Review: Continuing their forays into the world of yesteryear grooves unabated, those pesky hell-dwelling Lumberjacks are at it again, this time drafting in O Boogie and Red Greg for some disco funk finesse for the smoothest get-downs. O Boogie is up first, leaning heavy on a rich piano hook that hammers lower register chords over an incessant disco tick, while evergreen track "Papa Was A Rolling Stone" gets re-versioned in such a floor-burning fashion you'll need asbestos boots just to get out alive. Red Greg's "Inner Rhythm" plies familiar tropes into a sweet instrumental groove that makes all the right moves.
Review: Eddie C is known for his work with Endless Flight, Jiscomusic and
Red Motorbike and Lumberjacks head honcho
Marcel Vogel is happy to welcome him after wrecking many a party together.
Get It Together already found its way into Marcel's Boiler Room set.
And what it is was rescued from a batch of neglected older tracks that Eddie
had made early on in his career but is actually a stone cold banger that's tearing
apart every dancefloor.
Review: Marcel Vogel's Lumberjacks In Hell welcome the disco master Al Kent into the fold with Yes I Can't. Al Kent is a true original. Not interested in anything but Disco. Dying his hair in a truly unique fashion, to match the sparkle of disco balls and having recently hired an Octopus to help him chop up those records. Both "Yes I Do" and "Can't Stop" highlight the Glaswegian's importance to keeping the true spirit of disco alive, deftly and tightly edited in a manner that would impress Messrs Hardy and Gibbons were they alive today.