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Various / Sasha
fabric 99: Sasha

Fabric have reached 99. Time for this long-running series of DJ-led mixes from the world famous London-based club to celebrate; not only do we get a true superstar in the form, but a choice of formats to boot. Whether you opt for the usual mixed CD housed in a metal tin or go for the grand, deluxe 4-LP package what you will get ...view item »

Various
Heads Records - South African Disco-Dub Edits

Ever travelling into the musical terrain of the Southern Hemisphere, Soundway have this time raided the vaults of South African label Heads. The label's star shone briefly but brightly between 1982 and 1984 and released some 20 or so 12" singles and LPs before closing its doors. The label mixed disco with bubblegum pop,...view item »

Benin City
Last Night

Last Night by Benin City examines London’s night life. The band reminisce about the hedonistic times they’ve had in the Big Smoke. Their influences are wide-ranging, from Philip Glass to Metronomy, Ghostpoet to Grizzly Bear...view item »

Mantra / Various
Mantra Knows House

'Mantra Knows House' is mixed by Mantra (Bunker) aka Myraidd (Creme Organization) - a seventy minute mixtape of squelchy acid house basslines, stuttering drum machines and spoken vocals. Digging deep into the foundations of classic/ oldskool (mostly) Chicago trax. Cataclyst release this limited yellow C70 cassette with las...view item »

Steve Moore
Zen Spiders / Lwaxana

Synthesizer virtuoso Steve Moore pops up all over the place: Static Caravan, L.I.E.S, Cuneiform, Death Waltz, Kompakt...view item »

Sputnik
Edits From The Sputnik Quadrant

Edits From The Sputnik Quadrant by Sputnik is the second release in the Edits From series which is all a bit of mystery. Sputnik look to the rhythms of  West Africa for their inspiration on this two-track 12”. The first title in the series came from the enigmatic Junior...view item »

Tony Allen / Ricardo Villalobos
Dekmantel 10 Years 10.1

Wrapping up a ten-EP series in celebration of as many years active, the Dutch imprint Dekmantel commissions from minimal techno heavyweight Ricardo Villalobos a whopping half-hour remix of Tony Allen’s 1999 tune ‘Asiko (In A Silent Mix)’. Villalobos weaves new effects and synthetic materials in...view item »

Baba Stiltz
Showtime

Four new cuts from young Swede Baba Stiltz, documenting the ups and downs of his travelling DJ lifestyle through the very medium of that lifestyle: floor-filling electronic music, though maybe with a bit more of a melancholy touch than you might expect from a...view item »

Solange
Losing You

You couldn’t make this job up. I’ve just stroked my chin effectively to Harold Budd, feeling like a lost boy attempting to explain its highbrow sounds. Now I’m going to tell you about the new record by Solange who is ...view item »

Various
Tropical Drums of Deutschland

Jan Schulte has been chasing down obscure music from one of his favourite obscure genres: faux-’tropical’ percussion music from 1980’s Germany. The resulting compilation Tropical Drums of Deutschland is full of obscure treats that really do capture some strange and special atmospheres: some jazzy, some...view item »

Shadow
Sweet Sweet Dreams

A 1984 LP created in Trinidad and Tobago, Sweet Sweet Dreams is the synth-riddled reggae/soca project of Winston Bailey, also known as Shadow. The clever blend of genres on this record make it a mesmerising 80s time capsule, with hazy synth noodlings and hypnotic reggae beats providing a backdrop to Bailey ...view item »

Seahawks
Paradise Freaks

Ethereal and floaty, deep and colorful, Seahawks have always been drifting around the outer perimeters of dreams and waking life. Their newest album Paradise Freaks is another kite that floats on the winds of spacing vocals, with infinite pads rising like thermal streams while you float above the amalgam of sound....view item »

Jared Wilson
Ghost Miners II

Floating between acid techno and a haunting IDM, Jared Wilson is back. Praying to the spirits of the underground workers of decades past, he has summoned forces unknown to create Ghost Miners II. This is a follow-up to his debut album (feel free to guess its title) - these 4 twitchy and almost paranoid tracks will leave...view item »

Ron Trent
I Feel Rhythm

Fired into the 21st century on vinyl format around 23 years since its initial birth, is Ron Trent's dancefloor-ready I Feel Rhythm. The 3-track offering, which contains the 1999 released Paul Johnson Remix, captures the 90s club scene zeitgeist and manages to be immediate&n...view item »

