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31 Jul 12
Review: Having previously impressed with a contribution to Sccucci Manucci's Three's A Crowd EP, The Glue make their solo debut with an EP for Kolour Recordings. "Love Generator" is impressively fluid, a tactile fusion of old skool disco values, contemporary deep house and intoxicating nu-disco. The result is something fresh and casually funky. "No Turning Back" sees them traversing the mountain pass of touchy-feely slo-mo disco-house, while "Keyboard Cat" displays their skill for crafting memorable deep house. As if that wasn't enough to get the juices flowing, there's also a tasty remix of "Love Generator" from The Dead Rose Music Company that turns it into a sparse, spacey, vocal deep house jam.
12 Mar 12
Played by: B-Jam, Low Slung, Stan Tropic, Dave Allison, Superbreak, Juno Recommends Disco, The Glue, Shota Tanaka (Beaten Space Probe), Sccucci Manucci, Martin Brodin, Cyclist, DJ Flore, 33hz, Dirty Mckenzie, Matthew Kyle, The Legendary 1979 Orchestra, Get Down Edits, Dynamicron (Los Grandes/Our Nights), Heion, Derek Avari
Review: The moustached disco avengers at Sccucci Manucci drop their latest missive, featuring more transmissions from the disco underground. Argentinean based Toomy Disco provides "What Goes Around", a tightly produced disco-house number with horn snippets woven around low-slung grooves, whilst The Glue deliver "Without You" a hazy slo-mo looper with vocal teases and hypnotic guitar licks. South West Seven lock themselves into a fast moving groove with "What Have I Got To Do", a track that contrasts its fast rhythmic pulse with vocals and guitars that slowly emerge from the filtered ether. Aeromaschine close proceedings with "Deep Champagne"; combining a deep and melodic bassline with improvisational touches and glitchy vocal stutters, it successfully forges its own sound whilst keeping in line with his disco counterparts.