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Smoke Miash (Santuri version - MCurtis remix) - (5:04) 98 BPM
Review: Greek producer Timewarp Inc demonstrates his remarkable versatility in the studio once more. Recent album 'Theory Of Evolution' focused primarily on reggae and dub sounds, but on this single-track release he takes an abrupt left turn into Latin-inspired territory. More specifically, the mid-paced 'Smoke Miash', with its fluttering Spanish guitars and mournful trumpets, has a distinct Mexican feel - it wouldn't sound out of place on an Ennio Morricone spaghetti western score, perhaps soundtracking the build-up to a hanging or funeral. It's not one for club play, but it certainly makes for hypnotic, head-nodding home listening.
TMDG 197
22 May 20
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Restart (feat Jammaroots - Beat Ride remix) - (5:12) 96 BPM
Restart (Beat Ride instrumental remix) - (5:12) 96 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Here's a Juno Download exclusive that's well worth checking. It sees talented but relatively little-known producer Beat Ride rework "Restart", one of the highlights of Timewarp Inc's fourth studio album "Theory of Revolution". Whereas Timewarp Inc's original version (not included here) was a skanking slab of sunshine reggae-funk featuring the soulful vocals of Jammaroots, Beat Ride's radical revision re-invents the track as a stirring, string-laden chunk of emotive, atmospheric trip-hop rich in warm Rhodes keys, dubbed-out horn blasts and jazzy guitar solos. It's a superb rework all told and available in both vocal and instrumental variations; our pick is the former, but both are top-notch.
TMDG 196
08 May 20
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Nasty Shit - (4:18) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Afrikaanse Waansin - (6:10) 80 BPM
Keep Movin - (6:12) 125 BPM
Rebellie - (5:18) 115 BPM
Rotation - (4:43) 116 BPM
War Nothing - (5:03) 57 BPM
Review: Don't be fooled by the title here. While there's definitely a strong African influence to the six tracks featured on this EP from Greece's Timewarp, you don't need to be a lover of complex polyrhythms or breathy, chanted vox to appreciate them. Instead, ever-prolific Italian producer Lalinga looks to African funk and jazz of the 1970s for inspiration. 'Nasty Shit' comes at the sound from a hip-hop perspective and 'Rebellie' is the EP's most overtly house-leaning cut, while 'Afrikaanse Waansin' is the most traditional-sounding, but all six will work well on the floor and will have particular appeal for the breakers and jazz dancers.
TMDG 195
03 Apr 20
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Global Conspiracy - (3:44) 84 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Broken Wings (feat Christie Bell) - (3:30) 84 BPM
Review: It's been an epic eight years since we last heard from the yet to be understood project that is Auditors Domination; a breakbeat fusion of acoustic, electronic, instrumental and folk inspired experimental music that sits on a jazzy, soulful tip graced by the slightest of eastern-themed motifs. 2012 was the first and last that we heard from the project when Timewarp released their debut album Palace of Light, which was given a huge 10 artist remix package, and following nearly a decade out of the spotlight, Auditors Domination teases at the idea of another album with this Modern Times single. Take "Global Conspiracy" for your instrumental, jazz and fusion dose, with "Broken Wings" your laid back, vocal lounge time session.
TMDG 194
06 Mar 20
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Spirit Of Crazy Buddha - (5:52) 93 BPM
Bad Ass Jazz - (5:33) 87 BPM
Rockalistick - (4:37) 60 BPM
Soul Motivation - (4:30) 96 BPM
I Am Believer - (4:11) 118 BPM
Make It Fuzz - (5:02) 110 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Down The New Orleans - (4:11) 112 BPM
Come Back To Me - (3:35) 119 BPM
Sweet Mamma Jamma - (4:29) 137 BPM
Heavy Boogie - (4:16) 114 BPM
Want Ya Now - (4:10) 114 BPM
We Gotta Keep On Rollin - (3:55) 120 BPM
Review: Long-player number four here from Croatia's Vladimir Sivc, better known as Funky Destination, and his third for Timewarp. The clue's definitely in the title, because it's largely soul rather than funk flavours that dominate - though we're talking sweaty 60s James Brown stompers rather than smoochy 70s love ballads, and admittedly that's one of music's most porous boundaries anyway! If you dig the likes of Speedometer, The Allergies, Skeewiff or Dr Rubberfunk you'll find much to enjoy here, with standouts including the blues harmonica-augmented 'Make It Fuzz' and the aptly-titled 'Bad Ass Jazz', while the string-laden 'Come Back To Me' has the most commercial, Amy-esque appeal.
TMDG 193
21 Feb 20
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Liberty Is Our Destiny (feat GOBEY - RSN remix) - (5:10) 100 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Liberty Is Our Destiny (RSN instrumental remix) - (5:10) 50 BPM
Review: Another single here taken from Timewarp Inc's heavily reggae-inspired 'Theory Of Evolution' album, which dropped back in November. Already featured on the 'Theory Of Revolution' instrumentals package, 'Liberty Is Our Destiny' now gets remixed (in vocal and instrumental flavas) by fellow Athens resident Aris Rsn, who tones down the original's hip-hop elements while beefing up the bottom end. The actual song structure remains untouched, but in RSN's hands the track has a much heavier, more dubwise feel, and as such would probably work a lot better in straight-up reggae/dub sets than the original album version.
TMDG 192
07 Feb 20
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Theory Of Revolution - (3:54) 84 BPM
Realistic - (4:23) 94 BPM
I'll Be Ok - (3:30) 102 BPM
Restart - (4:53) 96 BPM
Tropicaliente - (5:13) 94 BPM
Economic Boom - (4:06) 110 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Liberty Is Our Destiny - (4:55) 105 BPM
Review: It's been just a month since the loose musical collective centred around Greek producer Angelos Stoumpos released their fourth long-player 'Theory Of Revolution', and now here comes what is effectively Part Two, featuring instrumental versions of seven of the original 19 tracks. As per the album proper, reggae and dub vibes predominate, with the well-chosen title track and the Afro-influenced 'Restart' particularly deserving of your attention, but for funkateers the standouts will be lead single 'Realistic' (which sounds a lot more funk/hip-hop-oriented when stripped of its doo-wop vocal) and the lounge-y, Hammond-tastic 'I'll Be Okay'.
