Mysterious Vibe - (4:00) 110 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Girl Take Me - (5:29) 105 BPM
Play The Game - (6:45) 110 BPM
Lessons - (4:52) 105 BPM
Clean Sweep - (3:57) 105 BPM
Pressure - (6:08) 112 BPM
Embrace - (6:10) 114 BPM
We Can't Miss - (7:20) 115 BPM
Falling Back - (3:57) 105 BPM
Never - (3:38) 100 BPM
When Our Eyes Connect - (4:05) 90 BPM
Review: The UK disco boy Ash Reynolds follows up his last EP for Slightly Transformed with a new LP for the label, a diverse and all-encompassing disco-house gem for the small hours. The opener "Mysterious Vibe" is the grooviest piece of house funk that we've heard in a while - not to mention its glorious array of synths - and the dude follows up rather spectacularly with the rest of the release. We're particularly into "Play The Game" for its Detroit sensibility that reminds us of Kyle Hall's funkier output. Dopeness, indeed!
ST 003
01 Jan 16
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Divided - (7:28) 120 BPM
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01 Mar 17
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Stressed Out - (7:32) 123 BPM
ST 009
24 Nov 17
Funky/Club House
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Ash Reynolds - "Tune In (Intro)" - (0:36) 112 BPM
Ash Reynolds - "Across The Floor" - (6:38) 112 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Ash Reynolds - "Down To The Strip" - (4:00) 108 BPM
Ash Reynolds, Soulpersona, Princess Freesia - "Remember When" - (3:19) 108 BPM
Ash Reynolds - "Vibes & Stuff" - (2:26) 85 BPM
Ash Reynolds & Chuggin Edits - "Smooth" - (5:49) 106 BPM
Ash Reynolds - "Hold On" - (2:50) 90 BPM
Ash Reynolds - "We Have What We Need" - (2:58) 108 BPM
Ash Reynolds - "Good Morning" - (2:17) 89 BPM
Ash Reynolds - "Under The Moon" - (3:06) 95 BPM
Ash Reynolds - "Don't Stop Movin'" - (3:29) 98 BPM
Ash Reynolds - "Break Out The Casio" - (2:24) 93 BPM
Ash Reynolds - "Oh!" - (2:11) 95 BPM
Ash Reynolds - "Devoted" - (3:51) 110 BPM
Review: Put on your gladdest of drags and hit the main thoroughfare; for his debut album Reynolds is taking us to town and he's doing it with serious sonic style. Down To The Strip is a hazy, dusky balmy LA Miami night circa 1985. An album built up around the warmest filters, clever samples and velvet synths cruising at a smooth mid tempo and surprising with plenty of twists in the tale; highlights include the bending chords and slouching breaks of "Hold On", the sublime hypnosis of "Under The Moon", the strange jazzy spring of "Oh!" and the Roule style loopy finesse of "Chuggin Edits". Time to strip things back.
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27 Jul 18
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I Know, I Know (original mix) - (6:22) 112 BPM
I Know, I Know (Limpodisco remix) - (5:51) 112 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: It's been a bumper year for fans of Chuggin Edits trademark band of sample-heavy disco revisionism and throbbing, mid-tempo edits. This outing on Slightly Transformed follows on from fine EPs for Alpaca Edits, FKR, Midnight Riot, Hot Digits and Bandolier. "I Know I Know" is, naturally, something of a loopy chugger; a spacey, AOR disco/Italo-disco style throb job that radically transforms a much-loved cosmic disco classic in mesmerizing fashion. Limpdisco is on hand to provide the obligatory remix, providing a revision that's closer in tone and style to the Gaz Nevada classic that inspired the Chuggin revision.
ST 012
07 Dec 18
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Disco Lights (original mix) - (6:55) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Disco Lights (Andy Buchan remix) - (6:45) 122 BPM
Disco Lights (Ash Reynolds remix) - (5:44) 120 BPM
Review: No slapsash edits here, just some cheery nu-dsco positivity from sometime Re-Loved re-editor Conan The Selector and guest vocalist Sherie. Her lead vocal is superb - think classic soulful house meets screaming disco diva - while Conan's backing track on "Disco Lights" is rich in twinkling piano motifs, handclap-heavy percussion, rich disco grooves and clipped, Chic style guitars. Conan's original version comes backed with two solid reworks, too. First Andy Buchan gives the track a slightly more electronic feel on his synth-laden nu-diusco revision, before Ash Reynolds layers delay-laden vocal snippets above a deep and dreamy disco-house groove on his headline-grabbing remix.
