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Mad Disrespect - (5:42) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Slackness - (7:09) 126 BPM
   
Tusk - (5:52) 120 BPM
Review: These days New York's underground electronic music scene is stronger than ever (though residents may argue otherwise). Chief among these has been Mister Saturday Night, a party built on the forthright musical opinions and fearsomely eclectic vision of resident DJs Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter. It's perhaps unsurprising, then, that they've chosen this moment to join the likes of Tim Sweeney, Eric Duncan, Runaway, Roy Dank and the Let's Play House crew in launching their own label. What's more surprising, perhaps, is their choice of artist for the first release. Next to no one knows anything about Anthony Naples. Whoever he is, Harkin and Carter have shown great vision in signing him up. Mad Disrespect is an impressive debut; a cracking EP that neatly sidesteps convention and delivers house tracks brimming with ideas. It's adventurous and innovative, but never shies away from its main purpose: making people dance. Highly recommended!

MSN 001
01 Apr 12
Deep House
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Brown Oxford - (4:21) 60 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Alice - (6:35) 128 BPM
   
Frederyck Swerl - (8:20) 138 BPM
Review: Considering they are only a year into their releasing life, Archie Pelago sound like a full-bodied outfit that have been in the game for years. Surfacing on the equally fledgling Mister Saturday Night imprint, this three track EP moves between warm, dancing-friendly stomp and dislocated ambience, all rendered through a canny sampling, treatment, but most importantly playing of organic instrumentation. Sax, cello and trumpet work their way into crackly beats, finding the most tangible groove on "Brown Oxford" thanks to a crisp double bass but in more esoteric climes on "Alice". "Frederyk Swerl" spreads itself with an elongated excursion into shapeless flutters and scribbles of jazzed-out expressions that suit the talents of the three-piece perfectly.
MSN 002
10 Sep 12
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Gum - (2:39) 81 BPM
   
Gum - (5:29) 59 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Zopiclone - (8:08) 59 BPM
MSN 018
04 Dec 15
Experimental/Electronic
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That's Us - (6:13) 116 BPM
   
The Idler - (6:58) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Valves - (6:35) 128 BPM
MSN 008
01 Nov 13
Techno
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In Brackets - (6:26) 120 BPM
   
5 AM - (5:01) 128 BPM
   
Voices - (5:18) 123 BPM
   
Rare Bloom - (6:05) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Ever spreading their wings and snapping up labels left right and centre, Dark Sky move on from their recent turn for Tectonic to deliver a release for Mister Saturday Night that applies their complex and engaging approach to housier domains. First track "In Brackets" is a refined beast, tapping into the spiritual vein of artists like DJ Qu but employing a richer tapestry of sounds to intone the mystery. "5AM" by comparison is a much snappier proposition, sporting a vintage garage beat and cheeky trills of synth, while "Voices" burrows into a plethora of vocal micro-samples with purpose and a lot of layering. "Rare Bloom" rounds the EP off in stunning fashion with a measured roller that keeps the beat ticking steadily so that accomplished swells of synth can draw you in on a bold and thrilling journey of a track.
MSN 005
26 Apr 13
Deep House
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Weaker Moments - (5:37) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Easily Amused - (7:00) 124 BPM
Review: Together with Justin Carter, Eamon Harkin is one half of the respected Mister Saturday Night DJ duo, party organisers and most recently the brains behind the label of the same name. While he has a relatively small catalogue, this release shows that Harkin has progressed since his early days. The title track resounds to a searing acid line and an insistent synth line as an unnamed male vocalist lays down a breathy vocal. On "Easily Amused", frosty, chiming synths and hissing percussion come together to create a deeper techno sound. As a statement of his production skills go, it's an impressive one.
MSN 028
17 Nov 17
Techno
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Are You Listening? - (6:15) 128 BPM
   
Untethered - (6:10) 127 BPM
   
Good Manners - (5:40) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Eamon Harkin is better known as one half of New York City clubbing institution Mister Saturday Night and runs the well-received label of the same name. On the Untethered EP be prepared for the dusty analogue deep house of "Are You Listening", or the deeply emotive title track with its evocative pads and rich vintage synth textures taking you where you need to go in style. Then what is the EP's most lively moment "Good Manners" where Harkin goes for some soulful techno flavour with its tough rhythms and entrancing chord progressions fuelled by a funky groove.
MSN 025
24 Mar 17
Techno
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Menelik Wossenatchu - "Tezeta" - (4:29) 150 BPM
   