TMDG 191
10 Jan 20
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Theory Of Revolution (feat Georges Perin) - (3:54) 84 BPM
Realistic (feat Georges Perin) - (4:23) 94 BPM
Restart (feat Jammaroots) - (4:52) 96 BPM
Liberty Is Our Destiny (feat Gobey) - (4:55) 105 BPM
Economic Boom (feat The Mage - album version) - (4:06) 110 BPM
Tropicaliente (feat Georges Perin) - (5:14) 94 BPM
I'll Be Ok (feat Georges Perin) - (3:30) 102 BPM
Smoke Miash (Santuri version) - (4:27) 96 BPM
Dubwarp - (5:31) 94 BPM
Tweaky - (5:15) 98 BPM
Dub In Disco (feat Tasos Fotiou) - (5:01) 100 BPM
Reggae On Dope - (5:18) 110 BPM
Blessed - (5:15) 111 BPM
Soulfiction (2019 mix) - (3:45) 100 BPM
Bullshit (2018 version) - (4:39) 105 BPM
Discogirls (Discofunk version) - (5:24) 60 BPM
Afrofunk (feat Emma - remaster) - (5:22) 116 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Yuil Disco Breaks (Soundsystem version - remaster) - (5:44) 112 BPM
Not Bad Disco - (5:37) 55 BPM
Review: Album number four here from Angelos Stoumpos and friends. It comes hot on the heels of trailer single Realistic, but the latter's languid doo-wop soul vibes, however excellent, aren't really indicative of the album as a whole, which packs a lot more reggae and dub than it does soul and funk. Standouts include the dubbed-out 'Tweaky' and the skankin' 'Liberty Is Our Destiny', which sports an old school-sounding scratch break in the midsection and a dancehall vocal courtesy of Gobey, while funk and disco lovers are catered for with cuts like 'Discogirls', 'Afrofunk' and fine, jazz-tinged closer 'Not Bad Disco'.
TMVL 003
06 Dec 19
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Realistic (feat Georges Perin) - (4:23) 94 BPM
Review: Greek producer Angelos Stoumbos, better known as Timewarp Inc, comes with a single-track release on his own label here. Featuring a vocal from Georges Perin, 'Realistic' has a lazy, laidback, vaguely doo-wop kinda feel, and in a fairer world could easily follow the likes of Aloe Blacc's 'I Need A Dollar' or Pharrell's 'Happy' into the upper reaches of the Top 40. Coming on a Greek indie label means it probably won't, of course, but you're still left with a very accessible little groover that'd work just as well in hip funk and soul clubs, or at weddings and bar mitzvahs.
TMDG 190
29 Nov 19
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Come Back To Me - (3:35) 119 BPM
Come Back To Me (Soopasoul remix) - (4:28) 59 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Timewarp bring us a single release from label regular Funky Destination, AKA Croatian producer/bandleader/arranger Vladimir Sivc. There are two mixes of 'Come Back To Me' to choose from and they're both quite different. In its Original form, it's a very competent but fairly standard-issue "new old" funk/soul jam with a rasping part-spoken/part-sung female vocal, handclaps, looped-up beats and some fine work on the strings. But check the accompanying remix from Soopasoul for something altogether more down n' dirty, complete with phat funk bassline, wukka-wukking guitar, hard-hitting JBs-like drums and some mournful sax towards the track's close. Album #4 is surely due soon, so this bodes well...
TMDG 189
11 Oct 19
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The Inside Man (Soopasoul remix 7'' - Part 1) - (4:16) 57 BPM
The Inside Man (Soopasoul remix 7'' - Part 2) - (4:17) 57 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Funky, jazzy instrumental vibes with a hint of Latino influence are what we get from Timewarp Greece this time out. Soupasoul's remix (for such it is) comes in two parts, a nod to the days when that's how longer tracks were served up on vinyl. Part 1 foregrounds the muted trumpet part that serves as a lead line, underpinned by a resolutely funky b-line and augmented by a nagging keyboard riff. Part 2 opens with an extended percussive break, then revisits all the same parts but in a dubbier style, with the parping trumpet only really making an appearance towards the end.
TMDG 188
06 Sep 19
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Vito Lalinga (Vi Mode Inc. Project) & J. Josh - "Afrolicious" - (5:52) 110 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Vito Lalinga (Vi Mode Inc. Project) & Squerzanti Silvan - "Afro Afraid" - (4:58) 118 BPM
Afro Lions - (6:21) 122 BPM
Pink Groove - (6:26) 105 BPM
Ipanema Funk - (5:54) 60 BPM
The Frequency - (5:31) 118 BPM
Squerzanti Silvan - "Road Trip" (Vi Mode Inc. Project rework) - (5:42) 111 BPM
Squerzanti Silvan - "Road Trip" - (3:31) 110 BPM
Review: With an EP title like that, and tracks called things like 'Afro Lions', 'Afro Afraid' and 'Afrolicious', we're not giving out any lollipops for guessing the overall musical mood here! Part IV in the series finds Lalinga and friends serving up eight more cuts (or rather, seven more plus a remix) that basically pastiche African funk of the 70s extremely faithfully - though there's room, too, for a hint of Latin influences (see 'Ipanema Funk'), a dash of 60s boogaloo ('The Frequency') and straight-up funk (Squerzanti Silvan's closing 'Road Trip', which is also given a more Afro-tastic makeover on the VI Mode Inc. Project Rework).
TMDG 187
09 Aug 19
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Play The Game (Timewarp Inc remix) - (4:25) 95 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Play The Game (Timewarp Inc instrumental remix) - (4:25) 95 BPM
Review: Formerly regulars on US label Cold Busted, Bulgaria's Koka Mass Jazz - originally a solo project of producer Konstantin Katsarski, now a fully-fledged live band - recently moved over to like-minded Greek imprint Timewarp for their third long-player 'Elephunky Trip', from which this single is lifted. The Timewarp Inc Remix places Tiffany Blu's full-lunged soul vocal (which, lyrically, uses a traffic lights metaphor to discuss sexual consent) atop a backing made up of lilting Hammond chords, live hand percussion, a distinctly dubwise bassline and the occasional electric guitar squall, and is accompanied simply by a matching instrumental.
TMDG 186
05 Jul 19
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Other People - (3:59) 89 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Lovers' Battle - (3:39) 116 BPM
Compassion Level - (6:15) 84 BPM
When It Comes Down - (3:36) 110 BPM
Review: Dutch breakbeat/funk producer Arjen Flipsen, better known as Niles Philips, returns to his regular home of Timewarp Music with four tracks of dusty, lo-fi hip-hop. 'Other People' takes extensive samples of spoken vocal that sound like they've come from a 1950s/60s educational film, and places them atop a backing that wouldn't sound out of place on a western soundtrack. 'Lovers' Battle' marries chipmunk'd R&B vox, crunchy beats and wonked-out strings, 'Compassion Level' loops up smoochy 70s soul vox over a hefty midtempo breakbeat, while closer 'When It Comes Down' is similar in style to the rest but with a more dubwise feel.
