High quality compressed file. The file includes embedded artist/title info & artwork and is suitable for home/iPod/phone use. Usual price £1.15 per track.
Uncompressed lossless file, with large file size (e.g. 70MB per track). The files contain no embedded artist/title info or artwork but playback is universally compatible on all software/hardware. The usual price for WAVs is £1.65 per track.
Compressed lossless file with very efficient file sizing e.g. 40MB per track. The files also include embedded artist/title info & artwork. Playback, metadata and artwork are moderately well supported (but not for iTunes, iPod or Windows Media Player). The usual price for a FLAC is £1.65 per track.
Compressed lossless file with efficient sizing e.g. 45MB per track. The files contain artist/title info & artwork, and while not widely supported for playback at present, they are compatible with iTunes/iPod. The usual price for a ALAC is £1.65 per track.
Uncompressed lossless file with a large file size (e.g. 70MB per track). The files include embedded artist/title info and artwork in iTunes and some others, with playback universally compatible on all software/hardware. The usual price for AIFFs is £1.65 per track.
Daniel Solar's Dikso imprint hits the spot on their fourth Super Sound release, with some multi national discoid business that reaches from Germany to NYC via Glasgow. It's the latter that reps first with FOTO boss Ooft dropping the constantly building elastic analogue mid tempo tribalist bump of "Hit For Six", which sets the tone nice and deep. Burrowing further is "Make You Mine" from Autodeep and RoMorri which kind of sounds what you' expect the unholy union of Prince, R Kelly and flexing 303 minimalist bump to sound like. Solar meanwhile drops the insistent slick loopy disco house of "Baby's Tears" which aptly demonstrates the producer's talent for slicing up arrangements. Proceedings slow down for the closing gambit from New York producer Soho808 with the sultry twilight disco chug of "Get Up Disco" a gentle cacophony of late night strings, liquid melodies and heart melting vocal harmonies.
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