Soul Bros Inc - "Pyramid" - (2:21) 122 BPM
   
ESB - "On Cue" - (6:10) 120 BPM
   
Baba Stiltz - "Aches" - (6:10) 83 BPM
   
FaltyDL - "Hardcourage" - (5:47) 120 BPM
   
Marcellus Pittman - "There's Somebody Out There" - (9:41) 119 BPM
   
Soft Rocks - "Talking Jungle" (Justin Van Der Volgen remix) - (9:52) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Kerrier District - "Let's Dance And Freak" - (5:07) 118 BPM
   
Dennis Ferrer - "The Red Room" (OBJ vocal mix) - (7:00) 127 BPM
   
Oni Ayhun, RRoxymore, Jaguar Woman & Aquarian Jugs - "DR-1" - (5:53) 128 BPM
   
Alden Tyrell - "All We Need" (feat John Marks - '87 Fix) - (6:32) 125 BPM
   
HVCK - "Domino" - (5:53) 120 BPM
   
Bourbon & Maxx - "Mystery Man" - (10:45) 120 BPM
   
Mystic Pleasure - "Back Door" - (6:04) 134 BPM
   
Eamon Harkin & Justin Carter - "Mister Saturday Night, Then & Now" (continuous DJ mix) - (1:15:32) 123 BPM
Played by: LEGO EDIT
Review: To celebrate 250 parties, Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter, the residents at and organisers of Mister Saturday Night, have put together this wonderful compilation. It starts with the offbeat folk of Menelik Wossenatchu's "Tezeta" and the glorious, soulful disco of Soul Bros Inc's "Pyramid". The compilation veers back towards electronic sounds on the stripped back deep house of ESB's "On Cue" and the bleepy "Aches" from Baba Stiltz. FaltyDL's "Hardcourage" bridges the gap between the abstract and dance-floor structures, Marcellus Pittman drops the acid-soaked Detroit house of "There's Somebody Out There" and Kerrier District delivers the lush electronic disco of "Let's Dance and Freak".Then & Now is a wide-eyed, freewheeling compilation that captures the long-running New York party's essence.

MSN 027DTM
30 Jun 17
Deep House
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Momma Knows - (7:25) 123 BPM
   
Mayan Basement - (5:52) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Open House Memories - (4:39) 120 BPM
Review: Having started his career by playing keys in Underground Resistance offshoot Galazy 2 Galaxy, it would be fair to say that Esteban Adame has impeccable techno credentials. These days, though, his output tends more towards deep house, as this fine EP for Mister Saturday Night proves. Check, for example, the jazzy bassline, skipping U.S garage style beats and bubbly electronics that sprint from the speakers throughout opener "Momma Knows", or the crunchy, distorted drums, breezy Latin piano motifs and undulating vibraphone solos that mark out title track "Mayan Basement". As for closer "Open House Memories", it sounds like a half-remembered memory of an organ-driven deep techno party from the late 1990s (which, to be fair, is a very good thing in our world).
MSN 030
08 Jun 18
Deep House
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Woo Ha - (5:55) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Brothers & Sisters - (5:08) 118 BPM
Played by: Tru Thoughts
Review: Mister Saturday Night take it to the disco with this riotous release from Glasgow based pairing General Ludd. Whilst the name may be new to you, the duo behind General Ludd should be familiar with Tom Marshallsay widely regarded for his work as Dam Mantle and Rich McMaster part of the excellent Optimo Music act Golden Teacher. Apparently General Ludd began with the pair working on interactive sound installations, before moving into fully fledged productions and their debut release is a real slammer. Lead track "Woo Ha" is the sort of cut DJs every where will embrace as a tool for causing optimum dancefloor mayhem, a crushing array of orgiastic vocal samples, deep bass lines, rickety snares and drums subjected to expert delay. "Brothers & Sisters" offers a more reserved B Side and is perfect for those on warm up duties. More of this General Ludd!
MSN 009
10 Feb 14
Disco/Nu-Disco
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Are You Losing My Hearing? - (5:16) 128 BPM
   
Moneychangers - (6:59) 60 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Glaswegian house dabbler General Ludd is back on New York City's Mister Saturday Night with a new EP, and it couldn't have come faster - we love the stuff that this guy makes. Not unlike his previous efforts, "Are You Losing My Hearing?" is a roughneck house sketch boasting a wonky percussive groove, gorgeous flurries of organic instrumentation and all the electronic oddity you could possibly fit into a club tune. "Moneychangers" is tamer in its structure but more penetrating on the dancefloor, where dusty drums and metallic hi-hats fold into a tidy house cut with a sinister, twisted edge.
MSN 017
11 Sep 15
Bass
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Sunset Yellow - (6:56) 125 BPM
   