TMDG 185
07 Jun 19
Hip Hop/R&B
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Discogirls (Aris Kokou Afro Disco remix) - (4:41) 120 BPM
Discogirls (Aris Kokou Afro Disco Beats) - (4:41) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Played by: LEGO EDIT, Vito lalinga
Review: Greek producer Angelos Stoumpos, better known as Timewarp Inc, brought us 'Discogirls' on his own Timewarp label last year, and now it's back with a brace of new mixes from fellow countryman Aris Kokou (whose real surname is actually Koukouselis). Kokou's Afro Disco Remix is pretty faithful to the original other than in the percussion department, where things get every bit as lively as you might expect. But if that's not enough of a workout for your dancers, then head for the fairly self-explanatory Afro Disco Beats mix, where those drums are REALLY let loose...
TMDG 184
10 May 19
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Discogirls - (6:48) 120 BPM
Review: Label boss Timewarp Inc. is back in business with his single "Discogirls" remixed by his Russian friend. You can expect a dance floor remix from the disco king Valentine Golovachev (aka Valique) where he gets on a trippy downtempo groove approach compared to the original's disco/funk track - and it is a nice move to taste something different. As the title states, this is a remix version made to watch the sunrise after a heavy night at the club!
TMDG 183
12 Apr 19
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Various/Timewarp Inc
Supersan - "Suez" (feat Kuppo - Timewarp Inc remix) - (4:52) 100 BPM
RSN - "Everything" (feat Kathrin DeBoer & BNC - Timewarp Inc remix) - (3:20) 84 BPM
Mister Kentro - "This Is The Time" (feat Gobey - Timewarp Inc feat Al The X-King remix) - (4:14) 100 BPM
Ekos Quartet - "Some Melancholic Jazz" (Timewarp Inc remix) - (4:51) 87 BPM
Shantisan - "Que Nego E Esse" (feat Micheline Cardoso - Timewarp Inc remix) - (4:32) 100 BPM
Shantisan - "Que Nego E Esse" (feat Micheline Cardoso - Timewarp Inc dub remix) - (4:36) 100 BPM
Turntill - "Inna Di Morning" (feat Daddy Shark - Timewarp Inc remix) - (4:39) 63 BPM
Banderas - "Handbrake" (Timewarp Inc remix) - (5:23) 128 BPM
Tournoi - "Le Jardin" (Timewarp Inc remix) - (4:28) 121 BPM
Mr. Gagun - "Funky Dog" (feat Susana Ruiz - Timewarp Inc remix) - (4:26) 120 BPM
Niles Philips - "Elastic Pleasures" (Timewarp Inc remix) - (5:32) 65 BPM
Medras - "Swim In Snow" (Timewarp Inc remix) - (5:00) 120 BPM
Quasamodo - "Funktastic" (Timewarp Inc remix) - (5:04) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: It's been four years since Timewarp Inc main man Angelos Stoumpos last offered up a remix retrospective. This fourth volume in his "Remix Sessions" series is therefore long overdue. As usual, you'll find tons of killer cuts to set the pulse racing, from the Sitar-laden mid-tempo skano of Stoumpos's remix of Supersan's "Suez" and the dubbed-out warmth of his version of "Some Melodic Jazz" by Erkos Quartet, to the Afro-infused bounce underpinning a superb rework of Banderas's punk-funk-tinged "Handbrake" and the sun-kissed trumpet solos and crunchy funk breaks of Mr Gagun's "Funky Dog". In other words, it's another hugely entertaining collection of remixes from the Athens scene stalwart.
TMDG 182
01 Mar 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Ekskuus - (5:32) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Hatari - (5:47) 120 BPM
The Black President - (5:30) 118 BPM
Imali - (4:18) 115 BPM
Imali (instrumental) - (4:18) 115 BPM
Marahaba - (6:15) 110 BPM
Vito Lalinga & Squerzanti Silvan - "Kumi" - (4:53) 105 BPM
Review: Vito Lalinga clearly has no intention of putting his feet up and letting the world pass him by. He released a staggering amount of material in 2018 and seems set to do the same this year. First up is the third part of Timewarp's "Afrodisiac" series and seven slices of Afro-funk-fired dancefloor goodness. There's naturally much to admire throughout, from the lilting trumpet solos of bongo-powered opener "Ekskuus" and the chant-a-long 4/4 funk breaks business of "The Black President", to the punchy 1970s Afrobeat update that is "Imali", a cut available in both vocal and instrumental variations. Closer "Kumi", a deep, bass-heavy and musically rich mid-tempo Afro shuffler, is also top notch.
TMDG 181
25 Jan 19
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Funky Destination - "Let's Make This Party Jumpin" - (3:22) 127 BPM
Streamer - "Mama's Funky Life" (Papa's 45 version) - (6:09) 100 BPM
Timewarp Inc - "Tropicaliente Feat. Georges Perin" - (5:13) 94 BPM
Sorraia - "Under The Jaguar Sun" - (3:29) 91 BPM
Niles Philips - "Pilgrim For A Day" - (5:27) 106 BPM
Vito Lalinga (Vi Mode Inc. Project) - "Fela Mania" - (4:35) 56 BPM
Koka Mass Jazz - "Play The Game Feat. Tiffany Blu" - (4:08) 95 BPM
Funkin? Basstards - "People Under The Snare Feat. Kid Stretch & Selectah Kats" - (3:32) 110 BPM
Ivan Blanusa - "Loungin" - (4:19) 54 BPM
Jack & Jointz Feat. Wild Life - "Coming Down" - (3:18) 100 BPM
Vito Lalinga (Vi Mode Inc. Project) - "African United Rhythm" - (4:56) 111 BPM
Timewarp Inc - "Discogirls" (Discofunk version) - (5:25) 60 BPM
DJ Inko - "Big Brawl" - (4:02) 120 BPM
JazzProfilactika - "Calle De Cubo" - (7:34) 119 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Funky Destination - "The Inside Man" (Simple Souls D'N'B remix) - (5:58) 87 BPM
Review: Greek nu-funk label Timewarp Music's annual compilation series reaches Volume 7. Fans of the label will know what to expect, then, but for everyone else it's the perfect chance to get acquainted. Indeed, you'll struggle to find a better 15-track snapshot of the contemporary funk scene this month, with tracks spanning the spectrum from Hammond jams like Streamer's 'Mamma's Funky Life' to the sunny jazz-funk of Ivan Blanusa's 'Loungin', with detours into Afro-funk (Vito Lalinga's 'African United Rhythm' and 'Fela Mania'), Latin grooves (JazzProfilactika's 'Calle De Cubo'), acid jazz (Koka Mass Jazz's 'Play The Game') and more.