Francis Harris
Minutes of Sleep

Francis Harris initially released Minutes Of Sleep in 2014, and it has been out of print for most of the intervening time, so let’s all celebrate this new reissue from the good people over at Scissor and Thread. Harris’ explorative and emotional house sound is beautifully laid out over two v...view item »

Prins Emanuel
Arbete / Fritid

Work and leisure; seldom shall the twain meet. It’s the great, arbitrary binary of modernity, as well as a core theme of this debut LP by Prins Emanuel of Sweden. His Royal Highness has quite the knack for funky, exotic house music, and a soft touch with his shuffling production. He’s fibbing about the ‘work&rs...view item »

Porn Sword Tobacco & SVN
Complaints

There’s not a great deal going on here for your tenner. This is a collab between German electronic wizard SVN and Swedish musician Porn Sword Tobacco. The opener is a piece of gentle techno, heavy on the pulsing bass with a two note synth gliding across the track. VERY little happens, we’re into the full on minimalism of ...view item »

Robert Hood / Floorplan
Funky Souls

This 12” vinyl was originally released in limited edition in 1996, Rush Hour have repressed this Robert Hood classic for everyone to enjoy once again. Hood’s Floorplan series created to incredible funky disco house. The original mix is perfectly minimal in its groove, and the club 246 mix features a ...view item »

Alek Lee
Colors

I'm still trying to get my head round this album art. It's not that I don't know what it is, it's just...why? Colours is Alek Lee's second record on Antinote, and as you'd expect, it is a brilliant sounding record that Alek creates by messing around with electronic and deep house sounds. Available on vinyl 12". ...view item »

Sorcerer
White Magic

After Dan Judd dropped the first LP from his Sorcerer project in eight years back in 2017, it seemed like a good time for Be With Records to reissue his two earlier full-lengths. Moreover, the poly-genre style of White Magic was oddly prescient at the time, and heard a decade on the album’s mish-m...view item »

Sorcerer
Neon Leon

Sorceror’s Neon Leon was a likable record when it was first released in 2009, and it remains a likable record now that it’s being reissued in 2018. Different cover artwork and a remastering job have given this LP a new lick of paint, but at heart it’s still a collection of gently playful cosmic disco t...view item »

Neo Image
Untitled

Neo Image, also known as Chad Thiessen has been putting out records as part of groups Kinetic Electronix and Aquarian Foundation, and is now releasing a solo venture on Mood Hut. Untitled is a trip into leftfield house grooves perfect for a chilled sunny afternoon, rang...view item »

Theo Parrish
Gentrified Love Part 4

Theo Parrish’s Sound Signature may be turning twenty this year, but that doesn’t mean that the Detroit legend is resting on his laurels. Rather, the fourth instalment of his Gentrified Love...view item »

Paul Johnson
Feel The Music

Chicago’s Paul Johnson spent most of the ‘90s thriving in the underground dance scene dropping 12s on Cajual, Relief and Dance Mania. He signed for Peacefrog and released his ‘95 debut album, Bump Talkin’. The Following year he unleashed his house masterpiece, Feel The Musi...view item »

Mark Seven
The Promised Land (Chapter II: Enter This House)

Selector and shop curator par excellence Mark Seven is less famed for his productions, but when he does turn out the goods they step up to his esteemed reputation. Landing on DC label World Building with the confidence of a learned house wizard, his three versions of “The Promised Land” are a masterclass in deep hous...view item »

Various
Satan In Love ‐ Rare Finnish Synth‐Pop and Disco 1978‐1992

The colourful catalogue of Finland’s Svart Records spans material old and new, but seems to specialise in scarce gems from the forested country’s underground music history. In this case, we have a tour de force of several decades’ worth of Suomi synthpop and disco. ‘Satan in Love’ by Emilia is a not...view item »

Feon
The Sun Is High

Seize the moment of the recent sunny weather and get lively with this new one from Feon, which is full of sun-worshipping psychedelic joy. Three cuts, starting with a echoed-up thirty-voice-layer melody and getting progressively stranger. Pick it up now before summer proper gets here… 12” on Optimo....view item »