Brilliant Blue - (7:21) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Amaranth - (5:31) 125 BPM
Review: General Ludd is the stage name for Rich McMaster and Tom Marshallsay and Sunset Yellow is their third release on Mr Saturday Night. In keeping with the general tone and direction of the label, they offer house music with an offbeat twist. The title track fuses a stepping rhythm and broken beats with an insistent melodic stab that gets increasingly high-pitched as the arrangement unfolds. "Brilliant Blue" is more stripped back and revolves around a rudimentary bass, hollowed out drums and the occasional cosmic squiggle. Maintaining the offbeat approach to the end is "Amaranth'; with its heavy percussive bursts, dub effects and lunging rhythm it's the most dance floor-focused track on the release.
MSN 023
09 Sep 16
Techno
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Poshlost - (6:16) 125 BPM
   
Margareten - (7:13) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Replacement - (10:38) 127 BPM
Review: Having surprised a few with the far-out nature of his thrillingly ambient Let One Hundred Flowers Bloom release on Mister Saturday Night, Gunnar Haslam returns to dancefloor pastures with this follow-up for the esteemed NYC imprint. Opener "Poshlost" is trippy and melancholic, with dusty, dub techno-influenced chords ricocheting around a delay-laden sound-space, underpinned by a simple-but-effective rhythm. "Margareten" ups the intensity, with ragged acid lines and a relentless techno groove providing contrast to the deepness of his chords. Finally, "Replacement" sits somewhere between the two tracks, with rolling techno chords, fuzzy textures, gently building melodies and fizzing percussion creating a rush-inducing mood.
MSN 014
11 Sep 15
Techno
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Geospatial - (5:55) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Mirage - (6:56) 126 BPM
   
Skylark - (5:29) 125 BPM
Review: Having impressed with EPs on M
MSN 026
28 Apr 17
Techno
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Deposit - (6:06) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Cole's Lullaby - (3:56) 124 BPM
   
Shave - (4:34) 126 BPM
Review: Brooklyn's Mister Saturday Night has been in operation for little over a year, and in that time that confounded all expectations with their varied roster and ability to uncover fresh new talent. Locally sourced Hank Jackson is the latest such producer, arriving with a rough and ready sound which sounds ever rawer than Anthony Naples' Moscato offering, referencing the kinds of sounds coming from L.I.E.S. and Opal Tapes. Lead track "Deposit" sees mucky acid-style synths buried under a built-up layer of grit, held together with little more than an insistent cowbell, while "Cole's Lullaby" is even more left of centre, consisting of little more than experimental synth tones forced through cheap distortion. "Shave" offers possibly the straightest track here, but it's still got the kind of kick drum driving its combination of thrift store percussion and rabid synths that Delroy Edwards would be jealous of.
MSN 006
01 Jul 13
Techno
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Physical Graffiti - (7:35) 123 BPM
   
The Clay - (5:47) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Exitus - (5:42) 119 BPM
Played by: Catz 'N Dogz
Review: Tokyo's Jun Kamoda is the latest artist to join the ever-expanding Mister Saturday Night family. The Japanese producer was invited to contribute to Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter's label after partying with the duo in New York last year. There's much to admire on The Clay EP, starting with the driving-but-wonky, hard-to-describe madness of "Physical Grafiti" (think bombastic, chopped-up disco loops, restless electronics, rubbery bass, layered handclaps and delay-laden vocal snippets). He moves towards Aunti Flo territory on the pulsating, jackin' Afro-house sweatiness of "The Clay", before closing proceedings with some more cosmic, disco-not-disco-meets-house action (the looped vocal yelps, tight beats and distorted samples of "Excitus"). Utterly bonkers, all told, but all the more brilliant for it.
MSN 020
25 Mar 16
Deep House
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Know It All - (3:20) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Know It All Version - (3:22) 123 BPM
Played by: Till Von Sein
MSNSEVEN 001D
18 Nov 16
Indie
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Great Destroyer - (3:35) 91 BPM
   
Infinite Pieces - (3:50) 65 BPM
   
Know It All - (3:20) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
With The Old Breed - (4:00) 118 BPM
   