TMDG 180
28 Dec 18
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I Lo-Fi You - (3:37) 95 BPM
B's Groove - (3:32) 114 BPM
Cross Trafficking - (3:40) 94 BPM
Pilgrim For A Day - (5:27) 106 BPM
Breaking Mechanism - (3:29) 94 BPM
Quite Wonderful - (4:03) 107 BPM
Things That Come To Me - (3:58) 91 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
So Good So Tight - (3:18) 147 BPM
Whiskey Wool & Fireplaces - (5:35) 102 BPM
Lush Dirt - (4:01) 88 BPM
Review: Dutch producer Niles Philips has been active on the "new old" funk scene since the mid-00s. He's released a string of EPs on the Timewarp label, along with a collection of his remixes for other artists, and it's to Timewarp he returns with his debut artist album. His particular brand of funk is scuzzy, fuzzy and quite guitar-heavy, more redolent of late 60s/early 70s bands like War, Rare Earth or Sly & The Family Stone than glitzier outfits like Earth Wind & Fire or The Ohio Players. But if searing Hammonds battling their way through a psychedelic haze are your idea of fun you're gonna love it, while 'So Good So Tight' veers towards future R&B territory and 'Whiskey Wool & Fireplaces' adds a twist of jazz.
TMDG 179
30 Nov 18
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The Grasshopper Lies Heavy - (4:26) 87 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Blue Rose - (3:57) 90 BPM
Under The Jaguar Sun - (3:29) 91 BPM
Oulata - (3:30) 74 BPM
Adenai - (3:06) 96 BPM
Cadiz - (3:35) 73 BPM
Review: According to Timewarp, Sorraia hail from another planet. Perhaps they do? Their stunning instrumental sounds are beguiling. At once sounding warm and familiar and from a far away planet; shades of dub, Cuban, Latin and Arabic all fused with Balearic charm and precision studio polish. The eerie melodica echoes of "Adenai", the Saharan bumps and blasts of "Cadiz", the serious eastern mysticism but raw funk "Oulata" and the sliding jazz tinged blues of "Blues Rose" are just some of the highlights. Essential for fans of the Israeli funk movement such as Markey Funk.
TMDG 178
26 Oct 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Play The Game (feat Tiffany Blu) - (4:08) 95 BPM
At This Moment - (3:49) 114 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Getting Better (feat Boyan Levchev) - (3:04) 106 BPM
Summer Soul (feat Tiffany Blu) - (4:12) 122 BPM
Fight Fire With Fire (feat Krista) - (3:24) 96 BPM
Day & Night (feat Krista) - (3:54) 110 BPM
Why (feat Boyan Levchev) - (3:54) 107 BPM
Review: After a painfully lengthy hiatus on the solo material front, Koka Mass Jazz aka Konstantin Katsarski reigns supreme once again except this time the man's up on Greece's Timewarp label. We didn't expect this either given his sensibility for jazz music but this new LP, Elephunky Trip, strangely fits like a hand in glove with the imprint's usually more experimental sound archive. "Play The Game" opens with sultry blues vocals and laid-back sort of style, melting nicely into the instrumental jazz-funk of "At This Moment", before turning on the funky pop vibes again with "Getting Better", featuring Boyan Levchev on the vocals. Tiffany Blu is back on the ones and twos on "Summer Soul", a rude little tune that gets sexier by the bar, and there's more funk to be had with the likes of Krista featuring on yet another two dope cuts.
TMDG 177
07 Sep 18
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The Inside Man (Simple Souls D'N'B remix) - (5:58) 174 BPM
TMDG 176
31 Aug 18
Drum And Bass
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Coming Down - (3:18) 100 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Coming Down (Mined & Forrest remix) - (3:14) 105 BPM
Coming Down (Timewarp Inc remix) - (3:17) 100 BPM
Coming Down (DJ Clairvo remix) - (3:46) 108 BPM
Coming Down (Jack & Jointz remix) - (3:46) 104 BPM
Coming Down (instrumental) - (3:13) 100 BPM
Coming Down (Mined & Forrest remix instrumental) - (3:14) 105 BPM
Coming Down (Timewarp Inc instrumental remix) - (3:07) 100 BPM
Coming Down (Jack & Jointz remix Sax instrumental) - (3:46) 104 BPM
TMDG 175
10 Aug 18
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African United Rhythm - (4:56) 111 BPM
Nigerian Night - (4:13) 55 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Safari Rhythm - (5:53) 110 BPM
Africano - (5:51) 115 BPM
TMDG 174
13 Jul 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Mama's Funky Life (Papa's 45 version) - (6:09) 100 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Check One Two One Two - (6:17) 125 BPM
Sit Tight (Gone South version) - (6:06) 120 BPM
Lowrider (1979 original version) - (6:43) 104 BPM
Lowrider (Vagz Sand Rahab Blues remix) - (5:59) 104 BPM
Rise Up (Morning Glory Pyjama version) - (4:09) 79 BPM
TMDG 173
04 Jun 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Rory Hoy & Quincy Jointz - "Reality" (feat Wildlife) - (4:12) 110 BPM
Forrest Funk - "Gitaro Kaj Trumpeto" - (3:43) 115 BPM
DJ Clairvo - "Come Da Place" - (3:40) 60 BPM
Jayl Funk - "Supernova" - (3:55) 117 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Zamali - "The Get Down" - (4:53) 63 BPM
DJ Color C2 - "Far Distance" - (3:59) 94 BPM
Quincy Jointz - "Get Away" - (3:33) 94 BPM
TMDG 172
07 May 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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People Under The Snare (feat Kid Stretch & Selectah Kats) - (3:32) 110 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Chick Sick - (2:29) 139 BPM
Review: Funkin Basstards make a high profile return with this fantastically groovy two track bonanza entitled 'People Under The Snare'. The title track is a super smooth tribute to funk, complete with a soulful vocal presence and additional features from Kid Stretch & Selectah Kats. On the flip side we treated to an organ-infused summer roller which goes by the name of 'Chick Sick'. These two are a must for any BBQ playlist you have lined up.
TMDG 171
13 Apr 18
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Discogirls (Discofunk version) - (5:25) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Discogirls (Spacedisco version) - (5:31) 120 BPM
TMDG 170
16 Mar 18
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Everybody's Inn - (3:18) 114 BPM
Let's Make This Party Jumpin - (3:22) 127 BPM
Boom Bang - (4:23) 125 BPM
Street's Of Bronx - (3:43) 57 BPM
Fusion Illusion - (4:26) 116 BPM
Amy's Story - (3:44) 104 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
J.J's On Meskaline - (4:17) 98 BPM
To My People - (4:17) 120 BPM
Higher - (1:51) 116 BPM
This Is Your Moment To Shine - (3:04) 60 BPM
Detective Wannabe - (3:33) 110 BPM
Seems Like I Heard Jose E Paco Playing - (4:22) 117 BPM
On My Way To Rio - (6:35) 110 BPM
Review: Timewarp Music is an independent Greek record label since 2004, whose musical style moves through funk and nu-disco through to dub and breaks. Label boss Angelos 'Timewarp' Stoumpos now presents Funky Destination a.k.a Vladimir Sivc: the funkiest project based in Croatia's Istria region. He is back with his third full length album for the label. We Are All Shining Stars features a dozen or so funk and soul edits mainly, but not limited to rock 'n' roll, new nu-skool breaks and a bit of ol' fashioned soul to boot. From the block rockin' breaks of "Boom Bang", the super lo-slung "J.J's On Meskaline" or the sultry slo-mo balearica of "On My Way To Rio" - this is indeed one well funky destination.
