Review: Swedish electrofunk producer Odahl has been something of a go to man for Mullet in recent times, releasing a string of solid EPs and serviceable remixes. This four-tracker is another decent offering, too. "Out Of Control" itself is the real killer here, offering a slick combination of contemporary nu-disco chops and vintage, Prelude-ish synth funkery. Justin Faust provides the obligatory remix, laying down a straightforward electrofunk jam that rises and falls in all the right places. Bonus cut "Just Be Easy" offers some cascading melodies and far eastern charm, while Homon's remix provides bubbly nudisco grooves. Mullet's best for some time.
Review: There's something touchy-feely - not to mention decidedly fluid - about this four-track collection of synth-laden goodness from Pole Position Recordings. Rippling with positive melodies, bespoke nu-disco jams and warm, kaleidoscopic deep house, Prelude is packed with notable cuts. Chief among these is Moustache Machine's "Brooklyn Days", a luxurious tribute to midtempo '80s soul and post-boogie goodness that hits all the right notes. There's more to savour, though, including the cascading melodies and huggable grooves of Elektromekanik's "Don't Stop" and the woozy synth arpeggios and undulating grooves of Olej's "Be My Lover". All in all, there's more than enough goodness to warrant investment.