Jordan GCZ
Fission Transmission

A brand new one from Jordan GCZ here, who sets his synths a nice workout-challenge: this thing arpeggiates like crazy. Fission Transmission is accompanied by an extra-drum version and a no-drum version on the flipside: perfectly suited to either an ambient drift-out at home or a busy floor-filling at the club. 12”...view item »

Cloud One
Doin' It All Night

Very nice business here: a vintage New York label is having some of its very vine, very rare music excavated from obscurity for modern-day reissue. Doin’ It All Night / Dust To Dust is a wonderful pair of disco-funk joy-bubbles, produced in 1979 by Cloud One, aka Peter Brown and P...view item »

Simian Mobile Disco
Murmurations

Simian Mobile Disco’s fifth studio-length album builds a sonic soundscape that sounds equally as powerful blasting through your headphones on the morning commute as it does in a sweaty club at 4am. It’s all pretty Bladerunner-esque as the techno machine that is Simian Mobile Disco collaborate with th...view item »

Damiano von Erckert
In Case You Don't Know What To Play

Your indecisiveness is now Damiano Von Erckert’s problem, and he’s determined to solve it. In Case You Don’t Know What to Play (the album) accompanies In Case You Don’t Know What to Watch (the film) and In Case You Don’t Know What to Look At (the art installation). Eminent...view item »

Cottam
Cottam EP 2

This Cottam EP 2 was one of the very first releases by Cottam back in 2009, and the Preston producer has decided that the time is right to get these 2 fine club tracks out in the world again. Untitled slices of groovy deep house bound to see you right with their buoyant feel and smooth surfaces. 12” repress on ...view item »

Crashers
Flight To Jamaica

Little is publicly known about Crashers, but we do know this: their Flight To Jamaica release is back and fully remastered on vinyl pressing. As a Mecca in the world of Caribbean disco, this duo offering contains everything you'd come to expect - chunky funk bass, choppy guitar and quintessen...view item »

The Chemical Brothers
Further

I think that the Chemical Brothers really took a step back before they created this album and decided to do something a little bit different - here we have a well crafted album! The ebb and flow of the record makes sense, spins a web of whimsy and tells a story (well at least until the 2 last tracks). Great for headphone music when you're in a r...view item »

Adesse Versions
Pride

A wee bit of house for ya courtesy of Adesse Versions. Pride is menacing, bubbling, building house with some killer, ‘80s style female vocals and a dense piano line running through the track. Get your neon leggings on, you’re gonna be moving all night to this one. 12” vinyl with “...view item »

AJL Band
Take Me Dancing

Originally released in 1979 this is a monstrously rare record that you just won’t find without selling your house on Discogs. Mixing Disco and Salsa out of Singapore, AJL Band were short lived and remained in the highly sought after pile ever since. Remastered by Omar-S and reissued on double LP on his FXHE imprint....view item »

Galaxians
Let The Rhythm In

If you’ve gone to many gigs in Leeds over the last five years, you’ve hopefully been lucky enough to have seen and danced to a set by Galaxians, the wonderful live disco-acid-house-funk duo (and sometimes trio). Now, a fully-fledged nine-track double LP studio album from them! What groovy delights. Let The Rhythm...view item »

Dalholt & Langkilde
Sur Plus

Copenhagen Balearicists Music For Dreams (Ruf Dug, The Swan And The Lake) drop the debut LP from Danish duo Dalholt & Langkilde. The pair come up with some lovely sunset grooves on Sur Plus, sticking to Balearic House/synth-pop tropes while also incorporating a wide...view item »

Chris Brann
Deep Fall

A seminal '90s deep house record gets reissued here by its original home of Peacefrog (Moodymann, Little Dragon). By 1997 Chris Brann had already received acclaim for his work as one third of Wamdue Kids, but Deep Fall sees the pro...view item »

Disco Dub Band
For The Love Of Money

Doing what it says on the tin, this is a dubby disco cover of an old O Jays track that was later sampled by both J Dilla and Glenn Underground This kind of avant disco was later used by Arthur Russell in his Dinosaur L period. Official re-issue with replica original ar...view item »

Daft Punk
Alive 2007

Some electro purity from the club barons Daft Punk. Alive 2007 is their double Grammy winning live experience. Paving the way for so much of the populous EDM of today, they show their live chops and prove their ability to work a crowd. Featuring favorites from Homework and Discovery on this 4LP coloured vinyl/book/...view item »

