Review: For over 15 years, Headman's Relish imprint has been one of the most vital electronic disco imprints. As this compilation EP demonstrates, it's still ahead of pretty much everyone else. Label owner Robi Insinna, the brains behind the Headman project, delivers a drum-heavy, murky take on The Mansisters' "Tex Control", while on "A Bit Of Sickness" Teniente Castillo & Mufti provide a near-definitive Relish track. Powerful, rumbling bass provides a back drop for eerie effects, dubbed out drums and some outer space electronic yelps. Fabrizio Mammarella, known for his work on Bear Funk and Dissident, also impresses with the chugging drums, low slung groove and out there effects of "Magnesium."
Review: Although busy releasing albums and singles, Relish boss Robi Insinna still could not stop himself putting out another label compilation, such was the quality of the stuff he had on his hands. Relish EP Six sees contributions from five different artists whose sound all manages to comply with the Relish vision. Highlights include the doomy new romantic electro-disco of Heretic's "Insurrection", the warped body music of Club Bizarre's "East Side Story" and the jack hammer nastiness of The Mansisters's "SSWS".