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26 Sep 11
Played by: Ross Couch, Domenic Cappello, King DJ/Regalia Recordings, Rotciv, Neighbour, Romanto (Young Society/Daredomusic), Brothers' Vibe, Da Funk, Hot Toddy, Roberto Rodriguez, Tom Lown (Savoir Faire/Acryl/Um), Juno Recommends Disco, Tim Livingstone, Downtown Party Network, Nacho Marco, Freddy Love, Fredeverything, DJ Raw Sugar, Questionmarq, Sare Havlicek, Tad Wily, Paolo Madzone Zampetti, Jesus Pablo, Swamp Donkey, Babak Shayan
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Played by: Cottam
Review: You can usually rely on David 'Move D' Moufang to deliver the goods, especially when he's in full on ultra-deep mode. Here he joins forces with DJ Late for two ocean-deep excursions that simply bristle with subtle soul and hypnotic, late night intent. Lead cut "Le Fou" is particulary fine, offering just the right balance between crackly atmosphere and head-nodding bottom end groove. "Soon Solitude" is a tough brighter and breezier, building a positive vibe around a sampled blues vocal and some choice keys. Eddie C delivers remixes of both cuts, turning "Le Fou" on its head. Instead of darkness, he offers only dazzling light. It's a wonderful transformation.
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18 Jun 12
Review: It's always rather enjoyable to hear artists gaining inspiration from anything other than the current hyped old genres and current hipster-matic sounds. This collaboration between Pascal Viscardi and Jean Obuchowicz mines a variety of old skool sources, from the early, acid-flecked work of "Brown Album"-era Orbital, to the happy-go-lucky, whistle-heavy productions of early 90s New York. The result is a track that's sparse and heavy, but just filled in enough to give a warm, well-rounded sound. Mark E goes darker, druggier and altogether tougher on his remix, which is arguably one of his strongest of recent times.
18 Jan 12
Played by: Adam B (Homegrown Music/Palooza), Kisk, Alkalino, Dairmount (Room With A View Recs), Max Riolo (Digital Imprint Trax), Shota Tanaka (Beaten Space Probe), Questionmarq, G-Blaster (Rotarydisco76), Leg Jazz, Villa Savoye, Things Happen
Review: For a rare trip away from his own Moodmusic label, Sasse tries his hand at drifting, stargazing disco. While this shouldn't come as much of a surprise given his fondness for nu-disco, "The Solaris Conspiracy" is still markedly different from anything he's released before. There are drifting strings, cascading pianos, warm guitars, live-sounding drums and oodles of nu-Balearic atmosphere .It all adds up to something rather special, and certainly his strongest disco effort to date. Remix-wise, check the formidable Francis Inferno Orhcestra rework. Sounding not unlike the ever-reliable Deep Space Orchestra, the Australian producer offers a delightful deep house makeover that's more robust than a shoulder charge from a burly bouncer.