TMDG 169
02 Mar 18
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Fela Mania - (4:35) 56 BPM
Move Your Body In Africa - (4:34) 113 BPM
The Rain - (4:40) 110 BPM
Funk Forever - (4:48) 60 BPM
Vito Lalinga (Vi Mode inc. Project), Angelo Dattuomo, Giancarlo Coppola - "Respect" - (6:19) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Italian producer Vito Lalinga presents his debut EP on Greek label Timewarp, bringing five hot tracks on his fresh Afrodisiac EP. Your fix of nu-funk, combined with broken beats and a touch of African vibes - as heard on the spiritual and life affirming "Fela Mania". Likewise, "Move Your Body In Africa" features a cinematic touch with a soulful style that Vito Lalinga always brings. This is a collaboration with his mates Angelo Dattuomo and Giancarlo Coppola as Vi Mode Inc. Project and we sure can't wait to hear what is in store next from this hot trio.
TMDG 168
16 Feb 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Sampleheadz - "Afrosoul" - (5:39) 120 BPM
Vito Lalinga (Vi Mode Inc. Project) - "Move Your Body In Africa" - (4:34) 113 BPM
DJ Celeste Lear - "Funk Bomb" (instrumental) - (5:11) 57 BPM
Funky Destination - "Funky Music Overdose" (Louie's mix) - (3:17) 117 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Sampleheadz - "Moving On" - (5:28) 115 BPM
Afternoons In Stereo - "King Of The Iron Coast" - (7:18) 120 BPM
Leon - "Body And Soul" - (3:29) 131 BPM
Funky Destination - "We Gotta Keep That Mojo Rising" - (4:05) 118 BPM
Timewarp Inc - "Dub In Disco" (feat Tasos Fotiou) - (5:05) 100 BPM
JazzProfilactika - "Samboppa" - (6:39) 117 BPM
Mister T. - "Tonyish" - (3:44) 100 BPM
JazzProfilactika - "Stop & Go" - (5:07) 98 BPM
Mister T & Lucy Lune Gillespie - "Retro Respect" - (3:20) 60 BPM
Afternoons In Stereo - "Redondo Beach" - (5:33) 88 BPM
Review: Happy new year! Timewarp crack open a fizzy bottle of 2018 with this immaculate, party-pickling compendium. Their first Freestyle 4 Funk album in 18 months, it makes up for lost time with a full-house selection of warm, funk textures; the vibrant afrofunk feels of Vito Lalinga's "Move Your Body In Africa", the pant-swinging breaks and heroic horns of Sampleheadz' "Moving On", the smoky blues and psychedelic bubbles of Leon's "Body & Soul", the springy jazz mischief of JazzProfilacktika's "Samboppa", Mister T & Lucy Lune's bush-shaking fusion on "Retro Respect", the list of fresh soul-warm funk goes on and on. The perfect way to kick off a new year, Timewarp smash it once again.
TMDG 167
22 Jan 18
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Lounging - (4:19) 54 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Sunday Chill - (3:55) 98 BPM
Review: This one is a must have for future disco fans as renowned Serbian saxophonist Ivan Blanusa teams up with the Athens based funk imprint: Timewarp. This two track release focuses on fantastic musical arrangement. We start off with the title track 'Lounging' which pushes the themes of innovative grooves and catchy solo riffs. On the flip side we hear the summer cruise anthem 'Sunday Chill' which features a fantastically laid back selection of instrumentation coupled with soft 4x4 drum patterns and cool guitar riffs.
TMDG 166
29 Dec 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Calle De Cubo - (7:34) 119 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Samboppa - (6:39) 117 BPM
Night City Lights - (6:06) 116 BPM
Summer Somethin - (8:40) 98 BPM
Tick-Tock - (6:11) 73 BPM
Tutu - (6:34) 88 BPM
One Cylinder - (6:13) 54 BPM
Fourplay - (6:53) 72 BPM
Pod Race - (7:19) 78 BPM
Review: Greece's Timewarp imprint is a wild and all-embracing label, preferring to focus on GOOD music rather than specific sub-genres with a propensity to die out and become all too sterile. This is true of the genres they deal with, of the reissues they decide to pursue, but also of the artists they decide to recruit. Newcomer Jazzprofilactika is given his debut with this mighty nine-tracker spanning all things 'jazzy'. Much like the sounds heard on labels like BBE or Brownswood, this artist has nailed the formula when it comes to merging influences and chopping up suave samples. The majority of the music here is organic, which is heard through its improvisational nature, but it will undoubtedly appeal to fans of everyone from Floating Points to Moodymann. Subtly pushed forth by low levels of house grooving, this is the perfect material for the early sets, or for the house parties. A mighty touch from a mightily attractive new artist!
TMDG 165
23 Oct 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Tropicaliente (feat Georges Perin) - (5:13) 94 BPM
Reggae On Dope - (5:19) 110 BPM
Dub In Disco (feat Tasos Fotiou) - (5:05) 100 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Tropicaliente (instrumental) - (5:13) 94 BPM
Review: Hellenic disco label Timewarp has been riding the boogie train for many years now, but when will a cut from label boss Angelos Stoumpos (aka Timewarp) ever arrive? Well now, that's when! Here he finally three jams, all connected by one common root - dub. Stoumpos is joined by half Greek/half French vocalist Georges Perin on opener, the fruity and fresh "Tropicaliente". Elsewhere, "Reggae On Dope" is thrilling mish-mash of gypsy rhythms and panpipe action and the smooth "Dub in Disco" is just that - hazy 4/4 spaced out grooves. There's even an instrumental version of the title track included to keep those headnodding vibes going.