The Island - (0:23) 120 BPM
   
What Can You Tell Your Children About Hope? - (5:19) 148 BPM
   
Leaves - (4:06) 59 BPM
   
A Presence - (2:51) 158 BPM
MSND 003
24 Feb 17
Indie
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Explosion - (11:44) 121 BPM
   
Life Has Changed - (9:43) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Somewhat surprisingly, this is prolific producer Keita Sano's first outing on Mister Saturday Night for two years. While his first EP for the label, 2014's People Are Changing, was a distorted, all-or-nothing techno affair, Explosion sees him diving deep into the world of disco-house. The stretched-out title track is something of a sweaty, four-to-the-floor, loop-based disco smasher, with Sano wisely using a pair of stretched-out, filtered vocal breakdowns to build energy before unleashing the killer groove. Flipside "Life Has Changed" is similarly epic, but takes a sparkly, deep house tinged approach, with cut-up excerpts from a well-known George Benson classic being peppered with wide-eyed electronics and occasional vocal chants.
MSN 022
29 Jul 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
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People Are Changing - (5:45) 123 BPM
   
Ant - (5:54) 122 BPM
   
She Was The One - (6:49) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: There's a pleasant story behind this release from Mister Saturday Night, with Okayama based musician Keita Sano discovering the label's releases in the vinyl bins of his local record shop and inspired by the music was moved to produce and send Eamon and Justin a clutch of tracks. The three cuts chosen from his submissions for this People Are Changing are far removed from the glitchy, instrumental hip hop that made up Sano's Jewels EP for London label Keep Up! late last year but this only suggests a degree of strength regarding his production prowess. The title track is equal parts high octane and unhinged and really this latter aspect remains a key component of Sano's subsequent productions, with the electrically charged "She Was The One" a particular highlight.
MSN 010
01 Apr 14
Techno
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Yacht Cruiser - (6:31) 105 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Playing My Numbers - (3:51) 96 BPM
   
Cape Horn - (4:14) 125 BPM
   
Small Doses - (6:44) 110 BPM
Review: Now established as a record label with a knack for uncovering club ready material, Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin's Mr Saturday Night introduce Irish producer Lumigraph. Followers of Opal Tapes output this year will no doubt fondly recall the Dublin based producer's nautically themed LP and as with previous MSN releases, Lumigraph betrays inherent links with Carter and Harkin, having lived in NYC during the summer of 2012 and been a regular attendee at their parties and forged a friendship that has resulted in The Yacht Cruiser EP. Like the label's recent releases from Hank Jackson and breakout pizza addict Anthony Naples, the four tracks here veer towards the lo-fi edge of the house and techno spectrum; the synths interrupting the relentless kick of "Cape Horn" sound particularly crusty and abstracted, though the dreamier house tones of the title track and "Small Doses" show him to have a sedate outlook also.
MSN 007
01 Oct 13
Deep House
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Steady Mobbin' - (6:10) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
But It Really Didn't Matter What It Was - (6:39) 126 BPM
   
I Won't Forget You - (4:59) 123 BPM
Review: Melja is a young artist who makes his vinyl debut on Mister Saturday Night after putting out digital releases on labels like Car Crash Set and Hot N Heavy. For this release the New York label has exhumed from Melja three cuts of bottom-end heavy, lo-fi and distorted techno music that will beef up a house set or nestle into a rhythm section of a long haul techno session. "I Won't Forget" is the heaviest, industrial track on this release while "Steady Mobbin" is body rhythmic, but with out the slam and assault you might hear from say, Token.
MSN 011
05 May 15
Techno
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Moscato A - (5:52) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Moscato B - (5:22) 131 BPM
Review: Anthony Naples pays no (mad) disrespect to Shed or gritty '90s retrospective house and techno music with his Moscato EP, the Brooklyn resident's second release for local party come label Mister Saturday Night. "Moscato" combines the snow capped hats of WK7's "The Avalanche" with the grounded down piano stabs of Head High's "It's A Power Thing" and the rolling motion of Alden Tyrell's "Rush" from Clone's Basement Series. "Moscato" is essentially a mirror image of the first track, only Naples tones down the techno elements by resigning his Shed-esque stabs to the background, bringing soothing house driven Rhodes to the fore. With a release for The Trilogy Tapes on the way Naples looks like proving last year's debut release was no fluke.
MSN 003
24 Jan 13
Deep House
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Leo Draws - (5:58) 122 BPM
   
If You Can Dance Then Rave On It - (5:54) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Expe 12 - (4:58) 124 BPM
MSN 019
04 Dec 15
Deep House
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Little Chan - (6:18) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
The Stoop - (6:43) 103 BPM
   