Project Pablo
There’s Always More At The Store

Six months on from his first release on Ninja Tune sub-label Technicolour - the excellent Hope You’re Well EP - and Project Pablo is back with the follow-up. Once more the Montreal producer serves up some breezy - but not lightweight - house jams on There’s Always More A...view item »

Ben & Sadar's
We Are Righteous People

This is a bold and direct couple of tracks, straight-up disco jams forged from the apt collaboration of Ben & Sadar. As a wholly organic piece, nothing is sampled here - only clean cut bass, sax, guitar and drum programs amount to We Are Righteous People. It's a must have for retro e...view item »

Bjørn Torske
Kickrock / Blue Call

Minimalist techno from the beautiful town of Tromsø. North enough that you can see the Northern Lights it's no surprise this city has a strong musical lineage, which includes ambient legend Biosophere. Bjørn Torske was influenced by his fellow Tromsønites and is releasing two ...view item »

DJ Sprinkles & Hardrock Striker
Skylax House Explosion

Hardrock Striker founded Skylax Records back in 2004, and the intervening years has seen the label release work from artists like Mr. Fingers and Lady Blacktronicka. Together with acid royalty DJ Sprinkles, Striker has mixed this bumper two-disc set of all-Skyla...view item »

Jamie xx
John Talabot Remixes

Jamie xx gets remixed by big boss John Talabot, not once but twice. ‘Loud Places’ (featuring a vocal from Romy of The xx) gets both a high energy and a chill-out variation. Jamie has managed to avoid the dilemma of nearly running out of variations on...view item »

J. Albert
Dance Slow

As much fun as various formats can be, for dancefloor tracks the ultimate desirable destination must always be vinyl: lovely DJ-friendly wax. That’s what has happened here: J. Albert released a funky-fresh cassette called Dance Slow last year, and the highest-achievers from that set have graduated to this vinyl re...view item »

Tin Man
Love Sex Acid

Tin Man sends out a super clear message with the track titles on this little 12”: ‘Love And Sex Acid’, ‘Falling Acid’ and ‘Let’s Do It Acid’. Basically this is all about the acidic 303 action, with rhythms that drive forwards with sensual encounters in mind. Great material, so grea...view item »

Kuniyuki & Fumio Itabashi
Once Again

Now on vinyl for the first time, ‘Once Again’ from the 2009 album Walking in The Naked City is versatile producer Kuniyuki Takahashi’s collaboration with acclaimed jazz pianist Fumio Itabashi and German producer Henrik Schwarz (providing vocals) to create a clattering,...view item »

The Lucid Dream
SX1000

Not since Paul Weller created 'Modernism: A New Decade' as there been such a stylistic shift as this. Previously the Lucid Dream were Carlisle's biggest psych rock export but here have soaked up 80s UK acid house and produced an unlikely dancefloor-ready track at odds perhaps with previous work but showing a gen...view item »

Stephen Encinas
Disco Illusion

The reason that Stephen Encinas’ Disco Illusion sounds like such a perfect example of vintage 80’s New York disco is that it is precisely that. But sadly it was never properly distributed back in the day, depriving decades-worth of dancefloors of this groovy wild music, complete with steel pans and cool tape...view item »

Ozo
Anambra

Anambra is a vintage classic from Ozo, a group who played soulful dub music with a healthy infusion of spiritualism and African percussion. This tune incorporates a Buddhist Sanskrit mantra, making ...view item »

Basil Kirchin
Silicon Chip

Basil Kirchin was an astonishing Hull-based musician and composer, who worked with orchestras, tape machines, avant-garde explorations and pop songs for many years, but with little recognition till Trunk got reissuing after his death. Silicon Chip is a properly funky slice of...view item »

Studio Mule
Carnaval feat. Miyako Kouda

Clearly no longer content with being one of the most consistently excellent house labels of the last decade, Mule Musiq branch out with this mysterious new Studio Mule project. Not much is known about the group’s membership - our guess is that MM boss Toshiya Kawasaki might have something ...view item »

