We love it when artists have the courtesy to do our job for us. Here Japetto has very kindly summarised the contents of this fine EP in the title. Actually that's not strictly true - Japetto is actually following the likes of X-Ray Ted and Shaka Loves You in Radical Mixtapes' acclaimed series of 'feature EPs' -Party Bangers. He's turned in some stellar work too - "Swingin' Riot" hails from the cooler end of the electro-swing spectrum, "Upside Down" sees Diana Ross go all hip house and "Outdoor Funk" sees Wilson Pickett given extra oomph in the drum department. Splendid stuff.
Peza is a shady re-edit hero, whose previous releases have created all kinds of a stir in the disco world. This latest EP, Subway, for the esteemed Midnight Riot, has already notched up some serious pre-release support from the likes of Andy Weatherall and Horse Meat Disco. One listen to the four tracks included here and you can tell why - we get everything from some slowed-down Eurythmics ("Stranger") to the deep and spacey funk grooves of "You Ain't Never" via the female disco/clavinet interface funk of "Do You Have Any?".