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Review: As collaborations go, this is more than a little tasty. It sees former Chicken Lips man Dean Meredith don his Rhythm Odyssey alter ego for a delay-laden hoedown with New York's finest, Eric 'Dr Dunks' Duncan (he of Rub N Tug fame). Given both producers' fondness for dub disco and raw Chicagoan jack tracks, "Zoo-Ma-City" was always likely to be a sweaty late night beast designed to wreak havoc in dimly-lit basements the world over. It's all that and more - a fearsome dubwise acid jacker full of hissing hi-hats and snappy snares, built around a rock solid analogue bassline and twisted vocal samples. File under "delightfully grubby".
02 Apr 12
Played by: Kerry And Casio
30 Nov 09
06 Sep 11
17 Nov 09
Gichy Dan's Beachwood No 9 - "On A Day Like Today" (Todd Terje Friendly Children edit) - (6:48) 125 BPM
Don Armando's Second Avenue Rhumba Band - "I'm An Indian Too" (Pilooski 'Not The Indian' mix) - (8:17) 124 BPM
12 Nov 09
14 Sep 11
Played by: Juno Recommends Rock/Indie
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28 Jul 09
21 Jan 13
Played by: DJ Nova (Rodon Fm 95), Chris Coco, Juno Recommends Disco, Drop Out Orchestra, Dynamicron (Los Grandes/Our Nights)
Review: "Zashu", the lead cut from this EP from unknown quantities Clark & Pudell, sits somewhere between murky nu-disco, '90s darkroom house and contemporary cocaine house. It pops and spits with hypnotic intent, burying subtle melodies under shuffling percussion, Tenaglia-ish chords and middle-eastern vocal samples. It somehow feels both dated and fresh, if that makes sense. Satin Jackets impress on their remix, a jaunty, piano-heavy tribute to the late '80s, rare groove-era pop-house remixes of David Morales and co. Soulplate deliver a subdued garage tweak, while Viper Strike takes it further into Tenaglia territory with a marathon 'bass and beats' edit.
13 Aug 07
17 May 10
Review: Slovenian duo, Ichisan & Nakova drop their debut full length on Greg Wilson's Nang imprint. On Yugo Tempo, the duo infuse the sounds of modern electronic disco with the melodies and rhythms they found in the more traditional music genres that surrounded them in their youth. Merging the disciplines of wonky, ethnic and Balearic disco into one record, we hear indigenous melodies, Tarantino-esque guitar lines and aluminium suitcases full of atmosphere. A curious yet wholly entertaining work from the duo, this debut album is well worth checking out whatever your musical preference.
09 Nov 09
Played by: Ben Watt
30 Oct 12
02 Apr 12
Played by: Cloned In Vatican!
17 Mar 13
Review: Given the current trend for contemporary producers mining classic US garage, it's no surprise to see Turntable Orchestra's 1988 "garage house" hit getting a re-release. The superb original is included in this remix package, and quite frankly puts the modern versions to shame with its touchy-feely pianos, clipped guitars, vibraphone solo, hooky vocal and sparse drum machine grooves. That's not to say that the new mixes aren't decent. Ejeca's version, in particular, is excellent, and gives the original a bit more hustling energy for modern dancefloors. Paul Ursin's driving, low-slung effort is pretty tidy, too.
19 Jul 12
09 Jan 12
Played by: Hot Toddy, Juno Recommends Disco, Justin Winks (Casio Social Club), Cosmonauts, Elly K, Nine Lives
Review: Something seems to have irritated the lads and lasses at Mullet HQ. Like a Glaswegian drunk fuelled by Buckfast and Tenant's Super, they've taken to staggering around, pointing a blackened finger at passer's by and screaming obscenities! Or, at least producers Elijah Collins and Tee J have, as they offer up a decidedly aggressive lead cut that sounds like dirty P-funk for manic depressives (although, we can assure you, it's a bit more fun than that). "I Used To Feel Alright", meanwhile, re-edits a live version of a well-known Marvin Gaye space disco fave.
03 Aug 09
13 Feb 13
Review: A welcome return for Minneapolis' Dirty McKenzie, who here teams up with vocalist Sophia Shorai for a spot of seductive disco-acid fusion. The original version delivers just the right balance between Barry White-ish disco-soul foreplay and head-warping acid house tweakery - like Claudja Barry getting frisky with DJ Pierre, while the Walrus of Love watches on through a two-way mirror. The "Cocaine on Her Dress Mix", meanwhile, chugs along on a sweaty Italo tip, while the Your Love Is Gone mix turns the original into a spiralling chunk of intoxifying nu-disco prettiness. The shuffling synth bass of Bryan Gerrard's mix is certain to go down well with the Hot Creations crowd, while Faze Action's "Your Love Is Music" remix slows things right down with their irresistible brand of cosmic synth disco.
11 Feb 13
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24 Jan 13
Played by: This Is A Recording, Spec., Cloned In Vatican!, Superbreak, Juno Recommends Disco, Alessandro Otiz, Disco B, Cc:disco!, Dirty Mckenzie, Tosses & Varvez, Thomass Jackson
Review: A welcome return for Minneapolis' Dirty McKenzie, who here teams up with vocalist Sophia Shorai for a spot of seductive disco-acid fusion. The original version delivers just the right balance between Barry White-ish disco-soul foreplay and head-warping acid house tweakery - like Claudja Barry getting frisky with DJ Pierre, while the Walrus of Love watches on through a two-way mirror. The "Cocaine on Her Dress Mix", meanwhile, chugs along on a sweaty Italo tip, while the Your Love Is Gone mix turns the original into a spiralling chunk of intoxifying nu-disco prettiness. As a package, it's pretty tasty; certainly, there should be something for every occasion.
30 Nov 12
Played by: Visti, Spiller, Kid Who, Max Riolo (Digital Imprint Trax), Soul Mekanik, Dionigi, Salon Acapulco, Kono Vidovic
Review: To date, Italian wonky disco revivalists The Barking Dogs have released a serious amount of material in a relatively short space of time. This four-tracker for Gomma, though, is arguably their strongest to date. While it still bears the sonic hallmarks of their Italo-fixated work, it sits somewhere between analogue disco and shuffling deep house. Amsterdam producer Tom Trago contributes barely audible vocals to the dubbed-out analogue deep house shuffle of "Your High", while fellow Dutchman Young Marco adds some excellent keys to the late night oddness of the EP's standout track, the epic, alien-sounding "Margherita". There's also some ragging, mutated strangeness in the shape of electro-disco weird-out "Ebony".