Review: All those who love disco should already be familiar with Double Exposure's "My Love Is Free", a Philadelphia International style gem that was one of the earliest releases on Salsoul. Here the timeless dancefloor gem is given a new makeover by multi-track remix king the Reflex. His version is of course superb, with the French producer building up the groove before dropping in echo-laden snippets of vocal and cut-glass strings midway through. He cannily works this for a little while before finally teasing in the familiar chorus two thirds of the way through. It's a clever and effective rework in part because it strips out a lot of the occasionally overbearing orchestration in favour of the killer groove that was previously buried a little in Tom Moulton's mix.
Review: Legendary Australian DJ Cam Bianchetti, these days known as Late Night Tuff Guy (aka HMC) is said to be 'honoured' to appear on the esteemed Salsoul Records with three killer edits of classics from their back catalogue. LNTG respectfully handles and edits them with care. Featuring First Choice's anthems "Doctor Love" (Late Nite Tuff Guy Hypnotizin' Groove) and "Love Having You Around" (Late Nite Tuff Guy rework). This is followed by Double Exposure's "Everyman" which gets respliced and stretched to perfection once again, plus featuring those epic filter sweeps throughout for added dancefloor drama. Beautifully mastered, these edits appeared courtesy of 2018's Record Store Day and is certainly one for the disco heads right here!