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13 Dec 19
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Some Thang - (6:50) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Nature's Super - (7:15) 120 BPM
Review: Based in St Albans, Hansi has been breathing new life into dusty old tunes for some time. This two-tracker for Slightly Transformed appears to be his first outing on a well-known label, with previous missives being self-released. Both tracks here - subtly tooled-up re-edits - are an excellent showcase for Hansi's productions. Our pick of the pair is "Some Thang", a sweeping, funk-fuelled, party-ready revision of what sounds like an AOR disco classic rich in swirling orchestration, crunchy Clavinet lines and blue-eyed soul vocals. "Nature's Super" sees the Hertfordshire DJ/producer get to work on Cerrone classic "Supernature", expertly blending elements of the original with some fittingly funky new instrumentation. The synth bassline is, in particular, delightfully heavy.
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12 May 19
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Your Love - (6:42) 120 BPM
Easy Love - (5:17) 117 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: I Gemin has been busy this year, contributing to compilations and multi-artist EPs from such labels as ISM, Midnight Riot and Editorial. Here the Russian producer strikes out on his own via what we believe to be his first outing on Slightly Transformed. The title track is a great example of his self-proclaimed "intelligent house" approach, combining woozy, sun-kissed soul, disco and jazz-funk samples with occasional filter trickery, a warming bassline and relaxed (and some would say rubbery) house beats. The slightly bolder and more up-tempo "Easy Love" is similarly groovy, with the producer wrapping punchy horn lines, wah-wah guitars, jazzy horns and occasional female vocal snippets above a more rolling house rhythm.
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20 Sep 19
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Good Vibe - (6:03) 119 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
You & Me - (6:59) 121 BPM
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01 Mar 19
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Nothing But Funk - (7:03) 118 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Groove It - (7:14) 120 BPM
All Night Long - (6:35) 117 BPM
Review: If you're gonna give your EP a title like that, you'd damn well better HAVE 'da funk' to back it up. Thankfully, Mexican producer Van Pratt most assuredly does. 'Nothing But Funk' itself kicks off the EP, opening with a full-phat bassline before ushering in an 80s boogie-style vocal and some VERY 80s-sounding synth chords. That sets the tone for the rest of the EP, with 'Groove It' marrying white-socked 80s soul vibes to a liquid-y funk geetar line while 'All Night Long' is a straight-up boogie number built for cruising along Ocean Drive with the top pulled down and your Wayfarers on, baby...
ST 024
15 Nov 19
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What's The Use - (5:19) 107 BPM
Watching You - (5:19) 115 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Since debuting a few years back, Oldchap has delivered some quietly impressive re-edits and original productions. Here he makes his bow on Slightly Transformed following previous outings on such labels as Editorial, Boutade Musique and Puro Music. First up is "What's The Use", a hustling swamp funk revision where dubbed-out, filtered instrumental sections make way for chunkier slow house passages in which Oldchap showcases the killer guitar, bass and electric piano solos featured on the disco-funk track that inspired it. Similarly impressive is "Watching You", which sees the self-proclaimed wrinkly gently tool up and dub-out a rasping chunk of Blaxploitation-era funk.
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01 Feb 19
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Street Pocket - (6:38) 118 BPM
Never - (7:28) 105 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Funky Doo - (7:02) 120 BPM
Nao Pochie - (6:25) 105 BPM
Review: Italy's Paolo Vecchiato serves up four authentic-sounding slices of retro funk. 'Street Pocket' itself is up first, a sax-tastic, laidback jazz-funker reminiscent of The Crusaders or (dare we say it) Shakatak, particularly when the girly chorus arrives halfway through. 'Never' is in a similar vein but has more of a sultry, late-night feel, while 'Funky Doo' takes us into more stomping, silver-jumpsuit-clad Ohio Players/Commodores territory and barrio funker 'Nao Poche' plays us out on a Latin-tinged note. An EP that could easily have been made some time around 1981 - and in this case that's a compliment, not a complaint!
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18 Oct 19
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Say Goodnight (original mix) - (4:23) 115 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Say Goodnight (Basement Love remix) - (3:14) 92 BPM
Played by: 80's Child, Wonkar
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28 Apr 14
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When U Return - (7:04) 113 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Nights Over - (5:39) 116 BPM
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11 Jan 19
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Playaround - (7:51) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Oh My My - (6:59) 124 BPM
Review: 10 months on from his last solo outing - a four-track missive of "Good Vibes" on Midnight Riot - South London's Shit Hot Soundsystem makes his belated bow on Slightly Transformed. There's much to enjoy on opener "Playground", a buzzing, low-slung chunk of mind-altering dub disco full of trippy electronic noises, intense bass, funky guitars and well-placed samples from a New York disco classic. On accompanying cut "Oh My My" he whips off his shirt and runs giddily towards sunny and summery disco pastures, adding his distinctive touch to a glassy eyed early '80s cut full of chopped-up rifts, celebratory vocal snippets and excitement-building filter sweeps.
