Review: Italian funk fiddler The Captain knows his way around a dusty old seven inch, and more importantly, how to one make into contemporary dancefloor dynamite. This long player is a compilation of some of his finest work, featuring eight cuts of serious party breaks. Highlights include the tough rolling swagger of Patti Drew's version of Otis Redding's "Hard To Handle", the breaky, electro-swing of "Shake It", the intense clap-along of "Alright Bossa" and the smile inducing Freddie Mercury goes breaky hip-house joys of "Another One Dusty Bossa".
Review: This is a collection of all the best sizzlers from San Francisco disco re-edit duo The Sly Players (aka Slim and Tal). Newly buffed and scrubbed, there's nine gems here all with at least one and a half eyes on the dancefloor. From the impossible-to-not-dance-on-the-nearest-tabletop Frantique rework "Sho Nuff" to the butt shakin' rolling funk of "Turn You On" via the 4/4 electro-disco romp "Get Down Town". Quality party joy.