Stand Your Ground - (6:29) 100 BPM
   
Emotional Rescue - (6:08) 117 BPM
Review: Having started the year with a mix CD and two samplers celebrating their roots as an acclaimed New York party, Mister Saturday Night returns to the business of building up the label's already impressive catalogue. This time, former Rush Hour associate Nebraska is at the controls. Stand Your Ground is unwaveringly positive throughout, delivering a range of cheery, dancefloor-focused cuts. There's some deliciously summery deep house in the shape of "Little Chan" (check out the superb pianos and acid tweaks), while "The Stoop" is a low-slung chugger built around killer jazz samples. The slower "Stand Your Ground" is nothing less than a slow-motion rush - all positive electronics and twittering melodies - while closer "Emotional Rescue" is a horn-toting romp through peaktime disco house.
MSN 015
11 Sep 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
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Done My Best - (5:33) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Look What You've Done To Me - (7:59) 104 BPM
   
SOS Dub - (6:49) 120 BPM
Review: Ali "Nebraska" Gibbs last outing on Mister Saturday Night, 2015's Stand Your Ground, saw the producer treating listeners to a quartet of tracks that touched on a multitude of house styles. This follow-up has a similar feel. He begins with the loose-but-bold drums, electric piano solos, disco strings and occasional punchy horns of "Done My Best", before dropping down into slower, deeper, dub-tinged territory via the toasty electric bass, stretched-out chords, mid-tempo grooves and pitched-down horns of "Look What You've Done To Me". He rounds off another fine outing with "S.O.S Dub", a crackling, unfeasibly atmospheric journey through dub house grooves, fluttering chords and creepy electronics.
MSN 021
29 Apr 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
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Femenine - (7:14) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Closer - (5:18) 123 BPM
   
No One Belongs Here More Than You - (6:25) 122 BPM
   
Sister Midnight - (6:40) 120 BPM
Played by: Jimpster
Review: The Mister Saturday Night crew is rather excited about this EP from Manchester producer Olsen, who already has releases on Perfect Motion, Super and Tinted to his name. They describe it as "melodic, dreamy and understated", and we tend to agree. You'll struggle to find a deeper or more seductive chunk of electronic deep house melancholy than pulsating closer "Sister Midnight", while the impeccable "No One Belongs Here More Than You" sounds like Floating Points jamming at sunrise on a Croatian beach after a tiring and emotional night out. The influence of Sam Shepheard can be heard elsewhere on the EP, too, with opener "Feminine" - all yearning pianos, eyes-closed electronics and crunchy drum machine percussion - standing out.
MSN 029
13 Apr 18
Deep House
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Clammy Customer - (9:21) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Madame Suede Nightshade - (7:28) 116 BPM
Review: Brooklyn trio Archie Pelago has always been one of Mister Saturday Night's more intriguing acts, with a sound that expertly blends live playing (trumpet, cello, sax), with analogue and digital electronics. While it would be incorrect to say that their tunes - think jazz, disco, Latin, soul, funk and house melded together - ape the work of Arthur Russell and Dinosaur L, but they're certainly in a similar ballpark. This latest single for Harkin and Carter's lauded imprint is another impressive outing. Choose between the Konk-meets-Floating Points-in-Brazil warmth of "Clammy Customer", and "Madame Suede Nightshade", a choppier and chunkier house excursion that makes great use of heavily edited samples, flowery chords and darting chords. Excellent stuff, as always.
MSN 016
11 Sep 15
Deep House
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A Hundred Times - (5:56) 125 BPM
   
The Translator - (4:20) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Components - (4:03) 121 BPM
Played by: RSS Disco
Review: With his classical training and day job as a professional vibraphonist, comparisons between Will Shore and previous New York dance music mavericks - most notably Arthur Russell and Kelley Polar - are natural. Certainly, he draws on NYC's fine tradition of genre-bending and far-sighted experimentation on this debut EP for Mister Saturday Night. Vibraphone-heavy opener "A Hundred Times", which pays tribute to legendary minimalist composer Steve Reich before building in intensity, is little short of brilliant. House DJs will naturally be drawn towards the lilting, vibraphone-laden deep house shuffle of early morning classic-in-waiting "The Translator", while similarly rhythmic closer "Components" is a woozy and dubbed-out chunk of mind-altering house exotica.
MSNTEN 002
08 Sep 17
Deep House
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Suit Up - (1:19) 73 BPM
   
