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Played by: Visti, Gazeebo, Gareth Cheshire, Kid Who, Cloned In Vatican!, Alexander Robotnick, Juno Recommends Disco, Pablo Contraband (Disco Deviant), Brioski, Tornado Wallace, Neurotic Drum Band
Review: Full Pupp boss Prins Thomas drops the first DJ friendly release on his label for some two years and it's pure dirt! There's a guttural glee to "Lang Tung Ting" which grabs you from the off and keeps you hooked throughout. Rough, gut punching drums are the perfect match for growling acid squiggles that occupy the lower reaches of the mix, with the track steadily accruing warped jacking intent as it progresses. "Tom Peng Pung" offers a shorter, more percussively inclined version on the track which just doesn't retain the same earthy joy as it's longer counterpart. The bump of "Ny Maskin" is notable for the increasingly psychedelic surges of guitar that gradually overwhelm your senses.
03 May 10
Played by: Wes [cutloose :: Manchester], Mop Mop, Kid Who, Cloned In Vatican!, Jc - Here And Now Recordings, Juno Recommends Disco, Marius Våreid
Review: Working as a companion to his recent self-titled album, these three tracks from the same sessions find a home on this sprightly release on Thomas' own Full Pupp imprint. Title tune "Morfar" fits in with the motorik grooves that dominate on the album - a rock-steady bassline (which sounds weirdly similar to The Beatles' "Ob-La-Di") and disco-rock drums make it a post-rock, post-disco odyssey."Atter En Trall" is a tasty nu-disco number while Kukkelure is just plain funky!
05 Apr 10
29 Oct 12
Played by: Visti, Andrea Rucci, Kid Who, Kisk, Pete Herbert, Soul Mekanik, Marius Våreid, Electric Boogie (Ism Midnight Riot), Lesale, Soul Clap, Vidis (Mario And Vidis)
Review: Since playing a starring role (often alongside old pal Hans-Peter Lindstrom) in the Norwegian space disco and Scandolearic movements of the mid 2000s, Prins Thomas has wandered off in all sorts of different directions, filling his first solo LP with Krautrock-inspired darkness. This second solo album displays some of the same influences (see the post punk bass and dark percussive builds of "Peppadans 1"), while moving back towards the sound with which he made his name. It's an interesting mix, all told, encompassing intense, paranoid moods ("Bobletekno (Permiks)"), sparse percussive workouts ("Bom Bom"), and shimmering Scandolearic builders (the how do you pronounce "Symfonisj Utviklingschemming"), all wrapped up in his trademark prog rock-influenced production.
26 Nov 12
Review: Full Pupp boss Prins Thomas presents this intriguing four track release, whereupon he leads an "Orkester" of friends in recreating tracks from his own archives. Featuring no less than nine other musicians, Prins Thomas lead them in reinterpreting three tracks from his debut long player as well as the lead track from the 2010 Morfar EP. Committed to tape in no more than two takes, the resultant efforts were subsequently mixed down by "Todd" Terje Olsen and come pressed one a side on this double LP release. Tracks such as "Snake Music" are certainly more appropriate for losing yourself in on a decent pair of headphones but the navel gazing, body moving brilliance of "Uggebugg" has retained its inherent Norse Disco brilliance here in newly rechristened "Hamar Bluesklubb" form.
16 Jul 07
Prins Thomas & Black Devil Disco Club - "On Just Foot (Slide Inside)" (Prins Thomas remix) - (7:39) 126 BPM
Unit 4 & Black Black Devil Disco Club - "An Other Skin (Days Of Backula)" (Unit 4 remix) - (6:34) 124 BPM
13 Dec 10
Played by: Kid Who
09 Oct 12