Frankie Knuckles Presents
Ultimate Production

At this point it’s old hat to talk about how good the late Frankie Knuckles was. His shadow still looms large over the contemporary dancefloor, and the work he did on TRAX in the 80s needs no introduction. The label now sees fit to drop some remastered nuggets of Knuckles-flavoured goodness. The release in...view item »

Dauwd
Jupiter George

‘Jupiter George’ is the third release in less than a year on ambient pop label Kompakt records by prolific disco/house champion Dauwd. The title track ‘Jupiter George’ is deeply reminiscent of the classic eighties disco sound whilst maintaining Dauwd’s fundamental originality. The charmingly named ‘Ritter Spor...view item »

Taraval
Streetways EP

Sometimes, its fair to say, we’re fucking useless. This 12" was filed away in the stockroom, no description or review or press release to hand. I’ve gone to Boomkat to find the info. I feel slightly dirty and had better clear my browsing data before Phil sees. Anyway it’s a new signing to Text, the label run by beats king and e...view item »

Tim Maia
Disco Club

The public’s seemingly unquenchable desire for Brazilian sounds has led to the unearthing of another long-lost treasure. Tim Maia is something of a legend in his home country, producing endless wedges of Brazilian soul between 1970 and his death in 1998. His eighth LP pits his powerful baritone yip against muscular funk an...view item »

The Drones
Boredom Remixes

Australian rock dudes The Drones here serve up their track Boredom for remix and reimagination by two artists: Zero Percent (the pairing of Kim Moyes from The Presets and DJ Mike Callander) and disco producer K.I.M.. Much more dancetast...view item »

The Prodigy
Music For The Jilted Generation

This album was the turning point for Prodigy from Experience to Fat of the Land. It has some of the club/house elements of their debut but shows them going into uncharted territory. They experiment more with guitar, samples, and the actual music is the perfect blend of chaos and melodic electronica. This would be expanded upon more on their next...view item »

Pender Street Steppers
MH019

Pender Street Steppers are waltzing around the Mood Hut once again, this time with a five-piece platter of emotionally-driven, house-ish delights. This EP opens with the maudlin “Raining Again”, setting the tone for a release of slow-moving jams and eyes-down grooves. “Blackboard...view item »

Perel
Hermetica

Perel's debut album manages to strike the balance between post-punk and disco that only the better artists on DFA's roster manage to. The German producer is a proud fan of Eurythmics and 2 Unlimited and she has the comfort with more poppy melod...view item »

Will Long
Long Trax 2

Will Long, makes luscious ambient drone under the name Celer, but he also makes gorgeous deep house under his own name (sometimes also in collaboration with DJ Sprinkles). Here he presents his second full-length album of politically charged dancefloor cuts, Long Trax 2. This CD edition ...view item »

Vermont
II Remixes

Having dropped their second album on Kompakt earlier in the year, Danilo ‘Motor City Drum Ensemble’ Plessow and Marcus Worgull get the remix treatment from a host of hustlers compatible with the Kompakt way of doing things. Dixon drops a vocal and instrumental version of “Dschu...view item »

The Mauskovic Dance Band
Down In The Basement

Nicola Mauskovic takes time out from his gigs drumming for W.I.T.C.H., Altin Gun and Jacco Gardner for a project of his own. Enlisting a band and the services of Cumbia producer Juan Hundred, Down In The Basement throws together thick bass grooves, Hi-L...view item »

D.K.
Mystery Dub EP

The Music From Memory sub-label Second Circle releases some of the most charming post-Balearic records. Following winners from the likes of Dazion and Androo, they’ve struck gold again with this four-track by D.K.. 75% of the music on this EP is pitched so...view item »

Willie Graff & Darren Eboli
The Tribeca Tapes

Denmark’s Music For Dreams have done a nice line in blissful post-Balearia for just shy of two decades now. Their latest release, an EP from Willie Graff & Darren Eboli, is no exception. The Tribeca Tapes is as technicolour as its artwork. Tracks like ‘First Light’ and ‘Moon ...view item »

What So Not
Not All The Beautiful Things

After Flume split away from the collaboration, Emoh Instead has kept growing What So Not, with collaborations with the likes of R.L. Grime and Ganz. Now dropping his debut full length through Counter. Features collabs with Skrillex, Toto...view item »

Ron Trent vs Lono Brazil vs Dazzle Drums
Manchild (In The Promised Land)