Stingy - (3:26) 80 BPM
   
Tell Me How - (3:13) 75 BPM
   
Focus (feat Sixpress) - (2:10) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Temper - (3:33) 91 BPM
Review: We are here treated to a really cool project from Taphari, who joins forces with the Mister Saturday Night imprint across five tracks of experimental rap creation, kicking off with the 808 driven sub rolls and skippy percussive stylings of 'Stingy'. Next, the luscious, retro soundscaping of 'Suit Up' takes us down memory lane before 'Tell Me How' turns up the tempo drastically with it's grinding bass tones and skippy drum textures. To follow, 'Focus' alongside SixPress provides us with some internal funky energy, before the spacey energies of 'Temper' put the finishing touches on a very forward thinking body of work from Taphari.
MSN 031
29 Mar 19
Hip Hop/R&B
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Stingy - (3:26) 80 BPM
MSN 031S 2
08 Mar 19
Hip Hop/R&B
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Focus - (2:10) 120 BPM
MSN 031S1
28 Sep 18
Deep House
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Dark Sky - "In Brackets" - (6:26) 120 BPM
   
Archie Pelago - "Brown Oxford" - (4:21) 120 BPM
   
Lumigraph - "Yacht Cruiser" - (6:31) 105 BPM
   
General Ludd - "Woo Ha" - (5:55) 125 BPM
   
Keita Sano - "People Are Changing" - (5:45) 123 BPM
   
Hank Jackson - "Cole's Lullaby" - (3:56) 124 BPM
   
Hank Jackson - "Shave" - (4:34) 126 BPM
   
Anthony Naples - "Moscato B" - (5:22) 131 BPM
   
General Ludd - "C" - (9:02) 125 BPM
   
Archie Pelago - "Cinema Club" - (4:52) 125 BPM
   
Boya - "Dawn Corner" - (6:33) 128 BPM
   
Alex Burkat - "Shower Scene" - (4:53) 117 BPM
   
Dark Sky - "Rare Bloom" - (6:05) 123 BPM
   
Gunnar Haslam - "Kenosha (Amytal)" - (5:02) 95 BPM
   
Dark Sky - "Clear" - (5:22) 120 BPM
   
General Ludd - "Brothers & Sisters" - (5:08) 118 BPM
   
Archie Pelago - "The House Of Haab" - (4:56) 92 BPM
   
Gunnar Haslam - "Let A Hundred Flowers Bloom" - (2:41) 148 BPM
   
Dark Sky - "IYP" - (5:51) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Keita Sano - "Ingram" - (5:44) 124 BPM
   
Boya - "The Idler" - (6:58) 124 BPM
   
Lumigraph - "Cape Horn" - (4:14) 125 BPM
   
Keita Sano - "Drummer Trix" - (5:23) 120 BPM
   
Archie Pelago - "Frederyck Swerl" - (8:20) 138 BPM
   
Anthony Naples - "Mad Disrespect" - (5:42) 120 BPM
MSNCD 001
23 Jun 14
Techno
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Alice Smith - "Love Endeavor" (Maurice Fulton remix) - (5:32) 117 BPM
   
Nebraska - "Green Marimba" - (2:53) 117 BPM
   
Cobblestone Jazz - "Traffic Jam" - (6:40) 117 BPM
   
Mr. G - "Daily Prayer" - (6:55) 120 BPM
   
Anthony Parasole & Elgato - "Quickstrike/Zone" - (2:48) 122 BPM
   
Caribou - "Leave House" (Motor City Drum Ensemble remix) - (4:11) 123 BPM
   
Adesse Versions - "Modal" - (3:25) 122 BPM
   
Jasper Street Company - "Solid Ground" (Tommy Musto remix) - (4:38) 121 BPM
   
House Of Gypsies - "Another Worry" - (5:24) 122 BPM
   
Lord Nelson - "Shango" (Daniel Haaksman & DJ Beware remix) - (3:31) 122 BPM
   
Jorgen Paape - "Take That" - (4:19) 122 BPM
   
Ike Release - "Phazzled" - (4:19) 122 BPM
   
Recloose - "Can't Take It (Dub)" (Herbert's Some Dumb dub) - (4:26) 122 BPM
   
Bassclef - "Ghost Kicks In The Spiral" - (5:47) 121 BPM
   
Various - "Weekends & Beginnings" (continuous DJ mix) - (1:06:27) 121 BPM
MSNCD 002DX
17 Nov 14
Funky/Club House
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