TMDG 164
04 May 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Royal Gruv Sound - "One To One Party" (feat Black Kush) - (3:07) 104 BPM
Valique - "Long Journey" (Quincy Jointz remix) - (5:15) 56 BPM
Los Chicos Altos - "That's Where It All Began" - (5:59) 122 BPM
Jack & Jointz - "Running Life" (feat Ashley Slater - extended version) - (5:53) 121 BPM
Louie Austen - "Make You Move" (Quincy Jointz remix) - (4:29) 60 BPM
Quincy Jointz - "Bassline Funk" - (4:04) 128 BPM
DJ Clairvo - "Hollywood" - (4:06) 116 BPM
Tobe Tronic - "Night Drums" - (5:03) 110 BPM
DJ Color C2 - "Magrao Taste Cafe" - (4:55) 105 BPM
Ale Tosses - "Franco" - (3:40) 106 BPM
Zamali - "Tentacule" - (4:02) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Bad Monkeys - "No.1 Fan" (Quincy Jointz remix) - (6:34) 110 BPM
North Coast Vibes - "Best Intentions" (instrumental) - (5:32) 115 BPM
Jazz.K.lipa - "No Forgiveness" - (3:43) 154 BPM
Lime Sorbet Vol 6 (continuous DJ mix) - (1:01:41) 122 BPM
Review: Greece's Quincy Jointz selects the sixth volume of his concept Lime Sorbet compilation. Lime Sorbet was always the compilation series for open minded music fans and so is also volume six. From sunshine vibes, funky grooves and breakbeat through to house or downbeat. Once again Quincy selects a special mixture of unreleased music by well-known and upcoming artists. Block rockin' beats courtesy of Valique with "Long Journey" (Quincy Jointz remix) will sort you for deep funk, cheeky crooner Louie Austen is back since the electroclash days with the sleazy soul of of "Make You Move" (Quincy Jointz remix) and Stuttgart's Tobe Tronic serves up the deep, breaks driven nu-disco of "Night Drums".
TMDG 163
13 Mar 17
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Body & Soul - (3:29) 131 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
The River - (3:54) 142 BPM
Get On The Boat - (3:28) 129 BPM
The Meeting - (2:10) 141 BPM
Friend That Is Still Gone - (3:18) 55 BPM
Feelin' Groovy - (3:29) 57 BPM
Sexy Toy - (4:13) 132 BPM
Review: Although he's enjoyed covert missions for other labels like Royal Soul and Kraak, Stephane "Leon" Voituret can usually be found on Greece's mighty Timewarp label. Here he returns to the label he calls home with a vaguely James Bond-ish themed long player. There seven new tunes, should you wish to accept them, and don't worry - they won't self-destruct after you've played them. Oh no -they'll just keep delivering the disco action. Highlights include the ravey 60s psyche-out of the title track, the Austin Powers meets Man From UNCLE riff-ola of "Get On The Boat" and the bhangra-meets-garage-rock of "Sexy Toy".
TMDG 162
06 Feb 17
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The Heart Grows Fonder (feat Lucy Lune Gillespie) - (4:23) 100 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Gamma Rays - (5:34) 112 BPM
The Gospel Way - (4:11) 120 BPM
Funk Ground - (4:59) 125 BPM
Review: Mister T just don't give a damn. This mysterious and humorously quirky artist has been dominating our funk charts like a pro over the past few years, and this new EP for Timewarp is no different than his usual bag of quality tricks. Lucy Lune Gillespie features as the lead vocalist on the groovy little number named "The Heart Grows Fonder", which is followed by the boogie-tastic number "Gamma Rays". "The Gospel Way" is a soulful, marching breakbeat attack, while "Funk Ground" breaks out the funk breaks - guitar fuzz and all!
TMDG 161
12 Dec 16
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Echo Valley - (1:15) 87 BPM
City Of The Future - (3:55) 104 BPM
Eames In Dub - (5:32) 60 BPM
Redondo Beach - (5:33) 88 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Chasing The Rising Sun - (3:40) 85 BPM
Asteroid Field Guide - (6:46) 85 BPM
Matanzas - (4:53) 93 BPM
King Of The Iron Coast - (7:18) 120 BPM
The Argonaut - (5:25) 64 BPM
The Meka Dub (feat Niasony) - (5:52) 63 BPM
Among The Cedars - (6:07) 70 BPM
The Six Gallery - (3:19) 60 BPM
Verano Amantes - (5:26) 138 BPM
Played by: Trotter
Review: They say an artist's muse can be refreshed following the release of a retrospective collection. Afternoons In Stereo (aka Greg Vickers) has been silent since the release of Retrospective in 2015, but now he returns with new long player, Echo Valley. Listening to these 13 tracks it's clear to see that he's found a new freshness to his sound. Highlights include the sombre, wafting lament "Eames In Dub", the wah-wah laden "Redondo Beach" that gets its 70s strut on and the wistful, breezy Balearica of "King Of The Iron Coast". So then, in short; a whole new shiny chapter for Vickers.
TMDG 160
14 Nov 16
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Mister T - "Tonyish" - (3:44) 100 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Mental Playthings - (4:04) 50 BPM
Retro Respect - (3:20) 60 BPM
Oldschool - (3:22) 63 BPM
Blame It On Me - (3:02) 73 BPM
Get A Load Of You - (5:03) 60 BPM
Review: The Timewarp label are one of this outfits who care more for diversity than they do about specialising in one particular genre. Through artists like Afternoons In Stereo or Afroqben, they've established their place as a label who can offer something way beyond the dance floor format, and into the varied and imperceptible genre we refer to as 'nu-jazz'. Mister T & Lucy Lune Gillespie are pretty much first-timers to the scene, but their debut EP, Retro Respect, suggests these two have been producing some serious music for a while. These six tracks are both a pleasure to the ear, and offer something different with each new verse; "Mental Playthings", for instance, is stuck between jazz-dance and house, while "Retro Respect" itself is a funky, swingy little number the recalls the 50s jazz smoke, and "Blame It On Me" steps away with some tasty little breakbeats. Lovely.
TMDG 159
24 Oct 16
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Big Brawl - (4:02) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Alley Cat - (3:49) 120 BPM
Buzzer - (3:58) 59 BPM
Pusherman - (4:15) 115 BPM
Review: Mark Ronson can keep his Uptown Funk pastiche, because DJ Inko is here with some of the original stuff. "Big Brawl" features rolling bass and tight Prince-like guitar licks, "Alley Cat" fuses disco house with vintage clavinet driven boogie, "Buzzer" boasts bass of the elastic variety and wah-wah guitar overload for some flares-flappin' action and finally "Pusherman" adds some electronic funk to mix for real dancefloor demolition. Mark who, again?