Ron Trent and Lono Brazil. You probably know what this is going to sound like already, don’t you? And it does. Trent cooks up one of those classic Mahogani Music-type house tracks that seem to just get better with age, while Brazil chats a sort of pseudo-beat-poet diatribe over the top. Th...view item »

Snips
The Barbershop

London-based beatmaker Todd Worsnip—aka Snips—drops “The Barbershop”, his first vinyl release via Houseology, a banging hip-hop/house hybrid that weaves together his slick-as-butter production skills with a suitably tongue-in-cheek approach to sampling. Eight tracks of funky futuristic dance beats....view item »

808 State
Gorgeous

No, this isn't on par with the greatest 808 works, but there are still complex, creative beats and soaring synths on this album. I would love to hear this stuff performed at a club. Tracks like "Plan 9" and "Nimbus" are brilliant displays of technical skill with soul. There's also an organic grind to many of the songs that, chronologically speak...view item »

Senyaka
Bayanyonyoba

Hypnotic house music provides a framework for psych guitars, bouncing percussion and fizzing synth pads on these two deep cuts. The late, well loved Senyaka Kekana sits at the helm, rich vocals swimming around in the mix, delivering the kind of masterful soul only a true icon can. Beautiful grooves....view item »

Fred Ventura
Future Unknown (The Lost House Trax 1988-1992)

Fred Ventura is Italo-Disco royalty these days, but it could all have been so different if he’d followed through with his late-80s/early-90s experiments in house. Mannequin Records have hoovered up what Ventura got to tape in this period, got them properly mixed and sent them off into the world. While the ...view item »

Lindstrom
Didn't Know Better

Possibly Norway’s finest disco export Lindstrøm returns after his incredible 2017 album It's Alright Between Us As It Is with a brand new track Didn’t Know Better. Five tracks with three edits, a remix and an acapella version. If you like your disco Nu and fresh, this is your man. 12” v...view item »

Jesse
Fluids

This lovely disc of sketchy paints comes from Finnish band Jesse, whose recent collaboration with DJ Sotofett came right out of nowhere. The cosmic crew continue to play with disco and psychedelia by laying down simple ideas and then positing a more developed galaxy they could live in. Pretty enou...view item »

Cloud One
Don't Let My Rainbow Pass Me By

The Cloud One reissue party continues apace with this latest pressing of their rare 1981 single ‘Don’t Let My Rainbow Pass Me By’. Featuring vocals from frequent C1 collaborator Margot Williams, the track is a slice of golden age disco par excellence. Has famously been sampled by ...view item »

Various
I-Robots present Phantom Records

The Mondo Groove label have got their hands on the archives of the Phantom Records label, and have enlisted Italian Italo expert and selector I-Robots to guide us listeners through the disco vaults. This vinyl collection features a lot of rare cuts getting re...view item »

10LEC6
Bone Bame

Ed Banger! Good to see you again. It’s fine, we’ve forgiven you for what you did in the 2000s. 10LEC6 have been kicking around the French label for a few years now, but the addition of singer/MC Nicole has seen the group develop a new sound that they describe as ‘Bulupunk&rsquo...view item »

Grace Jones
The Disco Years

Disco motherload! Four whole LPs, containing Grace Jones’ first three albums (Portfolio, Fame, and Muse), and, crucially for disco music, the 12” extended versions of the singles. The quality is absolutely faultless, Grace herself and the genre of disco being right at the t...view item »

Various / Joy Orbison
Selectors 004 - Joy Orbison

Who better to take part in Dekmantel’s Selectors compilation series than Joy Orbison? Over two LPs our man Joy presents favourite tunes from throughout his own archives and influences, sliding from jungle to techno to garage and back again, following Joy’s own logic rather than any r...view item »

Rick James / Prince
Secret Mixes Fixes Vol. 4 - Star Wars

Detroit based label Secret Mixes Fixes are pretty damn special. Basically specialising in DJ tools that are made up of unofficial edits and reworks of huge tracks by huge artists. In their Star Wars series they put two big acts side by side, here we have edits of Rick James backed by Prince’s ...view item »