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09 Aug 19
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Wasted Nights - "She Got It" - (5:18) 118 BPM
Beerlover - "Weekend" - (2:35) 108 BPM
Ash Reynolds - "All Tonight" - (4:03) 110 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Palinoia - "Two Things" - (2:40) 120 BPM
Tuuwa & Peazy 86 - "Cyber Girl" - (2:39) 125 BPM
Dunkan Disco - "Malibu" - (3:12) 110 BPM
Statikk - "Do You Still Care" - (4:14) 106 BPM
Nam'pa - "Time" - (3:47) 94 BPM
Fitzzgerald - "Inside My Love" - (4:51) 116 BPM
Zeblon - "Little Cookie" - (3:36) 126 BPM
Nico - "A Day" (feat Jacko) - (5:20) 105 BPM
Midnight Runners - "Trapper Keeper" - (4:34) 90 BPM
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11 Feb 15
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Get To Know - "Music" (original mix) - (6:50) 117 BPM
Petko Turner - "Destiny" (original mix) - (6:45) 120 BPM
DJ XS - "Time" (original mix) - (6:26) 115 BPM
Shit Hot Soundsystem - "Be With You" (original mix) - (7:01) 114 BPM
Le Visiteur - "Make My Body Move" (original mix) - (6:32) 120 BPM
Chuggin Edits - "Floating" (original mix) - (5:42) 105 BPM
Paul Older - "I Don't Know Why" (original mix) - (6:56) 105 BPM
Late Night Workshop - "Guru4eva" (original mix) - (3:34) 100 BPM
Old Chap - "Flight With Love" (original mix) - (4:15) 99 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Vigi - "Take My Hand" (original mix) - (3:53) 115 BPM
Limpodisco - "Gimme Mo" (original mix) - (6:18) 124 BPM
Kut & Loop - "You & Me" (original mix) - (6:59) 121 BPM
Ash Reynolds - "Good Night" (original mix) - (4:33) 121 BPM
Deelicious - "12 Inches" (original mix) - (6:03) 119 BPM
Mannix - "The Beat" (original mix) - (6:13) 126 BPM
Rosso (IE) - "Don't You Love It" (original mix) - (5:31) 115 BPM
Partner Music - "Love Is Called" (original mix) - (6:11) 124 BPM
Ash Reynolds, Soulpersona, Princess Freesia - "Remember When" (Fingerman remix) - (7:13) 113 BPM
Downunder Disco - "Slow Moves" (original mix) - (5:46) 100 BPM
Review: With the sun finally making its presence felt in the UK, it seems a fitting time for Slightly Transformed to unleash this epic compilation of "Summer Numbers" - cheery, disco-fired chunks of positivity tailor made for al-fresco sets and celebratory shindigs. Featuring a mixture of tried-and-tested re-edits and sample-heavy original compositions, the 19-track set boasts a pleasingly high number of highlights. These include - but are no way limited to - the talkbox-sporting '80s disco/jazz-funk fusion of Shit Hot Soundsystem's "Be With You", the warm and woozy, synth-laden bliss of Chuggin Edits' "Floating", the slow and steady head-nod of Old Chaps wonderfully soulful "Flight With Love" and the fizzing disco rush of Limpdisco's "Gimme Mo". Get To Know's "Music" - a chunky revision of a jazz-funk era dancefloor destroyer by Dayton - is also excellent.
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05 Jul 19
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Acid Lies - (5:24) 102 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Because Of You - (6:08) 121 BPM
Review: London re-edit label Slightly Transformed bring us a two-tracker from French producer Vigi. No idea what the original source for the strings-drenched, male-vocalled 'Acid Lies' might be, but the track presented here is simply dripping in 80s soul/boogie goodness, while a gentle dash of 303 freakery adds a little more contemporary appeal towards the end. 'Because Of You' is similarly boogie-inspired, but has a pacier, more disco-oriented feel. Good stuff, but be careful out there, people - a couple of spins and you may find yourself overcome by a sudden yearning for shiny suits and enormous shoulderpads...
ST 019
28 Jun 19
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Your Time - (4:41) 105 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Perspective - (4:08) 95 BPM
ST 004
15 Apr 16
Deep House
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