweakage alone!
05 Dec 11
Played by: Billy Bogus, Alexander Robotnick, Juno Recommends Minimal/Tech House, Dionigi, Martin Brodin, Brioski, Phunktastike, Dynamicron (Los Grandes/Our Nights), Iron Blu, Rodion
Review: Back on its original release, Munich man Moroder's E=MC2 was marketed as the first album to be recorded entirely digitally. Here, the largely forgotten title track gets another airing thanks a bunch of new remixes from European disco producers new and old. Alexander Robotnik leads the charge with a version that evokes memories of his classic early 80s material, while ILS gleefully fuses classic Italo sounds with contemporary house rhythms. The odd but attractive No More Klein & MBO version sounds like a mash-up between "E=MC2" and "Dirty Talk", whilst Rodion lays down some contemporary electro-disco with just enough cheeky analogue bump. As if that wasn't enough, there's also a chiming, retro-futurist rework from Baldelli and Dionigi.
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21 Jan 11
Played by: DJ Butcher (Chopshop Music), DJ Friction (Germany), Juno Recommends Disco, Drop Out Orchestra
Review: Last time out Swede Martin Brodin re-made Newcleus' electro classic "Jam On It", requisitioning Chicken Lips to deliver a remix too. This time round, he's turned his attention to another electronic classic: Giorgio Moroder's instrumental Euro disco anthem, "The Chase". Of the two mixes on offer, it's the "Dubbed Out" version that impresses most. Unlike Brodin's fairly faithful "Remix", it transports the track to previously uncharted territory, twisting and tweaking the famous melody in thrilling new directions. There are cowbells aplenty, D Train style synth funk touches and a general air of dancefloor madness that screams "play me". You'd be a fool not to.
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