Charlie
Spacer Woman

Mediterranean futurism from Charlie with Spacer Woman. This is a first time outing for this track as a 12" vinyl, and is brimming with relentless 808's, cosmic synths and vocodered vocals. Themes of intergalactic alien and/or robotic love affairs assures you that this is a pure Italo-disco classic. This remast...view item »

Bal5000
Bleu Infini

Lovely sparkly good-time music from Bal5000 here, with four tracks that feel like a videogame representation of an evening dancing on a Californian beach. This is house music that comes laden with cosmic synth flourishes and italo-disco edges, ready to whip up a happy storm. Bleu Infii is out on Invisible, Inc. in a lim...view item »

The Prodigy
Their Law: The Singles 1990 - 2005

Everybody seemed to have a copy of this singles collection round about 2005; it did go to number one after all. Now, for the first time, we have the chance to possess it on vinyl -- silver vinyl, no less! The Prodigy have produced a number of pretty brilliant tracks over the years, and most of them are represented on Their L...view item »

Ben & Sadar's
The Red, White & Blue’s

Ben & Sadar's are a great example of how opposites can attract. The Red, White & Blue’s is a four-track EP combining Dutch synth DJ Ben Spaander with Chicago’s disco and funk master Sadar Bahar. A strangely complementing affair that makes you want to get up and dance. The record is available on ...view item »

Palmbomen II
Memories of Cindy

Dutch analog synthesizer wizard Palmbomen II is back with another effort in his Nostalgic for Disastrous West Coast Eighties Aesthetic series. Memories of Cindy combines thumping 606 beats with haunting synthesizers and floaty pads, creating dance tracks that are both oddly retro and strangely futuristic....view item »

808 State
Don Solaris

Don Solaris draws together all corners of the electronic music world to create a gritty, cohesive sound that is a true joy to listen to. There's a good smattering of gritty drum-n-bass and industrial dance tracks in here, to be sure, but the real strength of the album lies in the vocal cuts, which are each different and molded around the individ...view item »

Physical Therapy
Time Saving Tips For DJ's Vol. 1

Four house-rooted club tracks make up this energetic EP on Exotic Dance. Starting out with a barnstorming disco edit, the EP then moves onto a charged but atmospheric piano led cut. The B side takes things into a more abstract territory with distorted, broken beats before finishing on a low key rave tip....view item »

Metro Area
Metro Area (15th Anniversary Remastered Edition)

You really can’t claim to know your electronic music culture without having Metro Area’s self-titled debut album on your radar: this 2002 stunner was and remains hugely significant. These guys tried to replicate the stranger extended dub versions ...view item »

K15
Sunbeams

North London groovenik K15 follows up releases on the labels including Wild Oats and No Room For Air with a new EP for Eglo. Sunbeams is replete with the sort of jazz-flecked groove music that Floating Points has a lot to answer for, let alone be allowe...view item »

Dinosaur L
In The Corn Belt

A key Arthur Russell track from the album 24→24 Music, mixed by Larry Levan, and split over two sides of a 7”. Funky layers of percussion, disco drums, exploratory bass, psych guitar, arch quasi-operatic vox and spacey keyboards that seem to connect a lineage from Herbie Hancock to ...view item »

Pepe Bradock
4

12” with remasters of two classic Pepe Bradock tracks from their original tapes with guidance from the Parisian house stalwart. Originally released in 2003, both tracks are peculiar but always danceable, with Intrusion in particular bringing a bit of musique concrète to the club. It even comes ...view item »

Various
Boogie Breakdown: South African Synth-Disco 80-84

A whole disco revolution missed out on by the world because of a UN cultural boycott? Bloody UN, taking our disco. No longer! Here come Cultures of Soul with a collection of some of the key players on Africa during the 80s, two tracks of each from Harari, The Cannibals, Neville Nash, Ben...view item »

Romare
Projections

Romare absorbs the landscape of the ill-defined "dance music" world of the last however many years, landing on Ninja Tune to deliever Projections, a record that's joyous and urgent in sound, moving with the seamlessness of a Since I Left You or an Endtroducing. Lots of musical ...view item »

Daniel Avery
Drone Logic

Despite pretty much just listening to electronic music these days I rarely write about it. I don’t really know why that is but looking at the records I’ve listened to and enjoyed the most this year they all seem to be electronic. Daniel Avery is a new name to me but it looks like he’s been knocking about for a while and has gar...view item »

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