Review: 80s obsessed label Mullet (how can you tell?) are back with another irresistible dancefloor blazer. This time it's Pandolfo and Del Gado's turn to deliver the goods, and that they do in abundance. "Better Than Me" features a bright, bouncy bassline, synths thoroughly indebted to the 80s and impressive soulful vocals in the style of Colonel Abrams, all wrapped up in shiny, modern electro-house production. Stephane Deschezeaux and Casio Social Club both provide nu-disco-ish mixes, but its Elijah Collins' brooding interpretation, complete with menacing wayward bassline, that's the real dancefloor smasher.
Review: It's kinda impossible to mention Mullet Records without mentioning the 1980s, simply because, well, they are obsessed with them! It was a great time for electronic production, so who can blame them? Here label boss Casio Social Club compiles another installment of his remix work and lots of great stuff on offer. Highlights include his icy mix of Nine Lives feat (the) Jaki Graham, his scratchy breakdance mix of Sare Havlicek and the melancholic excursion of his Phonetica/Soulemotion rework.