Review: 10 years on from its initial release, Groove Armada's contribution to the Anotherlatenight series gets a new lease of life. For those searching for deep, downtempo and vaguely Balearic fare, it's well worth a look. While Groove Armada's mix is enjoyable enough, it's the unmixed tracks that are most worthy of attention. Amongst the familiar classics (Kleer's boogie classic "Tonight", Mr Fingers' "Can You Feel It" and Metro Area's "Muira"), you'll find hot curiosities from the likes of Shuggie Otis (the decidedly acid-fried "Strawberry Letter 23"), Loose Ends ("Feel The Vibe"), Good Together (forgotten super-deep house jam "Work It Out") and Don Ray (the heady disco grooves of "Standing In The Rain").
Review: The melodrama in nu-disco land is catching with this fine Vienna label taking their cue from Alkalino by announcing their "Very Last Edits". Let's hope it's all just hot air to promote their hot tunes. Philly Vanilli presents three of the four tracks: the weird and wonderful warped loops of "I Work For A Living", the rolling basslines, whistles and soulful vocals of "Every Way But Loose" and the gently tweaked "Saturday Night The Girls Are Alright". Aretha Franklin Roosevelt's "Its Just Your Love" is given a deep and shimmering house rework by Teddy Esposito too.