After breathing new life into his Padded Cell project, Richard Sen is ready to bring his sneaky rework label, Mixed Blood Cuts, out of hibernation. This collaborative collection of cut-ups, put together with old pal Cazbee, is typical of the label's eccentric approach to the humble re-edit. Here, you'll see no quantized versions of obvious hits, but rather a delightfully messy sprawl of stoner funk-rock (the delightfully quirky "Powerslide"), Afro-voodoo (the brilliantly percussive "Yu No"), low-slung Moroder revivalism (a particularly crusty version of "The Chase",) and post-punk era proto-acid (the fantastically druggy "Too Much Nuthin"). For those of a leftfield disco persuasion, it should be an essential purchase.
DJ-friendly full length tracks