TMDG 158
19 Sep 16
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Umbo & Balatz - "Play Button" - (5:34) 105 BPM
AUditors DOmination - "Evolution Of Cities" (Second Sky & Thomas Blondet remix) - (3:36) 92 BPM
Teddy Presberg - "Nancy" (Quasamodo's Dubbed mix) - (3:57) 84 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Timewarp Inc - "Liberty Is Our Destiny" (feat Gobey) - (4:57) 105 BPM
Balkan Riddims - "Fyah Fyah" - (3:10) 93 BPM
Niles Philips - "Ill At Ease" (feat Tonkin) - (4:00) 98 BPM
Quincy Jointz - "Blast" (feat Geriba & MC Fava - Tom Drummond remix) - (4:25) 124 BPM
Timewarp Inc - "Funky Bob Timbales" (Sneaky Fox remix) - (4:48) 58 BPM
Funky Destination - "Jamaican" (Jayl Funk remix) - (3:59) 117 BPM
Afternoons In Stereo - "Soul Sugar" (Niles Philips remix) - (4:39) 104 BPM
Quincy Jointz - "The Thief" (feat Micheline Cardoso - Shantisan's Brazilicious remix) - (3:41) 100 BPM
Leon - "People Like Fashion" (feat Donnie Ozone) - (3:15) 104 BPM
Truez - "Sensitive Kind" - (4:28) 99 BPM
Apedroid - "Enter The Apedroid" - (5:05) 94 BPM
Sir Alex - "All About You" - (5:03) 95 BPM
Timewarp Inc - "Smoke Miash" - (8:00) 96 BPM
Review: Greece's Timewarp label continues to plunder their disco reserves whilst flashing the proverbial funky cash willy-nilly. Yes we have another 16 fresh cuts (admittedly down from the last instalment's 31 so they should maybe think about tightening their wallets a little) on Freestyle 4 Funk 5. Timewarp is once again selector and some the many highlights he chosen here include the digi dancehall headnodder "Fyah Fyah" by Balkan Riddims, Jyal Funk's pulsating breaky electro rework of "Jamaican" by Funky Destination and the breathy jazzy shuffle of "Sensitive Kind" by Truez.
TMDG 157
29 Jul 16
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Cayetano - "Babylon On Fire" (feat NEK) - (4:11) 89 BPM
Timewarp Inc - "Theory Of Revolution" (feat Georges Perin) - (3:56) 84 BPM
Balkan Riddims - "United" (feat Jahricio) - (4:28) 84 BPM
Blend Mishkin/Roots Evolution - "Baby Got Me Good" (feat Jammaroots/BNC) - (4:42) 82 BPM
The Worldstylers - "Rabbi's Groove" - (3:55) 100 BPM
Palov - "Moving Next Door" (feat Ang Angelides) - (4:25) 100 BPM
Loopez - "Jesu" - (3:40) 75 BPM
Chinese Man - "Jungle Boogie" (feat Scratch Bandits Crew - Scratch version) - (4:05) 103 BPM
Jayl Funk - "Shake It" (feat Tarzan Bros - Skeewiff remix) - (4:04) 120 BPM
Grain Zero - "True To You" - (1:59) 113 BPM
Master Funk - "The Trip" (original mix) - (4:30) 110 BPM
Valique - "Kick Out Party" (feat Michael Wheatley - Umbo remix) - (5:34) 115 BPM
Cloak Dagger - "Ale' Sofi" (Captain Planet remix) - (5:45) 124 BPM
Charlie Beale - "Tale Of AG Smith" - (3:37) 110 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Dubstax - "Wiggly Bum" - (6:15) 122 BPM
Boo Boo Davis - "Bye Bye Baby" - (4:20) 122 BPM
Funky Destination - "Another Porn Song" - (3:55) 123 BPM
The Bas Lexter Ensample - "Pretty Girls" - (3:21) 131 BPM
Review: Greek disco producer Timewarp teams up with an anonymous pal from funk blog extraordinaire, The Zuzu Club, for this compilation that's exclusively about 'great and fresh' new music. Although there's no theme they do look across the water to the Caribbean for some inspiration on the likes of the laid back reggae lament of "Theory Of Revolution" and the smooth dancehall grooves of "Baby Got Me Good". Elsewhere we encounter vintage electro-swing on Pavlov's "Moving Next Door", retro lounge-rock on "Jesu" By Loopez and even some good old big beat on "Jungle Boogie" by Chinese Man.
TMDG 156
23 May 16
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Bahama Soul Club - "Serious Soul" (feat John Turrell - Valique remix) - (5:43) 120 BPM
Timewarp Inc - "Back To The 60's" (Valique Down The Street remix) - (6:02) 114 BPM
Kraak/Smaak - "How We Gonna Stop The Time" (feat Stee Downe - Valique remix) - (5:59) 121 BPM
Dirty Carpet Disco Band - "Littl Miss Hottie" (Valique Disco Boogie remix) - (7:03) 122 BPM
Mop Mop - "Locomotive" (Valique remix) - (6:29) 118 BPM
Nekta - "Here's Us" (Valique Dark Jazz dub) - (6:37) 122 BPM
Umbo/Balatz - "Disco Thang" (Valique Boogie Tech remix) - (5:31) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Tim McVicar - "Help" (feat John Turrell - Valique remix) - (5:31) 112 BPM
Basement Freaks - "Disco Life" (Valique VOCO remix) - (5:16) 120 BPM
Kerekes Band - "Ethno Funk" (Valique Afro Roots remix) - (6:23) 117 BPM
Tal M Klein - "Brincando El Tiburon" (Valique remix) - (5:26) 110 BPM
Timewarp Inc - "Back To The 60's" (Valique 2016 Acid Re-amp) - (7:43) 114 BPM
Review: One time funk/breaks producer turned party edit king, Valique, is not one to be burdened with the responsibilities that come with artistic credibility. This guy just wants to have a good time, and here on V-Shaped, a compilation of some of his best remixes, he provides 12 demonstrations of this philosophy. Highlights include his deliciously dreamy synth-disco rework of Kraak & Smaak's "How We Gonna Stop The Time", the accelerated swing/jazz minimal house of the "Dark Jazz Dub" by Nekta and his tough electro-funk remix of "Disco Life" by Basement Freaks. An impressive back catalogue indeed!
TMDG 155
11 Apr 16
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People Like Fashion (feat Donnie Ozone) - (3:15) 104 BPM
Supafonkadelica (feat Donnie Ozone) - (3:33) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Reality - (3:58) 131 BPM
Song 4 Lou - (3:51) 82 BPM
Review: We've hardly heard from Timewarp's Leon since last summer, but now he's back with possibly his most commercial offering yet. "People Like Fashion" is an unashamed party soul ditty, with campy, sing-along recitals of big fashion label names. Sure to get people pulling some moves even the stiffest dancefloor. Elsewhere the title track is more authentic 80s electro-boogie, "Reality" is unreal soft focus 70s disco and "Song For Lou" is like Chris Rea soloing over a hazy soft porn soundtrack. What's not to love?
TMDG 154
07 Mar 16
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Theory Of Revolution (feat Georges Perin) - (3:56) 84 BPM
Liberty Is Our Destiny (feat Gobey) - (4:57) 105 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Theory Of Revolution (feat Georges Perin - dub version) - (8:06) 84 BPM
Liberty Is Our Destiny (feat Gobey - instrumental) - (4:57) 105 BPM
Review: After a slew of remixes and reversions and revisions, Greek funk dub troupe Timewarp return with two beautiful originals. "Theory Of Revolution" is a warm, organic groove that's coated in smoky croaky vocals from Georges Perin and peppered in guitar and melodica instrumentation. "Liberty Is Our Destiny" is a more upbeat track that's highly reminiscent of Fort Knox Five with its uptown breaks, nifty scratching and dubby washes. Complete with two dub versions, Timewarp leave no sonic stone unturned right here.
TMDG 153
08 Feb 16
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Intro - (0:48) 85 BPM
Nuff Ah Dem - (3:45) 85 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Shout It Loud! - (3:42) 97 BPM
Fyah Fyah - (3:10) 93 BPM
Jenga - (3:51) 100 BPM
You Know - (4:48) 136 BPM
Ganja On The Moon - (3:55) 92 BPM
Played by: TOSSES
TMDG 152
23 Nov 15
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Timewarp Inc - "Economic Boom (feat The Mage)" (Video version) - (4:09) 110 BPM
Niles Philips - "What'cha Doing" - (3:41) 105 BPM
AfroQBen - "Choices In Life (feat Batch)" (Congo Sanchez remix) - (4:58) 51 BPM
Cyance - "Aphelion" (Niles Philips remix) - (4:25) 87 BPM
Mister Kentro - "This Is The Time (feat Gobey)" (Timewarp Inc feat Al The X King remix) - (4:17) 100 BPM
Timewarp Inc - "Ghetto Drunk (feat Ragga Twins)" (Soopasoul remix) - (4:01) 58 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Quincy Jointz - "Blast (feat Geriba And MC Fava)" (Kowalski remix (radio Edit)) - (3:57) 58 BPM
Afternoons In Stereo - "Eames In Dub" - (5:32) 60 BPM
Umbo - "Sunday Jam" (Audio InFunktion remix) - (3:51) 86 BPM
Zamali - "Funky Rotator" (Mister T remix) - (4:45) 115 BPM
Funky Destination - "Down To The Music" (extended) - (5:09) 125 BPM
Banderas - "Handbrake" (Trotter remix) - (4:56) 125 BPM
Leon - "The Man With The Ball Head" (Beat Ride remix) - (5:53) 120 BPM
Funky Destination - "Born To Be Bad" - (3:30) 122 BPM
Sir Alex - "Fox99" - (4:26) 102 BPM
Zamali - "Unite" - (4:04) 103 BPM
Timewarp Inc - "Yuil Disco Breaks" (Atfunk remix) - (6:44) 120 BPM
Bonnie & Klein - "Sexy" - (7:40) 110 BPM
Quincy Jointz - "Rock On" (Diesler remix) - (6:22) 119 BPM
Funky Destination - "Do Ya Like Disco?" - (5:30) 125 BPM
Afternoons In Stereo - "Galaxina" - (4:51) 125 BPM
AfroQBen - "Cafe (feat Solomon Albert)" - (4:57) 128 BPM
Timewarp Inc - "Disco Frisco (feat Leon)" (Disco Funk edit) - (4:55) 123 BPM
The Worldstylers - "Put It Right Here" (Club mix) - (4:08) 63 BPM
Dubstax - "Wiggly Bum" (radio edit) - (3:57) 122 BPM
Timewarp Inc - "Pump The Style (feat Ragga Twins)" - (6:16) 64 BPM
Headson Groove - "Space Biscuit" - (5:10) 122 BPM
Umbo & Balatz - "Disco Thang" - (5:49) 123 BPM
Leon - "Radio Nowhere" - (4:04) 60 BPM
Afternoons In Stereo - "Asteroid Field Guide" (The Cheebacabra remix) - (4:47) 85 BPM
Freethinker Funk Essence - "Florida Boy" - (3:45) 120 BPM
Review: There's no need for a funky bailout for Greece's Timewarp label as they have more than enough in reserve. So much so in fact, that they have rustled up another 31(!) fresh cuts for this, their latest compilation. Highlights include Niles Philip's quirky stop-start nu-funker "What'Cha Doin", the Euro/reggaeton hybrid weirdness of the Congo Sanchez remix of "Choices In Life" by AfroQBen and the bonkers electro-pop skank of "Blast" by good old Quincy Jointz (as remixed by Kowalski).
TMDG 151
16 Oct 15
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Timewarp Inc - "Kotzak" (Umbo remix) - (5:01) 111 BPM
Basement Freaks - "Soul Men" (Umbo remix) - (5:34) 107 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Trotter - "Is The Feeling" (Umbo remix) - (5:57) 127 BPM
Bad Monkeys - "Let's Come Together" (Umbo remix) - (5:27) 125 BPM
Mister T - "Rare To The Bone" (Umbo remix) - (4:49) 121 BPM
The Sly Players - "Turn You On" (Umbo & Pips remix) - (5:14) 125 BPM
Zamali - "Golden Plans" (feat Julie Gordon - Umbo remix) - (5:49) 128 BPM
Ray Harris & The Fusion Experience - "Scaramunga" (Umbo remix) - (4:59) 65 BPM
Valique - "Kick Out Party" (feat Michael Wheatley - Umbo remix) - (5:34) 115 BPM
Leon - "Moi J've Faire Spiderman" (Umbo remix) - (4:46) 129 BPM
Basement Freaks - "Gypsy Breaks" (Umbo Ganci remix) - (5:50) 127 BPM
Timewarp Inc - "Funky Bob Timbales" (Umbo & Pips remix) - (5:39) 126 BPM
Zamali - "Famous Butt" (Umbo remix) - (5:08) 120 BPM
Darkwood Dub - "Nesto Sasvim Izvesno" (Umbo remix) - (5:31) 105 BPM
TMDG 150
21 Sep 15
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Galaxina - (4:51) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Party At Dick & Mimi's - (6:49) 120 BPM
Dawn In Manihi - (6:16) 125 BPM
Shadows - (7:16) 75 BPM
How Does It Feel? - (4:52) 120 BPM
El Puma - (4:54) 123 BPM
Kalakuta Republik - (4:17) 80 BPM
Metrosexual - (5:39) 140 BPM
Soul Sugar - (5:09) 100 BPM
Return Of The Puma - (5:12) 120 BPM
Tinto Brass - (4:46) 95 BPM
Asteroid Field Guide - (6:46) 85 BPM
Dusk In Andalusia - (5:32) 131 BPM
The Art Of Dolby - (6:08) 124 BPM
Review: Greg Vickers aka Afternoons In Stereo is a master at the art of electronica and all things downtempo. Over the years, the majority of his output has come out through the Timewarp label, to which he returns to at present with Retrospective, a collection of his own favourite productions from the last ten years. In there, you'll find his inimitable take on IDM and electro, most vividly represented by classics such as "El Puma", "Metrosexual", or the utterly memorable "Tinto Brass", a favourite around these parts.
TMDG 149
17 Jul 15
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